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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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ABLE Program Orientation Specialist (Part-time)
Adult Basic Literacy Education
Enrollment, Financial & Career Services
Internal Candidates Only
Reporting to the Manager of ABLE, the ABLE Program Orientation Specialist is responsible for the coordination and delivery of program orientations and activities related to the enrollment of adult students into classes for Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE), GED preparation and basic skill remediation. The primary functions and typical activities include but are not limited to: planning, coordinating and delivering the ABLE Program student orientations serving over 1,000 students annually at sites throughout Lorain County; managing all aspects of the planning orientations at multiple sites throughout the county; conducting program orientation presentations that include provision of a program overview and guidance in completion of all necessary forms and documents; demonstrating knowledge of ABLE program policies and procedures; administering assessments of students’ basic skills according to established guidelines and protocol; reviewing student assessment results and making recommendation for appropriate class placement according to test results; maintain accurate and complete records; and maintaining and promoting good working relationships with personnel from partner agencies.
Required Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent along with evidence of post-secondary coursework and professional work experience; demonstrated experience working with adults from diverse backgrounds and the ability to conduct group presentations; and experience using presentation technology and office production software.
Preferred Qualifications: Associate or Bachelor degree; ability to work independently while offsite and to collaborate effectively with other members of the ABLE team; and proven problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
Minimum Hourly Rate: $13.50
Applications will be accepted through July 22, 2016.
Reporting to the Warehouse Associate, the Warehouse Assistant maintains warehouse operation: receives, unpacks, checks and delivers all materials required for the educational and administrative functions of the college; aides in the maintenance of passenger vehicles and the President’s car; and prioritizes work assignments and performs duties in a neat, accurate and timely manner.
Qualifications: High school graduation or equivalent required; two years experience in a similar warehousing activity is preferred. Candidate should be able to lift up to a seventy-five pound package and have some mechanical ability. A valid United States driver license, clerical record keeping and computer skills are required.
Minimum Hourly Rate: $10.67
Applications will be accepted through July 15, 2016.
Part-Time Head Coach – Women’s Softball
Reporting to the Associate Provost, under the supervision of the Athletic Director, the Head Coach’s duties will include being responsible for all aspects of the Varsity Women’s Softball Program. Incumbent must have effective leadership skills and working knowledge of Varsity Sport rules and regulations. Additional responsibilities include: recruiting, training and coaching members of the women’s softball program; following all NJCAA rules and regulations, including but not limited to those that involve recruitment, eligibility, and practice limits; coordinating development and promotion of athletics and academics; working with the Athletic Director to assist student-athletes in maintaining their athletic eligibility, including following up on study table attendance; generating additional funds for support of athletic program; organizing and scheduling practice sessions; assisting with scheduling of games with approval of Athletic Director; traveling to and from away contests with the team and be in attendance at all home games; working with Athletic Director and Associate Provost in obtaining assistant coach; administrative tasks including eligibility paperwork required for each student-athlete, stats input, uniform distribution and collection, and budget adherence; representing LCCC in a professional manner; maintaining current CPR and AED certification; and other duties as assigned.
Required and Preferred Qualifications: Coaching experience at high level, preferred within the last five years at the collegiate level, and/or intercollegiate softball playing experience. Associate degree preferred. Thorough knowledge of the concepts, principles and practices of coaching Softball; have a history of coaching success, maintaining discipline, supportive and professional relationship with players; established and maintained effective working relationships with students, staff, faculty, administrator and other members of the college community.
Seasonal Position - $4,500.00
Applications will be accepted through August 15, 2016
Part-time Head Coach – Men’s Soccer
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.