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Job Postings

The Office of Human Resources posts current vacancies for which interested individuals are encouraged to apply. To apply for a position, submit a letter of interest, resume, the names and contact information for three professional references as well as copies of college transcripts electronically to jobs@mctc.edu or by regular mail to:

Human Resources
Mountwest Community & Technical College
One Mountwest Way — Suite 101V
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.

A copy of the general application form for non-academic part-time positions can be found here.

Open positions are posted below by position type. Only complete applications will be given full consideration.

Vacant Faculty Positions

Adjunct faculty teach a variety of in person and online courses here at Mountwest. Adjunct Faculty positions are open on a continuous basis in order to establish a pool of adjuncts to use as needs change. We ask applicants to refresh their applications on a yearly basis. Selections may be made any time a vacancy becomes available. The current rate of pay for Adjunct Faculty is as follows:

  • $465 per credit hour for those with a Bachelor's Degree
  • $575 for those with a Master's degree and above and is subject to change.

Salary: Adjunct faculty are paid per course credit hour, depending upon education and credentials, as indicated above. Lab Assistants or other positions marked with an (*) are specified for number of hours and hourly rate.

Position Summary:
Instructional Area
Academic Qualifications
Short Job Description
Minimum Years of Experience and or Industry Certifications

Accounting

  • Required: MBA, Masters in Related Field, or BBA with CPA.
  • Ability to teach financial, managerial, taxation, or Quickbooks.
  • Minimum of two years experience working in business, preferably accounting.

Administrative Technology

  • Required: Masters of Business Education, MBA, or Related Field
  • Ability to teach business courses and office administration courses.
  • Minimum of two years of experience working in business.

Art

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in visual art
  • Teach courses in art appreciation.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

ASL Interpreter

Casual Employee, $25 per hour, up to 20 hours per week.

  • *See Experience Industry Certifications
  • Serve as an interpreter for students at Mountwest Community & Technical College during classes and various interactions with Mountwest faculty and staff.
  • Must be listed on the WV Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearaing Interpreters Registry

Banking and Finance

  • Required: MBA or Masters in Related Field
  • Abililty to teach Management, Marketing, Finance and Economics courses.
  • Minimum of two years of experience working in banking, finance, or related field.

Biological Sciences

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 hours in Biology
  • Teach courses in the Biological Sciences area.
  • College-level teaching experience. preferred.

Call Center Mangement

  • Preferred MBA or equivalent, Minimum requirement: BA or BS in Business or Related Field.
  • Ability to teach business courses and call center specific courses.
  • Call Center Specific courses - at least two years of experience working in a call center environment.

Chemistry

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 hours in Chemistry.
  • Teach Chemistry courses.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Communication

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in communication studies
  • Teach courses in public speaking and or interpersonal communication
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Criminal Justice

  • Required BA or BS in Criminal Justice or Related Field
  • Ability to teach a varity of CJ courses.
  • Minimum of three years of exprience as a CLA or CP for applicants with the BA or BS. JD candidates must be in good standing with their state's Bar Association.

Culinary Arts

  • AAS or Higher in Culinary Arts or concentration in Related Field.
  • Instruct Culinary Arts courses.
  • A minimum of two years' experience in the culinary industry required, preference will be given to individuals with American Culinary Federation (ACF) accreditations.

Deckhand Basic Instructor

  • Casual Employee, $35.00 per hour, 37.5 hours per week, 1 week per semester.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Teach basic deckhand skills, teach shipboard safety, teach shipboard fire fighting, and instruct in general shipboard routines.
  • At least one year working on a towboat deck. Certified to teach: First Aid CPR AED

Engineering Design

  • Minimum, A.A.S. in Engineering Design, prefer Bachelor or Master degree
  • Instruct in the use of multiple Autodesk Programs: AutoCAD, Inventor, 3ds Max, Mudbox, & Recap Photo.  Be able to reverse-engineer objects using measurements, scanners or photos and apply reverse engineering principles for use with 3D Printers. Teach students how to create or scan 3D files of objects, and manipulate those files to correct deficiencies, and apply various textures, colors, and patterns, using Inventor and 3ds Max. Able to create ultra \u2013realistic structures and walk-throughs.
  • With B.S. or M.S.: Two years\u2019 experience.
    With A.A.S.: three years\u2019 experience

