Education

 

Maternity Substitute for Upper School History Teacher
BRENTWOOD SCHOOL

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is looking for amaternity substitute replacement for a full timeUpper Schoolhistory teacher, to begin November 13, 2017 through March 16, 2018.We are looking for individuals from independent, public, private, or charter schools, with experience in teaching high school age students and one or more degrees in history or a related field.

It is expected that a successful candidate would:
--  Teach four sections of Upper School history, preferably one section of AP Human Geography, one section of US History, and two sections of Modern World History
--  Make history meaningful and relevant by inspiring students
--  Communicate with students and parents as necessary
--  Incorporate educational technology throughout instruction and course work
--  Perform additional duties, such as lunch supervision and chaperoning events, as needed

In addition, a candidate should possess the following personal qualities:
--  Strong collaboration skills
--  A demonstrated commitment to professional development
--  A sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
--  Flexibility
--  An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
--  Commitment to diversity and inclusion

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com.  

Please submit a letter of interest and a resume to:
Corisa Cobden
Administrative Assistant to the Upper School Director
100 S. Barrington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Fax 310-476-5844
ccobden@bwscampus.co
 


 

Middle School Spanish Teacher
BRENTWOOD SCHOOL 

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is looking for a full-time Middle School Spanish Teacher beginning January 2018 or earlier based on candidate's availability. We are looking for individuals from independent, public, private, or charter schools, with prior experience in and a passion for teaching Middle School students. A minimum of three years of experience and a bachelor's degree are required; master's preferred.

The responsibilities of this position include:

--  Teach a full course load (four classes) Middle School Spanish (Level I)
--  Collaborate with foreign language colleagues and administration
--  Attend weekly grade level and faculty meetings
--  Serve as a Middle School advisor
--  Communicate with students and parents as necessary
--  Supervise, chaperone, and sponsor activities and events

In addition, a candidate should possess the following personal qualities:

--  Excellent collaboration skills
--  A sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
--  A demonstrated commitment to professional growth
--  An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
--  Commitment to diversity and inclusion

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com

Please submit a letter of interest and current resume to:

Ms. Nasrin Farahmand 
Administrative Assistant to the Middle Division Director 
Brentwood School 
100 S. Barrington Place 
Los Angeles, CA 90049 
Email: nfarahmand@bwscampus.com 

We will acknowledge receipt of all candidate submissions. Applicants with whom we wish to arrange interviews will receive additional correspondence.


 

Substitute Upper School Chemistry Teacher
BRENTWOOD SCHOOL

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is looking for a full-time, long-term substitute Upper Schoolchemistry teacher. We are looking for individuals from independent, public, private, or charter schools, with experience in teaching upper school students and one or more degrees in chemistry or related fields.
It is expected that a candidate would:
" Teach AP Chemistry and other sections of regular or honors chemistry
" Have the ability to teach other physical or life science courses
" Make science meaningful and relevant by inspiring students
" Communicate with students and parents as necessary
" Revise and plan new curriculum in conjunction with other members of the Science Department
" Incorporate educational technology throughout instruction and course work
" Perform additional duties, such as student advising and chaperoning events, as needed
In addition, a candidate should possess the following personal qualities:
" Strong collaboration skills
" An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
" A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion
" A sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
" Flexibility
Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com.  Please submit a letter of interest and a resume to:

Corisa Cobden
Upper Division Administrative Assistant
100 S. Barrington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Fax 310-476-5844
ccobden@bwscampus.com
 



Upper School Part-Time Lab Assistant
BRENTWOOD SCHOOL

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is seeking to hire a part time lab assistant to work a maximum of 16 hours a week in the Upper School science department. Work hours may vary, however, several mornings per week are preferred. Lab assistant should be familiar with high school physics, chemistry, and biology, and be able to work quickly and efficiently at setting up labs, ordering supplies, maintaining equipment, and making chemical solutions.
In addition, a candidate should possess the following personal qualities:
" Flexibility
" Strong collaboration skills
" Strong organizational skills
" A sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
" An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
" A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion
Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com.  Please submit a letter of interest and a resume to:

Corisa Cobden
Administrative Assistant to the Upper School Director
100 S. Barrington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Fax 310-476-5844
ccobden@bwscampus.com
 


 

Clinical Faculty (Open Rank) /Clinical Pharmacist 

The UIC College of Pharmacy, Departments of Pharmacy Practice and Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Services seek a Clinical Faculty (Open Rank) /Clinical Pharmacist to join our team.

Clinical Faculty responsibilities include the provision of didactic lectures at various Health Science Colleges and serving as a preceptor for student pharmacists, and PGY1 and PGY2 residents. Scholarly activities, including presentations and publications, are an expectation as well. Clinical Pharmacist responsibilities include providing comprehensive medication management to patients seen at the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System on-site outpatient Medication Therapy Management Clinic. Responsibilities also include establishing patient-pharmacist relationships; creating, recommending and implementing comprehensive individualized evidence-based therapeutic plans; nurse, physician, and pharmacy staff development; coordinating and conducting quality initiative and research projects; and developing collaborative treatment protocols.

We are looking for a motivated compassionate individual who is a team player, possesses strong oral and written communication skills; demonstrates flexibility and adapts to a changing work environment; excellent time management and organizational skills; and is committed to excellent patient care.

Candidates must be a graduate of an ACPE accredited College of Pharmacy PharmD program with an ASHP accredited PGY1 residency required and PGY2 ambulatory care highly desired. Candidates must possess knowledge and skills such that they qualify for a non-tenured faculty position with the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the UIC college of Pharmacy. Level is commensurate with experience. Candidates must be licensed or eligible for Illinois licensure as a professional pharmacist. Board Certification and bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus.

For fullest consideration, you must submit a complete application by following the link below to the University's online application system by August 25, 2017.

A letter of intent and Curriculum Vitae must be attached to the online application. In addition, e-mail contact information for three professional references must be entered directly into the online application.

https://jobs.uic.edu/default.cfm?page=job&jobID=843437 

The University conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Clinical Faculty (Open Rank) /Clinical Pharmacist 

The UIC College of Pharmacy, Departments of Pharmacy Practice and Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Services seek a Clinical Faculty (Open Rank) /Clinical Pharmacist to join our team.

Clinical Faculty responsibilities include the provision of didactic lectures at various Health Science Colleges and serving as a preceptor for student pharmacists, and residents, including the PGY1 Community Residents. Scholarly activities, including presentations and publications, are an expectation as well. Clinical Pharmacist responsibilities include providing pharmaceutical and direct patient care in two settings. At Community Health, the largest volunteer-based clinic in the nation, the clinical pharmacists provide clinical pharmacy services such as medication therapy management, diabetes care, and blood pressure management. They also provide disease state management under collaborative agreements and create patient-centered comprehensive plans. At Wood Street Pharmacy, the clinical pharmacists provide medication therapy management for patients in the outpatient pharmacy setting. Eligible patients in the pharmacy can be referred for clinical pharmacy services including comprehensive medication reconciliation; disease state monitoring for diabetes, hypertension and asthma; screenings for blood glucose, blood pressure, and body mass index; education/training on various disease states and medical devices; immunization assessment; and tobacco cessation counseling. Candidates must be a graduate of an ACPE accredited College of Pharmacy PharmD program with an ASHP accredited PGY1 Community Pharmacy residency. Candidates must possess knowledge and skills such that they qualify for a non-tenured faculty position with the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the UIC college of Pharmacy. Level is commensurate with experience. Candidates must be licensed or eligible for Illinois licensure as a professional pharmacist. Board Certification and bilingual (English/Spanish) is highly desired.

For fullest consideration, you must submit a complete application by following the link below to the University's online application system by September 08, 2017.

A letter of intent and Curriculum Vitae must be attached to the online application. In addition, e-mail contact information for three professional references must be entered directly into the online application.

https://jobs.uic.edu/default.cfm?page=job&jobID=84343 

The University conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Kindergarten Screener
BRENTWOOD SCHOOL

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is seeking a part time Admissions Assistant to assist with the assessment of Kindergarten applicants. 
It is expected that a successful candidate would:
- Meet all applicants to kindergarten and participate in the screening and play dates process
- Participate in scheduled admissions meetings

Requirements and Qualifications:

- A minimum of a BA with an emphasis in school psychology or certification as a learning specialist
- Early childhood or elementary education teaching experience
- Ability to work flexible part time hours from mid-September through February
- Excellent collaboration and communication skills
- A sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
- Must pass a Livescan and general background check
- An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
- Commitment to diversity and inclusion

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. For futher information about Brentwood School please visit the school's website: www.bwscampus.com.  

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three references electronically to:
Adrienne Agena
Director of Admissions, West Campus
aagena@bwscampus.com
 


Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor & Clinical Pharmacist

UIC College of Pharmacy at Rockford, Illinois
Ambulatory Care

The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy seeks a Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor & Clinical Pharmacist who will participate in the didactic and clinical programs located on our Rockford, Illinois campus. The successful candidate will play an integral role in our Rockford Regional Campus through didactic and small group teaching, scholarly activity, and precepting students during Introductory and Advanced Pharmacy Practice experiences (IPPEs/APPEs).

The position is split between the University of Illinois, Colleges of Pharmacy and Medicine at Rockford, with faculty appointments in both colleges. The clinical practice for this position is located at the L. P. Johnson Family Health Center in Rockford, which is a family medicine residency training site operated by the University of Illinois, College of Medicine Rockford. This residency program trains seven family medicine residents per year with a total of twenty-one residents in the program. Additionally, four first year residents from two rural training tracks in Dixon, IL and Monroe, WI rotate at the Rockford site. The Family Health Center is undergoing a practice redesign and the individual in this position will join the lead team to guide enhancement of medication and chronic disease management.

Responsibilities of the position include providing therapeutic drug monitoring and education of patients and their families/caregivers on proper medication use, insuring safe and effective outcomes. This individual will consult with physicians, nurse practitioners, and family medicine residents on appropriate medication choices, dosage selections/adjustments, and therapeutic outcomes. S/he will develop and help revise monitoring and educational programs for patients on anticoagulants, as well as patients with diabetes, hypertension, lipid disorders, asthma, COPD, depression and other chronic disease states. This individual will precept pharmacy and medical students in the clinic setting. Additional duties include service on committees related to the clinic processes and family medicine residency program, adopting and implementing evidence-based guidelines for chronic disease states, and mentoring residents on medication related research and quality improvement projects.

Requirements for the position include a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited College of Pharmacy. Completion of a PGY-2 residency or equivalent experience is preferred. Candidates must present evidence of, or eligibility for, Illinois licensure as a registered pharmacist. Exact hire date will be based on evidence of an active Illinois license. Candidates must be able to demonstrate good communication skills and be teamwork oriented. Candidates must possess knowledge and skills to qualify for an academic faculty position (level commensurate with experience) in the UIC College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice and the College of Medicine.

Interested candidates must complete the University's online application at this link: https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=83028  attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references.

For fullest consideration, submit all applications by August 31, 2017.

The University of Illinois conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Technical Sciences Customized Training Manager

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a Customized Training Manager.

Under the direction of the Dean of the Division of Technical Sciences, the Customized Training Manager will work directly with external customers to develop, market and sell education and training services provided by TMCC’s Technical Science division. Responsibilities include promoting fee-based solutions, developing a scope of service for each customized project, finding qualified subject matter experts to maintain cadre of skilled facilitators, negotiating fee structure, and evaluating the training or consulting services provided to public and private sector businesses or agencies. The position will develop workforce partnerships that will result in a growing a revenue stream for the division and college and will financially support the position and its relevant operations.
Minimum Qualifications

1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in any field.
*Degree may be substituted with equivalent academic preparation and an additional 3 years professional experience.

2. Strong written communication skills.

3. Computer proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint software programs.

4. Three years of relevant work experience.

Preferred Qualifications

1. Demonstrated knowledge of training and/or employee development.

2. Outreach or sales experience.

Conditions of Employment

This is an administrative position reporting to the Dean of Technical Sciences.

This position will be initially funded with state funds but will be required to move to self support funding after one year.

Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a full background examination.

Renewable contract is contingent upon available funds.

EEO Statement

TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities

Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Work directly with business, industry and community representatives to determine workforce-training needs, and to develop and implement training programs.

2. Conduct needs assessment of potential customers using one-on-one contact with potential customers.

3. Recruit facilitators, trainers, and consultants with subject matter expertise to align with customer needs.

4. Promote customized training and assessment services.

5. Coordinate service delivery, fees, locations, times, materials, HR paperwork.

6. Monitor actual expenses vs. budget to meet program financial goals.

7. Participate in community, business, college groups and activities to promote all TMCC services.

8. Supervise and evaluate staff.

9. Participate in college committees.

10. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.

11. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

12. Other duties as assigned.

The College

Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu 
Special Instructions to Applicants

First review of applications will be begin August 7, 2017. Applications received after this date may not be given full consideration.
Department Applied Industrial Technologies
Salary Information $55,173 Dependent on Education and Experience

Benefits Information

TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 07/24/2017
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Job Category Administrative Faculty
Job Type Regular
Requisition Number 466

For more information and application requirements, visit https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1286 


 

UIC COLLEGE OF PHARMACY CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OR 
CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ CLINICAL PHARMACIST

The UIC College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice and the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center seeks a Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor Clinical Pharmacist. The incumbent will work in the Jesse Brown Medical Center in the emergency department. The individual will be responsible for the provision of patient centered care for patients in the emergency department.

The academic responsibilities of the clinical faculty member (Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor) include the provision of didactic lectures and precepting entry level UIC Doctor of Pharmacy students, PGY1 residents and PGY2 residents. Scholarly activities, including presentations and publications, are an expectation as well.

Applicant must possess knowledge and skills such that they qualify for an academic faculty position (level commensurate with experience) with the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the UIC College of Pharmacy. Academic responsibilities include didactic teaching, precepting entry level Doctor of Pharmacy students and PGY-1 and PGY-2 residents. Scholarly activities, including presentations and publications, pharmacoeconomic and clinical outcome assessment; and the development of collaborative treatment and research protocols are an expectation as well.

Candidates must possess a PharmD degree and have completed a PGY-1 clinical residency, PGY-2 residency in emergency medicine (preferred), fellowship or have equivalent experience in emergency medicine. Board certification is also preferred. Candidates must present evidence of, or eligibility of, Illinois licensure as a professional pharmacist.

For fullest consideration interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation by June 16, 2017 to:

https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=80512 

The University of Illinois conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Clinical Instructor/ Clinical Pharmacist

The UIC College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice and the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System's Hospital Pharmacy Services is seeking a part time, 50% FTE, motivated professional for the position of Clinical Instructor/Clinical Pharmacist. The job responsibilities include precepting Doctor of Pharmacy students and pharmacy residents. In addition, this position will be responsible for the accurate and efficient review and verification of physicians' medication orders, for patient medication counseling, and to work with health care providers and patients to resolve any medication issues. Responsibilities of this position also include ensuring that all regulatory requirements are met, directing the activities performed by pharmacy technicians, and serving as a resource for the medical and nursing staffs for medication-related questions. Applicants must possess knowledge and skills such that they qualify for an academic faculty position in Pharmacy Practice, UIC College of Pharmacy. Academic responsibilities of the position include the provision of didactic teaching and clinical experiential teaching/training in the College of Pharmacy professional pharmacy program.

Requirements include: " Graduate of an ACPE accredited PharmD program. " Must present evidence of, or eligibility of, Illinois licensure as a pharmacist. " Clinical experience and practice involving contemporary hospital pharmacy services.

Preferred Qualifications: " Completion of an ASHP accredited PGY1 residency. " Inpatient pharmacy experience, excellent interpersonal skills, energetic 'can do' attitude and proven record of positive interactions with other pharmacists, technicians, nurses and physicians. " Experience in the safe handling and preparation of IVadmixtures and chemotherapy; compounding knowledge and skills are a plus.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. The University of Illinois conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

For fullest consideration, applicant must complete an application via the university online application system at https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=82600 and attach a cover letter, CV and the names and contact information for three professional references by Friday, July28, 2017

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Assistant to the Assistant Head of School for Advancement
Brentwood School 

REPORTS TO: Assistant Head of School for Advancement

JOB DESCRIPTION: Functions as the executive assistant to the Assistant Head of School for Advancement (AHSA), providing professional expertise to support her areas of responsibility: Constituent Relations, Fundraising, Communications, Major Events, and VA Community Partnership. Under the general direction of the AHSA, also specifically assists the Director of Major Gifts in her role as Campaign Manager. S/he must exercise excellent judgment and communication skills to deal with a broad spectrum of people, including senior administrators, faculty, staff, students, donors, trustees, volunteers, Veterans, VA representatives, and the general public. This position handles sensitive and confidential information regularly, so diplomacy, tact, and discretion are essential skills. Significant skill (and interest) in data management and analysis is a must. Experience in Raisers Edge is preferred and Education Edge is a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Administrative 1. Coordinates logistics for the AHSA: meetings, travel, VA partnership, special events, etc. 2. Provides expert administrative assistance to the AHSA and Director of Major Gifts, including calendar management, correspondence, invoices, reports, presentations, and filing. 3. Works with the Database Manager and the Assistant to Alumni Relations and Annual Fund to manage constituent records and correspondence. 4. Helps support the Communications office with sending emails, proofreading, preparing exports of data from the website content management system, and managing online forms as needed. 5. Assists with other advancement functions as requested by AHSA, including occasional evening and weekend events.

Raisers Edge 1. Manages tracking and reporting system on prospect assignments to staff and volunteers and status of proposals. 2. Works with the Assistant to Alumni Relations and Annual Fund and the Database Manager to create comprehensive constituent management system in RE and to successfully interface between RE and Education Edge. 3. Assists with data entry in Raisers Edge and other projects as assigned by the AHSA.

Campaign Support 1. Handles routine requests from staff and volunteers working on major gifts. 2. Partners with Director of Major Gifts and Database Manager to facilitate processing of capital pledge documents and payments. 3. Produces proposals and prepares briefing packets for use by volunteers and staff, conducting research as needed. 4. Works with Assistant to HOS to schedule Campaign meetings and prepare materials needed 5. Organizes and oversees all prospect research.

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Bachelor's Degree or at least 5 years work experience in an administrative support role, preferably at the executive level. 2. Fluent in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Google Suite, and PowerPoint. 3. Experience using data management to fulfill job responsibilities. 4. Ability to conduct sensitive research and maintain complete confidentiality. Experience with Wealth Engine or other data mining tools preferred. 5. Articulate in oral and written communication with excellent proofreading and organizational skills. 6. Talent maintaining calm under pressure, while managing simultaneous projects and deadlines.

7. Well-developed interpersonal skills to establish and maintain effective working relationships and interact with individuals from a range of backgrounds. 8. Ability to work independently and follow through on assignments with minimal direction. 9. Skill in managing a complex calendar, prioritizing well, and resolving conflicts. 10. Possesses patience, polish, professionalism, and passion! 11. An interest in and openness to professional growth and development 12. Commitment to diversity and inclusion

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that best represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com

Please submit a letter of interest and a resume electronically to: Gennifer Yoshimaru Assistant Head of School for Advancement Gyoshimaru@bwscampus.com 


 

Lead Sixth Grade Teacher (Maternity Leave Replacement)

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is looking for a Sixth Grade Lead Teacher (maternity leave replacement) beginning in August, 2017 and continuing through March of 2018.  We are seeking individuals from independent, public, private, or charter schools, with prior experience in and a passion for teaching lower school students. A minimum of a college bachelor’s degree is required, however a master’s degree is preferred.

It is expected that a successful candidate would:

In addition, a candidate should possess the following personal qualities:

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that best represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles.  Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com.

Please submit a letter of interest and a resume electronically to:

Dawn Cunnion, Ed.D.
Associate Head of School and Interim Lower School Director
dcunnion@bwscampus.com
 


 

Senior Accountant

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a Senior Accountant.

The Senior Accountant will report to the Director of Accounting Services and have primary responsibility for assisting with the configuration, implementation, maintenance, and operation of the IT systems used by the Accounting Services department.

This position is also responsible for the accounting and maintenance of financial transactions, preparing account reconciliations and providing support for other Accounting Services staff.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in accounting or a related field.
2. Knowledge of computing systems for accounting and/or student information systems.
3. Experience preparing account reconciliations and accounting entries.
4. Three years of experience in a related position, with at least one year of experience related to enterprise resource applications on financial systems.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Experience in higher education.
2. Supervisory or lead experience.

