The Academic Assistant performs lab set up and maintenance and general administrative assistance to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Division (STEM) academic division. Incumbents provide support to the Horticulture program. The Academic Assistant is responsible for assistance to faculty by setting up, maintaining and operating one or more assigned academic labs or centers. This includes such tasks as setting up, arranging and testing lab equipment, apparatus and materials; adapting equipment and materials to specific learning objectives set by faculty; planning and preparing equipment and materials for future lab sessions; performing routine cleaning and maintenance of lab equipment, and arranging for repairs and service from outside vendors; shipping and receiving supplies and equipment; observing standards of safety in the set-up, operation and disposal of lab supplies and equipment; and functioning as the core lab resource for faculty.
Under the direction of the Director of Admissions, the Assistant Director of Admissions performs a full range of operations and administrative tasks in support of the admission and enrollment of students at a two-year Connecticut Community College which has open enrollment and which offers degree and certificate programs in a broad range of liberal arts, transfer, occupational and career studies. 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 Assistant Director of Admissions is responsible for contributing to the enrollment of students meeting the College’s enrollment requirements through effective performance in the areas of enrollment administration; admissions advising; outreach and student recruitment and supervising or leading the work of support staff. The incumbent will be assigned to the Waterbury campus and will also have some responsibility for supporting the Danbury campus. Hours may vary and can include some evenings and weekends.
Under the direction of the Director of Financial Aid, the Associate Director of Financial Aid assists in the operation of a program of financial assistance to students at a Community College which has open enrollment and which offers degree and certificate programs in a broad range of liberal arts, transfer, occupational and career studies. The Associate Director of Financial Aid is accountable for assisting in operating the College’s programs of financial assistance to contribute to attracting and retaining students and which help to make it possible for qualified students to attend the College through effective performance in the areas of program operation, record keeping and reporting, training and leading or supervising assigned staff, and when assigned, providing Veterans’ Affairs advice and assistance. The Associate Director of Financial Aid will also support off campus financial aid workshops and educational events. The incumbent will be assigned to the Waterbury campus and will have some responsibility for supporting the Danbury campus. Hours may vary and can include some evenings and weekends.
Under the direction of the Dean of Academic Affairs, the Bridge to College Director oversees grant funded programs that address early intervention and academic support services to ensure successful completion of high school, college matriculation and college graduation as well as empowering students to achieve their academic goals and to utilize their skills to serve the community through volunteerism. The Director is responsible for overseeing grant preparation, program design, implementation and development and evaluation. The incumbent establishes positions then oversees the hiring and placement of personnel. In addition, the Director evaluates personnel in the Bridge to College Department. The Director manages the overall functions of the Bridge to College Department ensuring compliance with Memorandum of Agreements (MOA’s) and Memorandum of Understandings (MOU’s) between the College, funding sources and collaborators.
Under the direction of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center Program Director, the Business & Industry Instructor teaches courses at a Community College in such subject areas as applied computer use, mathematics, blueprint reading and set up and operation of complex machine tools. The Instructor provides both classroom lecture and “hands-on” shop instruction. In addition, the Instructor will be responsible for preparing course materials, syllabi and instruction outlines to fit the learning needs of assigned students and for being appropriately prepared for lectures and shop demonstration. The incumbent is required to maintain currency in the position’s required fields of professional expertise and competencies. This position will require a strong collaboration with area manufactures and vendors to stay abreast of the latest technology, and industry needs. This position will also include overall responsibility for the evening cohort. 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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