The Director of Development manages a comprehensive program at a Community College to locate sources of funds, to prepare grant requests, to develop long term relationships with donor organizations and individuals, to solicit and to manage funds from these sources. The Director of Development provides for the long-term financial support of the College from sources external to the College’s regular funding through effective performance in the areas of identifying and developing funding sources; cultivating and soliciting voluntary fund sources; managing, allocating, safeguarding and accounting for development funds. Incumbent will support the NVCC Foundation, serve as legislative liaison for the College and engage our community partners in support of the College strategic plan. In addition, incumbent will be expected to assist in the formation and functioning of the College’s alumni association.
Under the supervision of the Library Director, the Librarian is accountable for providing support to the learning mission of the College through effective performances in the following essential result areas, as assigned: Public and Reference Services; Technical Services, Instruction; Circulation Management; and Staff Supervision. Responsibilities will include staffing the Reference desk, teaching library instruction classes, cataloging and acquisition of materials, and providing computer-based technical support for the library.
The Programmer/Analyst uses contemporary analysis, design, and programming methodologies and tools to translate authorized user requests into computer applications, reports, and services. This entails the analysis of existing procedures and programs, framing and explication of user requirements, the design of alternative solutions, the acquisition of application modules/programs and/or writing of new modules/programs and/or modification of existing modules/programs, and the implementation of new systems components, including user training and the ability to administer, design and program SQL databases and queries. The Programmer/Analyst is accountable for assuring that College faculty, staff and administrators have access to quality computer software through effective performance in the essential areas of development of specifications; modifications; user training and support and programming activity documentation.
Under the supervision of the Director of Marketing, the Public Relations Associate supports the college’s strategic marketing plan with writing, editing, media relations, research tasks, public relations initiatives, and positioning strategies. The Public Relations Associate manages, maintains and develops relationships with reporters, writers and representatives of the press in the 22- town service area, government and system contacts as appropriate. The Public Relations Associate is accountable for research, writing and editing informational material to provide for clear and accurate communication with the College’s external and internal audiences. This accountability includes such essential tasks as: collecting information, verifying its accuracy and creating written material appropriate for intended audiences. This may include interviewing sources of news and information and developing informative and interesting articles and written material; collecting written material from other College sources and editing for content, form and grammar and producing articles and information for communications and news publications; preparing complex information materials such as College catalogs and schedules involving the verification of precise and vital data and placing in useful format. The candidate must be well-versed in both print and on-line formats for news, including the ability to manage news content on the website and in social media applications. Applicants must adapt to the changing needs of the population served by the college.
The Systems Manager performs and oversees the installation, operation and maintenance of complex servers, virtual and physical, and enterprise applications at the College which uses information technology services to support such functions as instruction, business operation, student records, library services, messaging and e-mail systems and computer labs. The position may also provide a range of information technology services to the various computer users of the College including installation, configuration and testing of personal computers, printers and other such devices and the diagnosis and repair of operating problems with those types of equipment.
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Naugatuck Valley Community College is accepting applications for several challenging positions.
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