Engineering Design -Lab Assistant

  • Casual Employee, $10.00 per hour, up to 20 hours per week.
  • A.A.S.
  • Instruct in the use of multiple Autodesk Programs* and the application of reverse engineering principles for use with 3D printers. Maintain plastic, ceramic and stereolithographic printers. Fire ceramic objects in electric kiln. Ceramic mold production. Pour metal castings. Understand higher math applications.
  • Two years of experience.

English

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 hours in English.
  • Teach introductory English courses.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Geography

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in Geography.
  • Teach courses in geography.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Graphic Design

  • BFA in Graphic Design or BA in Public Relations, Marketing, Advertising, Communications, Art Education or\u00a0 related field.
  • Teach courses in Adobe Creative Suite applications, typography, logo design, infographics, illustration, and designing for print and digital media.
  • At least three years of professional experience in graphic design. Fluent in using the Apple operating system. Digital literacy a must. Teaching training mentoring experience a plus. Multimedia content development a plus. Basic programming knowledge HTML and CSS a plus.

Health Information Technology

  • Bachelors
  • RHIT or RHIA

History

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in History
  • Teach courses in American history, world history, and or West Virginia history.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Hospitality Management - Hotel Lodging

  • AAS or higher in Hotel Lodging or Hospitality Management
  • Instruct Hospitality Management or Hotel Lodging courses.
  • A minimum of two years' hotel experience preferred.

IT 101

  • AAS Degree with appropriate certifications.
  • Instruct students in the classroom.
  • One or more years of related experience.

IT 120

  • Required: Associate Degree in IT or related field. Bachelor's Degree preferred.
  • Teach class on how to install, upgrade and troubleshoot Operating Systems and utilize network fundamentals.
  • At least 3 years of professional experience in IT. Fluent in using the Microsoft Operating System. Linux Unix Operating System a plus. Teaching training mentoring experience a plus.

IT 245 - Storage Technology

  • A.A.S. Required
  • Teaching the IT 245 - Storage Technology course.
  • Candidates with industry certifications will be given preference.

IT 255 - Virtualization Technologies

  • A.A.S. Required
  • Teaching the multiple virtualization configurations available through Microsoft and WMWare.
  • Virtualization experience required.

IT 270 - A+ Class

  • A.A.S. Required
  • Teaching the IT 270 - A+ Class
  • Candidates with industry certifications will be given preference.

Information Technology: Animation and Game Developer Option

  • Required: Associate Degree in Animation and Game Development or related field. Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • Teach courses using multiple programming languages and development tools such as Actionscript, C++, C#, Unreal UDK, Xcode and more.
  • At least 1-2 years of experience in animation or programming. Fluent in using applications such as Microsoft Visual Studio and Adobe CS. Teaching training mentoring a plus.

Management

  • Required: MBA or Masters in Related Field.
  • Ability to teach Management, Marketing, Finance, and Economics courses.
  • Minimum of two years of experience working in business.

Massage Therapy

  • LMT, MD, Bachelor's, DC
  • Teaching Massage Therapy courses.
  • Three to five years of experience in the field.

Mathematics

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 hours in Mathematics.
  • Teach courses such as: Quantitative Reasoning, Statistics, Occupational Mathematics and Algebra.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Medical Assisting

  • Clinical experience such as patient care, RN, LPN, MA - license or certification
  • Teaching medical assisting courses.
  • Two years of experience in the specified field.

Medical Assisting - Lab Technology

  • Certification in Lab Technology, lab experience.
  • Teaching Lab Technology courses.
  • Two years of experience in the specified field.

Medical Coding

  • Certified Coder through AHIMA
  • Teach medical coding courses.
  • CCS, Two years experience in the specified field.