Conditions of Employment
This is an administrative position reporting to the Director of Accounting Services.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Assist in managing data, business information, and reporting of information contained within the college financial systems.
2. Interact with fiscal users to define and understand information needs and report requirements as a function of business processes.
3. Understand the underlying data that is needed for business information reporting in collaboration with appropriate database or other support analyst, and /or subject matter experts.
4. Collaborate with IT services to implement changes to accounting systems needed to meet business and financial reporting requirements.
5. Test and validate system upgrades, patches and modifications.
6. Train end users of the college’s financial systems.
7. Process accounting transactions and prepare account reconciliations.
8. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.
9. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.
10. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu 

Special Instructions to Applicants
Department Accounting Services
Salary Information $55,173 Dependent on Education and Experience
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 06/28/2017
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Job Category Administrative Faculty
Job Type Regular
Requisition Number 465
Posting Specific Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* Where did you find this job posting?
(Open Ended Question)

* Describe your experience and knowledge of computing systems for accounting and student information systems.
(Open Ended Question)

* Describe your experience preparing account reconciliations, accounting estimates and accounting entries.
(Open Ended Question)

* Do you have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in a related field?
Yes
No
Applicant Documents
Required Documents
Resume
Cover Letter
Optional Documents
Curriculum Vitae
Letters of Recommendation
Certification
Licensure
TMCC Human Resources Office | 7000 Dandini Boulevard, SIER LIB 200, Reno, NV 89512 | 775-673-7168
TMCC is an EEO/AA institution. Copyright © 2015 TMCC. All rights reserved.


 

Budget Assistant

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a Budget Assistant.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Associate’s degree from an accredited institution.
2. Two years experience in a related position.

A Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited institution may be substituted for an Associate’s degree and two years of experience.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Experience working directly with customers.
2. Experience using enterprise accounting systems.
3. Experience in higher education.

Conditions of Employment
This is an administrative position reporting to the Director of Budget and Planning.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Process employee travel expense claims.
2. Process employee purchasing card transactions.
3. Training of college personnel regarding use of travel and purchasing card systems.
4. Assist users in troubleshooting system problems.
5. Set up purchasing card accounts and monitor use.
6. Participate in Workday training sessions and implementation.
7. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.
8. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.
9. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu 

Special Instructions to Applicants
Department Budget and Planning
Salary Information $35,345 Dependent on Education and Experience
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 06/26/2017
Job Close Date 07/25/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Administrative Faculty
Job Type Regular
Requisition Number 463
Posting Specific Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* Where did you find this job posting?
(Open Ended Question)

* Please describe how your education and/or experience has prepared you for this position.
(Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents
Required Documents
Resume
Cover Letter
Optional Documents
Letters of Recommendation
Certification
Licensure

TMCC Human Resources Office | 7000 Dandini Boulevard, SIER LIB 200, Reno, NV 89512 | 775-673-7168
TMCC is an EEO/AA institution. Copyright © 2015 TMCC. All rights reserved.


Senior Program/Policy Analyst/Specialist (American Indian/Alaska Native Liaison)

NEASO Rank 7, #0059 C
Community Advocacy and Partnership Engagement (CAPE)
Center for Social Justice

Washington, DC

Posting Period: June 12, 2017 – Open Until Filled
Salary Range, NEASO Rank 7
: $81,898 – $134,034

POSITION EMPHASIS: This position supports the NEA’s strategic objective to focus the energy and resources of its 3 million members toward the promotion of public confidence in public education by providing professional expertise in support of NEA’s Community Advocacy and Partnership Engagement (CAPE) department in the Center for Social Justice.

POSITION SUMMARY: This position identifies, establishes, engages and coordinates relationships and partnerships with the American Indian/Alaska Native community and other communities of color in support of public education, racial/social justice, and NEA positions. Essential functions include utilizing an established American Indian/Alaska Native community network, serving as a technical resource in community outreach and community engagement to the NEA membership base; providing technical assistance to NEA state and local affiliates in community partnership building; initiating additional/exploratory avenues for outreach; and serving as NEA liaison to interpret and clarify NEA positions, initiatives and objectives on issues that are of importance to ethnic communities. The employee will act as an NEA liaison to expand alliances with civil rights organizations, community organizations, and organizations that impact communities of color, with current, emerging, high profile and/or professionally positioned leaders in the ethnic community. The position also coordinates work with national, state, and local entities—both internal and external—on issues and concerns pertaining to communities of color; and identifies structure, staff, and fiscal resources—both internal and external—to be utilized in implementing community organizing plans that have direct engagement with NEA members on the local level and communities of color. The work is accomplished under the supervision of the Director of the Community Advocacy and Partnership Engagement (CAPE) department. The employee uses a personal computer, a variety of NEA-endorsed software, and travels frequently.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act: The position involves creative and analytical thinking; oral and written communication skills; meticulous attention to detail; human relations skills; use of computer keyboard; sitting, standing or walking for long periods; stooping, bending, and reaching; and stamina to work long hours and ability to travel by various conveyances, e.g., automobile, plane.

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Master’s Degree in Social Science, Education, Communication or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills may be acquired. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of five years of progressively responsible professional experience in outreach programs, policy analysis, program planning and developing strategic initiatives. Experience must include partnerships with established network of American Indian/Alaska Native community leaders, state and local organizations, high-profile, and faith-based associations. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Recognition as having mastery, or being a subject matter expert, on the American Indian/Alaska Native community and relevant community and outreach initiatives. Must be able to work extended hours on evenings and weekends. Portfolio and other samples of work products (i.e., publications, presentations, training, etc.) required at time of interview. Frequent travel required.

Selection Criteria: TIER 1 (Essential): Demonstrated high level skills in the use of systems thinking, organizing, organizational development, and building strategies to support American Indian/Alaska Native community outreach programs. Demonstrated experience and connections with well-established civil and racial rights organizations, and American Indian/Alaska Native community outreach network. Demonstrated experience and accomplishments in working with community leaders in problem-solving, and creative and critical thinking. An in-depth understanding of diversity and ethnic concerns of communities of color. Must have demonstrated knowledge of social justice issues and the ability to engage and communicate with a membership base. Demonstrated understanding of culture, traditions and/or language of other ethnic communities. Experience in engaging diverse group dialogue and conversation. Demonstrated success in participating in teams and motivating colleagues. Ability to lead, plan, organize and conduct team efforts. Demonstrated ability to write articles, talking points, reports, and/or produce products that inform or persuade targeted audiences or promote action in support of complex issues. Demonstrated flexibility and ability to handle multiple and complex tasks simultaneously under stringent timeframes and changing priorities/conditions. Demonstrated experience working independently and collaboratively with individuals, and with diverse groups. Proven effectiveness in strategic analysis and action planning. Strong written, oral, interpersonal and collaboration skills. Successful references. TIER 2: (Significant): Familiarity with the Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and other education related policy. Demonstrated experience in developing and designing tool kits, web-based products, and brochures. Ability to establish relationships and act as a liaison to Governance. Tier 3: (Desirable): Experience in an advocacy organization or association with goals and objectives similar to those of NEA. Understanding of the relationships between NEA and membership constituency groups. Familiarity with labor organizing. S:\HREMPL\Postings\MCOP Sr Program Policy Specialist (American Indian Alaska Native) C Ext 61217

Method for Résumé Submission: Apply online at www.nea.org/jobsPlease include source number on résumé or cover letter.

NEA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER AND ENCOURAGES WOMEN,

MINORITIES AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES TO APPLY.


 

UIC COLLEGE OF PHARMACY CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OR CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/ CLINICAL PHARMACIST

The UIC College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice and the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center seeks a Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor Clinical Pharmacist. The incumbent will work in the Jesse Brown Medical Center in the emergency department. The individual will be responsible for the provision of patient centered care for patients in the emergency department.

The academic responsibilities of the clinical faculty member (Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor) include the provision of didactic lectures and precepting entry level UIC Doctor of Pharmacy students, PGY1 residents and PGY2 residents. Scholarly activities, including presentations and publications, are an expectation as well.

Applicant must possess knowledge and skills such that they qualify for an academic faculty position (level commensurate with experience) with the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the UIC College of Pharmacy. Academic responsibilities include didactic teaching, precepting entry level Doctor of Pharmacy students and PGY-1 and PGY-2 residents. Scholarly activities, including presentations and publications, pharmacoeconomic and clinical outcome assessment; and the development of collaborative treatment and research protocols are an expectation as well.

Candidates must possess a PharmD degree and have completed a PGY-1 clinical residency, PGY-2 residency in emergency medicine (preferred), fellowship or have equivalent experience in emergency medicine. Board certification is also preferred. Candidates must present evidence of, or eligibility of, Illinois licensure as a professional pharmacist.

For fullest consideration interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation by June 16, 2017 to:

https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=80512 

The University of Illinois conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Library and Learning Commons Director

Truckee Meadows Community College is seeking a dynamic and experienced leader with the understanding of the evolving role of the Library and Learning Commons Model. Reporting to the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Truckee Meadows Community College, the Director will manage the internal operations of the Elizabeth Sturm Library and Learning Commons. The Commons, will offer technologically enhanced learning spaces for faculty to experiment with new technologies that support innovative learning and will allow students to take advantage of integrated spaces and staffing for library research, writing and math centers, tutoring, professional development, and adjunct instructor support. The Director is responsible for planning, implementing, supervising and assessing the resources and services of the Library and Learning Commons.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Master’s degree in Library and/or Information Science, Library Informatics, Library Media, and/or related field from an ALA-accredited program is required.

2. Four years in an Academic Library in a post-secondary institution; with three years in an administrative leadership position.

3. Demonstrated experience in developing and managing multiple budget accounts.

4. Demonstrated experience in supervising and leading librarians and staff.

5. Ability to value and encourage diversity, inspire and build trust, lead organizational and cultural change, foster innovation and empower staff growth.

6. Proven ability to communicate effectively and build and maintain relationships with colleagues across disciplines, both within and outside of the library system.

7. Understanding of the emerging issues facing the libraries of today.

8. Commitment to responsive and innovative services and outreach, and can optimize resources.

9. An in-depth understanding of current technological trends to assist the campus in striking a balance between print and digital library worlds. Specific focus should be on collaboration with faculty and tutoring services to support student learning and advance information literacy.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Promotion of OER across campus.

2. Accreditation experience.

3. Experience working in a learning commons environment.

4. Experience with information literacy in an academic library.

5. Evidence of interdisciplinary/cross-departmental collaborations.

6. Experience with innovative technologies.

Conditions of Employment
This is an administrative position reporting to the Vice President of Academic Affairs.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Oversight of the Elizabeth Sturm Library. There is a possibility that this position may be shared in the future with a learning center at a sister institution 30 miles away.

2. Coordinate with the Tutoring and Learning Center staff to create an engaging, innovative, and learning-conducive environment for Learning Commons patrons.

3. Provide a leadership role in planning and implementing a vision for the future of the Learning Commons.

4. Other duties, including oversight of media services, maybe assigned based on the needs of the institutions.

5. Evening and weekend work may be required.

6. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.

7. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

8. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu 

http://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1268

Special Instructions to Applicants
Department Academic Affairs
Salary Information $88,686 Dependent on Education and Experience
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 06/12/2017
Job Close Date 07/13/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Administrative Faculty
Job Type Regular
Requisition Number 458
Posting Specific Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* Where did you find this job posting?
(Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents
Required Documents
Resume
Cover Letter
Optional Documents
Curriculum Vitae
Letters of Recommendation
Certification
Licensure
TMCC Human Resources Office | 7000 Dandini Boulevard, SIER LIB 200, Reno, NV 89512 | 775-673-7168
TMCC is an EEO/AA institution. Copyright © 2015 TMCC. All rights reserved.


 

Associate Director of College Counseling

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is seeking resumes from qualified candidates interested in a full time AssociateDirector of College Counseling position. The ideal candidate will be team-oriented with an interest in working with high school students, their families, college representatives, faculty and administrators.

The principal responsibilities of an Associate Director include:
" Assisting and advising students and their families as they move through the college research, application, and selection process
" Reading, editing, and giving feedback on student essays
" Writing letters of recommendation
" Maintaining regular communication with students and parents throughout the process
" Staying up-to-date on all college related activities and assisting with college communications
" Assisting with the coordination and presentation of appropriate informational events for parents
" Conferring individually with students about college and career opportunities, high school curriculum choices, and the athletic recruitment process
" Advise students about course selections and the course scheduling process
" Assisting in the coordination of technological efforts, including Brentwood's website and Naviance system
" Helping with the updating of office materials, including Brentwood School's profile and other publications
" Meeting with college representatives when they visit Brentwood School and establishing solid working relationships with admissions counselors throughout the country
" Engaging actively in the Brentwood School community, including attending sporting events, performing arts productions, and other student activities
" Sharing chaperone responsibilities with the other members of the Brentwood College Counseling Team for Brentwood's spring college trips
" Promoting Brentwood's reputation with colleges by serving as an advocate for students and by attending state and national conferences

Additional attributes include:
" A detail-oriented approach to work and outstanding communication skills including writing, listening, and public speaking
" The energy, patience, and sense of humor necessary to work effectively with high-school students and their families
" Proficiency in MS Office, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and the ability to learn additional software such as Naviance
" Ideal candidates have at least 5 years of experience in admissions, college counseling or a related field, preferably at both the college and high school levels
" An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
" Commitment to diversity and inclusion
" A Bachelor's degree is required with advanced degrees preferred

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. For further information about Brentwood School, please visit the school's website: www.bwscampus.com

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three references electronically to Amy Mu, the College Counseling Assistant. Ms. Mu can be reached through e-mail (amu@bwscampus.com)  or by phone (310) 889-2713.


 

Apprenticeship Navigator

Position Description Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for an Apprenticeship Navigator.
The Apprenticeship Navigator implements all aspects of pre-apprenticeship, Registered Apprenticeship, and employer engagement for the college's participation in the American Apprenticeship Initiative funded through a grant awarded by the Department of Labor. This position cultivates and coordinates expanded employer involvement and support of students, the apprenticeship sector programs, and the college. The Navigator provides comprehensive employer, student, job seeker and partner services as a member of Nevada's Apprenticeship Project Team. This position works closely with on-campus student support services in the recruitment of high school, veterans, and others into apprenticeship affiliated programs.

Minimum Qualifications 
1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution or completion of a Registered Apprenticeship Program.
2. Two years of experience in a related position.

Preferred Qualifications 1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.
2. Experience working with pre-apprenticeship and Registered Apprenticeship programs.
3. Two years of experience with employer engagement activities.
4. Experience conducting training workshops.
5. Experience using Social Media tools for recruiting and communicating.

Conditions of Employment This is a grant funded administrative position reporting to the Program Director for the Nevada Apprenticeship Project
Renewable contract is contingent upon available funds.

EEO Statement TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.
1. Employer engagement to support participation in apprenticeship program initiatives.
2. Serve as a program-embedded apprenticeship specialist, working with college faculty, staff, and employers to administer programs to support student success.
3. Develop mentorship training program, conduct mentor training workshops, and provide support for employers offering apprenticeships.
4. Organize, plan, and execute events in support of apprenticeship awareness, development, retention, and work readiness.
5. Develop system for tracking student recruitment and placement into Registered Apprenticeships.
6. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.
7. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.
8. Other duties as assigned.

The College Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu 

For more information and to apply, http://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1255

TMCC Human Resources Office | 7000 Dandini Boulevard, SIER LIB 200, Reno, NV 89512 | 775-673-7168
TMCC is an EEO/AA institution. Copyright © 2015 TMCC. All rights reserved.



Grant Technical Assistant

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a Grant Technical Assistant.
This position assists adult learners eligible for registered apprenticeship programs obtain funding and necessary supportive services needed to successfully complete an apprenticeship program. Retention responsibilities include assuming the role of a Success Coach for students in the program. Coaching duties include meeting/contacting students on a regular basis, reviewing progress reports, making referrals and providing a support system to create a strong foundation for a successful apprenticeship. This position will assist in the implementation, recruitment and retention of the registered apprenticeship programs and special projects as assigned by the Project Director.

Minimum Qualifications 1. High school diploma or equivalent.
2. One year of experience working in workforce development in either a college/university setting or community organization setting.
Preferred Qualifications 1. Bachelors Degree from an accredited institution.
2. Grant management experience.
3. Experience in higher education.

Conditions of Employment This is a grant funded, full-time, non-tenure track, administrative position.
This recruitment is be conducted in the anticipation of a grant award. Hiring is contingent upon the grant being awarded.
Renewable contract is contingent upon available funds.
EEO Statement TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.
1.Recruit students for apprenticeship programs through disseminating program information and presentations to interested community organizations/workforce agencies, and represents TMCC at college recruitment events.
2. Assesses funding eligibility and makes appropriate referrals to agencies for additional funding opportunities.
3. Meets one-on-one with grant students during the year to review apprenticeship program progress, make referrals, document student progress on On-the-Job training, and track and report student progress.
4. Compete grant reports, maintain documentation, and track financial expenditures.
5. Coordinate employer reimbursement invoices.
6. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.
7. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.
8. Other duties as assigned.

The College Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu 

For more information and to apply: http://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1247 

TMCC Human Resources Office | 7000 Dandini Boulevard, SIER LIB 200, Reno, NV 89512 | 775-673-7168
TMCC is an EEO/AA institution. Copyright © 2015 TMCC. All rights reserved.


 

University of Illinois at Chicago
Drug Information Group

The Drug Information Group (DIG) at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Pharmacy Practice is an academic and consultative unit of the College of Pharmacy and provides clinical support to organizations in need. The goals of the Center are to provide evidence-based medical information, to enhance the skills of health care professionals through educational programs and content, and to serve as a resource for health care professionals involved in patient care. The DIG is seeking curriculum vitae/resumes from qualified individuals for the position of a Clinical Faculty (Open Rank)/Clinical Pharmacist with and administrative appointment as Assistant Director, Drug Information Group. This position is full-time.

Clinical Assistant Professor/Clinical Pharmacist
The academic responsibilities of the clinical faculty member (Clinical Assistant Professor) include the provision of didactic lectures at various Health Science Colleges and precepting entry level Doctor of Pharmacy students, PGY1 residents and PGY2 residents. Scholarly activities, including presentations and publications, are an expectation as well.

Assistant Director appointment
The Assistant Director, Drug Information Group will participate in the ongoing strategic planning process for the DIG, cultivate and manage business relationships, regularly interact with new/existing clients, develop and execute contracts, aid the Director with personnel issues, participate in budget and billing activities, and manage/participate in the development of projects for various clients. The Assistant Director will work with, and report to, the Director of the DIG.

Qualifications:
Graduate of an accredited PharmD program with pharmacy residency (preferred) or fellowship, or equivalent meaning at least 5 years of clinical pharmacy and teaching (didactic and/or experiential) experience. Candidates must present evidence of, or eligibility for, Illinois licensure as a professional pharmacist at time of employment. Prior administrative experience preferred. Faculty rank will be commensurate with experience

Beginning date:06/16/2017

Application deadline:06/02/2017

For fullest consideration, interested individuals should submit a letter of intent and curriculum vitae (including the contact information for 3 references) by June 2 to:

https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=80504 

The University of Illinois conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Director of College Counseling
BRENTWOOD SCHOOL

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is seeking resumes from qualified candidates interested in a full time Director of College Counseling. This position reports directly to the Upper School Director. The Director of College Counseling is a member of the Upper School Administrative Team and the Brentwood School (K-12) Leadership Team. The ideal candidate will be team-oriented with an interest in working with high school students, their families, college representatives, faculty and administrators. This is a 12 month position with a workload that can vary greatly during the course of the year.

