RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Director of Finance and Administrative Services or other administrator, the Accounts Payable Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the administration, operation and supervision of the Accounts Payable and related cash disbursement activities.
Naugatuck Valley Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Center provides foundational and advanced education and training in key manufacturing skills to prepare students for the needs of 21st century manufacturing.
Under the supervision of the Director of the Business and Professional Services Division, the faculty member will teach Computer Information Systems, Networking, Network Security and/or other Cybersecurity related type courses.
The Educational Assistant will assist the faculty in science laboratory preparation.
The faculty member/Program Coordinator is expected to develop and teach a wide variety of courses in Fire Technology and to perform the duties of a program coordinator.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Associate Dean for Liberal Arts and Behavioral/Social Sciences, the faculty member will teach a full load of History/ Political Science courses per semester; develop syllabi; maintain office hours; academically advise students: maintain accurate records; develop new instructional techniques, course offerings, programs; serve on college-wide and division committees: participate in college-wide and division meetings, conferences, convocations; participate in community service activities; perform any other academically related task as required. Within applicable contractual provisions, teaching faculty and non-teaching professional staff are committed to the operation of the college five days a week, which may include evenings, Saturdays or Sundays.
Under the supervision of the Associate Dean for Health Sciences and Director of Nursing, the Assistant Professor of Nursing shall teach courses leading to an Associate’s degree in Nursing. Position requires two clinical days per week. Performance of other duties associated with teaching in a community college is expected. Within applicable contractual provisions, teaching faculty and non-teaching professional staff are committed to the operation of the college five days a week, which may include evenings, Saturdays or Sundays.
QUALIFICATIONS: Some interpersonal skills; some oral and written communication skills; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to operate, care for and perform minor maintenance on tools and equipment used in daily work; some ability in simple record keeping; must have adequate physical strength, stamina, physical agility and visual and auditory acuity and must maintain such physical fitness as to be able to perform duties. A physical examination may be required.
Teach the assigned course in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus.
Teach the assigned course(s) in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus.
Teach the lecture and laboratory of freshman-level Environmental Science in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus, which includes ecosystem interaction, water resources, atmospheric composition and associated regulations; Preparation related to teaching including the development of an approved course outline and reading list unless these are provided by the college;
Teach the lecture and laboratory of Anatomy and Physiology I or II in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus.
Master's Degree in nursing or related field, current CT R.N. license. College teaching experience and/or related work experience preferred.
In anticipation of record enrollments we are expanding our applicant pool for part-time instructors of credit and non-credit courses and part time Educational Assistants. Part-time day and evening positions are expected.
Full-time employment applications are included with specific postings.
Those selected for interview
and/or hire must also complete and return the following:
Employment Opportunities are posted and managed by NVCC's Human Resources department
NVCC Employment Opportunities
Before you apply, please review our hiring information.
Naugatuck Valley Community College is accepting applications for several challenging positions.
Before you apply, please review our hiring information (below). It is the policy of Naugatuck Valley Community College that applicants for each vacancy must provide current documentation in accordance with all application criteria as listed on the position announcement for each position applied for. This includes official transcripts, letters of reference, completed employment applications, and any other documentation, if required by the posting. As a courtesy to actively employed full-time employees of NVCC, the HR department will photocopy and forward official transcripts on file to the search committee upon written authorization from the applicant. Official transcripts for college work and degrees earned after initial employment must be submitted by the applicant.