Job Postings

Job Postings

The Office of Human Resources, Employee Development & Payroll posts current vacancies for which interested individuals are encouraged to apply.  Letters of interest, resumes, the names and contact information for three professional references and copies of college transcripts may be submitted electronically to jobs@mctc.edu or by regular mail to:

Human Resources, Employee Development & Payroll
Mountwest Community & Technical College
One Mountwest Way | Suite G12
Huntington, WV 25701

All positions are subject to pre-employment background checks.  Official transcripts must be submitted prior to the beginning of employment for all positions. For additional information, call 304-710-3501.

Open positions are posted below by position type. Mountwest Community & Technical College is an EEO/AA Employer. Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


Faculty


Adjunct Faculty

Applications are accepted for these positions on an ongoing basis, as our need for Adjunct Faculty changes from semester to semester.

Lab Assistant – Paramedic Program

Salary: $10.00 per hour, 1-20 hours per week, depending upon need

Minimum Qualifications
​Minimum qualifications are ACLS, ITLS or PHTLs, PALS OR PEPP certified and National Registry of EMT’s Certified Paramedic. Preferred qualifications include an AAS in Paramedic Science and Instructor level industry certifications. 

Duties & Responsibilities

Assist Program Director and Lead Instructor in the EMS Education Department for instruction of laboratory skills related to the EMS Education Curriculum.

Deckhand Basic Training Instructor

37.5 hours per week

Salary: $35.00/hour

Minimum Qualifications
​High School Diploma or GED and at least one year working on deck on a towboat.  

Duties & Responsibilities

Teach Basic Deckhand Skills to include:

  • Throwing a 1 ½” line over a timberhead from a distance of 15 feet
  • Laying a fore-and-aft wire
  • Laying a jockey wire
  • Laying a breast wire
  • Tying an upstream lead on timberheads
  • Tying an upstream lead on kevels
  • Tying two half hitches
  • Tying a bowline
  • Tying off on kevels using underturns

Teach shipboard safety

Teach shipboard fire fighting

Instruct in general shipboard routines

Teach First Aid/CPR/AED


Staff

BEACON Student Success Counselor

Part-time temporary position, 20 hours/week, non-benefits eligible positions expected to be available until September 30, 2015.  Two positions are available.

Salary: $15.78/hour

Minimum Qualifications
​A Master’s degree in Counseling or a closely related field and one to two years of directly related experience are required. Strong organizational, leadership and management skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to both manage and lead.

Duties & Responsibilities

Provide academic career and personal counseling services to students.  Work directly with students in a case management mode to help ensure their success. May teach student success courses. Implement student retention efforts.

Application Deadline

Open until filled. Priority consideration will be given to application materials received on or before 4:00 p.m. February 25, 2015.

Dean of Liberal Arts and Transfer Studies

Mountwest Community & Technical College seeks a Dean for the Division of Liberal Arts and Transfer Studies. Mountwest is located in Huntington, WV. Formerly known as Marshall Community College, Mountwest was founded in 1975 as a separate college within Marshall University to better serve students by bringing together many of the two-year Associate Degree programs under one college. In 2010, Marshall Community & Technical College was renamed Mountwest Community & Technical College. Mountwest provides open access to education and training for a diverse population and assists students and employers to meet regional and global workforce demands. Mountwest offers approximately 50 programs that lead to an Associate Degree, as well as various certificate programs.

This is a full-time, benefits-eligible 12 month position with a salary that is commensurate with education and experience.

Position Summary

Mountwest Community & Technical College invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the Division of Liberal Arts and Transfer Studies. Reporting to the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, the Dean provides visionary leadership to advance the college's mission, vision, strategic plan, and other activities that foster outstanding teaching and service.

The division provides the general education component of the undergraduate degree programs, offers degree programs in transfer studies and other programs, and is responsible for developing transfer agreements with other higher education institutions and increasing the number of transfer programs and students.

Minimum Qualifications
​Candidates for the position of Dean of the Division of Liberal Arts and Transfer Studies must have a graduate degree in a liberal arts discipline from an accredited institution, as well as a record of academic and scholarly accomplishments. In addition, candidates should possess a record of successful administrative experience and leadership in higher education; a history of quality teaching and service; strong decision-making skills, and communication and interpersonal skills to facilitate working relationships with students, faculty, staff; and an understanding of higher education and the importance of a collaborative and interdisciplinary environment. 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provide academic and administrative leadership to the division.
  • Develop, recommend, and oversee the division budget.
  • Supervise course scheduling, faculty assignments, and instructional delivery for courses in the division.
  • Make recommendations for appointment, promotion, reappointment, sabbatical leave, and other personnel actions within the division.
  • Coordinate and implement the evaluation process for personnel within the division.
  • Hold regularly scheduled division meetings.
  • Provide academic orientation for new faculty members.
  • Address faculty and staff concerns.
  • Participate in the development of grants to support academic initiatives.
  • Provide leadership in review, revision, and development of divisional curriculum at the course and program level.
  • Establish and assess course and program goals in relation to institutional goals.
  • Lead the delivery of curriculum in a variety of locations, scheduling options, and formats with an appropriate range of teaching strategies and uses of instructional technology.
  • Provide leadership in the development of new programs for the needs of the workplace and the community.
  • Investigate students' concerns as related to divisional courses and personnel.
  • Promote and support the professional development of divisional faculty and staff.
  • Prepare academic information for College publications such as the catalog and brochures.
  • Ensure that all programs have active and appropriately constituted advisory boards that provide useful feedback.
  • Prepare monthly and annual reports and other documents as required by the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer.
  • Serve on and chair committees as required by the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer.
  • Oversee degree programs coordinated by any faculty member within the division.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer.