The principal responsibilities of the Director of College Counseling include:
" Leading and effectively managing the college counseling department including two Associate Directors and one full time support staff member
" Advising students and families as they move through the college research, application, and selection process
" Writing letters of recommendation
" Reviewing, adjusting, and improving the college counseling program each year.
" Executing on-campus programs and workshops for parents, students and college admissions representatives
" Advising on course selection, registration, and consequences in the college selection process
" Preparing regular mailings and electronic communication to parents in tandem with the communications staff
" Overseeing progress through the fall process of finalizing college lists and sending off applications
" Visiting college campuses to establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with college admission staffs
" Representing Brentwood School at national and regional conferences
" Guiding the work of the office through weekly department meetings
" Attending weekly faculty and administrative meetings
" Preparing and presenting to the Board of Trustees regular reports on the college admission process, placement, and national trends
" Attending regular curriculum committee meetings
" Advising faculty in their writing of college recommendations
" Work with various personnel who support the college counseling process, including the Liaison for Student Athletes and the Essay Writing Coach
" Establishing and maintaining a yearly budget
" Sharing chaperone responsibilities with the College Counseling Team for Brentwood's East and West Coast College Trips
" Engaging actively in the Brentwood School community, including attending student performances, athletics events, social activities and serving as an advisor
" Organizing and implementing the annual Essay Writing Workshop for seniors

Desirable attributes include:
" A detail-oriented approach to work and outstanding communication skills including writing, listening, and public speaking
" The ability to work collaboratively with the administration, faculty, and other key members of the Brentwood community
" The energy, patience, and sense of humor necessary to work effectively with high-school students and their families
" Proficiency in MS Office, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and the ability to learn additional software such as Naviance and PowerSchool
" Ideal candidates should have extensive experience in selective college admissions and/or college counseling
" A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion
" An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
" An advanced degree is strongly preferred

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. For further information about Brentwood School, please visit the school's website: www.bwscampus.com.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three references electronically to: 

Corisa Cobden
Administrative Assistant to Upper School Director
E-mail: ccobden@bwscampus.com 

(post until 0611)


 

Clinical Instructor/ Clinical Pharmacist

The UIC College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice and the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System's Hospital Pharmacy Services is seeking a full time, motivated professional for the position of Clinical Instructor/Clinical Pharmacist. The job responsibilities include precepting Doctor of Pharmacy students and pharmacy residents. In addition, this position will be responsible for the accurate and efficient review and verification of physicians' medication orders, for patient medication counseling, and to work with health care providers and patients to resolve any medication issues. Responsibilities of this position also include ensuring that all regulatory requirements are met, directing the activities performed by pharmacy technicians, and serving as a resource for the medical and nursing staffs for medication-related questions. Applicants must possess knowledge and skills such that they qualify for an academic faculty position in Pharmacy Practice, UIC College of Pharmacy.Academic responsibilities of the position include the provision of didactic teaching and clinical experiential teaching/training in the College of Pharmacy professional pharmacy program.

Requirements include:
" Graduate of an ACPE accredited PharmD program.
" Must present evidence of, or eligibility of, Illinois licensure as a pharmacist.
" Clinical experience and practice involving contemporary hospital pharmacy services.

Preferred Qualifications:
" Completion of an ASHP accredited PGY1 residency.
" Inpatient pharmacy experience, excellent interpersonal skills, energetic 'can do' attitude and proven record of positive interactions with other pharmacists, technicians, nurses and physicians.
" Experience in the safe handling and preparation of IV admixtures and chemotherapy; compounding
knowledge and skills are a plus.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. The University of Illinois conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of contingent offer of employment. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

For fullest consideration, applicant must complete an application via the university online application system at https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=78824 and attach a cover letter, CV and the names and contact information for three professional references by Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


 

Director of Financial Services

The Director will be responsible for managing and overseeing all fiscal activity for Cooperative Extension, a Division within UW Extension with annual expenditures around $80 million. This includes including budgeting, purchasing, invoicing, financial planning, risk management, auditory oversight, and post award support for grants and contracts. The Director will oversee the newly created Office of Financial Services, which will consolidate financial activities currently performed across the organization into a centralized group of roughly 10-20 people. Cooperative Extension is hiring the director of the new office first, and expects the director to assist in implementing the new organizational and process design, including hiring necessary staff. This limited appointment reports to the Dean or the Dean's designee.

The primary functions of the position are:
Organizational leadership: Managing, leading and developing the Office of Budget and Finance and liaising with the UW Extension Central Budget Office and Business Services.
Budget management: Managing and overseeing the development and implementation of the annual budget and ongoing budget adjustments.

Financial management: Overseeing and managing financial planning, reporting and transactions across all business units within Cooperative Extension.
Strategy and policy-making: Assisting the Dean and other senior leaders in decision-making and strategy.

Organizational leadership:" Establishing a vision, mission and culture within the Office of Financial Services
" Ensuring high quality service for customers of the office
" Managing and implementing operational and administrative processes and policies with the office and across Cooperative Extension
" Supervising and developing staff within the office and managing their day-to-day activities, conducting annual reviews and hearing grievances
" Promoting a diverse and inclusive environment within the office
" Managing recruitments for new positions within the office
" Collaborating with communication staff to implement and maintain content on the office's website and other public communications
" Serving as Cooperative Extension's representative on various committees and working groups.

Budget Management
Overseeing and coordinating the annual budget planning process for Cooperative Extension, including:
" Annual and biennial budget, including budget entry and related budget processes
" Budget management, monitoring, and financial analysis
" Indirect cost return
" Divisional financial commitments
" Departmental/center/unit budgeting activities, including the process for reviewing and approving requests
" Identification of financial issues requiring action
" Annual USDA Smith Lever formula funding program
" Multi-state research projects allocated to Cooperative Extension from USDA

Financial Management:
Provide direction and oversight of budgetary, financial, and related administrative responsibilities for Cooperative Extension, including:
" Accounting, purchasing/procurement, travel, gifts, UW Trust accounts, program revenue, UW Foundation, transfers
" Auditory oversight
" Risk/liability management
" Strategic financial planning
" Compliance (rules/regulations)
" Internal controls
" Post-award grants management, including the administration of federal Smith-Lever funds.
" County contracts and UW System campus Inter-Institutional Agreements
" Fee-for-service projects, service agreements, academic support agreements, facility use agreements, and other financial contractual agreements
" Develop operating reports to facilitate decision making and resource allocation strategies across the Division.

Strategy and Policy Making
Leading the development of divisional fiscal policies and controls for Cooperative Extension in-line with UW Extension institutional policies, including:
" Providing guidance regarding policies, procedures, and best principles and practices in fiscal/financial matters
" Assuring compliance with the University, System State Federal Non-federal and sponsor policies and procedures, assurances and certifications, and oversee effective faculty and staff implementation of them
" Counseling Cooperative Extension leadership on best practices for financial management

Minimum Qualifications
" Bachelors' degree in business, finance or related field
" Five or more years of progressively more responsible experience in financial management
" Demonstrated supervisory and/or management abilities in an financial setting
" Familiarity with sources of extramural support, such as federal and state grants and contracts with other external partners.
" Excellent administrative and organizational skills
" Demonstrated expertise in fund accounting, financial systems software and preparation of fiscal reports
" Knowledge of public finances
" Experience in policy-making and strategic thinking
" Excellent written and oral communication skills
" Knowledge of effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds

Preferred Qualifications
" Masters' degree or MBA in business, finance or related field
" Knowledge of applicable University, System, State, Federal, Non-Federal and Land-Grant fiscal and administrative rules, regulations and procedures, including 2CFR Part 200 (Uniform Guidance), OMB Circulars A-21, A-133 and A-110 and USDA systems and reporting requirements
" Grant management experience
" Experience managing finances within an institution of higher education
" Experience in change management and creating a new organization
" Experience in building and developing new financial and operational processes

TO APPLY
All applicants wishing consideration must apply online and attach all required application materials at the time of application. Online application with all required materials must be received no later than midnight, May 17, 2017.

Required application materials are: (1) a current resume; (2) unofficial or official transcripts (that can demonstrate completed courses in three or more of the following: program evaluation, advanced mathematics, statistical analysis, regression analysis, epidemiology, survey and/or quantitative and qualitative research methods); and (3) contact information (email and phone number) for three professional work references.

For technical online questions or assistance, please contact UW Service Center at (888) 298-4159. For all other questions please contact hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu


 

INTERIM 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT EDUCATOR (100%)
WASHINGTONCOUNTY

WORKING TITLE: WashingtonCounty Interim 4-H Youth Development Educator (100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Academic Staff (Lecturer; title prefix to be determined)

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Primarily WashingtonCounty and occasionally extending beyond county boundaries for specific commitments and team programming.

OFFICE LOCATION: Washington County UW-Extension Office, 333 East Washington Street, Suite 1200, West Bend, WI 53095-2586

REORGANIZATION IMPLICATIONS:
The University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension has initiated a reorganization process, expected to continue through 2017, and possibly into 2018. The position duties and accountabilities described in this position description are intended to ensure necessary program coverage during this time of transition and until reorganization occurs. Successful completion of the duties and accountabilities of this position will prepare the individual hired for consideration in future position vacancies, which could include transfer into other Cooperative Extension Academic Staff or Faculty vacancies for which they qualify. Questions about reorganization implications for current faculty currently going through tenure are best answered by contacting the chair of the Department of Youth Development.

POSITION PURPOSE:
As an employee of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, employed with WashingtonCounty, theInterim 4-H Youth Development Educatoris aneducationalleader in teaching, accessing and applying research findings in the social, human and behavioral sciences. The Interim 4-H Youth Development Educator takes a scholarly approach in organizing community resources in support of the inclusive positive development of youth, especially in the areas of leadership and civic engagement.

INITIAL POSITION FOCUS:
This positon will focus on volunteer development, youth leadership development and youth/adult partnerships. In addition, this position will also focus on development educational programs that reach underserved and underrepresented youth audiences.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Design, deliver and teach culturally relevant community-based educational programs through a variety of methods
- Conduct and collect ongoing assessments of community educational needs
- Create a plan of work that integrates research and community needs
- Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services
- Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners
- Regularly prepare educational and promotional materials using appropriate technology
- Identify, recruit and develop volunteer leadership necessary to build program capacity in alignment with the plan of work for the position
- Write, publish and share articles, curricula and program designs
- Build, strengthen and sustain trust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments
- Develop and maintain relationships with programmatic and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate the value of Extension
- Collaborate with program-related community coalitions and partnerships
- Regularly consult with and report to Extension partners at the county and state levels to ensure accountability
- Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies
- Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties as requested
- Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension office operations
- Provide professional guidance and counsel to the 4-H community club program and to other program-related groups and organizations and ensure compliance with university, state and federal policies and laws

WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions
- Assume weekly travel throughout the county and occasional travel within the state
- Work evenings on a regular basis and occasionally on weekends, as needed, to meet local needs

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:
The primary accountability relationships for this position are with the East-Metro Regional Director (hiring authority),
4-H Youth Development State Program Office,WashingtonCounty Department Head, and the Washington County Public Works Committee.

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Mastersdegree with course work in educational principles, curriculum development, program evaluation and/or the cognitive and social development of youth and adults
- Demonstrated skills in planning, implementing or teaching educational programs
- Experience in youth related programs
- Experience in volunteer development and management
- Ability to work at a community level and partner with others to address educational needs
- Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL ALSO DEMONSTRATE MANY OF THE FOLLOWING KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- A minimum of two years of professionally related experience with a focus on youth education, developing community partners or volunteer development
- Demonstrated educational program development skills including planning and implementing programs; evaluating learning experiences; and communicating program impact and value to stakeholders
- Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings
- Knowledge of adult learning principles
- Effective group and educational facilitation skills
- Demonstrated educational program management skills including grant-writing, budget development, and fiscal resources management
- Experience managing volunteer-delivered programs
- Experience (paid or volunteer) in working at a community level and partnering with others to address educational needs
- Experience developing effective partnerships or coalitions with community partners and local governments
- Volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds
- Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments
- Strong interpersonal relationship and problem-solving skills in a team setting
- Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies
- Ability to promote Cooperative Extension and its programs through various media and public relations strategies
- Knowledge of Cooperative Extension's legacy as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

POSITION CLARIFICATION:
This position is subject to University of Wisconsin System, University of Wisconsin-Extension and Cooperative Extension human resources policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:
This position will be a fixed-term terminal academic staff appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension. The following terms will apply: 1) Under University of Wisconsin-Extension 10.01 (1), fixed term terminal academic staff appointments are for a definite period of time as specified in the appointment letter and do not carry a guarantee of employment beyond the stated term, regardless of how many times an employment contract is offered to the employee. 2) Fixed-term terminal appointments are not subject to the notice periods in University of Wisconsin System 10.05 and University of Wisconsin-Extension Chapter 10.07.

This appointment is anticipated to begin on June 1, 2017 and continue through December 31, 2017. This appointment may be reappointed for a period of time if needed for continued program coverage. The position is not anticipated to convert to a faculty or academic staff appointment as part of the nEXT Generation reorganization.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY:
State of Wisconsin benefits eligibility (https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/) is dependent upon the benefits eligibility status of the successful candidate. If the successful candidate is currently eligible, the benefits package will include retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. If the successful candidate is not currently eligible for State of Wisconsin benefits, benefits eligibility will be limited to health insurance, and other related insurances only. Salary range commensurate with minimum and preferred qualifications: range of $48,000 - $52,000 (equivalent full-time annual salary that will be prorated to reflect the short-term nature of this appointment.)

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
As an affirmative action employer, University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. University of Wisconsin-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested following interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
All applicants wishing consideration must apply online and attach all required application materials at the time of application. Online application with all required materials must be received no later than midnight, May 17, 2017.

Required application materials are: (1) a current resume; (2) unofficial or official transcripts (that can demonstrate completed courses in three or more of the following: program evaluation, advanced mathematics, statistical analysis, regression analysis, epidemiology, survey and/or quantitative and qualitative research methods); (3) contact information (email and phone number) for three professional work references; and (4) a cover letter detailing experience in the minimum qualifications.

Apply online here: http://www.uwex.edu/jobs/listings/?id=2369

For technical online questions or assistance, please contact UW Service Center at (888) 298-4159. For all other questions please contact hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu .

Posted: 4/27/17
End Date: 5/17/17


 

4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR (100%)
DANE COUNTY

Application Due Date: 05/01/2017

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION VISION: To be a thriving, well-known and sought-out educational resource that reflects the rich diversity of the state.

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION PURPOSE: We teach, learn, lead and serve, connecting people with the University of Wisconsin, and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities.

WORKING TITLE: Dane County 4-H Youth Development Coordinator (100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Associate Lecturer

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Primarily Dane County and occasionally extending beyond county boundaries for specific commitments and team programming.

OFFICE LOCATION: Dane County UW-Extension 5201 Fen Oak Dr. Madison, WI 53714

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:
This position is a fixed-term academic staff appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension's division of Cooperative Extension. Fixed-term academic staff appointments are made on an annual basis, with renewal possible.

POSITION PURPOSE:
As an academic staff member of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, employed with Dane County, the 4-H Youth Development Coordinator is an educational leader in teaching, accessing and applying research findings in the social, human and behavioral sciences. The 4-H Youth Development Coordinator organizes community resources in support of the inclusive positive development of youth, specifically in areas presently underserved by the 4-H Youth Development program.

The 4-H Youth Development Coordinator is part of the 4-H Youth Development team that works together to create and support an integrated, vibrant 4-H Youth Development program that meets the unique and changing needs of a growing and diverse population in Dane County. The Coordinator ensures equitable access to effective programs through building long-term relationships with culturally, racially and ethnically diverse communities. This will include networking and collaborating with community organizations and other relevant groups, insuring inclusiveness, and developing educational opportunities for youth and adults that are culturally relevant.

INITIAL POSITION FOCUS:
Dane County is the second largest county in Wisconsin and is increasingly becoming more diverse. Families with children are the fastest growing type of household in the county. African Americans, Latinos and other populations are measuring significant gaps from whites in all wellness measures. The Race to Equity Report revealed the profound and persistent racial disparities in health, education, child welfare, criminal justice, employment, and income that exist in Dane County. These racial disparities compromise the life chances of many children and families and may prevent children from growing up healthy and successful.

4-H Youth Development programming in Wisconsin engages youth in community development and the greater community in youth development through supporting youth-adult partnerships and fostering environments that support youth organizing for community change. The Dane County 4-H Youth Development Coordinator is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with underserved communities in Dane county in order to develop a sustainable youth development program. The Coordinator will also create and implement a plan of action which includes both direct programming as well as working with organizations and groups who serve diverse youth.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services
- Design, deliver and teach culturally relevant community-based educational programs through a variety of methods
- Conduct and collect ongoing assessments of community educational needs
- Contribute as a productive member of the UW-Extension Dane County team to develop strong, integrated Extension youth programs
- Create a plan of work that integrates research and community needs
- Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners
- Regularly prepare educational and promotional materials using appropriate technology
- Collaborate with program-related community coalitions and partnerships
- Identify, recruit and develop volunteer leadership necessary to carry out the position's plan of work
- Build, strengthen and sustain trust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments
- Develop and maintain relationships with programmatic and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate Extension's value
- Regularly consult with and report to Extension partners at the county and state levels to ensure accountability
- Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies
- Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties as requested
- Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension office operations

WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions
- Assume weekly travel throughout the county and occasional travel within the state
- Work evenings on a regular basis and occasionally on weekends, as needed, to meet local needs

POSITION EXPECTATIONS:
The 4-H Youth Development Coordinator aligns the work of this position with Cooperative Extension's purpose and vision in ways that contribute to supportive workplaces. Cooperative Extension's values of community, discovery, inclusiveness, relationships and respect guide the 4-H Youth Development Coordinator in achieving the position's primary outcomes.

The 4-H Youth Development Coordinator is expected to contribute to Cooperative Extension's scholarly environment as appropriate for the position. Standards of scholarship excellence are expected to be maintained throughout the academic staff member's Extension career.

The 4-H Youth Development Coordinator actively participates in the shared governance and policy development of the institution, personally or through representatives, to ensure representation in matters affecting academic staff.

The 4-H Youth Development Coordinator meets the position's reporting accountabilities and performance expectations in collaboration with the SW Regional Director (hiring authority), 4-H Youth Development State Program Office, Dane County Department Head, and the Dane CountyExtension Committee.To fulfill reporting accountabilities and performance expectations the 4-H Youth Development Coordinator will work in close cooperation with and under the program leadership of the Dane County 4-H Youth Development Educator.

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:
The primary accountability relationships for this position are with the Southwest Regional Director (hiring authority), Dane County 4-H Youth Development Educator, Dane County Department Head, 4-H Youth Development State Program Office, and the Dane County Extension Committee.

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor's degree with coursework in educational principles, curriculum development, program evaluation and/or the cognitive and social development of youth and adults
- Demonstrated skills in planning, implementing or teaching educational programs
- Experience working in urban settings
- Experience in youth related programs
- Ability to work at a community level and partner with others to address educational needs
- Experience effectively interacting with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MAY ALSO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- A minimum of two years of professionally related experience with a focus on youth education, developing community partners or volunteer development
- Demonstrated educational program development skills including planning and implementing programs; evaluating learning experiences; and communicating program impact and value to stakeholders
- Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings
- Knowledge of adult learning principles
- Effective group facilitation skills
- Successful experience developing volunteers and managing volunteer-delivered programs
- Experience developing effective partnerships or coalitions with community partners and local governments
- Successful volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences
- Ability to effectively communicate in a second language (Spanish or Hmong)
- Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments
- Strong interpersonal relationship and problem-solving skills in a team setting
- Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies
- Ability to promote Cooperative Extension and its programs through various media and public relations strategies
- Knowledge of Cooperative Extension's legacy as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

POSITION DESCRIPTION CLARIFICATION:
This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

POSITION BENEFITS:
State of Wisconsin benefits (http://www.uwsa.edu/hr/benefits/newemp/orientwrs.pdf), including retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances.

Salary range: $38,000 - $42,000 annually

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
As an affirmative action employer, UW-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. UW-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested following the final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:

1) APPLICATION DUE DATE: To receive full consideration, application materials must be received byMay 1st, 2017and include all of the following (WHEN UPLOADING DOCUMENTS, PDF FORMAT IS PREFERRED):
a. COVER LETTER (up to two pages) in which you summarize how your qualifications meet those of the position. Please note that your response will be evaluated not only for content but for written communication skills as well. You are encouraged to refer to formal education, training, professional work history, volunteer work, research and any related life experiences in your response. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure your cover letter is as complete a summary of your qualifications as possible:
-Prepare a summary paragraph for each of the listed Minimum Qualifications.
-Include a paragraph that summarizes the knowledge, skills and abilities which you possess as particular strengths, beyond the minimum qualifications (see Best Qualified section).
-If an "Initial Position Focus" is specified on the first page of the position description, describe any relevant experience you have related to the "Initial Position Focus".

b. PROFESSIONAL RESUME, including related education, professional work history and volunteer experience.

c. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL WORK REFERENCES, including at least one person who has been your immediate supervisor. For each reference, please indicate the nature of your professional relationship and include the persons title, e-mail address and telephone number.

d. FINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS for each of your degrees. Unofficial copies of final college transcripts are acceptable when applying for this position. Official final college transcripts are required upon hire.

