Employment Opportunities

31 Oct 2014

Academic Associate

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the supervision of the Division Director, the Academic Associate shall assist the science faculty by:  recruiting, supervising and evaluating Educational Assistants and Student Assistants who work in science labs; preparing biology, chemistry, physics, horticulture and environmental science labs for instructional purposes; facilitate computerized ordering, maintaining and inventorying lab equipment and supplies.   The candidate must be able to administer, maintain and adhere to safety standards and health compliances as directed by internal and external agencies.  The position will provide tutorial assistance in the major field and will provide mentoring in the use of lab equipment, materials, and software usage in addition to proctoring student exams.

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31 Oct 2014

Associate Dean for Liberal Arts and Behavioral/Social Sciences

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Associate Dean for Liberal Arts and Behavioral/Social Sciences, reporting to the Dean of Academic Affairs, collaborates with and assists the Academic Dean with administrative, strategic, and research-based support for program and discipline assessment, advancement of academic rigor, research and development of student success strategies, and serves as a member of the Academic Affairs Management Team.  In addition, the Associate Dean manages the Liberal Arts and Behavioral/Social Sciences academic division. This includes the design and development of courses and curricula, and the direction of assigned faculty and staff in teaching and administering the instructional programs at a two-year Connecticut Community College which offers degree and certificate programs in a broad range of liberal arts, occupational and career studies.  The Associate Dean is accountable for assuring the successful conduct of the Division’s programs and for the optimum learning outcomes of its students through effective performance in the areas of program and curriculum design and development; faculty selection and professional development; instructional quality; budget and fiscal management; administration and resource management; program evaluation and assessment; community relations; assistance and support to the Dean of Academic Affairs and Student relations.

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31 Oct 2014

Developmental English Faculty, Open Rank

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the supervision of the Division Director or other Administrator,  the Faculty member will be responsible for developmental English reading and writing instruction (English  composition and related courses may be included), and other classroom teaching assignments; related curriculum/course development, advisement of students and  service on departmental, division, and college committees.  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.

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31 Oct 2014

Director of Institutional Research

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Director of Institutional Research performs complex and comprehensive analyses of information about the College, its programs and its students in order to afford useful and reliable guidance to the College’s policymakers on the effectiveness of the institution and on future strategic direction of the College through performance in the areas of data collection and analysis; information management and strategic planning and guidance.

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5 Nov 2014

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27 Oct 2014

Educational Assistant (Physical Therapy Assistant Program)

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the direction of the PTA Program Director, the EA is responsible for assisting with the instruction in PTA laboratory classes, evaluating student performance, and assisting with the administration of the laboratory portion of the course.  This position is expected to have extensive relationships with students and other PTA faculty, and staff.  These relationships require a high degree of courtesy, cooperation and a genuine interest in assisting others in the pursuit of learning

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12 Jul 2012

Educational Assistant (Teacher Advisor)

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the direction of the Bridge to College Director and Bridge to College Program Director, the Teacher Advisor will be responsible for developing and implementing mentoring and tutoring programs for Waterbury Public School students during the school day.  Teacher Advisors will be responsible for collaborating with...

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5 Aug 2013

Educational Assistant (Tutor/Mentor)

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:
The GEAR UP Waterbury Alliance is seeking applicants for Tutor/Mentor positions for the 2014-15 school year to work with 8th and 9th graders in Waterbury Public Schools. Applicants should be available 17 hours/week during the school year. Meetings with students will occur during and after school hours, as well as Saturdays. Weekly supervision will be provided to Tutor/Mentors. Previous work with urban youth is a plus, as is experience working with middle and high school aged students. Reliable transportation is required!

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31 Oct 2014

Enrollment and Retention Specialist

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the supervision of the Division Director, the Enrollment and Retention Specialist performs a full range of operations and administrative tasks in support of the enrollment and retention of students within the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) division.  In addition, the position provides advising services to prospective students to assist them in enrolling in programs best suited to their academic and experiential preparation. The position also performs outreach tasks to inform communities about the services of the College and to promote enrollment meeting College program standards. The Enrollment and Retention Specialist is accountable for contributing to the enrollment and retention of students meeting the College’s requirements through performance in the areas of enrollment administration; advising and academic support; outreach and student recruitment and retention and case management

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31 Oct 2014

Instructor of Biology

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the supervision of the Division Director, the Instructor will teach biology courses using a variety of delivery modes.  Applicants should be able to teach courses which focus on organismal biology and/or anatomy and physiology. The Instructor will integrate computer technology into curriculum and prepare laboratory activities as needed. The Instructor will also demonstrate strong communication and interpersonal skills while exercising good judgment conducive to a collegial environment. In addition, the Instructor will assess student performance and may assume additional responsibilities including student advisement; committee work; participation in special college projects; development of new innovative instructional techniques, course offerings, or programs; and participate in community service consistent with the institutional mission. 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.

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31 Oct 2014

Instructor of Mathematics

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the supervision of the Division Director, the Instructor will teach all levels of mathematics from developmental through multi-variable Calculus, consistent with a strong mathematics background, using a variety of instructional techniques. The Instructor will incorporate web-based homework systems (e.g. MyMathLab, Web Assign, Hawkes Learning Systems) as needed.  The Instructor will integrate computer technology into curriculum and make real-world connections through appropriate activities. The Instructor will also utilize strong communication and interpersonal skills while exercising judgment and tact conducive to a collegial environment.  In addition, the Instructor will assess student performance and may assume additional responsibilities including student advisement; committee work; participation in special college projects; development of new innovative instructional techniques, course offerings, or programs; and participate in community service consistent with the institutional mission.  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.

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31 Oct 2014

Music Faculty, Open Rank

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the supervision of the Division Director or other Administrator, the faculty member will teach a full load of Music courses per semester.  The incumbent will be responsible for music productions, band, choir, applied lesson programs, and other campus events.  The “Additional Responsibilities” for this position must entail oversight of the shared technical theater space.   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.

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24 Sep 2014

Part-time Lecturer in Horticulture (Herbaceous Plants)

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Teach the assigned course in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus; Preparation related to teaching including the development of an approved course outline and reading list unless these are provided by the college; Advisement of students enrolled in the course in the manner prescribed by the president or his/her designee; Distribute to each student in the course, during the first week of class course outline or overview information as to reading and attendance requirements and an indication of evaluative and grading mechanisms to be utilized, and provide copies of such to the designated college official; Maintenance of accurate records of students enrolled in the course; Compliance with all college policies, procedures, and regulations; Other duties, which are related to this appointment as required by the president or his/her designee or by the Collective Bargaining Agreement, as appropriate.

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24 Oct 2013

Part-time Lecturer in Microbiology

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Teach the assigned course in accordance with the published catalog description or other approved syllabus; Preparation related to teaching including the development of an approved course outline and reading list unless these are provided by the college; Advisement of students enrolled in the course in the manner prescribed by the president or his/her designee... 


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1 Apr 2010

Part-Time Nursing Staff

General Qualifications:
Master's Degree in nursing or related field, current CT R.N. license. College teaching experience and/or related work experience preferred.


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Important NVCC 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.

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  • All appointments will be made at entry level. Salary will reflect qualifications and experience in accordance with the Board Policy and the Collective Bargaining Agreements governing faculty and administrators at the college.
  • All appointments are subject to budgetary approval.
  • 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.
  • Naugatuck Valley Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, M/F. Protected group members are strongly encouraged to apply. All employment, if offered, is contingent upon proof of citizenship or employability under the requirement of the Immigration and Reform Control Act (IRCA).