Paralegal

  • Required BA in Legal Studies or Related Field, or Juris Doctorate. Also prefer that the BA candidates have CLA or CP certification.
  • Ability to teach a variety of law and or paralegal courses.
  • Minimum of three years of experience as a CLA or CP for applicants with the BA. JD candidates must be in good standing with their State's Bar Association.

Paramedic Lab Assistant

  • Casual Employee, $10.00 per hour, 1-2 hours per week, hours vary.
  • AAS Preferred
  • Assist Program Director and Lead Instructor in the EMS Education
  • Department for instruction of laboratory skills related to the EMS Education curriculum.
  • The national Registry of EMT's Certified Paramedic. ACLS, ITLS or PHTLS, PaLS or PEPP certified required (instructor level preferred).

Pharmacy Technology

  • AAS in Pharmacy Technology and nationally certified or Pharmacy degree.
  • Teaching courses in the Pharmacy Technology program.
  • Two years of clinical experience.

Physics

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 hours in Physics
  • Teach courses in Physics.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

PTA 120

  • AAS in PTA, licensed as PTA in the state of West Virginia.
  • Teaching PTA 120, Patient Care Skills.
  • Five years of clinical experience as a Physical Therapy Assistant.

Physical Therapy Assistant

  • AAS in PTA, licensed as PTA in the state of West Virginia.
  • Teaching courses in the Physical Therapy Assistant program.
  • Five years of clinical experience as a Physical Therapy Assistant.

Physical Therapy Lab Supervisor

  • Casual Employee, $10.00 per hour, hours vary per week.
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Supervision of PTA lab during open lab hours.
  • Enrolled in or completed a post-secondary degree in a health related field of study.

Political Science

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 hours in political science.
  • Teach courses in political science.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Psychology

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in Psychology.
  • Teach courses in psychology.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Religion

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in
  • Religious Studies.
  • Teach courses in religious studies.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Sociology

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in Sociology.
  • Teach courses in sociology.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Spanish

  • Required: Master's Degree with 18 graduate hours in Spanish.
  • Teach introductory courses in Spanish.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Theatre

  • Required: Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre
  • Teach courses in theatre appreciation.
  • College-level teaching experience preferred.

Transportation

  • MBA or Master's in Related Field
  • Ability to teach online courses related to transportation, logistics and supply chain management.
  • Minimum of three years of experience working in the transportation industry. Training experience, industry licensures certifications, and online teaching experience preferred.

Veterinary Technology

  • AAS
  • Teaching courses in the Veterinary Technology program.
  • RVT and three years of clinical experience.

Veterinary Technology - Lab Assistant

  • Casual employee. $10.00 per hour, up to 20 hours per week.
  • AAS
  • Assist Program Director and Faculty in the Veterinary Technology program with instruction of laboratory skills related to the Veterinary Technology program.
  • RVT and three years of experience.

Instructor/Assistant Professor – Transportation Technology

Full-time, 9-month temporary faculty position, non-tenure track, term appointment.

Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Benefits eligible position.

Position Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Transportation or a related field, commitment to continued professional growth and development, and strong communication skills required.

Preferred Qualifications:  Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Transportation or a related field, relevant experience within the transportation industry, with preference to railway experience; teaching experience, with preference to online teaching experience; and proficiency in Blackboard LMS preferred.

Duties & Responsibilities:  The successful candidate will teach courses in the AAS

Transportation degree program; work with advisory committees to ensure appropriate program and course development; prepare and teach courses; assess student learning and course and program outcomes; implement student recruitment, success, and retention strategies; advise students; hold office hours; and participate in institutional functions, including events, meetings, and committees.  Finalists will be required to do microteaching as part of the interview process.  Duties include teaching a full load of courses (15 credit hours per semester), maintaining office hours, committee work, collaborating with academic support services, and other assignments supporting division goals.

Application Deadline: Position is open until filled.