Please upload only the materials requested above. Any documents, other than those requested, will be deleted from your application. Application materials that do not comply with these instructions are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications received after the application due date will be accepted through the conclusion of the initial application screening process.

The University will not reveal an applicant's identity who has requested confidentiality during the application process, unless or until there is a public records request and he or she is the successful candidate. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(b).

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please click on the link below to apply. Please scroll down and choose either External or Internal Applicant buttons.

https://www.hrs.wisconsin.edu/psc/hrs-fd/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB&Action=U&TargetFrameName= 


 

Pierce and St. Croix Counties
Nutrition Coordinator (100%)

POSITION TITLE: Pierce and St. Croix Counties Nutrition Coordinator(100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Associate Lecturer

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Primarily Pierce and St. Croix Counties.
OFFICE LOCATION: St. Croix County UW Extension, 1960 8th Avenue, Suite 140, Baldwin, WI 54002
PURPOSE AND PRIMARY FOCUS OF POSITION:
The purpose of this position is to provide leadership for the Pierce and St. Croix CountiesFoodWIse Nutrition Education Program including: collaborating with local agencies to ensure the delivery of nutrition education to low-income residents (especially people who are eligible to receive food stamps or FoodShare), staff training and supervision,and managing the program budget.

ThePierce and St. Croix CountiesFoodWIse Nutrition Education Program is a major effort within Cooperative Extension Family Living Programs. The aim of Family Living Programs is to enhance the quality of family and community decisions that affect the family and to increase the abilities of families to adapt to and effect change.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Provide leadership and direction for the Nutrition Education Program in Pierce and St. Croix Counties
- Develop and manage the Nutrition Education Program budget
- Recruit, train and supervise Nutrition Education Program staff members
- Plan, implement andteach culturally relevant educational programs for low-income families and individuals including topics such as choosing healthful food, food safety and storage, food buying and selection, food needs of family members and managing the food budget
- Conduct and collect ongoing assessments of community educational needs; create plans of work that address these needswithin scope of this position
- Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services
- Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners
- Contribute to scholarly work in keeping with the purpose of this position
- Build,strengthen and sustaintrust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments
- Develop and maintain relationships with programmatic and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate the value of Extension
- Collaborate with program-related community coalitions and partnerships
- Regularly consult with and report to Extension partners at the county and state levels to ensure accountability
- Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies
- Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties asrequested
- Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension office operations
- In keeping with the purpose of this position, while teaching, strive to promote and practice healthy eating and, as physically able, low impact physical activity concepts

WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions
- Assume weekly travel throughout thePierce and St. Croix Countiesand occasional travel within the state
- Work evenings on a regular basis and occasionally on weekends, as needed, to meet local needs
- While teaching, transport teaching materials weighing approximately 10 to 20 poundsto teaching sites, including sites with multiple levels of stairs and long hallway distances

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THISPOSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor degree in a related field such as nutritional sciences, dietetics, family/consumer sciences, community health education, public health, public health administration,or adult education
- Demonstrated understanding of and ability to work cooperatively with other agencies and other community-based organizations
- Ability to plan, implement or teach educational programs
- Ability to work at a community level and partner with others to address educational needs
- Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity
- Demonstrated ability to supervise and manage staff

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MAY ALSO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Master degree ina related field such asnutrition, public health, management, business, or adult education
- Spanish speaking, writing and comprehension skills; knowledge of Hispanic culture
- Experience in budget development and fiscal management
- Ability to keep accurate, complete and timely work records
- Demonstrated educational program development skills including planning and implementing programs; evaluating learning experiences; and communicating program impact and value to stakeholders
- Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings
- Experience developing effective partnerships or coalitions with community partners and local governments
- Successful volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences
- Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments
- Strong interpersonal relationships and problem-solving skills in a team setting
- Knowledge of adult learning principles
- Effective group facilitation skills
- Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies
- Knowledge of the legacy of Cooperative Extension as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:
This position is fixed term terminal academic staff appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension and is subject to UW System, UW-Extension, and Cooperative Extension personnel policies. Under UWEX 10.01 (1), fixed term terminal academic staff appointments are for a definite period of time as specified in the appointment letter and do not carry a guarantee of employment beyond the stated term, regardless of how many times an employment contract is offered to the employee. Fixed term terminal appointments are not subject to the notice periods in UWS 10.05 and UWEX Chapter 10.07. Reappointment to this position after the initial term is dependent upon availability of funding and performance.

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:
The primary accountability relationships for this position are withthe NorthwestRegional Director (hiring authority), the Family Living Programs State Office, and the Pierce and St. Croix CountiesDepartment Heads.

POSITION CLARIFICATION:
This position is subject to UW-System, UW Extension and Cooperative Extension human resource policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY:
State of Wisconsin benefits(https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/), including retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. Starting salary commensurate with qualifications: $40,000 - $44,000.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
As an affirmative action employer, UW-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. UW-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, or identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

Date Posted: April 3, 2017
Closing Date: April 24, 2017

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:

1) APPLICATION DUE DATE: To receive full consideration, application materials must be received by April 24, 2017and include all of the following (WHEN UPLOADING DOCUMENTS, PDF FORMAT IS PREFERRED):
a. COVER LETTER (up to two pages) in which you summarize how your qualifications meet those of the position. Please note that your response will be evaluated not only for content but for written communication skills as well. You are encouraged to refer to formal education, training, professional work history, volunteer work, research and any related life experiences in your response. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure your cover letter is as complete a summary of your qualifications as possible:
-Prepare a summary paragraph for each of the listed Minimum Qualifications.
-Include a paragraph that summarizes the knowledge, skills and abilities which you possess as particular strengths, beyond the minimum qualifications (see Best Qualified section).
-If an "Initial Position Focus" is specified on the first page of the position description, describe any relevant experience you have related to the "Initial Position Focus".

b. PROFESSIONAL RESUME, including related education, professional work history and volunteer experience.

c. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL WORK REFERENCES, including at least one person who has been your immediate supervisor. For each reference, please indicate the nature of your professional relationship and include the persons title, e-mail address and telephone number.

d. FINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS for each of your degrees. Unofficial copies of final college transcripts are acceptable when applying for this position. Official final college transcripts are required upon hire.

Please upload only the materials requested above. Any documents, other than those requested, will be deleted from your application. Application materials that do not comply with these instructions are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications received after the application due date will be accepted through the conclusion of the initial application screening process.

The University will not reveal an applicant's identity who has requested confidentiality during the application process, unless or until there is a public records request and he or she is the successful candidate. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(b).

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please click on the link below to view the posting. Please scroll down and click the web link at the bottom.

http://www.uwex.edu/jobs/listings/?id=2350 


 

CALUMET, OUTAGAMIE AND WINNEBAGO COUNTIES
Healthy Communities Coordinator (100%)

POSITION TITLE: Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Healthy Communities Coordinator (100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE:Outreach Specialist title series (prefix to be determined)

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED:Primarily Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties.
OFFICE LOCATION: Outagamie County UW Extension, 3365 W Brewster St, Appleton, WI 54914 or Winnebago County UW Extension, 625 E Cty Rd Y, Oshkosh, WI 54901
PURPOSE AND PRIMARY FOCUS OF POSITION:
The purpose of this position is to address diet-related disparities by contributing to advancing policy, systems, and environmental changesto promote healthy eating and physical activity behaviors among low-income, urban and rural residents, many of whom are persons of color and who may speak a language other than English (especially people who are eligible to receive SNAP/FoodShare) inCalumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties.The Healthy Communities Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties Nutrition Administrator to provide leadership to the Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago CountiesFoodWIseProgram and will seek opportunities to align program efforts with other UW-Extension Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties team members. Additionally, this position will work closely with statewide colleagues, other Healthy Communities Coordinators and appropriate partners on building healthy communities initiatives. Local initiatives will be implemented in alignment with statewideFoodWIse program outcomes and federal SNAP-Ed program guidance.

The Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago CountiesFoodWIse Program is a major effort within Cooperative Extension Family Living Programs. The aim of Family Living Programs is to enhance the quality of family and community decisions that affect the family and to increase the abilities of families to adapt to and affect change.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Conduct community needs assessments to determine health and nutrition priorities in a single or multi-county region
- Build partnerships with community organizations, agencies and coalitions and community leaders, initially utilizing the partnerships established by office educators
- Work collaboratively with Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago CountiesNutrition Education Coordinator, other Extension colleagues and community partners to plan and implementcomprehensive multi-level interventions and community and public health approaches to prevent obesity for at risk and limited income populations
- Work closely with statewide colleagues, other Healthy Communities Coordinators and appropriate partners on building healthy communities initiatives, including complementary plans, collaborative training and professional development opportunities, and aligned evaluation as appropriate
- Create plans of work that address these needswithin scope of this position
- Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services
- Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners
- As appropriate, deliver training or educational programs to partner agencies for the purposes of advancing policy, systems and environmental changes to promote healthy eating and active living behaviors for at risk and limited income populations
- Contribute to scholarly work in keeping with the purpose of this position
- Build,strengthen and sustaintrust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments
- Develop and maintain relationships with programmatic and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate the value of Extension
- Collaborate with program-related community coalitions and partnerships
- Regularly consult with and report to Extension partners at the county and state levels to ensure accountability
- Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies
- Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties asrequested
- Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension office operations
- In keeping with the purpose of this position, strive to promote and practice healthy eating and, as physically able, low impact physical activity concepts

WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions
- Assume weekly travel throughout theCalumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties areaand occasional travel within the state
- Work evenings on a regular basis and occasionally on weekends, as needed, to meet local needs
- Transport materials weighing approximately 10 to 20 poundsto sites as needed, including sites with multiple levels of stairs and long hallway distances

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THISPOSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor degree in public health, nutritional sciences, dietetics, community health education, public health education, community psychology, sociology, or related field.
- Strong base of public health knowledge and experience and/or policy development and implementation and/or community development
- Demonstrated understanding of and ability to work cooperatively with other agencies and other community-based organizations
- Experience with educational program development and evaluation skills including planning and implementing programs, evaluating program effectiveness, and communicating program impact and value to stakeholders
- Experience using collaborative leadership to accomplish project goals, including the ability to convene, facilitate, bridge, and leverage diverse groups of stakeholders
- Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from diverse backgrounds, including differences in culture, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, physical and cognitive ability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity.

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MAY ALSO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Masters in nutrition, public health, epidemiology, community engagement, program evaluation, or a closely related field
- Experience working in urban and rural environments and with racial/ethnic communities, such as knowledge of African American, Latino, Hmong and Native Indian cultures and histories
- Spanish speaking, writing and comprehension skills
- Understanding and commitment to principles of population health, social and behavioral change theory, and multiple determinants of health
- Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and evaluate community-based programs that address health and nutrition needs throughout the lifespan through direct education and policy, systems, and environmental change
- Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings
- Ability to keep accurate, complete and timely work records
- Successful volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences
- Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments
- Strong interpersonal relationships and problem-solving skills in a team setting
- Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies
- Knowledge of the legacy of Cooperative Extension as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:
This position is fixed term terminal academic staff appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension and is subject to UW System, UW-Extension, and Cooperative Extension personnel policies. Under UWEX 10.01 (1), fixed term terminal academic staff appointments are for a definite period of time as specified in the appointment letter and do not carry a guarantee of employment beyond the stated term, regardless of how many times an employment contract is offered to the employee. Fixed term terminal appointments are not subject to the notice periods in UWS 10.05 and UWEX Chapter 10.07. Reappointment to this position after the initial term is dependent upon availability of funding and performance.

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:
The primary accountability relationships for this position are with the East Metro Regional Director (hiring authority), the Family Living Programs State Office, and the Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago CountiesDepartment Heads.

POSITION CLARIFICATION:
This position is subject to UW-System, UW Extension and Cooperative Extension human resource policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY:
State of Wisconsin benefits(https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/), including retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. Starting salary commensurate with qualifications: $46,000 - $50,000.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
As an affirmative action employer,UW-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. UW-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, or identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:
A criminal background checkwill be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

Date Posted: April 3, 2017
Closing Date: April 24, 2017

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:

1) APPLICATION DUE DATE: To receive full consideration, application materials must be received by April 24, 2017and include all of the following (WHEN UPLOADING DOCUMENTS, PDF FORMAT IS PREFERRED):
a. COVER LETTER (up to two pages) in which you summarize how your qualifications meet those of the position. Please note that your response will be evaluated not only for content but for written communication skills as well. You are encouraged to refer to formal education, training, professional work history, volunteer work, research and any related life experiences in your response. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure your cover letter is as complete a summary of your qualifications as possible:
-Prepare a summary paragraph for each of the listed Minimum Qualifications.
-Include a paragraph that summarizes the knowledge, skills and abilities which you possess as particular strengths, beyond the minimum qualifications (see Best Qualified section).
-If an "Initial Position Focus" is specified on the first page of the position description, describe any relevant experience you have related to the "Initial Position Focus".

b. PROFESSIONAL RESUME, including related education, professional work history and volunteer experience.

c. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL WORK REFERENCES, including at least one person who has been your immediate supervisor. For each reference, please indicate the nature of your professional relationship and include the persons title, e-mail address and telephone number.

d. FINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS for each of your degrees. Unofficial copies of final college transcripts are acceptable when applying for this position. Official final college transcripts are required upon hire.

Please upload only the materials requested above. Any documents, other than those requested, will be deleted from your application. Application materials that do not comply with these instructions are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications received after the application due date will be accepted through the conclusion of the initial application screening process.

The University will not reveal an applicant's identity who has requested confidentiality during the application process, unless or until there is a public records request and he or she is the successful candidate. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(b).

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please click on the link below to view the posting. Please scroll down and click the web link at the bottom.

http://www.uwex.edu/jobs/listings/?id=2349 


 

CGE ORGANIZER

The Coalition of Graduate Employees (American Federation of Teachers, Local 6069) is a labor union representing graduate teaching and research assistants at Oregon State University. We are hiring a permanent full-time organizer to support the local in internal organizing, member development, contract negotiation and enforcement, research, solidarity building, and other areas of union activity. Earliest review of applications will begin April 28th. The start date is flexible but will be around June 12th.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
" Internal organizing via one-on-one conversations, membership drives, activist/leader recruitment, and orientations
" Developing and holding group and one-on-one trainings for members, activists, and leadership
" Designing, writing, and editing both web and print materials
" Organizing and executing meetings, events, and actions, including event logistics such as cooking, setup, and cleanup
" Representing and advocating on behalf of CGE to the employer and other relevant groups
" Research for organizing and contract bargaining/enforcement purposes
" Serving on the local's bargaining team
" Assisting the Executive Council and other local bodies as necessary
" Maintaining an online membership database

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
" At least one year grassroots organizing experience
" Technical skills: email, word processing, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, social media
" High school diploma

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
" Ability to articulate an organizing philosophy
" Familiarity with institutions of higher education
" Union awareness and commitment to labor causes
" Experience working with graduate employees/graduate employee unions
" Experience with and/or training in collective bargaining and grievances
" Experience working with volunteer leadership
" Database experience
" Bachelor's degree or higher
COMPETENCY QUALIFICATIONS
Ideal candidates will demonstrate the following competencies:
" Initiative and self-motivation
" Excellent verbal and written communication skills
" Effective time management
" High integrity and trustworthiness
" Problem solving and teamwork skills
" Demonstrated ability to work sensitively and effectively with a diverse range of individuals
" Strong interpersonal skills

PHYSICAL DEMANDS / JOB ENVIRONMENT:
" The position requires manual dexterity, auditory and visual skills, and the ability to follow written and oral instructions and procedures.
" The majority of the work is in the CGE office, with travel around campus, Corvallis, and Oregon required.

POSITION TYPE / EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK:
" This a full-time, permanent position covered under a collective bargaining agreement. Compensation is salaried depending on experience with a base salary of $50,000. Benefits include health insurance and paid vacation, holidays, and other leave.
" The normal workweek is Monday-Friday, and the normal workday is eight hours worked between 8 AM and 9 PM. Specific work hours within that range are flexible, based on the needs of CGE and its employees. Evening and weekend work are frequently required to accommodate members' schedules.

Affirmative Action Statement: CGE is an AA/EEO employer. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. CGE is committed to increasing the participation of women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals in all aspects of the union. For that reason, CGE encourages all applicants to use the cover letter, resume, references, or an additional info sheet in a format and length of your choosing, to disclose any information (voluntarily) as it relates to:
1. Any relevant facts about the applicant's identity as it relates to the applicant's experience working around racial, gender, and economic justice
2. Any past experiences addressing issues of racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, etc., and how that experience empowered those people who are directly affected by institutionalized discrimination (women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, etc.), and put those affected individuals at the forefront of organizing efforts in an empowering way
3. Your potential future role as you see it as an employee with CGE and how you would address institutional forms of racism, sexism, homophobia, etc. within the union, at OSU, and/or in the broader Corvallis community

CGE has historically organized around social justice issues and is committed to continuing that tradition and increasing those efforts. Recent examples of issues around which we have organized include:
" Advocating for family-friendly policies including child care subsidies, expanded drop-off child care, and lower health insurance premiums for dependents
" Negotiating to include gender confirmation surgery on the graduate employee insurance plan
" Negotiating to expand access to gender inclusive restrooms
" Providing implicit bias, inclusive classroom, and bystander intervention trainings to members and activists

CGE encourages applicants to share similar organizing experiences and goals. Sharing this information is voluntary. Applicants should share as much information as they deem relevant to the job. Preference will be given to applicants who exhibit experience, passion, and an ongoing desire to overcome institutional and interpersonal forms of racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, ableism, etc., and who have experience working in communities of color, with women, in queer communities, in low-income communities, etc.

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter, including any responses to the questions covered under the Affirmative Action statement, via email to office@cge6069.org. Please put the words "CGE Organizer" in the subject.



Veterans Education Benefits Associate

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a Veterans Education Benefits Associate.

Reporting to the Veterans Services Coordinator, this position acts a representative of the institution and Is responsible for certifying U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA} education benefits for eligible students.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Associate’s degree from an accredited institution.

2. One year of experience in a related position serving veterans.

3. One year of experience in Higher Education.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

2. Bilingual in Spanish.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time administrative position reporting to the Veterans Service Coordinator.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Process veteran educational benefits, including enrollment certification, communication with USDVA about enrollment changes, grade reporting, etc. Works with Cashier’s Office to receive and reconcile payments from the USDVA.

2. Ensure compliance with federal, state, Board of Regents and institutional regulations, policies and procedures. Ensure college catalog, class schedule and new programs are approved by the USDVA/State approving authority. Participate in yearly audits with the USDVA and State Approving Agency. Attend USDVA trainings. Compile and submit reports on education benefits as requested.

3. Hire, train and supervise VA work study students. Submit VA work study applications to VA on a semester basis.

4. Customer service to veterans and other financial aid students.

5. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.

6. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

7. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Department Financial Aid
Salary Information Starting salary, $38,549. Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 03/16/2017
Job Close Date 04/16/2017

For more information and to apply:  https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1237 


 

NATIONAL TRAINING COORDINATOR (100%)
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES CENTER

WORKING TITLE: National Training Coordinator

OFFICIAL TITLE: Instructional Program Manager

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Statewide, multi-state and nationwide responsibilities.

OFFICE LOCATION: Environmental Resources Center, 445 Henry Mall, Room 202, Madison, Wisconsin 53706

POSITION PURPOSE AND FOCUS:
The primary focus of the National Training Coordinator is to ensure consistent, high quality development of a suite of training materials and courses supporting conservation planning certification.

ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES CENTER (ERC) Mission: The ERC works in collaboration with UW System and UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension county-based colleagues to extend the University to local residents so that they may ensure vibrant, sustainable communities with opportunities for growth and development that are equivalent or greater than those of today. Our mission is to empower individuals and communities to make conscious, well-informed decisions about their environments and the social processes involved in caring for those environments.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Provide leadership to the National Conservation Professional Training (CPT) Teams and instructors in online curriculum development and adult education pedagogy
- Facilitate development of instructional materials for classroom, field, online, hybrid, or other delivery methods.
- Work collaboratively in the National CPT Project design process with project manager, curriculum teams and content experts
- Advise on and implement process improvements to increase quality
- Review content in development to ensure outcomes and deliverables are being met
- Work with instructional designers, professional evaluators, editors, graphic designers, and project staff to create consistent, high quality content and design
- Knowledge and possession of high professional standards and a personal code of ethics characterized by honesty, integrity, openness, and fairness
- Collaborate with multi-state and Wisconsin Conservation Professional Training program staff to ensure learning among program development, implementation, evaluation, and impact communication efforts
- Collaborate with other Environmental Resources Center programs and UWEX teams as appropriate
- Develop and implement continuous feedback and improvement strategies for responsibilities associated with this position
- Ensure that programmatic and administrative position responsibilities are conducted in a manner that enables all potential employees and clientele to have equal access to programs and facilities
- Develop and follow a personal plan for professional development consistent with personal, position and organizational goals
- Other responsibilities as delegated by National Conservation Professional Training coordinator

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATONS:
- Bachelors degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in adult education, educational psychology, agriculture or natural science education, or a related academic discipline
- Demonstrated excellent verbal, written, analytical, interpersonal communication and organizational skills.
- Candidate must have the ability to prioritize and multi-task in a team environment.
- Demonstrated success in managing and promoting programs with impact in mind, including the ability to communicate impacts to specific audiences
- Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin including indigenous cultures, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity
- Demonstrated fluency using computers including the internet, word processing, spreadsheets.

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MAY ALSO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Masters degree desirable
- Demonstrated ability to translate complex and/or technical processes into plain language.
- Familiarity with concepts such as metacognition or systems thinking in education.
- Experience in establishing successful working relationships with teams of subject matter experts.
- Experience or knowledge of agricultural conservation practices, programs and policies.
- Familiarity with Section 508 compliance requirements and/or use of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework highly desirable.
- Highly organized and able to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
- Ability to lead and collaborate actively with others in a team environment.
- Be responsive to evolving position and organizational needs; perform additional duties as needed.
- Experience with a broad range of distance education methodologies

WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions
- Occasional national and regional travel
- Work during the evening and weekends occasionally

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:
The primary accountability relationships for this position are with the National CPT Coordinator on all matters related to: (a) program performance and job responsibilities, (b) developing effective external working relationships with clientele groups, other agencies, departments and organizations, (c) continuing professional development, (d) reporting and evaluating programs to state and federal governments, as appropriate, (e) vacation, leave of absence, salary and promotion, and (f) administration, office management and performance development.

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:
This position is a fixed-term terminal academic staff appointment in Cooperative Extension, a division of the University of Wisconsin-Extensionthat is grant funded for two years with the potential of renewal depending on funding.

POSITION CLARIFICATION:
This position is subject to UW System, UW-Extension and Cooperative Extension human resource policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY:
State of Wisconsin benefits (https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/), including retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. Anticipated starting salaryis $45,000.00 and is commensurate with minimum and preferred qualifications and experience.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
As an affirmative action employer, UW-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. UW-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

It is the policy of UW-Extension to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment. If you require an accommodation to participate in any part of the hiring process, please contact Human Resources at hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:
A background check will be conducted for the finalist candidate. Employment is contingent upon a completion of a successful background check and establishment of identity and verification of employment eligibility as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Additionally, UW-Extension reserves the right to verify any/all information you state or imply within your application materials to confirm your qualification(s) prior to appointment to the position.

HOW TO APPLY:
All applicants wishing consideration must apply online and attach all required application documents/materials at the time of application. Applications will be accepted until April 9, 2017. Please click on the link below to apply. http://www.uwex.edu/jobs/ 
Required application materials are: (1) a cover letter that summarizes how your qualifications meet the expectations of this position; (2) a current resume; (3) contact information for three professional work references, and (4) your college transcript. Unofficial copies of transcript(s) are acceptable when applying for this position. Official transcripts are required upon hire.

For questions regarding the position, please contact Kevin Erb at kevin.erb@ces.uwex.edu at (920) 391-4652. For technical questions or assistance, please contact UW Service Center at (888) 298-4159. For all other questions please contact hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu


 

Jump Start Dual Credit Specialist

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a Jump Start Dual Credit Specialist.

This position reports to the Access, Outreach and Recruitment (AOR) Program Director and is responsible for outreach, recruitment and retention for 1) Jump Start Dual Credit (JS) High School Students, 2) Early Admission High School Students, and 2) other student populations as assigned. Jump Start Dual Credit provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit and prepares them for both college and their future careers.

The Jump Start Dual Credit Specialist (JS) will assist in providing access opportunities to students from Washoe County School District, thus connecting students to TMCC’s excellence in teaching and learning at a young age. Responsibilities include being knowledgeable and assisting prospective students/families in accessing information about TMCC academic programs and student support services such as academic advisement, admissions and financial aid. Retention duties include tracking success of JS participants and providing intervention when needed. Activities will occur on and off-campus, in the evenings and on the weekends. Specialist must work flexible hours in a fast changing environment. Specialist will work closely with the TMCC Academic Dual Credit Coordinator to ensure the success of participants. In addition to being responsible for Jump Start recruitment, the Specialist will recruit non-dual credit students through the TMCC Early Admission process so that they may enroll in college classes that will apply towards a postsecondary degree.

This position plans, implements and evaluates continuing and new programs to recruit and/or retain targeted groups of students including but not limited to minority and high school students. Provides admissions information and services to prospective students.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in a related field.

2. Two years of experience working within recruitment, retention or outreach in a college setting.

3. Two years experience working with programs which enhance the college-going opportunities of non-traditional or underrepresented students.

4. Two years experience collaborating and excelling in creating partnerships with the K-12 school system.

Preferred Qualifications
1. One year working in a community college setting.

2. One year experience working with dual credit programs and opportunities.

3. Bilingual in Spanish.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, non-tenure track, position reporting to the Program Director of Access, Outreach and Recruitment.

Renewable contract is contingent upon available funds.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Primary recruitment and retention contact for continuing and prospective JS students, as well as Early Admission students.

2. Manages enrollment for JS classes and students.

3. Serves as primary recruiter for early admissions efforts.

4. Is an essential part of the recruitment and outreach efforts conducted for all students through the AOR Department.

5. Conducts application, ACCUPLACER, information workshops for prospective TMCC students.

6. Serves as success coach for selected students.

7. Creates completion and retention reports for JS coursework and students.

8. Tracks, follows up on, and reports statistics of prospective/current students each month, semester and annually.

9. Is knowledgeable of TMCC admission information, deadlines and programs.

9. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.

10. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

11. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Department Student Outreach
Salary Information Starting salary, $48,298. Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 03/10/2017
Job Close Date 04/09/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Administrative Faculty
Job Type Temporary

For more information and to apply, visit: https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1231 


 


SENIOR PROGRAM & FISCAL ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
*EXTENDED RECRUITMENT*

Division for Cooperative Extension
Natural Resource and Economic Development
Environmental Resources Center (ERC)

The University of Wisconsin-Extension Environmental Resources Center (ERC) invites applications for a Senior Program and Fiscal Administrative Specialist (legal title: Administrative Program Specialist-Senior).

Under the general supervision of the Co-Directors of the Environmental Resources Center, the Senior Program and Fiscal Administrative Specialist is primarily responsible for fiscal,grant, and program functions for the statewide Environmental Resources Center (ERC). In particular, the position ensures program management support needs are addressed across the Center, especially relative to the multitude of programming grants received by principal investigators within ERC. The position collaborates with ERC Co-Directors, faculty, academic staff and others to ensure compliant fiscal operations.

The Senior Program and Fiscal Administrative Specialist is a fixed-term renewable academic staff appointment that renews annually; contingent upon successful performance, continued funding, and determined need by ERC. This position is located in the Environmental Resources Center (ERC) office in downtown Madison. Typical office hours are 8am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Occasional evening hours and travel within the state are expected.

EXPECTATIONS
A. 40% Fiscal - Provide lead fiscal management support while working collaboratively with ERC and CNRED administration, faculty and staff; effectively use the WISDM data management system to track and manage budgets for grants, revenue accounts, and ERC funding streams
B. 30% Grants - Serve as a lead resource to the ERC Co-Directors, and as needed, the CNRED State Program Director and State Associate Director, and other staff in the area of grant planning and development, grant writing, grant management, grant budget development, budgetary invoicing and tracking and fiscal support
C. 25% Program
- Provide lead human resource management support to the ERC Co-Directors, and as needed, CNRED State Program Director and State Associate Director in the development of position descriptions, recruitment plans, appointment contracts, and other duties associated with the filling of grant-funded and state program-related positions; collaborate with the Cooperative Extension / UW-Extension human resources and budget/fiscal offices
- Provide confidential clerical and logistical support to the ERC Co-Directors, and as needed, CNRED State Program Director including regional/national communications, meeting coordination support and logistics, contract and materials preparation, and travel scheduling and expense reimbursement reporting
- Provide programmatic administrative support to the ERC and CNRED units.
- Collaborate with Principal Investigators (PIs) and the ERC Evaluation Unit to meet reporting requirements of grants (document program effectiveness and relevant program outcome information)
- In coordination with the ERC Marketing and Communications Unit, assist with developing external communications via our website, social media, newsletter, and development of powerpoint presentations
- Participate in state ERC and CNRED program activities as appropriate and needed
D. 5% Other Duties - Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs and perform adjusted or additional duties as requested.
- UW-Extension expects its employees to reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive to ensure all stakeholders, clients, customers, and constituents full access to programs, facilities and educational services
- Develop and follow a plan for professional development in priority subject matter consistent with personal and organizational goals
- Perform other duties/projects as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelors degree in finance, business administration, management or related field
- Minimally 4 or more years of fiscal resources management experience or closely related
- Knowledge and effective use of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and accounting principles and practices
- Effective communication skills to proactively disseminate updates and information including presentations
- Effective professional experience working with diverse and dynamic populations

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Masters or other graduate degree
- Advanced training and/or content knowledge in finance, human resources, fiscal program/project management, budgeting, grants management, etc.
- Experience in and/or knowledge of higher education structure,fiscal and administrative policies and procedures and experience with interpreting and/or implementation and use of applicable policies and practices within the higher education environment
- Experience with HRIS and financial systems and software, including cloud applications, to obtain and create/extrapolate spreadsheets, databases, etc.
- Experience and skilled use of technological communication hardware/software (i.e., skype, D2L, Blackboard, etc.)

This position consistently interacts with and/or supports multiple division staff, areas, and outside agencies and/or contacts. The incumbent is expected to establish and maintaineffective working relationships among these stakeholders to advance and support the mission of the ERC. The successful incumbent will be self-motivated, possess excellent interpersonal skills and exercise sound decision-making to foster a collegial working environment. The incumbent works both independently on complex duties, as well as in a team environment on assigned projects and initiatives with diverse groups, faculty, and staff. Success in the position requires strong oral and written communication skills, excellent organization and time management to address multiple and shifting priorities to meet timely deadlines.

BENEFITS AND SALARY
This academic staff position qualifies for the Faculty, Academic Staff, Limited Appointees Benefits Package, which includes comprehensive major medical health insurance, Wisconsin Retirement Services (WRS), various life insurances, disability insurance, and other fringe benefits. Salary at appointment will be commensurate with experience and starts at $55,406/year.

TO APPLY
All applicants wishing consideration must apply online and attach all required application documents/materials at the time of application. Applications will be acceptedMarch 26, 2017.

Required application materials are: (1) a cover letter that summarizes how your qualifications meet the expectations of this position; (2) a current resume; (3) contact information for three professional work references, including minimally one contact who has been your immediate supervisor; and (4) yourcollege transcript. Unofficial copies of transcript(s) are acceptable when applying for this position. Official transcripts are required upon hire.

For questions regarding the position, please contact Jenna Klink (jlklink@wisc.edu). For technicalquestions or assistance, please contact UW Service Center at (888) 298-4159. For all other questions please contact hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu .

OTHER INFORMATION
The University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. The University of Wisconsin-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

It is the policy of UW-Extension to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment. If you require an accommodation to participate in any part of the hiring process, please contact Human Resources at hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu.Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

A background check will be conducted for the finalist candidate. Employment is contingent upon a completion of a successful background check and establishment of identity and verification of employment eligibility as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Additionally,
UW-Extension reserves the right to verify any/all information you state or imply within your application materials to confirm your qualification(s) prior to appointment to the position.


 

SENIOR PROGRAM AND FISCAL ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST (100%) ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES CENTER

WORKING TITLE: Senior Program and Fiscal Administrative Specialist (100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Senior Administrative Program Specialist

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Statewide

OFFICE LOCATION: 445 Henry Mall, Room 202, Madison, WI 53706

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT: This position is a fixed-term renewable academic staff appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension. Fixed term renewable academic staff appointments are made on an annual basis with renewal possible.

POSITION PURPOSE: This position provides leadership to fiscal, grant, and program administrative duties for the statewide Environmental Resources Center (ERC), which is within the University of Wisconsin-Extension Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development (CNRED) program area. In particular, the position ensures program management support needs are addressed across the Center, especially relative to the multitude of programming grants received by principal investigators within ERC. The position collaborates with ERC Co-Directors, faculty, academic staff and others to ensure compliant fiscal operations. A core function of this position is building and maintaining effective working relationships with administrative leaders, faculty and staff so that they can succeed in accomplishing the mission of ERC and the CNRED program area. The position also works in close collaboration with other program management and fiscal administrative support staff positions within ERC and CNRED in support of their missions.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: - Serve as a lead resource to the ERC Co-Directors, and as needed, the CNRED State Program Associate Director, and other staff in the area of grant planning and development, grant writing, grant management, grant budget development, budgetary invoicing and tracking and fiscal support - Provide lead fiscal management support while working collaboratively with ERC and CNRED administration, faculty and staff; effectively use the WISDM data management system to track and manage budgets for grants, revenue accounts, and ERC funding streams - Provide lead human resource management support to the ERC Co-Directors, and as needed, CNRED State Program Director and State Associate Directorin the development of position descriptions, recruitment plans, appointment contracts, and other duties associated with the filling of grant-funded and state program-related positions; collaborate with the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and Office of Budget and Fiscal Operations - Provide confidential clerical and logistical support to the ERC Co-Directors, and as needed, CNRED State Program Director including regional/national communications, meeting coordination support and logistics, contract and materials preparation, and travel scheduling and expense reimbursement reporting - Collaborate with Principal Investigators (PIs) and the ERC Evaluation Unitto meet reporting requirements of grants (document program effectiveness and relevant program outcome information) - In coordination with the ERC Marketing and Communications Unit, assist with developing external communications via our website, social media, newsletter, and development of PowerPoint presentations - Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs - Participate in state ERC and CNRED program activities as appropriate and needed - Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services - Develop and follow a plan for professional development in priority subject matter consistent with personal and organizational goals

WORKING CONDITIONS: - Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions - Assume occasional travel within the state - Work occasional evenings, as needed, to meet position needs

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS: The Senior Program and Fiscal Administrative Specialist is accountable to the Co-Directors of the Environmental Resources Center, within the University of Wisconsin-Extension Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development Program Area.

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelors degree in a field related to the responsibilities of the position - Significant experience leading, coordinating, managing or administering programs or projects - Demonstrated budget development or fiscal resources management skills - Content knowledge in fields related to the purpose of this position such as program/project management, budgeting, grants management, personnel management, etc. - Capacity in a wide range of computer and technical tools - Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL ALSO DEMONSTRATE MANY OF THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: - Masters or other graduate degree - Experience developing effective partnerships, coalitions, networks or professional work relationships - Ability to work independently and productively with minimal supervision - Ability to communicate ideas effectively orally, in writing and through educational technology - Ability to adapt to changing programming and workplace priorities - Demonstrated knowledge of the mission of Cooperative Extension and a working understanding of Cooperative Extension administrative, human resource, and budgetary policies and procedures

POSITION CLARIFICATION: This position is subject to University of Wisconsin System, University of Wisconsin-Extension and Cooperative Extension human resource policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the UW-Extension Office of Human Resources and those to whom the position is accountable.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY: State of Wisconsin benefits (https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/), including retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. Starting salary range commensurate with minimum and preferred qualifications: $55,406 - $68,000.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: As an affirmative action employer, UW-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. UW-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

TO APPLY All applicants wishing consideration must apply online and attach all required application documents/materials at the time of application. Applications will be accepted March 7, 2017. 1. COVER LETTER (up to two pages) in which you summarize how your qualifications meet those of the position. Please note that your response will be evaluated not only for content but for written communication skills as well. You are encouraged to refer to formal education, training, professional work history, volunteer work, research and any related life experiences in your response. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure your cover letter is as complete a summary of your qualifications as possible: o Prepare a summary paragraph for each of the listed MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS. o Include a paragraph that summarizes the PREFERRED knowledge, skills and abilities which you possess as particular strengths, beyond the minimum qualifications. o If an Initial Position Focus is specified on the first page of the position description, describe any relevant experience you have related to the Initial Position Focus. 2. PROFESSIONAL RESUME, including related education, professional work history and volunteer experience. 3. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL WORK REFERENCES, including at least one person who has been your immediate supervisor. For each reference, please indicate the nature of your professional relationship and include their title, e-mail address and telephone number. 4. FINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS for each of your degrees. Unofficial copies of final college transcripts are acceptable when applying for this position. Official final college transcripts are required upon hire.

Please upload only the materials requested above. Any documents, other than those requested, will be deleted from your application. Application materials that do not comply with these instructions are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications received after the application due date will be accepted through the conclusion of the initial application screening process.

The University will not reveal an applicant's identity who has requested confidentiality during the application process, unless or until there is a public records request and he or she is the successful candidate. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(b).

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

HOW TO APPLY: Please click on the link below to apply. Please scroll down and choose either External or Internal Applicant buttons. http://jobs.ces.uwex.edu/jobs/senior-program-and-fiscal-administrative-specialist-100-environmental-resources-center/

For questions regarding the position, please contact Jenna Klink (jlklink@wisc.edu). For technical questions or assistance, please contact UW Service Center at (888) 298-4159. For all other questions please contact hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu .

OTHER INFORMATION The University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. The University of Wisconsin-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

It is the policy of UW-Extension to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment. If you require an accommodation to participate in any part of the hiring process, please contact Human Resources at hrstaff@uwex.uwc.edu. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

A background check will be conducted for the finalist candidate. Employment is contingent upon a completion of a successful background check and establishment of identity and verification of employment eligibility as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Additionally, UW-Extension reserves the right to verify any/all information you state or imply within your application materials to confirm your qualification(s) prior to appointment to the position.


Healthy Communities Coordinator (100%) MILWAUKEE COUNTY 

POSITION TITLE: Milwaukee County Healthy CommunitiesCoordinator(100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Outreach Specialist title series

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Primarily Milwaukee County. OFFICE LOCATION: 9501 W. Watertown Plank Rd. Building A, Wauwatosa, WI 53226 PURPOSE AND PRIMARY FOCUS OF POSITION: The purpose of this position is to address diet-related disparities by contributing to advancing policy, systems, and environmental changes to promote healthy eating and physical activity behaviors among low-income, urban residents, many of whom are persons of color and who may speak a language other than English (especially people who are eligible to receive SNAP/FoodShare) in Milwaukee County. The Healthy Communities Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Milwaukee County FoodWIse Nutrition Program Administrator to provide leadership to the Milwaukee County FoodWIse Program and will seek opportunities to align program efforts with other UW-Extension Milwaukee County team members. Additionally, this position will work closely with statewide colleagues, other FoodWIse Healthy Communities Coordinators and appropriate partners on building healthy communities initiatives. Local initiatives will be implemented in alignment with statewide FoodWIse program outcomes and federal SNAP-Ed program guidance.