Application Deadline

Open until filled. Priority consideration will be given to applications received on or before 4:00 p.m. February 27, 2015.

Career Services Representative

Part-time temporary grant-funded position, 20 hours/week, non-benefits eligible position expected to be available until September 30, 2015.

Salary: $13.01/hour

Minimum Qualifications
​Requires a bachelor’s degree plus one to two (1-2) years of directly-related experience: OR any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must be able to lift products and boxes up to 20 pounds. Excellent communication and organizational skills.

Duties & Responsibilities

Provide administrative and logistical support in coordinating the functions of the Office of Career Services. This includes general office duties as well as the coordination of job fairs.

Application Deadline

Open until filled.  Priority consideration will be given to application materials received on or before 4:00 p.m. February 12, 2015.

Academic Advisor - Heroes for Hire

Full-time, benefits-eligible, classified employee non-exempt position to be funded by the federally-funded Heroes for Hire grant.

Salary: Pay Grade 15 - $27,015/year.

Minimum Qualifications
​Bachelor’s degree in Counseling or a directly related field plus one to two (1-2) years of directly related experience; OR any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities for the position. Strong oral and written communication skills. Problem solving and conflict resolution skills. Knowledge of advising theories and teaching techniques. Ability to work with an academically and culturally diverse group of students. Ability to use computer software for communication and organization. Ability to understand and resolve issues that arise with students concerning the areas of academic, person, social and career development. 

Duties & Responsibilities

Provide a one-stop service to veterans by assisting them from the point of inquiry to registration and ultimately graduation.  Specialize in an on-line website chat feature in providing academic advising to veterans via the internet as well as providing academic advising to individuals in-person.

Application Deadline

Open until filled.  Priority consideration will be given to application materials received on or before 4:00 p.m. February 12, 2015.

Food Service Assistant II - Mountwest Café

Part-time, 20-hours per week, non-benefits eligible classified position.

Salary: Pay Grade 6 - $8.49 per hour.

Minimum Qualifications
​High school diploma or GED and up to six months of related experience. Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations. Effective oral communication skills. Ability to learn how to use a cash register. Knowledge of record-keeping. Customer service skills.  

Duties & Responsibilities

Serve as a Cashier at the Mountwest Café. Responsible for handling cash and credit cards. Maintains monies and sales information for audit and balance. Must follow proper cash handling procedures as defined by the college’s Business Services office.

Application Deadline

Open until filled.

Applications Systems Analyst Programmer

FT, benefits-eligible, classified, non-exempt grant funded position.

Salary: Pay Grade 16, $28,821/year.

Minimum Qualifications
​Bachelor’s degree in information systems, computer science or related field, plus two to three years of directly related work experience or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Duties & Responsibilities

Serve as the lead on major technology initiatives related to the federally funded Title III Attendance Pays grant.  Lead the implementation of new classroom attendance software. Integrate new software programs with current management information systems. Provide troubleshooting and ongoing support for the software. Lead the implementation of a reporting solution for data collected via the software.  Administer related professional development activities for faculty and staff who use the software. Compile a user-friendly manual for software related to the project. Assist in project evaluation.

Application Deadline

December 22, 2014


Students

Student Success Peer Coaches

Multiple positions are available to current Mountwest Community & Technical College students.

Salary: $11.00/hour, not benefits eligible. Hours available vary by semester: Fall and Spring Semesters, up to 20 hours per week.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A current Mountwest student in good academic standing
  • Earned a minimum of 12 credit hours at Mountwest
  • Student has declared a major and is degree seeking
  • Student must maintain at least six credit hours to remain employed, preference will be given to full-time students
  • Student is computer literate in Microsoft Office Suite and Blackboard

Duties & Responsibilities

Student Success Peer Coaches will work with all campus constituents and friends of the college and are expected to be involved and fully participate in all stages of the enrollment process from assisting with recruitment efforts through graduation activities. Student Success Peer coaches are expected to:

  • Contact prospective students via telephone and email
  • Attend all training activities
  • Serve as Mountwest CTC Ambassadors
  • Develop knowledge of institutional academic program offerings
  • Provide peer-to-peer mentoring to students during the enrollment process
  • Provide campus tours and support for campus events
  • Assist with Enrollment Management functions
  • Complete data entry in EMAS (enrollment management software) as directed
  • Assist with new student orientation
  • Serve as Peer Coaches within COL 101 and E-ZStart courses
  • Outreach to students
  • Train incoming Student Success Peer Coaches

To apply, please complete an application with Human Resources, Employee Development & Payroll - Suite G12 and provide two or more letters of recommendation from Mountwest faculty or staff.