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Academic and Career Advisor (Temporary) (Three Vacancies)
Midlands Technical College
Academic and Career Advisors play a critical role in helping students choose and enter a program that aligns with their long-range career goals, progress in their curriculum, and utilize both online tools and college supports that will enhance their success and help them complete their goals.

The individuals facilitate academic plan development, career advising, registration assistance and academic strategy cultivation with an assigned caseload of newly admitted students, students in their first semester of enrollment and continuing students. Academic and Career Advisors maintain thirty (30) hours of advising availability per week, participate in on-going training provided by the Center and assigned academic department(s), facilitate early interventions, and regularly use available technologies to ensure accurate and effective advising.

Midlands Technical College is dedicated to providing excellent service to its students, employees, and the community. In doing so, all MTC employees will take required training through My Professional Development Pathway, also known as MyPDP. A college-wide training to enhance our collective efforts of ensuring MTC is a first-choice college.

This position is located on the Airport, Beltline and/or Northeast Campus in the Academic and Career Advising department.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Master’s degree; or bachelor’s degree plus two (2) years’ experience in student services programs or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred Qualifications
Bachelor's degree plus three (3) years' experience in student services programs/academic advising or an achieved master's degree. The preferred candidate will have direct academic advising experience in a community/technical college setting including experience managing a caseload, leading student interventions, and leveraging technologies to document academic advisement and student support.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/3375421/academic-and-career-advisor-temporary-three-vacancies
Academic Success Center Director
Midlands Technical College
Oversees all daily operations of the Academic Success Centers (ASC) at all campus locations. Establishes & implements policies & procedures, goals & objectives for the ASC & serves on appropriate committees. Oversees & provides leadership for the Life Skills Center. Identifies & maintains a tutor certification program to ensure tutors are certified; evaluates tutor performance; provides professional development opportunities to all ASC staff.

Manages all tutoring services outside the physical centers including Supplemental Instruction, Tutor.com & more. Proactively investigates & implements various innovative academic support strategies such as peer tutoring, embedded tutoring, academic mentors & more. Produces statistical reports to reflect student use of ASC resources & services, & evaluates usage of tutoring services to support student success & retention efforts. Manages & maintains departmental budget, grant-funded budgets & other revenue streams.

Develops a marketing strategy to promote & advertise the programs & services to the ASC students, faculty, & staff. Maintains a user-friendly public website, & ensures accuracy & currency of information posted. Provides student-centered academic workshops on topics such as writing, study skills & technology. Closely collaborates w/ leadership within the academic schools to integrate curriculum content changes into tutorial programs.

Facilities a feedback loop after tutoring sessions back to faculty & departments about student performance. Facilities relationship w/ departments w/in the College as appropriate, including Library, Academic & Career Advising Center, Counseling & Career Services, & more.

Minimum Requirements
A Master's degree & experience in student services programs.

Preferred Qualifications
Experience implementing CRLA certified training programs. Experience effectively collaborating w/ multiple departments across campus to achieve departmental or college-wide goals.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4379675/academic-success-center-director
Adjunct Instructor– HVAC/R
Midlands Technical College
Maintains a high level of excellence in teaching by communicating & interacting effectively w/ students enrolled in courses w/in the program area. Prepares materials needed for course instruction & testing. Keeps student records & adheres to course schedules. Uses learning management systems to communicate w/ students, faculty & staff. Participates in the collection of student learning outcomes. Assists the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Technology program coordinator w/ timely notification of any shortfall in supplies or equipment needed for lab instruction. Conducts lectures, discussions & other teaching activities. Relates instruction & material to course objectives. Provides students w/ course syllabi & correlates grade assignment w/ skill & course competency. Submits grades, reports & records in a timely manner. Remains current in field.