Part-time faculty positions are currently available in the Mountwest Academic Skills Center for Math

Salary: $15/hour for Bachelor’s degree. $18/hour for Master’s Degree. Maximum of 20 hours per week including adjunct teaching hours.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree preferred, but Bachelor’s Degree or Associates accepted with consideration given for extensive college mathematics coursework. Must possess at least one year teaching math at any level or a minimum of one year math tutoring experience, preferably in the areas of algebra and quantitative reasoning courses.

Duties & Responsibilities: Tutor students in the area of mathematics, including walk-ins or by appointment. Tutoring may take place online or on-campus, in either individual or group sessions. 

How to Apply: To apply, submit resume, the names and contact information of three professional references and unofficial copies of college transcripts via email to jobs@mctc.edu.

Only complete applications will be given consideration. For additional information, please call 304-710-3501.

This position is open on a continuous basis in order to establish a pool of adjuncts to use as needs change. We ask applicants to refresh their applications on a yearly basis. Selections may be made any time a vacancy becomes available.

Vacant Staff Positions

Full-time, benefits-eligible, non-exempt, classified at-will position. Salary is commensurate with education and experience.

Summary: Provide administrative support for the Allied Health department.

Minimum Qualifications:  Requires an associate’s degree in office administration or a field directly related to the area of assignment, plus one to two (1-2) years of directly related work experience in support of an administrator or work unit; OR any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develops work flows and processes and ensures that daily operations of the office go smoothly.
  • Provides effective coordination with various groups throughout the work unit to gather information, provide guidance and communications from the administrator and monitor or coordinate various meetings and activities.
  • Deals with administrative problems and inquiries and manages administrator’s schedule/calendar, coordinating communications and activities within the office.
  • Attends on- and off-campus meetings on behalf of administrator as requested and reports back on issues of importance. May serve on committees and task forces as requested.
  • Manages and coordinates special projects for the administrator.
  • Create PARs, faculty appointment letters, enter schedules and other data into Banner, etc. for the division.
  • Make purchases for the division
  • Coordinates all travel arrangements for the administrator/division faculty.
  • Keyboards letters, reports, charts, graphs, manuscripts, forms, and/or memoranda from rough draft to final form utilizing word processing software. Proofreads all typed material and corrects errors in sentence structure, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
  • Reviews/edits materials created for others for proper formatting and spell check, making necessary changes and printing final hard copies for supervisor review and signature.
  • Ensures data entry of all appropriate information into system(s). May pull reports or establish a schedule of reports to be queried and communicated to appropriate unit staff.
  • Establishes new filing systems when needed and maintains files for assignment area. Ensures the filing of documents by alpha, numeric, subject matter, and chronological order. Provides copies of information from files upon request by locating information, photocopying, and returning information to appropriate location.
  • Makes travel arrangements for faculty and administrators in assigned area. Completes travel reimbursement forms and verifies that all necessary documentation is present for filing expense forms.
  • May handle time and leave reporting and personnel actions for area of assignment.
  • Completes reports as required.
  • May plan and/or coordinate events such as workshops, seminars and conferences.
  • Duplicates, collates, and binds letters, reports, memoranda, and other documents using a photocopy machine and stapler. Operates FAX machine for transmitting documents to various locations.
  • Stocks, orders and inventories supplies and assets.
  • Disseminates printed materials to clients and customers as requested. Prepares bulk mailings by typing, collating, labeling, and preparing for post office. Collects and deposits outgoing mail in an appropriate location.
  • Collects, opens, date stamps, sorts, and distributes incoming mail to staff within the office area. Disseminates and receives information by electronic mail.
  • Receives and greets visitors to office area, determines nature of visit, and directs visitor to the appropriate staff member. Answers telephone, screens calls, and communicates messages to staff members.
  • Participates in training and professional development sessions to enhance job performance.
  • Performs related duties as assigned or as directed.

Application Deadline The review of applications will begin immediately, with the position open until filled.

