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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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Part-time Sign Language Interpreter
Disability Services

 
Reporting to the Coordinator of the Office of Disability Services and the Dean of Enrollment, Financial and Career Services, the Sign Language Interpreter is responsible for providing assistance as needed to LCCC’s deaf and hard of hearing students in classrooms, labs, general lectures, and other venues on campus where sign language interpretation may be needed. Typical functions may include but are not limited to the following; providing interpretation and translation assistance for deaf and hard of hearing students in academic classes; assist during meetings; and interpret during tutoring or school-related events.

Required Qualifications: Associate’s degree or higher in Sign Language Interpretation.

Preferred Qualifications: Certification and/or credential preferred. Experience providing interpretation services to adults in an academic setting.


Minimum Hourly Rate: $25.00

Applications will be accepted through February 9, 2016.


Part-time Staff Assistant
Social Sciences and Human Services

 
Reporting to the Dean of Social Sciences and Human Services, the Staff Assistant will perform multiple office tasks to support the administrative functions of the Division. Typical duties will include but are not limited to: perform receptionist duties; produce documents, etc. for faculty and staff using administrative and office production software; interact with students as well as multiple offices throughout campus, assist with scheduling and other projects as needed. The incumbent must be flexible in work hours which vary by semester. Daytime and/or evening hours may be required.

Required Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent learning experience, working knowledge of standard office equipment including computer software related to the function of the division; ability to work in a team environment; and perform tasks within established guidelines with minimal to no direct supervision.

Preferred Qualifications: Associate degree; familiarity with PeopleSoft as used in the academic and financial components of the division.

Minimum Hourly Rate: $11.70

Applications will be accepted through February 12, 2016


Part-Time Library Automation Technician

Library Learning Resources


Reporting to the Library Director under the coordination of the Automation/Technical Services Librarian, this position includes acquisition, cataloging and processing of library materials; assisting the Automation/Technical Services Librarian in the maintenance and administration of the Innovative Interfaces integrated library system; and other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: Associate’s degree, ability to effectively work in a team-based environment. Strong communication skills. Strong knowledge of integrated library systems and bibliographic utilities. MARC format original and copy-cataloging experience using OCLC (Connexion 2); experience with AACR2 Cataloging Standards; experience with Library of Congress Subject Classification; experience with Dewey Decimal Classification Schedule. Experience purchasing library materials. Excellent computer (proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook and Internet Explorer) and technical skills. General knowledge of library operations. One to three years working in a technical services department.

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. Excellent working knowledge of Innovative Interfaces and OCLC, specifically Sierra. Three to five years working in a technical services department. Academic library experience. Project management and marketing experience.

Minimum Hourly Rate: $14.48


  

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

Responsibilities: 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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