Must have a broad knowledge of the HVAC/R industry w/ specific knowledge in the area(s) of teaching residential & light commercial HVAC/R. The faculty member needs to have a minimum of an Associate’s degree in HVAC/R Technology or a related field & 3-5 years direct practical experience working independently in the following areas of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration: Heat Pump Installation, Troubleshooting & Repair Gas & Electric Furnace Installation & Repair Duct Design & Fabrication; Air Flow Measurements & Troubleshooting Residential & Commercial Refrigeration & Freezer Troubleshooting & Repair

Minimum & Additional Requirements
Associate's degree in HVAC/R or a related field & a minimum of 3 years of related HVAC/R experience.

Preferred Qualifications
Bachelor's in HVAC/R or a closely related field w/ a minimum of 5 years related HVAC/R experience.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/2896746/adjunct-instructor-hvac-r
Adjunct Professor – Accounting
Midlands Technical College
Maintains a high level of excellence in teaching by communicating & interacting effectively w/ students enrolled in courses w/in the program area. Prepares materials needed for course instruction & testing.

Keeps student records & adheres to course schedules. Uses learning management systems to communicate w/ students, faculty, & staff. Participates in the collection of student learning outcomes.

Assists the Accounting Program Director w/ timely notification of any shortfall in supplies or equipment needed for instruction. Conducts lectures, discussions, & other teaching activities. Relates instruction & material to course objectives.

Provides students w/ course syllabi & correlates grade assignments w/ skill & course competency. Submits grades, reports, & records in a timely manner. Remains current in field.

Must have a broad knowledge of accounting practices & principles. To teach ACC 101 & 102, specific knowledge is required in the area(s) of analyzing, recording, & summarizing financial transactions, adjusting & closing financial records, preparing financial statements, ethics, managerial accounting, cost accounting, budgeting, cost-volume analysis, & financial statement analysis. To teach ACC 224, specific knowledge is required in tax reporting requirements & taxation of the proprietorship, partnership, S corporation, C corporation, & Limited Liability Company. Qualifications to teach other accounting courses will be evaluated on an as-needed basis.

Minimum & Additional Requirements
Master’s degree w/ 18 credit hours in Accounting related course work.

Preferred Qualifications
Master’s degree Accounting/Accountancy or master’s degree in Taxation or an LLM, professional certification such as CPA w/ two years of relevant work experience. Teaching experience in post-secondary educational environment.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/3579521/adjunct-professor-accounting
Adjunct Professor – AHS, CNA, EKG, Phlebotomy
Midlands Technical College
There is a need to develop a pool of qualified faculty to cover foundational Allied Health Sciences (AHS) courses for multiple programs of the MTC School of Healthcare. Courses include but are not limited to Medical Terminology, Basic Patient Care, Certified Nursing Assisting, Cardiac Care Technician, Phlebotomy, Computers in Healthcare, Health Careers Preparation, and Law & Ethics. Instructors will prepare, organize and sustain lectures/clinical experiences to diverse student body; Evaluate and monitor student performance and development; Aid students in achieving their academic goals and objectives; Ensure compliance with college policies, guidelines and processes. Reports to the AHS Director. Works with others to ensure student success.

This position is located at the Airport and Beltline Campuses in the School of Health Care.


Minimum and Additional Requirements
Associate’s or bachelor's degree in a Health Science or Nursing discipline with demonstrated competencies in the respective teaching area.

Preferred Qualifications
Preferred qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree with prior higher education teaching experience. A minimum of four (4) years of professional experience with two (2) years in higher education and or administration. Preference given to individuals available during day time hours and able to offer in-person instruction.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4308939/adjunct-professor-ahs-cna-ekg-phlebotomy
Adjunct Professor – Anatomy and Physiology
Midlands Technical College
Promotes student learning by communicating course content through a variety of teaching strategies, facilitating student engagement across all learning environments (on-campus, online or virtual), teaching metacognitive awareness & the skills needed for life-long learning, & using the learning management system (LMS) & other technologies to enhance instruction; aligns activities & assessments w/ course objectives & student learning outcomes; provides timely feedback that promotes continuous improvement; uses student evaluations for ongoing self-assessment & instructional improvement; & adheres to accepted standards of professional behavior, civility & service excellence.