Student Services Specialist (Financial Aid)

Summary: Provides advisement, registration, and financial aid assistance to assigned students, and maintains all student records and certification, advises and counsels student on program requirements both for the college and their funding source, works with student services and the college billing process. Position will be primarily financial aid. The Student Services Specialist is responsible for ensuring that the students are equipped with enough information to matriculate through the higher education system in general and the college in specific and aids in the total development of students by providing them guidance in developing social, educational, and career goals; formulating intelligent objectives; and selecting appropriate and realistic academic majors.  Additionally, participating in programming aimed at increasing overall student retention and recruitment initiatives.

 

Salary: $34,200 per year. Classified, non-exempt position. Full-time, benefits eligible.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Associate’s Degree and at least 1 -2 years of related and customer service experience.  Excellent oral and written communication skills, presentation skills, a record of collaboration and teamwork with attention to detail, and strong documented skills in customer service.  Excellent problem-solving, organization and multi-tasking skills, and demonstrated computer skills required. Knowledge of computer information systems such as BANNER is preferred, but not required. Ability to maintain confidentiality and follow FERPA requirements.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Timely, appropriately, and accurately advises students on all degree seeking programs and options which involves areas related to financial aid, registration, testing, articulations, academic support, billing (payment options), career placement, admission documents, residency requirements, and occasionally personal matters; provide information on continuing education courses and programs including admission requirements and paperwork, financial aid and payment/billing options
  • The position will be expected to implement student retention and recruiting efforts including working with students as a case manager during activities such as advising, registration, course and major selection, time management, life skills, and prioritization with the outcome being the academic success of the students.
  • Work on special projects related to retention and recruitment of students
  • Participate, plan, and execute recruiting initiatives
  • Meets with students individually or in group session to assist them in assessing educational goals, identifying majors, developing matriculation plans and selecting appropriate coursework
  • Evaluates student records to measure academic progress and identify any deficiencies as early as possible by working with program faculty
  • Develops, hosts and presents academic information workshops.
  • Follows College policies and procedures on file reviews, documentation, confidentiality, data management and e-advising, as well as financial aid advising requirements.
  • Uses web services and software programs such as BANNER, Microsoft Office, world-wide web, Outlook, etc.
  • Participate in evening or weekend advising events
  • Identify, resolve, and assist students in understanding financial aid requirements and processes, including maintaining SAP, holds, book vouchers, and more, utilizing the Associate Dean of Financial Aid and Financial Aid Counselor, Sr. as a resource.
  • Responds to and tracks student inquiries and communications via email, phone, and/or letters in regards to admissions criteria, application procedures, and general questions/needs for information.
  • Serve as a collaborative member of the student services staff by working with all student services staff.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline:  The review of applications will begin immediately, with the position open until filled.  

 

Student Services Specialist (Veteran Affairs)

Full-time, benefits eligible, exempt non-classified at will position. Salary: $35,568/year

Summary:  Provides advisement, registration, and financial aid assistance to assigned students, including Veteran students, and maintains all student records and certification, advises and counsels student on program requirements both for the college and their funding source, works with financial aid and the college billing process. The Student Services Specialist is responsible for ensuring that the students are equipped with enough information to matriculate through the higher education system in general and the college in specific and aids in the total development of students by providing them guidance in developing social, educational, and career goals; formulating intelligent objectives; and selecting appropriate and realistic academic majors.  Additionally, participating in programming aimed at increasing overall student retention and recruitment initiatives.

