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How to Apply

Qualified applicants interested in the position(s) listed below should complete an online LCCC Employment ApplicationThe complete application file should include a cover letter, resume which can be uploaded to the online application.  

Paper application forms and documents may also be submitted by forwarding materials to: The Human Resources Office, Lorain County Community College, 1005 N. Abbe Road, Elyria, OH 44035. Candidate selected will be subject to appropriate background checks before hire.

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Administrative Associate
Enrollment, Financial and Career Services


Reporting to the Associate Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success, the Administrative Associate works to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the unit. The incumbent performs multiple administrative and office tasks to support the administrative functions of the assigned area and its projects; develops office procedures and guidelines in collaboration with the Dean to meet internal and external requirements and expectations; creates and maintains effective communication and scheduling of activities for the Dean in the assigned area. The Administrative Associate serves as primary liaison between the Associate Provost and students, faculty, staff, other college units, and individuals or organizations within the community; generates appropriate documentation; including but not limited to contracts, special service agreements and appropriate pay adjustment in consultation with the Dean; provides oversight for the security and confidentiality of communications and files as mandated by FERPA; oversees the establishment and maintenance of office files and maintains schedules as necessary. Assists in coordinating, facilitating, or providing leadership within the unit and may provide project oversight and/or supervision of other support staff, part time support staff and student employees as delegated by the Associate Provost.

Required Qualifications: An equivalent combination of education and work experiences; proficiency in Microsoft Office; excellent interpersonal and written communication skills; ability to work independently; maintain confidentiality; well organized; able to multi-task; have knowledge of academic programs; good problem solving skills; experience in database management; excellent customer service; detail oriented; and demonstrated proficiency in human relations and judgement skills.

Preferred Qualifications: Associate’s Degree; proficiency in Resource 25 Scheduling System; PeopleSoft; knowledge of LCCC policies and procedures; and experience in monitoring and balancing budgets.

Minimum Starting Salary: $42,720 

Applications will be accepted through June 24, 2016.


   

Part-time Staff Assistant
Enrollment, Financial & Career Services

(Internal Only Posting)

Responsibilities: Reporting to the Associate Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success, under the supervision of the Coordinator for Counseling and Advising Services, the staff assistant will be responsible for knowing detailed information about Enrollment Services as a whole and other functions for which students may seek assistance. Additionally, the staff assistant will be responsible for knowing key information about the College, and the various academic divisions in order to make appropriate referrals and provide support to the recruitment process for the institution.

Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent learning; Microsoft Word and Excel; able to multi-task; stellar customer service skills, ability to flourish in a team environment, and working at least one evening per week is required; Associate Degree, and prior experience working with Access and Outlook is preferred.

Minimum Hourly Rate: $12.00

Applications will be accepted through June 24, 2016


 

Financial Aid Accounts Clerk
Enrollment, Financial and Career Services

 
Reporting to the Associate Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success and Manager of Financial Services, the Financial Aid Accounts Clerk administers all aspects of the institution’s federal student loan, work study, scholarship, and Federal Pell Grant programs. The primary functions of the incumbent are, but are not limited to: processing student financial aid packages including student loans, state grants and scholarships, Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, and Federal Work Study; analyses; account reconciliations; report generation; creation of supporting forms and procedures for financial aid programs along with creation of electronic databases and managing on-line electronic systems between state or federal agencies; developing procedures, forms and processes as required to conform to state and federal regulations; and working directly with students, financial aid outreach and group financial aid sessions.

Required Qualifications: Associate degree in Accounting or Business or equivalent directly related experience; excellent oral and written communication skills; the ability to interpret, implement and disseminate complex regulatory requirements; the ability to make routine decisions based upon technical expertise; a working knowledge of electronic spreadsheets, databases, word-processing and basic mainframe applications; stellar customer service skills; a student-centered approach; and the ability to work cordially and effectively with people in a non-judgmental manner.

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in accounting or other related field.

Minimum Starting Salary: $33,200
(The salary is enhanced by a comprehensive fringe benefits package)

Applications will be accepted through June 24, 2016.


  

Part-time Accounts Receivable Clerk
Enrollment, Financial and Career Services

(Internal Only Posting)

 
Reporting to the Associate Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success and Manager of the Bursars Office, the Accounts Receivable Clerk will be responsible for, but not limited to: reconciliations; customer service/interaction with students; business cash receipting and banking student transactions; and knowing key information about the college and the various academic divisions in order to make appropriate referrals.

Required Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent learning; experience with Microsoft word, Excel and Outlook; ability to multi-task; stellar customer service skills; and the ability to flourish in a team environment.

Preferred Qualifications: Bookkeeping or Associate degree and experience with Microsoft Access.

Minimum Hourly Rate: $12.00
(The salary is enhanced by a comprehensive fringe benefits package)

Applications will be accepted through June 24, 2016. 
  


Part-time Head Coach – Men’s Soccer 

Athletics

 
Reporting to the Associate Provost, under the supervision of the Club Sport Coordinator, the Head Coach’s duties will include being responsible for all aspects of the Men’s Club Sport Soccer Program. The incumbent must have effective leadership skills and working knowledge of Club Sport rules and regulations. The primary responsibilities include: recruiting; pre-season conditioning; team and travel supervision; and coaching the Men’s club Soccer Team during both practices and games. The candidate must be sufficiently flexible to be able to relate effectively with a wide variety of students and individuals in the collegiate environment. The focus of the LCCC athletic department has strong ethical and academic expectations, providing an educational environment that helps build leadership and life skills, and offers athletes a positive athletic experience. This individual will follow all college policies, procedures, regulations and guidelines as they relate to this position.

Required Qualifications: Candidate must have: effective leadership skills; working knowledge of LCCC Club Sport rules and regulations; three years coaching experience within the last five years at the collegiate level and/or intercollegiate soccer playing experience; maintained current CPR and AED certification; demonstrated skilled experiences in preparing and delivering training of Men’s soccer teams; and the ability to administer positive supervision and leadership guidance for both practices and competitive activities while organizing, coordinating, and evaluating all soccer activities with deliberate and proper attention to the players’ total well-being (mental, physical, and social). Candidate must have the skills and ability to recognize and appropriately respond to the physical injury of any athlete and experience in working collectively with others to provide directions and assistance to student athletes in achieving their academic, athletic and personal goals.

Preferred Qualifications: An Associate Degree; thorough knowledge of the concepts, principals and practices of coaching soccer; have a history of coaching success, maintaining discipline, supportive and professional relationships with players; established and maintained effective working relationships with students, staff, faculty, administrators and other members of the college community.

Seasonal Position – Salary $2,500

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


      

Food Service Associate 
Conference and Dining Services

The Food Services Associate is responsible for the successful management, production and implementation of food service throughout campus. The Food Service Associate works in various capacities within the Food Service system and performs multiple functions as required on a daily basis.

Required qualifications: High School graduate or equivalent in education and 3-4 years direct experience in food service required.

Preferred qualifications: Excellent oral communication skills, demonstrated knowledge of food service technology and ability to take and follow directions are preferred.

Minimum Hourly Rate: $10.48

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.


Food Service Assistant 
Conference and Dining Services

The Food Services Assistant, is responsible for the implementation of food services in assigned areas throughout campus including Starbucks. Duties include setting up catering stations, operating and cleaning kitchen equipment, prepare food under direction, and additional duties as assigned by supervisor or director.

Required qualifications: High School graduate or equivalent in education and 2-3 years direct experience in food service required.

Preferred qualifications: Excellent oral communication skills, demonstrated knowledge of food service principles and ability to take and follow directions are preferred.

Minimum Hourly Rate: $9.66 

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

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