Designs courses/curricula that align w/ student learning outcomes; evaluates effectiveness of course materials & teaching strategies for continuous improvement & currency; adheres to department guidelines & college policies outlined in course syllabi; uses approved template to create an individualized syllabus for each course & posts it on the learning management system at the beginning of the semester; establishes & maintains a semester schedule of activities; records current attendance & grades in the LMS; conforms to all state & federal laws pertaining to students’ rights in higher education; & meets all department & college deadlines.

Minimum & Additional Requirements
Doctorate or master’s degree in Anatomy & Physiology or a master’s degree in a related discipline w/ concentration (to include a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline). Must have at least two (2) years’ experience teaching college level lectures & laboratory courses in Human Anatomy & Physiology.

Preferred Qualifications
Doctor of Philosophy is preferred. Experience teaching courses in multiple delivery methods, such as on-campus, hybrid, &/or online asynchronous, synchronous modalities is highly desirable.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4074676/adjunct-professor-anatomy-and-physiology
Adjunct Professor – Ecology
Midlands Technical College
Promotes student learning by communicating course content through a variety of teaching strategies, facilitating student engagement across all learning environments (on-campus, online or virtual), teaching metacognitive awareness and the skills needed for life-long learning, and using the learning management system (LMS) and other technologies to enhance instruction; aligns activities and assessments with course objectives and student learning outcomes; provides timely feedback that promotes continuous improvement; uses student evaluations for ongoing self-assessment and instructional improvement; and adheres to accepted standards of professional behavior, civility and service excellence.

Designs courses/curricula that align with student learning outcomes; evaluates effectiveness of course materials and teaching strategies for continuous improvement and currency; adheres to department guidelines and college policies outlined in course syllabi; uses approved template to create an individualized syllabus for each course and posts it on the learning management system at the beginning of the semester; establishes and maintains a semester schedule of activities; records current attendance and grades in the LMS; conforms to all state and federal laws pertaining to students’ rights in higher education; and meets all department and college deadlines.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Doctorate or master’s degree in Ecology or a master’s degree in a related discipline with concentration (to include a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline). Must have at least two (2) years’ experience teaching college level lectures and laboratory courses in Ecology or other Biological Sciences.

Preferred Qualifications
Doctor of Philosophy is preferred. Experience teaching courses in multiple delivery methods, such as on-campus, hybrid, and/or online asynchronous, synchronous modalities is highly desirable.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4074690/adjunct-professor-ecology
Adjunct Professor – English
Midlands Technical College
Midlands Technical College’s English Department is seeking energetic, engaged, student-centered instructors to join our community and help us provide an open, accessible, and high-quality college experience for MTC’s students. The department provides support for new faculty through mentorship by full-time faculty serving as course coordinators. We also have a robust in-house history of professional development primarily driven by reflection on our classroom experiences with students.

Teach a variety of English courses (primarily ENG 100, Introduction to Composition; ENG 101, English Composition I; ENG 102, English Composition II; ENG 160, Technical Communications; and/or ENG 165, Professional Communications). Submit semester and course calendars. Use online platforms to enhance teaching and learning and keep attendance records and e-portfolio (training provided). Report on student progress as needed based on college initiatives. Participate in collection of data pertaining to student learning outcomes and competencies. Complete required training as assigned.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Master’s degree in English or a related field with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in English. Applicants should submit a resume curriculum vitae and a brief cover letter. Official graduate transcripts are required if hired; unofficial transcripts are requested at the time of interview.

Preferred Qualifications
Master’s degree in English or a related field with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in English. Applicants should submit a resume curriculum vitae and a brief cover letter. Official graduate transcripts are required if hired; unofficial transcripts are requested at the time of interview.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/3982826/adjunct-professor-english
Adjunct Professor – Expanded Duty Dental Assisting
Midlands Technical College
Teaches Clinical/Lab sessions for Expanded Duty Dental Assisting (EDDA) and DAT 154 Dental Procedures. Works with students and teaches the basic operatory procedures for dental patient care, including infection control procedures, identifying dental instruments for operative procedures, passing instruments, isolation of dentition and assisting the dentist. Associate’s degree is required for clinical or lab courses.