Minimum Qualifications:   Associate Degree in administrative technology, management or closely related field and 2 – 3 years of related experience or a combination of related education and experience to equal 4 – 5 years.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Timely, appropriately, and accurately advises Veteran students and other students on all degree seeking programs and options which involves areas related to financial aid, registration, testing, articulations, academic support, billing (payment options), career placement, admission documents, residency requirements, and occasionally personal matters; provide information on continuing education courses and programs including admission requirements and paperwork, financial aid and payment/billing options, especially for the Veteran student population.
  • The position will be expected to implement student retention and recruiting efforts including working with students as a case manager during activities such as advising, registration, course and major selection, time management, life skills, and prioritization with the outcome being the academic success of the students.
  • Work on special projects related to retention and recruitment of students
  • Serve as the school’s SCO and maintain required annual trainings
  • Serve as primary point of contact for Veteran students
  • Meets with students individually or in group session to assist them in assessing educational goals, identifying majors, developing matriculation plans and selecting appropriate coursework
  • Evaluates student records to measure academic progress and identify any deficiencies as early as possible by working with program faculty
  • Develops, hosts and presents academic information workshops.
  • Follows College policies and procedures on file reviews, documentation, confidentiality, data management and e-advising, as well as financial aid advising requirements.
  • Uses web services and software programs such as BANNER, Microsoft Office, world-wide web, Outlook, etc.
  • Participate in evening or weekend advising events
  • Identify, resolve, and assist students in understanding financial aid requirements and processes, including maintaining SAP, holds, book vouchers, and more, utilizing the Associate Dean of Financial Aid and Financial Aid Counselor, Sr. as a resource.
  • Responds to and tracks student inquiries and communications via email, phone, and/or letters in regards to admissions criteria, application procedures, and general questions/needs for information.
  • Coordinate the usage and processing of veterans’ education benefits as well as the usage and processing of federal tuition assistance, and coordinate contracted course between branches of military in support of Veterans.
  • Evaluates all training and education related to military service for application to degrees pursued at the institution that are and are not evaluated by the American Council on Education.
  • Evaluates and inspects veteran’s education records by both the state and federal government.
  • Maintains database of programs authorized for payment of benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Maintains archived evidence file as required by all branches of the military and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Serve as a collaborative member of the student services staff by working with all student services staff.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline:  The review of applications will begin immediately, with the position open until filled.  

REMOTE OPTION - Project Administrator/Manager – Ellucian

Full-time, non-classified at will, exempt, benefits eligible position. Reports to the Vice President of Student Services and Human Resources.

Salary: $50,000/yr.

Summary: Mountwest Community & Technical College welcomes applications for a Database Administrator who will serve in the role of overseeing all activities related to the implementation, development, training, and usage of Ellucian CRM Advise, Recruit DegreeWorks, and Banner. Key responsibilities include system management and analytics, devising and implementing communication plans for end users using CRM systems, and advising the Vice President for Student Services on current and potential uses of the system, and serving as the point of contact for Ellucian users across the College.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Manage changes to the systems at the request of customers and internal constituents

• Learn and fully understand Mountwest advising and recruiting practices

• Design, implement, and evaluate plans to improve unit staff capacity to use advanced features of systems to achieve workflow efficiencies and improve communications with constituents • Prioritize responding to staff, faculty and student needs • Measure project performance using appropriate tools and techniques

• Report and escalate issues to management as needed

• Ensure full utilization of CRM Advise, DegreeWorks, Recruit and Banner across the campus • Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors, as needed

• Creating and maintain comprehensive resources, such as training guides, back end development documentation, and more.

• Train end-users on the use of the systems.

• Respond quickly and appropriately to internal constituents and customers regarding any issues, bugs, or programming errors that occur.

• Provide customer service and serve as the front-line representative for all constituents experiencing issues or in need of assistance related to the use of the systems.

Minimum Qualifications: Strong educational and project management background, preferably in the field of computer science. A degree is not necessary, but certifications are preferred. Proven working experience in project management in the information technology sector. Solid technical background with understanding and/or hands-on experience in software solution implementations, data integrations, and web technologies. Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills, including demonstrated ability to train end-users on products. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills. Experience with Ellucian Banner or other Ellucian products preferred. Must be a team player and must be able to take initiative, prioritize, and complete work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented office.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. The review of applications will begin immediately.

    Student Success Specialist (STEM Center)

Full-time, benefits-eligible, non-exempt non-classified at will position. Salary: $35,000

Minimum Qualifications:  Master's degree in STEM field with at least 18 hours of mathematics coursework preferred, but Bachelor’s Degree accepted with consideration given for extensive college mathematics coursework. Must possess at least one year of tutoring experience.  