The Milwaukee County FoodWIse Program is a major effort within Cooperative Extension Family Living Programs. The aim of Family Living Programs is to enhance the quality of family and community decisions that affect the family and to increase the abilities of families to adapt to and effect change.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: - Conduct community needs assessments to determine health and nutrition priorities in a single or multi-county region - Build partnerships with community organizations, agencies and coalitions and community leaders, initially utilizing the partnerships established by office educators - Work collaboratively with Milwaukee County Nutrition Education Coordinator, other Extension colleagues and community partners to plan and implement comprehensive multi-level interventions and community and public health approaches to prevent obesity for at risk and limited income populations - Work closely with statewide colleagues, other Healthy Communities Coordinators and appropriate partners on building healthy communities initiatives, including complementary plans, collaborative training and professional development opportunities, and aligned evaluation as appropriate - Create plans of work that address these needs within scope of this position - Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services - Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners - Contribute to scholarly work in keeping with the purpose of this position - Build, strengthen and sustain trust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments - Develop and maintain relationships with programmatic and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate the value of Extension - Collaborate with program-related community coalitions and partnerships - Regularly consult with and report to Extension partners at the county and state levels to ensure accountability - Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies - Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties as requested - Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension office operations - In keeping with the purpose of this position, while teaching, strive to promote and practice healthy eating and, as physically able, low impact physical activity concepts

WORKING CONDITIONS: - Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions - Assume weekly travel throughout theMilwaukeeCountyand occasional travel within the state - Work evenings on a regular basis and occasionally on weekends, as needed, to meet local needs - While teaching, transport teaching materials weighing approximately 10 to 20 poundsto teaching sites, including sites with multiple levels of stairs and long hallway distances

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor degree in public health, nutritional sciences, dietetics, community health education, public health education, community psychology, sociology, or related field. - Strong base of public health knowledge and experience and/or policy development and implementation and/or community development - Demonstrated understanding of and ability to work cooperatively with other agencies and other community-based organizations - Experience with educational program development and evaluation skills including planning and implementing programs, evaluating program effectiveness, and communicating program impact and value to stakeholders - Experience using collaborative leadership to accomplish project goals, including the ability to convene, facilitate, bridge, and leverage diverse groups of stakeholders - Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from diverse backgrounds, including differences in culture, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, physical and cognitive ability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity.

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MAY ALSO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: - Masters in nutrition, public health, epidemiology, community engagement, program evaluation, or a closely related field - Experience working in an urban environment and with racial/ethnic communities, such as knowledge of African American, Latino, Hmong and Native Indian cultures and histories - Spanish speaking, writing and comprehension skills - Understanding and commitment to principles of population health, social and behavioral change theory, and multiple determinants of health - Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and evaluate community-based programs that address health and nutrition needs throughout the lifespan through direct education and policy, systems, and environmental change - Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings - Ability to keep accurate, complete and timely work records - Successful volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences - Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments - Strong interpersonal relationships and problem-solving skills in a team setting - Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies - Knowledge of the legacy of Cooperative Extension as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT: This position is fixed-term terminal academic staff appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension and is subject to UW System, UW-Extension, and Cooperative Extension personnel policies. Under UWEX 10.01 (1), fixed term terminal academic staff appointments are for a definite period of time as specified in the appointment letter and do not carry a guarantee of employment beyond the stated term, regardless of how many times an employment contract is offered to the employee. Fixed term terminal appointments are not subject to the notice periods in UWS 10.05 and UWEX Chapter 10.07. Reappointment to this position after the initial term is dependent upon availability of funding and performance.

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS: The primary accountability relationships for this position are with the East Metro Regional Director (hiring authority), the Family Living Programs State Office, and the MilwaukeeCounty Director.

POSITION CLARIFICATION: This position is subject to UW-System, UW Extension and Cooperative Extension human resource policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY: State of Wisconsin benefits(https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/), including retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. Starting salary commensurate with qualifications: $46,000-50,000.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: As an affirmative action employer, UW-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. UW-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, or identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK: A criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

Date Posted: 02/10/2017 Closing Date: 03/07/2017

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:

1) APPLICATION DUE DATE: To receive full consideration, application materials must be received by 12855and include all of the following (WHEN UPLOADING DOCUMENTS, PDF FORMAT IS PREFERRED): a. COVER LETTER (up to two pages) in which you summarize how your qualifications meet those of the position. Please note that your response will be evaluated not only for content but for written communication skills as well. You are encouraged to refer to formal education, training, professional work history, volunteer work, research and any related life experiences in your response. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure your cover letter is as complete a summary of your qualifications as possible: -Prepare a summary paragraph for each of the listed Minimum Qualifications. -Include a paragraph that summarizes the knowledge, skills and abilities which you possess as particular strengths, beyond the minimum qualifications (see Best Qualified section). -If an "Initial Position Focus" is specified on the first page of the position description, describe any relevant experience you have related to the "Initial Position Focus".

b. PROFESSIONAL RESUME, including related education, professional work history and volunteer experience.

c. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL WORK REFERENCES, including at least one person who has been your immediate supervisor. For each reference, please indicate the nature of your professional relationship and include the persons title, e-mail address and telephone number.

d. FINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS for each of your degrees. Unofficial copies of final college transcripts are acceptable when applying for this position. Official final college transcripts are required upon hire.

Please upload only the materials requested above. Any documents, other than those requested, will be deleted from your application. Application materials that do not comply with these instructions are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications received after the application due date will be accepted through the conclusion of the initial application screening process.

The University will not reveal an applicant's identity who has requested confidentiality during the application process, unless or until there is a public records request and he or she is the successful candidate. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(b).

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

HOW TO APPLY: Please click on the link below to apply. Please scroll down and choose either External or Internal Applicant buttons.

http://jobs.ces.uwex.edu/jobs/healthy-communities-coordinator-100-milwaukee-county/ 


 

INTERIM 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT EDUCATOR (100%)

WINNEBAGO COUNTY

WORKING TITLE: Interim Winnebago County 4-H Youth Development Educator (100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Academic Staff (Lecturer; title prefix to be determined) or Faculty (if filled by a current UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension faculty member at current rank)

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Primarily Winnebago County and occasionally extending beyond county boundaries for specific commitments and team programming.

OFFICE LOCATION: Winnebago County UW-Extension Office, 625 E. County Road Y, Suite 600, Oshkosh, WI 54901

REORGANIZATION IMPLICATIONS:

The University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension has initiated a reorganization process, expected to continue into 2017, and possibly 2018. The position duties and accountabilities described in this position description are intended to ensure necessary program coverage during this time of transition. While the position as described in this position description may be reconfigured due to reorganization, successful completion of the duties and accountabilities will prepare the individual hired for continuing in whatever form this position takes post-reorganization or transfer into other Cooperative Extension Academic Staff or Faculty vacancies for which they qualify. Questions about reorganization implications for current faculty currently going through tenure are best answered by contacting the chair of the Department of Youth Development.

POSITION PURPOSE:

As a colleague of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, employed with Winnebago County, the 4-H Youth Development Educator is an educational leader in teaching, accessing and applying research findings in the social, human and behavioral sciences. The 4-H Youth Development Educator takes a scholarly approach in organizing community resources in support of the inclusive positive development of youth, especially in the areas of leadership and civic engagement.

INITIAL POSITION FOCUS:

This position will focus on youth and adult volunteer development and youth/adult partnerships. This position will focus on the 4-H Community Club Program, lead volunteer development and partner with youth serving organizations. It will also support developing educational programs that reach underserved and underrepresented youth audiences.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

- Design, deliver and teach culturally relevant community-based educational programs through a variety of methods

- Conduct and collect ongoing assessments of community educational needs

- Create a plan of work that integrates research and community needs

- Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services

- Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners

- Regularly prepare educational and promotional materials using appropriate technology

- Identify, recruit and develop volunteer leadership necessary to build program capacity in alignment with the plan of work for the position

- Write, publish and share articles, curricula and program designs

- Build, strengthen and sustain trust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments

- Develop and maintain relationships with programmatic and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate the value of Extension

- Collaborate with program-related community coalitions and partnerships

- Regularly consult with and report to Extension partners at the county and state levels to ensure accountability

- Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies

- Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties as requested

- Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension office operations

- Provide professional guidance and counsel to the 4-H community club program and to other program-related groups and organizations and ensure compliance with university, state and federal policies and laws

WORKING CONDITIONS:

- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions

- Assume weekly travel throughout the county and occasional travel within the state

- Work evenings on a regular basis and occasionally on weekends, as needed, to meet local needs

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:

The primary accountability relationships for this position are with the East-Metro Regional Director (hiring authority), 4-H Youth Development State Program Office, Winnebago County Department Head, and the Winnebago County UW Education, Extension and Agriculture Committee.

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

- Masters degree with course work in educational principles, curriculum development, program evaluation and/or the cognitive and social development of youth and adults

- Demonstrated skills in planning, implementing or teaching educational programs

- Experience in youth related programs

- Experience in volunteer development and management

- Ability to work at a community level and partner with others to address educational needs

- Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL ALSO DEMONSTRATE MANY OF THE FOLLOWING KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

- A minimum of two years of professionally related experience with a focus on youth education, developing community partners or volunteer development

- Demonstrated educational program development skills including planning and implementing programs; evaluating learning experiences; and communicating program impact and value to stakeholders

- Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings

- Knowledge of adult learning principles

- Effective group facilitation skills

- Demonstrated educational program management skills including grant-writing, budget development, and fiscal resources management

- Successful experience developing volunteers and managing volunteer-delivered programs

- Experience (paid or volunteer) in working at a community level and partnering with others to address educational needs

- Experience developing effective partnerships or coalitions with community partners and local governments

- Successful volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences

- Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments

- Strong interpersonal relationship and problem-solving skills in a team setting

- Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies

- Ability to promote Cooperative Extension and its programs through various media and public relations strategies

- Knowledge of the legacy of Cooperative Extension as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

POSITION CLARIFICATION:

This position is subject to University of Wisconsin System, University of Wisconsin-Extension and Cooperative Extension human resources policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:

If filled as Faculty by a current Cooperative Extension Faculty member, this position will adhere to the terms of faculty appointment (including State of Wisconsin benefits) under which the faculty member was hired, at the current rank.

If filled as Academic Staff, this position will be a fixed-term terminal appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension. If this position is appointed as a fixed-term terminal academic staff appointment, the following terms will apply: 1) Under University of Wisconsin-Extension 10.01 (1), fixed-term terminal academic staff appointments are for a definite period of time as specified in the appointment letter and do not carry a guarantee of employment beyond the stated term, regardless of how many times an employment contact is offered to the employee. 2) Fixed-term terminal appointments are not subject to the notice periods in University of Wisconsin System 10.05 and University of Wisconsin-Extension Chapter 10.07.

This appointment is anticipated to begin on March 1, 2017 and continue through August 31, 2017. This appointment may be reappointed for a period of time if needed for continued program coverage. The position is not anticipated to convert to a faculty or academic staff appointment as part of the nEXT Generation reorganization.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY:

State of Wisconsin benefits (https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/) is dependent upon the benefits eligibility status of the successful candidate. If the successful candidate is currently eligible, the benefits package will include retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. If this appointment is for at least 6 months, and if the successful candidate is not currently eligible for State of Wisconsin benefits, benefits eligibility will be limited to health insurance, and other related insurances only. If this appointment is for less than 6 months, and the successful candidate is not currently eligible for State of Wisconsin benefits, no benefits will be provided as part of this appointment. Questions about benefits eligibility for this appointment may be forwarded to ces.jobs@ces.uwex.edu. Salary range commensurate with minimum and preferred qualifications: $45,000-$52,000 ((equivalent full time annual salary that will be prorated to reflect the short-term nature of this appointment).

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

As an affirmative action employer, University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. University of Wisconsin-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:

A criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested following final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

Posting Date: 2/3/17

Closing Date: 2/17/17

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:

1) APPLICATION DUE DATE: To receive full consideration, application materials must be received by February 17, 2017 and include all of the following (WHEN UPLOADING DOCUMENTS, PDF FORMAT IS PREFERRED):

a. COVER LETTER (up to two pages) in which you summarize how your qualifications meet those of the position. Please note that your response will be evaluated not only for content but for written communication skills as well. You are encouraged to refer to formal education, training, professional work history, volunteer work, research and any related life experiences in your response. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure your cover letter is as complete a summary of your qualifications as possible:

-Prepare a summary paragraph for each of the listed Minimum Qualifications.

-Include a paragraph that summarizes the knowledge, skills and abilities which you possess as particular strengths, beyond the minimum qualifications (see Best Qualified section).

-If an "Initial Position Focus" is specified on the first page of the position description, describe any relevant experience you have related to the "Initial Position Focus".

b. PROFESSIONAL RESUME, including related education, professional work history and volunteer experience.

c. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL WORK REFERENCES, including at least one person who has been your immediate supervisor. For each reference, please indicate the nature of your professional relationship and include the persons title, e-mail address and telephone number.

d. FINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS for each of your degrees. Unofficial copies of final college transcripts are acceptable when applying for this position. Official final college transcripts are required upon hire.

Please upload only the materials requested above. Any documents, other than those requested, will be deleted from your application. Application materials that do not comply with these instructions are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications received after the application due date will be accepted through the conclusion of the initial application screening process.

The University will not reveal an applicant’s identity who has requested confidentiality during the application process, unless or until there is a public records request and he or she is the successful candidate. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(b). 

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please click on the link below to apply. Please scroll down and choose either External or Internal Applicant buttons.

http://jobs.ces.uwex.edu/jobs/1172/ 


 

INTERIM COMMUNITY, NATURAL RESOURCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EDUCATOR (100%)

OUTAGAMIE AND WINNEBAGO COUNTIES

WORKING TITLE: Interim Outagamie and Winnebago Counties Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development (CNRED) Educator (100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Lecturer (title prefix to be determined) or Faculty (if filled by a current UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension faculty member at current rank)

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Primarily Outagamie and Winnebago Counties and occasionally extending beyond county boundaries for specific commitments and team programming.

OFFICE LOCATION: Outagamie County UW-Extension Office, 3365 West Brewster Street, Appleton, WI 54914 AND Winnebago County UW-Extension Office, 625 East County Road Y, Suite 600, Oshkosh, WI 54901-8131

REORGANIZATION IMPLICATIONS:

The University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension has initiated a reorganization process, expected to continue through 2017, and possibly into 2018. The position duties and accountabilities described in this position description are intended to ensure necessary program coverage during this time of transition and until reorganization occurs. Successful completion of the duties and accountabilities of this position will prepare the individual hired for consideration in future position vacancies, which could include transfer into other Cooperative Extension Academic Staff or Faculty vacancies for which they qualify. Questions about reorganization implications for current faculty currently going through tenure are best answered by contacting the Chair of the Department of Community Resource Development.

POSITION PURPOSE:

As a colleague of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, employed with Outagamie and Winnebago Counties, the Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development Educator is an educational leader in teaching, accessing and applying research-based knowledge from the fields of leadership and organizational development, community development, local government education, business and economic development and natural resources in order to meet identified educational needs and interests of citizens, civic groups, businesses and local governments. The Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development Educator takes a scholarly approach in strengthening communities and local government through educational programming that builds understanding and leads to improved decision-making and leadership skills.

INITIAL POSITION FOCUS:

The initial focus of this position will provide educational programming and coordination of local government outreach, community planning and public participation, and community organizational development for ongoing collaborative efforts in the counties.

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

- Design, deliver and teach culturally relevant community-based educational programs through a variety of methods

- Conduct and collect ongoing assessments of community educational needs

- Create a plan of work that integrates research and community needs

- Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and do not discriminate to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services

- Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners

- Regularly prepare educational and promotional materials using appropriate technology

- Identify, recruit and develop volunteer leadership necessary to carry out work plans

- Write, publish and share articles, curricula and program designs

- Build, strengthen and sustain trust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments

- Develop and maintain relationships with programmatic and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate the value of Cooperative Extension

- Collaborate with program-related community coalitions and partnerships

- Regularly consult with and report to Extension partners at the county and state levels to ensure accountability

- Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies

- Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties as requested

- Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension office operations

WORKING CONDITIONS:

- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions

- Assume weekly travel throughout the county and occasional travel within the state

- Work evenings on a regular basis and occasionally on weekends, as needed, to meet local needs

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:

The primary accountability relationships for this position are with the East-Metro Regional Director (hiring authority), Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development State Program Office, Outagamie and Winnebago County Department Heads, the Outagamie County Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning and Land Conservation Committee and the Winnebago County UW Education, Extension and Agriculture Committee.

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

- Masters or other graduate degree, with at least one degree in a field that relates to the responsibilities of this position such as community development, economic development, urban and regional planning, leadership and organizational development or natural resources related fields.

- Current content knowledge in fields related to the purpose of this position such as local government education, community economic development or organizational development.

- Demonstrated skills in planning, implementing or teaching educational programs

- Ability to work at a community level and partner with others to address educational needs

- Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL ALSO DEMONSTRATE MANY OF THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: [FOR BOTH FACULTY AND ACADEMIC STAFF]

- Demonstrated educational program development skills including planning and implementing programs; evaluating learning experiences; and communicating program impact and value to stakeholders

- Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings

- Knowledge of adult learning principles

- Effective group facilitation skills

- Demonstrated educational program management skills including grant-writing, budget development, and fiscal resources management

- Successful experience developing volunteers and managing volunteer-delivered programs

- Experience (paid or volunteer) in working at a community level and partnering with others to address educational needs

- Experience developing effective partnerships or coalitions with community partners and local governments

- Volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds

- Successful volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences

- Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments

- Strong interpersonal relationship and problem-solving skills in a team setting

- Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies

- Ability to promote Cooperative Extension and its programs through various media and public relations strategies

- Knowledge of the legacy of Cooperative Extension, as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

POSITION CLARIFICATION:

This position is subject to University of Wisconsin System, University of Wisconsin-Extension and Cooperative Extension human resources policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:

This appointment is anticipated to begin March 1, 2017 and continue through August 31, 2017. This appointment may be reappointed for a period of time if needed for continued program coverage.

If filled as Faculty by a current Cooperative Extension faculty member, this position will adhere to the terms of faculty appointment (including State of Wisconsin benefits) under which the faculty member was hired, at the current rank.

If filled as Academic Staff, this position will be a fixed-term terminal appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension. If this position is appointed as a fixed-term terminal academic staff appointment, the following terms will apply: 1) Under University of Wisconsin-Extension 10.01 (1), fixed term terminal academic staff appointments are for a definite period of time as specified in the appointment letter and do not carry a guarantee of employment beyond the stated term, regardless of how many times an employment contract is offered to the employee. 2) Fixed term terminal appointments are not subject to the notice periods in University of Wisconsin System 10.05 and University of Wisconsin-Extension Chapter 10.07.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY:

State of Wisconsin benefits eligibility (https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/) is dependent upon the benefits eligibility status of the successful candidate. If the successful candidate is currently eligible, the benefits package will include retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. If the successful candidate is not currently eligible for State of Wisconsin benefits, benefits eligibility will be limited to health insurance, and other related insurances only for a 6-month appointment. No insurance benefits are offered with appointments that are less than 6 months. Questions about benefits eligibility for this appointment may be forwarded to ces.jobs@ces.uwex.edu.  Salary range commensurate with minimum and preferred qualifications: $45,000 to $65,000

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

As an affirmative action employer, University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. University of Wisconsin-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK:

A criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested following interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

Position Posted: 2/3/17

Closing Date: 2/17/17

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:

1) APPLICATION DUE DATE: To receive full consideration, application materials must be received by February 17, 2017 and include all of the following (WHEN UPLOADING DOCUMENTS, PDF FORMAT IS PREFERRED):

a. COVER LETTER (up to two pages) in which you summarize how your qualifications meet those of the position. Please note that your response will be evaluated not only for content but for written communication skills as well. You are encouraged to refer to formal education, training, professional work history, volunteer work, research and any related life experiences in your response. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure your cover letter is as complete a summary of your qualifications as possible:

-Prepare a summary paragraph for each of the listed Minimum Qualifications.

-Include a paragraph that summarizes the knowledge, skills and abilities which you possess as particular strengths, beyond the minimum qualifications (see Best Qualified section).

-If an "Initial Position Focus" is specified on the first page of the position description, describe any relevant experience you have related to the "Initial Position Focus".

b. PROFESSIONAL RESUME, including related education, professional work history and volunteer experience.

c. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL WORK REFERENCES, including at least one person who has been your immediate supervisor. For each reference, please indicate the nature of your professional relationship and include the persons title, e-mail address and telephone number.

d. FINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS for each of your degrees. Unofficial copies of final college transcripts are acceptable when applying for this position. Official final college transcripts are required upon hire.

