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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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Executive Assistant
Provost/Vice President Academic and Learner Services



Reporting directly to the Provost/Vice President for Academic and Learner Services the Executive Assistant is responsible for administrative special projects and administrative support and must maintain a broad knowledge base that relates to or requires the attention of the Provost/ Vice President. The Executive Assistant provides consultation and support to the Provost/Vice President and other administrative staff as assigned. Acting as a liaison between faculty, staff, students and external community including elected and appointed public officials the Executive Assistant uses a high degree of interpersonal skills in these interactions. The Executive Assistant possesses the ability to interpret and implement policies and procedures applicable to the Provost/Vice President’s Office. Coordinates meetings, conferences, leads the planning of events, and develops office procedures and guidelines in collaboration with the Provost/Vice President to meet internal and external requirements and expectations. The Executive Assistant assists in research for student appeals gathering data from PeopleSoft and SILO. Using technology composes and prepares written communication, letters, spreadsheet and reports. The Executive Assistant develops presentations, and maintains financial information as necessary. Oversees the maintenance of office files and ensures the record retention schedule is followed. Records proceedings of meetings and transcribes into draft or final form as requested. The Executive Assistant projects a professional image and must maintain strict confidentiality.

Qualifications: Associate degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, data operating systems (i.e. PeopleSoft); excellent interpersonal, human relations, and oral and written communication skills along with organizational, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. Be able to multi-task and work with minimal supervision.

Minimum Starting Salary: $47,440
(The salary is enhanced by a comprehensive fringe benefits package)

Applications will be accepted through May 5, 2016. 


 

Bookstore Floor Coordinator
Lorain County Community College Bookstore


Reporting to the General Manager of Commodore Books & More, the Floor Coordinator is responsible for: the supervision and training of all cashiers and customer service staff; verification on all cashier reports; maintaining the weekly scheduling of store staff; assisting with maintenance of the sales floor by maintaining merchandise displays; directing staff on placement of merchandise; and maintaining adequate inventory levels of merchandise on sales floors. The incumbent will also utilize the store Point-of-Sale system for the following: working with student financial aid; verifying daily reports and sales receipts; and developing processes and procedures for cashiers and customer service personnel.

Required Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. Minimum one to three years working in a retail environment; excellent customer service and communication skills; punctual with excellent attendance; organized and able to adapt to change with a positive attitude and enthusiasm; able to work independently and with diverse teams in high stress environment; and have basic computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.

Preferred Qualifications: College bookstore experience; familiar with higher education environment; knowledge of retail store practices with experience supervising sales staff; and Point-of-Sale and Inventory Management systems experience.

Minimum Starting Salary: $31,889
The starting salary is commensurate with experience
and is supported by a comprehensive fringe benefits package

Applications will be accepted through May 6, 2016. 


 

Full-Time Library Automation Technician

 
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; supervising and training student assistants; and other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: Associate’s degree and 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; supervisory experience; preservation of library materials experience; general knowledge of library operations; and 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 supervisory experience; three to five years working in a technical services department; academic library experience; and project management and marketing experience.

Starting Salary Range: $35,000 to $40,000
(The salary is enhanced by a comprehensive fringe benefits package.)

 


  

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.