Duties and Responsibilities:   

Tutor students in STEM content areas, particularly mathematics, including walk-ins or by appointment. Tutoring may take place online or on-campus, in either individual or group sessions. Participate in professional development activities. Keep records and collect data for assessment purposes. Communicate with faculty regarding student progress. Demonstrate all best academic practices and foster an inclusive and equitable learning environment. Participate in events and meetings that promote academic success. Create educational materials to further demonstrate subject matter to be covering in tutoring sessions. Additional duties as assigned.

Application Deadline:  The review of applications will begin immediately, with the position open until filled.

 

Food Service Worker I

 

 

Part-time, classified, non-exempt position. Up to 20 hours per week.

 

 Salary:  Pay Grade 1. $9.85/hour.

 

 Requirements:  High school diploma or GED, plus one (1) year of food preparation experience in a food service operation; OR any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.  Customer service skills.  Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.  Requires the obtainment of a WV food handler’s permit; sanitation training certification preferred. Must be able to operate a cash register. Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Position will be operating a food cart.

 

Duties & Responsibilities:  Ability to operate restaurant/food cart equipment, communicate with customers. Responsible for stocking shelves and assisting with set-up & break-down of café/ food cart.   Cook at all food stations.  Fill customer orders.  Operate cash register and make daily deposits.   Assist with ordering from vendors.

 

Application Deadline:  The review of applications will begin immediately. For first consideration, please submit resume, copies of licensures, and 3 professional references no later than August 16, 2021.

 

 

 

To apply, please submit resume, the names and contact information for three professional references and a copy of college transcripts, and copies of any food handling certifications via email to jobs@mctc.edu or via mail to:

 

Human Resources

Mountwest Community & Technical College

One Mountwest Way

Huntington, WV  25701

Vacant Student Positions

This position is part-time, non-benefits eligible.  Salary: $8.75 per hour, maximum of 20 hours per week.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be able to lift computers and equipment weighing 50 or less pounds
  • General knowledge of:
    • Microsoft Windows PE Environment
    • Imaging computers using IP config at the command line
  • General troubleshooting skills for:
    • Computer hardware
    • Microsoft Windows OS

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • In network labs and faculty staff offices:
  • Setup new and old computers in labs
  • Assist with imaging new computers
  • Document MAC addresses
  • Document IP - #
  • Document each machine Service Tag #, Express Service code #

Setup computers in faculty staff offices

  • Assist with printer setup
  • Daily maintenance on computer problems
  • Other duties as assigned

Applications can be picked up in the Office of Human Resources, Employee Development & Payroll, Suite G12. Only complete applications will be given full consideration. For additional information, please call (304) 710-3501.

Multiple positions are available to current Mountwest Community & Technical College students. 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 and assisting with recruitment efforts.

Salary: $11/hour. Maximum of 20 hours per week.
 
Qualifications:
  • A current Mountwest student in good academic standing, 2.0 GPA or higher
  • Attended at least 1 semester at Mountwest
  • 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 Suites and Blackboard

Student Success Peer Coaches are expected to:

  • Contact prospective students via telephone, e-mail and text
  • Attend all required training activities
  • Develop knowledge on 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 EZStart courses
  • Outreach to potential students
  • Participate in recruitment activities outside of campus, including completion of accurate mileage log
  • Adhere to Peer Coach dress code

How to Apply: To apply, please complete an application with Human Resources, Employee Development & Payroll and provide two or more letters of recommendation from faculty or staff, along with a typed essay of 250 words or less to explain why you would make a great Peer Coach at Mountwest.

Only complete applications will be given consideration. For additional information, please email clevengerj@mctc.edu or call 304-710-3501.

Mountwest Community & Technical College and the Community and Technical College System of West Virginia are equal opportunity employers. To that end, we endeavor to provide equal treatment in employment and provision of services to applicants, employees and those we serve without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, disability or veteran status. Mountwest provides a collegial, respectful and inclusive environment that values the diversity, creativity and contributions of its staff.

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