Please upload only the materials requested above. Any documents, other than those requested, will be deleted from your application. Application materials that do not comply with these instructions are incomplete and will not be considered. Applications received after the application due date will be accepted through the conclusion of the initial application screening process.

The University will not reveal an applicant’s identity who has requested confidentiality during the application process, unless or until there is a public records request and he or she is the successful candidate. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(b). 

A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested at the time of final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please click on the link below to apply. Please scroll down and choose either External or Internal Applicant buttons.

http://jobs.ces.uwex.edu/jobs/interim-community 


 

Tenure-Track Nursing Instructor, Two (2) Openings

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for two, tenure-track, Nursing Instructors.

The primary responsibility of Nursing Instructors is to facilitate student learning in the classroom and clinical settings. Teaching and workload assignments are scheduled throughout the calendar year, including summer and will require evening and weekend obligations at the Redfield campus and at off-campus clinical settings.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Bachelor’s degree or higher in Nursing from a regionally accredited institution.

2. Master’s degree in a related field from a regionally accredited institution.

3. Current or eligible for Nevada Nursing License.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Master’s degree in Nursing from a regionally accredited institution.

2. Certification in a specialty area of nursing.

3. Teaching experience in a post-secondary institution.

Conditions of Employment
These are full-time, tenure-track positions reporting to the Director of Nursing.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

These positions have been identified as difficult to recruit and are eligible for a zero rank, non-tenure track market rate salary placement.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Instruct students in nursing theory and practice using appropriate course outcomes developed by college-wide subject area faculty. Assess student performance in these courses.

2. Assist with curriculum review, revision, and develop new course materials and innovative instructional concepts and techniques designed to facilitate student learning.

3. Apply teaching techniques effective in a laboratory/clinical setting utilizing state of the art delivery systems.

4. Prepare lesson plans, syllabi and course information sheets, create appropriate teaching aids, and arrange provision of instructional materials and activities for student usage in classes and as homework assignments.

5. Attend and participate in non-classroom activities such as staff development, department and division meetings, student advisement, student recruitment, and student retention.

6. Ability to teach or supplement courses via distance education platforms.

7. Provide professional assistance to staff and students. Assist the program director in mentoring part time faculty.

8. Annually define short term and long term professional development goals designed to remain current in the discipline.

9. Teach 30 (15/15) credit or contact hours during the academic year, August through May.

10. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.

11. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

12. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Nursing
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1198 


 

Tenure-Track Biology Instructor, Two (2) Openings

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for two tenure-track, Biology Instructors.

Major teaching responsibilities will be in the areas of Introductory Cell and Molecular Biology and/or Human Anatomy & Physiology and/or General Microbiology and/or Non-Majors Biology. Additional areas may include Organismal Biology, Evolution, Botany or special topics.

Other scholarly activities may include developing new pedagogical techniques, creating new courses or programs, engaging and publishing in discipline or educational research, advising students, mentoring students in undergraduate research, and outreach activities to recruit, retain, include, and engage students from a wide spectrum of backgrounds.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Master’s degree in a Biological Science or closely related discipline from a regionally accredited institution with at least 18 graduate credits in biological sciences.

2. One year (30 semester credit equivalent) of teaching experience at the post-secondary level.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Ph.D. in a Biological Science or closely related discipline from a regionally accredited institution.

2. Demonstrated teaching experience with a diverse student population, such as at a community or predominantly 2-year college or minority-serving institution.

3. Demonstrated teaching experience in such areas as Introductory Cell and Molecular Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, General Microbiology, Genetics or Ecology.

4. Further academic training, research, service or scholarship experiences that emphasize depth and breadth of knowledge in biology. This may include developing new pedagogical techniques, courses, or programs, participation in biological or educational research, collaborations with faculty or professional board members, leadership in professional societies or organizations, applying for institutional, state or federal grants, or training and participation in undergraduate mentoring and research initiatives.

5. Contributions in teaching, scholarship, research or service that demonstrate experience with, knowledge of, and sensitivity to the needs of culturally diverse and underserved populations, including low-income and first-generation students.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, tenure-track position reporting to the Dean of Sciences.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Teach 30 (15/15) credit or contact hours during the academic year, August through May.

2. Prepare lesson plans and course syllabi, create teaching aids, and provide students with instructional materials and activities for classroom use and as homework assignments.

3. Instruct students in Biology using appropriate course objectives, learning outcomes, and measures developed by Biology and Community Health Science Department faculty and evaluated by a College-wide Curriculum Review Committee (CRC).

4. Regularly assess courses taught, and participate in formal course and program assessment conducted by the Department.

5. Assist with curriculum review and revision, and develop new course materials and pedagogical techniques to facilitate student learning of Biology.

6. Utilize standard computer and audio/visual technology to instruct in the classroom and laboratory settings.

7. Teach or supplement instruction with distance education platforms/learning management systems.

8. Maintain accurate records of student attendance and grades, and submit grades electronically and on time.

9. Hold a weekly minimum of five (5) regular, published office hours on campus during the academic year, August through May.

10. Participate in student advisement, recruitment, and retention efforts.

11. Attend and participate in non-classroom activities including Department and Division meetings, professional development workshops, College or NSHE committees, and community service activities.

12. Annually define short-term and long-term professional development goals to remain current in the discipline.

13. Assist the Department Chair in mentoring part-time faculty.

14. Work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, students, and the community to promote the College’s interests and the people it serves.

15. Perform duties in a manner consistent with College standards, mission, and goals, and comply with published College policies and procedures.

16. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of students.

17. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Biology
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date 03/01/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1180 


 

Tenure-Track Nutrition Instructor

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Nutrition Instructor.

This position is responsible for courses in general education nutrition as well as 200 level program courses for Dietetic Technician Program.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Master’s degree in a Nutrition Science/Dietetics or closely related discipline (public health) from a regionally accredited institution with at least 18 graduate credits in nutritional science/dietetics.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Hold a credential as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

2. Two or more years of teaching experience preferred at the post-secondary level.

3. Have experience teaching in an accredited dietetics program with a broad spectrum of courses taught.
Teaching experience and expertise with current academic technology are highly desirable.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, tenure-track position reporting to the Dean of Sciences.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Instruct students in Nutrition/Dietetics using appropriate course outcomes developed by college-wide subject area faculty; assess student performance in these courses.

2. Assist with curriculum review, revision, and development of new course materials and innovative instructional concepts and techniques to facilitate student learning.

3. Apply teaching techniques effectively in classroom, lab and shop settings utilizing state-of-the-art delivery systems, current tools and equipment.

4. Prepare lesson plans, syllabi, course information sheets and create appropriate teaching aids. Arrange provision of instructional materials and activities for student usage with homework assignments and in classes.

5. Attend and participate in non-classroom activities such as staff development, department and division meetings, college or NSHE committees and community service activities.

6. Participate in student advisement, recruitment and retention efforts.

7. Annually define short and long-range professional development goals to remain current in the discipline.

8. Provide professional assistance to staff and students.

9. Assist the department chair in mentoring part-time faculty.

10. Teach 30 (15/15) credit or contact hours during the academic year, August through May.

11. Teach days, evenings, and/or weekend classes at one or more college locations.

12. Maintain regular office hours in a shared or private office.

13. Communicate and interact effectively with students, staff, and the community.

14. Work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty and students in the best interests of the college and the people it serves.

15. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

16. Comply with published college policies and procedures.

17. Other duties as assigned.

The College
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Nutrition
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date 03/01/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1176


 

Tenure-Track Chemistry Instructor

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Chemistry Instructor.

The successful applicant for this position will be responsible for teaching lower-division, university-transferable courses and will be instructing students both in the classroom and lab settings, on field trips (as necessary), and in online courses. The main teaching responsibilities for this position are General Chemistry 1 and 2 and non-majors Chemistry.

The successful applicant will also assist in all aspects of coordinating with part-time instructors, developing and assessing chemistry curriculum, and expanding and improving the Chemistry program at TMCC.

The Chemistry Instructor position is part of the Physical Sciences department at TMCC. The successful applicant will be joining a department committed to implementing best practices in active-learning and formal assessment and also in engaging with the national community of college science educators. The successful applicant shares similar values and will contribute to strengthening the already existing culture of the department.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Master’s degree in Chemistry from a regionally accredited institution.

2. 30 credits of teaching college level Chemistry or related discipline or combination of the preceding in a post-secondary setting as the instructor of record for courses taught. (Experience as a teaching assistant, lab assistant, or as a guest lecturer does not count towards this qualification.)

Preferred Qualifications
1. A Ph.D. in Chemistry or a related field from a regionally accredited institution.

2. Evidence of using research-based, best practices in teaching college level science.

3. Evidence of using a cycle of formal assessment and revising instruction for improving student learning gains.

4. More than 30 credits of teaching college level Chemistry or related discipline or combination of the preceding in a post-secondary setting as the instructor of record for courses taught. (Experience as a teaching assistant, lab assistant, or as a guest lecturer does not count towards this qualification.)

5. Teaching experience in a community college setting.

6. Evidence of participating in the teaching/learning/education sections of professional societies relevant to your discipline.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, tenure-track position reporting to the Dean of Sciences.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Teach 30 credit hours during the academic year (15 for fall semester and 15 for spring semester). Teaching includes both classroom teaching and lab teaching.

2. Use research-based, best practices for teaching college level science.

3. Create course syllabi, lesson plans, instructional materials, exams, homework assignments and other relevant course documents as needed.

4. Conduct formal assessment of one’s own classes and use the results to improve one’s teaching as measured by student learning gains.

5. Assist in coordinating all aspects of curriculum instruction and formal assessment across multiple course sections.

6. Assist efforts for expanding and improving the Chemistry program at TMCC.

7. Keep all official documentation for courses up to date.

8. Participate in the teaching/learning/education sections of professional societies relevant to your discipline.

9. Contribute to the department culture of teaching and learning excellence.

10. Take part in college governance by attending meetings for your home department and home division and by participating on college committees and/or NSHE committees of your choosing.

11. Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts.

12. Teach evening and/or weekend classes and labs as well as day classes and labs at one or more of the college locations as needed.

13. Maintain regular office hours for consulting with students on academic issues.

14. Respond to requests for information and provide reporting to the college as needed in a timely manner.

15. Collaborate with faculty at other NSHE institutions and/or teachers in the local school districts as opportunities arise.

16. Use relevant software for generating, inputting and retrieving information necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position.

17. Monitor safety procedures and rules and ensure that students follow established policies and procedures. Follow established protocols for safe handling of lab equipment, materials, chemicals and waste.

18. Work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students in the best interest of the college and the people it serves.

19. Perform other activities as defined in the faculty annual plan.

20. Comply with published college policies and procedures.

21. Other duties as assigned.

22. Perform all assigned duties in a manner that serves the best interests of students and is consistent with standards, mission and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Physical Sciences
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date 03/01/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1181


Tenure-Track Community Health Science Instructor

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a tenure-track, Community Health Science Instructor.

Major teaching responsibilities will be in the areas of Introductory Community Health Science and/or Personal Health and Wellness and/or Public Health Biology and/or Introductory Environmental Health. Additional areas may include Biostatistics, Technical Writing for Health Science, or special topics.

Other scholarly activities may include developing new pedagogical techniques, creating new courses or programs, engaging and publishing in discipline or educational research, advising students, mentoring students in undergraduate research, and outreach activities to recruit, retain, include, and engage students from a wide spectrum of backgrounds.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Administration, or closely related field from a regionally accredited institution with at least 18 credits in Public Health, Health Science, Community Health Science, Kinesiology, Epidemiology or closely related discipline.

2. Teaching experience at the post-secondary level and/or professional presentations.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Demonstrated teaching experience with a diverse student population, such as at a community or predominantly 2-year college or minority serving institution.

2. Demonstrated teaching experience in such areas as Introductory Community Health Science, Personal Health and Wellness, Public Health Biology, Introductory Environmental Health, Biostatistics or Epidemiology.

3. Work experience in a health care facility or state public health services department, or additional academic training, research, service or scholarship experiences that emphasize depth and breadth of knowledge in public health. This may include developing new pedagogical techniques, courses, or programs, participation in public health or educational research, collaborations with faculty or professional board members, leadership in professional societies or organizations, applying for institutional, state or federal grants, or training and participation in undergraduate mentoring and research initiatives.

4. Contributions in teaching, scholarship, research or service that demonstrate experience with, knowledge of, and sensitivity to the needs of culturally diverse and underserved populations, including low-income and first-generation students.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, tenure-track position reporting to the Dean of Sciences.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Teach 30 (15/15) credit or contact hours during the academic year, August through May.

2. Prepare lesson plans and course syllabi, create teaching aids, and provide students with instructional materials and activities for classroom use and as homework assignments.

3. Instruct students in Community Health Science using appropriate course objectives, learning outcomes, and measures developed by Biology and Community Health Science Department faculty and evaluated by a College-wide Curriculum Review Committee (CRC).

4. Regularly assess courses taught, and participate in formal course and program assessment conducted by the Department.

5. Assist with curriculum review and revision, and develop new course materials and pedagogical techniques to facilitate student learning of Community and Public Health.

6. Utilize standard computer and audio/visual technology to instruct in the classroom and laboratory settings.

7. Teach or supplement instruction with distance education platforms/learning management systems.

8. Maintain accurate records of student attendance and grades, and submit grades electronically and on time.

9. Hold a weekly minimum of five (5) regular, published office hours on campus during the academic year, August through May.

10. Participate in student advisement, recruitment, and retention efforts.

11. Attend and participate in non-classroom activities including Department and Division meetings, professional development workshops, College or NSHE committees, and community service activities.

12. Annually define short-term and long-term professional development goals to remain current in the discipline.

13. Assist the Department Chair in mentoring part-time faculty.

14. Work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, students, and the community to promote the College’s interests and the people it serves.

15. Perform duties in a manner consistent with College standards, mission, and goals, and comply with published College policies and procedures.

16. Understand and accept the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of students.

17. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Sciences
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date 03/01/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1179


Tenure-Track Theater Instructor

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Theater Instructor.

The major responsibilities of the instructor include teaching theater classes and working as a vital member of the TMCC Performing Arts Team. The preferred candidate will provide a visionary plan for the future of Performing Arts and an entertainment technology. Evening (rehearsals) and weekend (performance) work will be required.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Master’s Degree or M.F.A. in theater, theater arts management, or a related field with a background in theater.

2. Evidence of performance and/or production work within a teamwork setting.

3. Experience with production technology and set design and building.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Experience working with diverse populations.

2. A strong background in theater or extensive professional theater experience.

3. Evidence of Artistic Director experience and/or performing arts center management.

4. One (1) year (or 30 credits) of successful teaching experience in a post-secondary institution.

5. Experience in curriculum development and assessment.

6. A proven capability in two or more of these specialized theater skills: marketing and audience building, directing theater, set design and building, technical theater and design, multicultural theater, film and television experience.

7. Evidence of interdisciplinary work in the performing arts and technology.

8. Experience developing certificate programs in entertainment technology.

9. Evidence of innovative instructional techniques and technologies and strong communication skills.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, tenure-track position reporting to the Dean of Liberal Arts.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Assist the Performing Arts Coordinator and the Department Chair with the following:
Schedule classes for Theater.
Interview and help select part-time Instructor.
Provide assistance and guidance for part-time faculty.
Help select textbooks and ancillary materials for instruction.

2. Assist in the conceptualization and development of new Performing Arts spaces.

3. Assist in the team effort to grow and strengthen the Performing Arts.

4. In conjunction with the Performing Arts Coordinator, act as liaison between the College and the University, high schools, community groups and the professional world.

5. Teach 30 (15/15) credit or contact hours during the academic year equivalent to tenure track faculty in the same academic discipline.

6. Teach evening and/or weekend classes as well as day classes at one, or more, of our sites.

7. Develop, articulate, and teach new courses as required in discipline.

8. Provide leadership in developing new programs and innovative instructional concepts in meeting the changing needs of students, the department and the community.

9. Develop instructional concepts, techniques and technologies to make classroom learning innovative and exciting.

10. Prepare course outlines, syllabi and instructional materials.

11. Hold/maintain regular office hours in an office provided by the College.

12. Participate in non-classroom activities such as staff development, department and division meetings, college committees, NSHE committees, student recruitment and community service.

13. Provide assistance and guidance for part-time faculty. Assist department chair in mentoring part-time faculty.

14. Be involved in student advisement and retention efforts.

15. Actively contribute to outcomes assessment strategies, course and program development, long and short-range planning, faculty recruitment, and institutional reporting activities.

16. Develop outcomes and outcome assessments for each class and include in syllabi.

17. Participate in preparing annual and long-range plans for assigned program.

18. Perform other activities as defined in the faculty annual plan.

19. Annually define long and short-range professional development goals to remain current in the discipline.

20. Work with colleagues to plan and implement curriculum and create an environment of consensus decision making.

21. Contribute to budget requests and initiatives for departmental needs.

22. Use computer software programs to input, retrieve and generate necessary information.

23. Work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty and students in the best interest of the college and the people it serves.

24. Work with administrators and faculty to develop program goals commensurate with the role and mission of the community college.

25. Comply with departmental administrative responsibilities and will published college policies and procedures.

26. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Visual and Performing Arts
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date 03/01/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1177


 

Tenure-Track Communications Instructor

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Communications Instructor.

The major responsibilities of the instructor include teaching a variety of communication studies courses and working as a vital member of the TMCC Team. The preferred candidate will provide a visionary plan for the future of communication studies at TMCC and will demonstrate the ability to teach behavioral approaches to assisting students with effective job communication skills. Evening and weekend teaching as well as teaching at multiple locations in the Reno/Sparks area may be required.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Master’s Degree in Communication Studies, or a closely related field. (Please send explanation of how qualifications are met if degree is in a closely related field.)

2. Evidence of performance and/or professional work in the field of communication studies.

3. Evidence of innovative instructional techniques, technologies, and strong written and oral communication skills.

4. Proven ability to work cooperatively with others in a professional and collegial manner.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Experience working with diverse populations.

2. A strong background in job communication skills and public speaking.

3. Evidence of professional work outside academia involving interpersonal or organizational communication.

4. One (1) year (or 30 credits) of successful teaching experience in a post-secondary institution.

5. Experience in curriculum development and assessment.

6. A proven capability in two or more of these specialized communication skills: interpersonal communication, intercultural communication, and/or job communication skills.

7. Experience teaching courses in intercultural/cross-cultural communication.

8. Evidence of interdisciplinary work in the humanities.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, tenure-track position reporting to the Dean of Liberal Arts.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Teach 30 credit hours during the academic year (15 for fall semester and 15 for spring semester). Teaching includes both classroom teaching and lab teaching.

2. Use research-based, best practices for teaching college level science.

3. Create course syllabi, lesson plans, instructional materials, exams, homework assignments and other relevant course documents as needed.

4. Conduct formal assessment of one’s own classes and use the results to improve one’s teaching as measured by student learning gains.

5. Assist in coordinating all aspects of curriculum instruction and formal assessment across multiple course sections.

6. Assist efforts for expanding and improving the Chemistry program at TMCC.

7. Keep all official documentation for courses up to date.

8. Participate in the teaching/learning/education sections of professional societies relevant to your discipline.

9. Contribute to the department culture of teaching and learning excellence.

10. Take part in college governance by attending meetings for your home department and home division and by participating on college committees and/or NSHE committees of your choosing.

11. Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts.

12. Teach evening and/or weekend classes and labs as well as day classes and labs at one or more of the college locations as needed.

13. Maintain regular office hours for consulting with students on academic issues.

14. Respond to requests for information and provide reporting to the college as needed in a timely manner.

15. Collaborate with faculty at other NSHE institutions and/or teachers in the local school districts as opportunities arise.

16. Use relevant software for generating, inputing and retrieving information necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position.

17. Monitor safety procedures and rules and ensure that students follow established policies and procedures. Follow established protocols for safe handling of lab equipment, materials, chemicals and waste.

18. Work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students in the best interest of the college and the people it serves.

19. Perform other activities as defined in the faculty annual plan.

20. Comply with published college policies and procedures.

21. Other duties as assigned.

22. Perform all assigned duties in a manner that serves the best interests of students and is consistent with standards, mission and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Humanities
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date 03/01/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1186


Tenure-Track Radiologic Technology/MRI Instructor

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a tenure-track MRI Instructor.

The major areas of responsibility of the MRI Instructor are to teach and develop theory, arrange for appropriate learning experiences in the clinical and practice lab settings, grade and evaluate students in theory and the clinical setting, and coordinate theory and clinical instruction with other faculty for appropriate learning experiences.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Bachelor’s degree in a health field related to Radiologic Technology from a regionally accredited institution.

2. Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists registration in Radiography or equivalent (A.R.R.T. registered).

3. Two years of clinical experience in the professional discipline.

4. One year of teaching experience in a related discipline.

5. One year of clinical experience in MRI.

6. One year of experience in a JRCERT or Regionally accredited radiography or MRI program.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.

2. Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists registration in radiography and MRI (ARRT registered).

3. Two years of clinical experience in MRI.

4. Two years of clinical experience in radiography.

5. Two years of teaching experience in a radiography and/or MRI program.

6. One year of experience as a clinical coordinator in an accredited radiography program.

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, tenure-track position reporting to the Dean of Sciences.

“B” 172 day contracts are for academic year programs and obligate the faculty member for service during the academic year. For contractual purposes, the period of the contract begins August and ends with spring graduation in May.

This position has been identified as difficult to recruit and are eligible for a zero rank, non-tenure track market rate salary placement.

EEO Statement
TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities
Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Instruct students in Radiologic Technology modalities, such as radiography, MRI, etc., using appropriate course outcomes developed by college-wide subject area faculty; assess student performance in these courses.

2. Assist with curriculum review, revision, and development of new course materials and innovative instructional concepts and techniques to facilitate student learning.

3. Apply teaching techniques effectively in classroom, lab and shop settings utilizing state-of-the-art delivery systems, current tools and equipment.

4. Prepare lesson plans, syllabi, course information sheets and create appropriate teaching aids. Arrange provision of instructional materials and activities for student usage with homework assignments and in classes.

5. Attend and participate in non-classroom activities such as staff development, department and division meetings, college or NSHE committees and community service activities.

6. Participate in student advisement, recruitment and retention efforts.

7. Annually define short and long-range professional development goals to remain current in the discipline.

8. Provide professional assistance to staff and students.

9. Assist the department chair in mentoring part-time faculty.

10. Teach 30 (15/15) credit or contact hours during the academic year, August through May.

11. Teach days, evenings, and/or weekend classes at one or more college locations.

12. Maintain regular office hours in a shared or private office.

13. Communicate and interact effectively with students, staff, and the community.

14. Work in a professional and collegial manner with faculty and students in the best interests of the college and the people it serves.

15. Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

16. Comply with published college policies and procedures.

17. Other duties as assigned.

The College
Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants
Hiring is contingent upon anticipated appropriate levels of state funding.

Department Radiologic Technology
Salary Information Dependent on education and experience.
Benefits Information
TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 01/31/2017
Job Close Date 03/01/2017
Open Until Filled No
Job Category Academic Faculty

For complete application requirements, go to https://jobs.tmcc.edu/postings/1178


STEM Academy Instructor/Coordinator

Salish Kootenai College

Salish Kootenai Tribal College in beautiful northwest Montana seeks to hire a full-time Instructor/Coordinator to work on the development and operation of its new STEM Academy for high school students at SKC. The academy will work extensively with Native high school students to prepare them to enter college degrees and professions emphasizing biobehavioral/biomedical research. The program coordinator will work closely with high school administrators, teachers, and students as well as SKC faculty and STEM professionals. She/he will be responsible for recruiting and mentoring students, monitoring their progress in STEM dual enrollment courses at SKC, assisting them in developing and conducting research projects with SKC faculty and STEM professionals, teaching STEM and research courses, and interfacing with schools and parents whose students are enrolled in the academy. Qualifications for this position are a minimum of a Master’s degree in a STEM discipline, at least two years of experience working with high school age students, at least two years of STEM research-related work, at least two years of experience in program coordination, and at least two years of experience teaching secondary and/or college level STEM courses. Additional desirable qualifications include significant experience working with high schools in reservation settings and two years of working in college settings. Full time position, salary $37,000-$45,000 DOE plus full benefits package.

For more information or to apply for this job, please contact Rachel_andrewsgould@skc.edu , 406-275-4800.

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Coordinator, Student Engagement Outreach 

Department: ASUN Management 

Department Web Address: http://www.unr.edu/student-engagement 

Full time Equivalent: 100%

Position Type: Administrative Faculty 

Comp Grade: B

Tenure Track: Non Tenure Track 

Job Description: The Coordinator for Student Engagement Outreach is a key part of the Associated Students of University of Nevada (ASUN) Center for Student Engagement (CSE). The Coordinator analyzes and evaluates assessment data related to civic engagement and student learning outcomes to determine program success and writes grant proposals and reports. As part of their daily responsibilities, the incumbent works with community partners, student services, faculty, and students to develop civic engagement partnerships; collaborates with departments, clubs, and organizations to promote on- and off-campus civic engagement opportunities; and executes successful civic engagement events to include detail management, program finance oversight, and assessment of student learning outcomes. Additionally, the Coordinator develops and implements various learning opportunities in the academic and co-curricular classroom; supports co-curricular transcript implementation; and oversees a number of programs within the Center for Student Engagement including: Pack Provisions, Silver Paw award, iLeadNevada volunteer opportunities, and the iLead mentorship program.

A successful candidate will demonstrate the following: excellent verbal and written communication; analytical skills, data based decision-making, critical thinking/inquiry, and problem solving skills; a commitment to the ethical and moral leadership development of students; a commitment to valuing the rich diversity of our university; supporting student self-direction; and interpersonal and human relations skills.

The University of Nevada, Reno is one of eight institutions of higher education governed by the Nevada System of Higher Education. With a growing student enrollment in the Fall of 2016 of 21,353, 36% of our student body are from traditionally underrepresented populations. With a total budget of over $600 million and research awards of $201 million, the university provides a comprehensive selection of degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. Recently recognized as an emerging Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), the university is also recognized as a “Top Tier” Best National University by U.S. News & World Report (7th year in a row). The university is located in the picturesque Truckee Meadows at the base of the Sierra Nevada and in the middle of the nation’s next new College Town, the City of Reno. The University of Nevada, Reno is just a short distance from the state capitol, the beautiful Lake Tahoe area, numerous state and national parks. Also, the City of Reno is less than a 4 hours’ drive from San Francisco.

The University of Nevada, Reno recognizes that diversity promotes excellence in education and research. We are an inclusive and engaged community and recognize the added value that students, faculty, and staff from different backgrounds bring to the educational experience.

Required Qualifications: 

HS Diploma/Equivalent and five years or Associate’s Degree and three years or Bachelor’s degree and two years or Master’s Degree and one year of relevant work experience.

Relevant Experience: Student development, higher education administration, civic engagement, community outreach, grant writing, program development, employee and/or volunteer supervision, and funding appropriations.

Schedule and Travel Requirements: 
• Valid driver’s license
• Local and regional travel 
• Variable work hours (including nights and weekends)

Contact Information for this Position: 

Search Chair: Amy Koeckes Associate Director, ASUN Center for Student Engagement amyk@unr.edu
Search Coordinator: Lucero Aguirre laguirre@unr.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Please attach a resume, cover letter addressing qualifications and interest in the position, and contact information for three professional references.

To apply please visit https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/23544 

Job Open Date: 01/23/2017

Job Close Date: 03/01/2017

Open Until Filled: No 

Note to All Applicants: A background check will be conducted on the candidate(s) selected for hire. 

HR will attempt to verify academic credentials upon receipt of hiring documents. If the academic credentials cannot be verified, HR will notify the faculty member that an official transcript of their highest degree must be submitted within thirty days of the faculty member’s first day of employment.

The University of Nevada, Reno is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action in recruitment of its students and employees and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, creed, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, and sexual orientation, or genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression. The University of Nevada, Reno employs only United States citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States. Women, under-represented groups, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. 

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Soil and Water Outreach Coordinator,
Milwaukee River Watershed (100%)
Position Description

WORKING TITLE: Soil and Water Outreach Coordinator, Milwaukee River Watershed (100%)

OFFICIAL TITLE: Outreach Specialist Title Series (title prefix to be determined)

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Primarily the Milwaukee River Watershed and occasionally extending beyond the watershed boundaries for specific commitments and team programming; outreach coordinated with Sheboygan, Ozaukee, Washington, and Fond du Lac County Land and Water Conservation Departments

OFFICE LOCATION:Washington CountyUW-Extension Office, 333 East Washington Street, Suite 1200, West Bend, WI 53095

POSITION PURPOSE:
As an academic staff member of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, employed with the Environmental Resources Center, the Soil and Water Outreach Coordinatoris an educational leader in teaching, accessing and applying natural resource-based research findings to the fields of leadership and organizational development, community development, and local government education in order to meet identified educational needs and interests of citizens, civic groups, businesses and local governments. The Soil and Water Outreach Coordinatortakes a scholarly approach in strengthening the capacity of local agricultural communities and local government to address natural resources issues that builds understanding thatleads to improved decision-making and practical, feasible solutions that can be easily implemented.

INITIAL POSITION FOCUS:
This position will initially focus on supporting ongoing soil health and water quality improvement efforts in the Milwaukee River Watershed. UW-Extension is a partner in efforts across the watershed to engage stakeholders with improving soil health and water quality, with an emphasis on rural non-point source pollution. The Soil and Water Outreach Coordinatorwill be responsible for working with the Milwaukee River Watershed Conservation Partnership (MRWCP) and throughout theMilwaukee River Watershedto create and implement an outreach strategy to share research-based information and lessons learned among participating organizations, researchers, private sector, and other stakeholders. The Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for creation of fact sheets and other written material, creating and editing video content, managing social media distribution networks, and maintaining website content. Specifically, the Outreach Coordinator will develop andelectronically distribute outreach materials highlighting watershed events and information, as well as encourage involvement with planning and implementation of outreach events such as field days, workshops, and farmer roundtable discussions. The Coordinator will also provide outreach assistance to Producer Led Watershed groups, to engage producers and landowners in on-farm research and/or demonstration projects. The Soil and Water Outreach Coordinator may work with MRWCP participating organizations to identify and coordinate teaching opportunities surrounding the Milwaukee River Basin Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL).

PRIMARY DUTIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Develop and maintain relationships with the MRWCPparticipating organizations and funding partners in ways that effectively communicate the value of Extension, and the commitment of watershed partners to resource management
- Coordinate and deliver informative events to deliver audience specific information and program offerings
- Facilitate Producer Led Watershed-Groups in their meetings and outreach coordination with relevant MRWCP participating organizations
- Conduct and collect ongoing assessments of watershed stakeholderneeds
- Propose and suggest solutions to watershed resource issues and stakeholder needs in implementing resource solutions
- Create a plan of work that integrates needs-based research into outreachprograming
- Reach and engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive (and do not discriminate) to ensure full access to programs, facilities and educational services
- Conduct and report on program evaluations to improve program effectiveness and demonstrate value to programmatic and funding partners
- Build, strengthen and sustain trust-based relationships to promote cooperative and respectful work environments
- Regularly prepare educational and promotional materials using appropriate technology
- Develop and follow a professional development plan to ensure proficiency in priority content, current research and relevant competencies
- Be responsive to evolving position, program, office and organizational needs; perform adjusted or additional duties as requested
- Contribute leadership, as needed, to ensure effective Extension center and office operations
- Develop and implement communication models with non-traditional landowners such as non-operator women landowners

WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Make individual arrangements for transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities and essential job functions
- Assume weekly travel throughout the watershed and occasional travel within the state
- Infrequently work evenings and/or weekends, as needed, to meet local needs

ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS:
The Soil and Water Outreach Coordinatoris administratively accountable to UW-ExtensionRegional Natural Resources Program Director(s) withintheEnvironmental Resources Center, part of the UW-ExtensionCommunity, Natural Resource and Economic Development(CNRED) State ProgramArea.Work planning and performance expectations are established in collaboration with local leadership of the MRWCP, including a local faculty member of the UW-ExtensionDepartment of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

TO BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST MEET ALLOF THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelorsdegree in a field that relates to the responsibilities of this position such as water resources, environmental policy, environmental studies, agriculture, soil science, or communications.
- Current content knowledge in fieldsrelated to the purpose of this position, such as water resources, agricultural systems, environmental policy and regulatory systems, social media and communications, and digital content creation
- Demonstrated skills in planning, implementing or outreach programs
- Ability to work at a community level and partner with others to address stakeholder needs
- Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity

BEST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MAY ALSO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Masters degree in a field that relates to the responsibilities of this position such as agriculture, soil science, water resources, environmental policy, environmental studies, or communications.
- Demonstrated outreach coordination experience skills including planning and implementing programs; evaluating stakeholder experiences; and communicating impact and value to stakeholders, and partner organizations
- Demonstrated skills in interpreting, utilizing and applying evidence-based information and research findings
- Knowledge of adult learning principles
- Effective group facilitation skills
- Experience developing effective partnerships or coalitions with community partners and local governments
- Successful volunteer or paid experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences
- Demonstrated skills in building and maintaining professional work environments
- Strong interpersonal relationship and problem-solving skills in a team setting
- Effective communication and presentation skills using a variety of methods and technologies
- Ability to promote Cooperative Extension and its programs through various media and public relations strategies
- Knowledge of the legacy of Cooperative Extension as part of the U.S. system of land-grant institutions, dedicated to service in the public good

POSITION CLARIFICATION:
This position is subject to University of Wisconsin System, University of Wisconsin-Extension and Cooperative Extension human resource policies. This position description is not intended to be comprehensive in nature given the changes in primary duties/essential job functions and position expectations that can occur over time in response to emerging and assessed community, program and organizational needs. Changes to this position description are subject to the approval of the Cooperative Extension Human Resource Development Office and those to whom the position is accountable.

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:
This position is fixed term terminal academic staff appointment in the University of Wisconsin-Extension division of Cooperative Extension. Under University of Wisconsin-Extension 10.01 (1), fixed term terminal academic staff appointments are for a definite period of time as specified in the appointment letter and do not carry a guarantee of employment beyond the stated term, regardless of how many times an employment contract is offered to the employee. Fixed term terminal appointments are not subject to the notice periods in University of Wisconsin System 10.05 and University of Wisconsin-Extension Chapter 10.07.Appointment is anticipated to begin April 1, 2017. Reappointment to this position after the initial term is dependent upon availability of funding and performance.

POSITION BENEFITS AND SALARY:
State of Wisconsin benefits (https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/), including retirement, vacation, sick leave, health insurance, and other insurances. Starting salary range commensurate with minimum and preferred qualifications: $47,500-$55,000

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
As an affirmative action employer, UW-Extension provides equal opportunity in programs and employment; and is strongly committed to maintaining a climate supportive of respect for differences and equality of opportunity. UW-Extension does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, disability, sex/gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, identity as a veteran, disabled veteran, Vietnam veteran or any other military service, arrest record or non-program related conviction record. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Materials will be made available in alternative format upon request. Please call 711 if you are hearing or speech impaired and need assistance.

APPLICATION DUE DATE: To receive full consideration, application materials must be received byJanuary 24, 2017

Posting Date: 12/23/2016
Closing Date: 1/24/2017

HOW TO APPLY:

Please click on the link below to apply.  Please scroll down and choose either External or Internal Applicant buttons.  

http://jobs.ces.uwex.edu/jobs/soil-and-water-outreach-coordinator-milwaukee-river-watershed-100/ 

 


 

Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services 

Position Description Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), located in Reno, Nevada is seeking applicants for a Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services.

Reporting directly to the President, the Vice President for Finance and Administrative Services (VPFA) directs the budget and finance staff, IT staff, and the Facilities staff for Truckee Meadows Community College. The VPFA is a member of the President’s executive management team. The Vice President provides leadership for, and is responsible for, the development and administration of information technology operations, services and security; the biennium and annual budgets; fiscal analysis and planning; financial reporting; short/long-range forecasting; grants and contracts administration; purchasing and audit reviews; facilities and plant management; auxiliary services; and assisting the President in capital planning and development.

Minimum Qualifications 

1. Master’s Degree in one of the following fields: Information Technology or Computer Science, Business/Financial Administration or related field.

2. Ten (10) years of combined experience in the following: Budget Management; Fiscal Management; Plant & Facilities Management; Risk Management; Information Technology Management; Public Safety.

Preferred Qualifications 1. Seven (7) years in executive level (vice president/dean/director) management position in higher education.

2. Demonstrated communications, problem-solving and human relations skills.

3. Broad knowledge of current fiscal practices including technology trends.

4. Demonstrated understanding of a comprehensive community college.

Conditions of Employment This is a full-time, administrative position reporting to the President of TMCC.

This position is open until filled. First review of applications will begin January 9th 2017. Applications received after this date may not be given full consideration.

EEO Statement TMCC is an EEO/AA (equal employment opportunity/affirmative action) institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, physical or mental disability, creed, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the programs or activities which it operates. TMCC is an inclusive community and will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals. Qualified veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds.

1. Provides vision, leadership, planning, and coordination to the following areas:

• Budget and Planning Office – plans, develops, manage and provide reporting of the college’s budgetary and financial resources, central services, contracts and risk management.

• Accounting Services – oversees the student account services; record, report and reconciles major accounts and subsidiary activities in preparation of the college’s financial statements; and shears appropriate internal control procedures for financial activities

• Information Technology – delivers technology solutions to college-wide administrative services that include operations of network/telephone services, applications development, and academic/administrative computing.

• Facility Services and Capital Planning – provides capital planning, construction management, and facility operations in maintaining college’s facilities and equipment and grounds.

• Central/Auxiliary Services – Oversees the college bookstore, food service, vending, and mailroom operations at all campus sites.

• Safety and Security – Provides leadership to the college’s security staff to ensure safety to the college.

2. Develops, directs, coordinates, supervises, and evaluates the programs, personnel, operations, and activities of all areas of responsibility to ensure their compliance with TMCC policies, NSHE policies, State and Federal regulation related to financial and administrative services.

3. Coordinates the recruitment, selection, and orientation of professional personnel and classified staff ensuring equal opportunity employment, diversity, and recommend appointment of new personnel and staff.

4. Participates in long-range planning for programs, services, and facilities and coordinate financial planning and institutional planning activities.

5. Assumes other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the President.

6. Communicates and interacts effectively with students, staff, and the community in public, by telephone and in writing.

7. Works in a professional and collegial manner with faculty, staff, and students in the best interest of the college and people it serves.

8. Demonstrates understanding and acceptance of the role to be played as a partner in an educational enterprise serving the best interests of the students.

9. Performs assigned duties in a manner consistent with standards, mission, and goals of Truckee Meadows Community College.

10. Maintains sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds at a community college.

The College Truckee Meadows Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Reno, Nevada and is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. With five college sites and 20 plus community locations, each semester TMCC serves more than 11,000 students in state supported programs and many other students in non-credit programs. TMCC is a progressive institution that celebrates inclusion and diversity while supporting our core themes of academic excellence, student success, and access to lifelong learning. A new Health Science Center was recently opened and the Applied Technology Center has been completely renovated. TMCC is located in a beautiful environment rich with outdoor activities within the Great Basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is only a 40 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and within easy driving distance of four national parks (Great Basin, Yosemite, Lassen, and Death Valley). For more information, please go to www.tmcc.edu

Special Instructions to Applicants Department President’s Office Salary Information Starting salary, $140,613. Dependent on education and experience. Benefits Information TMCC offers an excellent fringe benefit package that includes 14.5% matching retirement through TIAA-CREF. Health insurance options are provided to the employee, 24 days of annual leave, 11 paid holidays and a tuition reduction at NSHE institutions for employee and dependents. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.

Job Open Date 12/01/2016 
Job Close Date Open Until Filled 
Job Category Administrative Faculty 
Job Type Regular 
Requisition Number 432 
Posting Specific Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* Describe your understanding of Comprehensive Community College Education. (Open Ended Question)

* Describe your Managerial experience at the executive level that encompasses any of the following areas: Technology Management; Budget Management; Fiscal Management; Plant & Facilities Management; Risk Management; Public Safety. (Open Ended Question)

Required Documents: Resume, Cover Letter 

Optional Documents: Curriculum Vitae, Letters of Recommendation, Certification Licensure

 

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