Teaches Didactic (Lecture) Course Sections: Dental Morphology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Medical Emergencies, Dental Health Education, Ethics and Professionalism. Bachelor’s degree is required for didactic course sections.

Positions are open to Dental Hygienists with current CDA credentials and appropriate knowledge in assigned course content.

Midlands Technical College is dedicated to providing excellent service to its students, employees, and the community. In doing so, all MTC employees will take two Service Excellence courses: a college-wide program to enhance our collective efforts of ensuring MTC is a first-choice college.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Associate’s degree, DANB Certified Dental Assistant, General Dentistry experience and current CPR credentials.

Preferred Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree, Chairside General Dentistry and Dental Specialties experience, and Dentrix computer software experience is preferred.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/3419177/adjunct-professor-expanded-duty-dental-assisting
Adjunct Professor – Machinist/CNC
Midlands Technical College
Maintain s a high level of excellence in teaching by communicating and interacting effectively with students enrolled in courses within the program area. Prepares materials needed for instruction. Keeps student records and adheres to course schedules. Machinist/CNC (Computer Numerical Control) instructors will teach the following courses: Blueprint Reading and Measuring Tools, Manual Mills, Manual Lathes, CNC Theory of Operation, CNC Programming (G & M codes), CNC Mill and CNC Lathe set up & operation. Responsibilities include maintaining a comprehensive, safe program and facilities; training students to safely and effectively operate manual Mills and Lathes and CNC Mills and CNC Lathes; ensuring the readiness of facilities for class activities; teaching classroom and laboratory classes; evaluation and reporting of students' progress and laboratory performance; assigning and assisting students on class projects; creating and delivering lecture demonstrations.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Associate's degree in Machine Tool Technology and/or a Journeyman Machinist with a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in a machining operation. A successful candidate must possess the ability to work effectively with others in creatively solving practical problems, and be very familiar with current Machining/ CNC equipment programming and operation. Must be able to use discretion when dealing with confidential information/ issues. The Candidate must have extensive on the job experience, knowledge and training along with the ability to convey that knowledge to others.

Preferred Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Machine Tool Technology or a related field and a minimum of five (5) years of related experience. CAM experience is a plus.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4314539/adjunct-professor-machinist-cnc
Adjunct-Industrial Electrical
Midlands Technical College
Maintains a high level of excellence in teaching by communicating and interacting effectively with students enrolled in courses within the program area. Prepares materials needed for course instruction and testing.

Keeps student records and adheres to course schedules. Uses learning management systems to communicate with students, faculty and staff.

Assists the program coordinator with timely notification of any shortfall in supplies or equipment needed for lab instruction.

Conducts lectures, discussions and other teaching activities. Relates instruction and material to course objectives. Provides students with course syllabi and correlates grade assignment with skill and course competency.

Submits grades, reports and records in a timely manner. Remains current in field. Must have a broad knowledge of the industrial electricity industry with specific knowledge in the area(s) of teaching electrical and electronic theory & practice.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Associate's degree in Industrial Electrical or a related field and a minimum of three (3) years of related industry experience.

Preferred Qualifications
Associates degree in Industrial Electrical or related fields and (5) years of experience.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4385328/adjunct-industrial-electrical
Economics Professor
Midlands Technical College
The Economics instructor will teach course offerings (ECO 201 Economic Concepts, ECO 210- Macroeconomics, and/or ECO 211 - Microeconomics) at Midlands Technical College (MTC) and dual enrollment sites either on-campus, virtual, or on-line during the regular daytime hours and occasionally nights.

The MTC courses, and by extension the instructor, are under the purview of MTC and the supervision of the appropriate MTC Department Chair/Program Director.

The instructor is expected to comply with all MTC policies and procedures. The courses should contain the required student learning outcomes as defined by the department, assessment, and evaluation of student learning outcomes and instructional effectiveness.

The instructor is expected to prepare course plans and material, manage the classroom environment, and keep updated records in the learning management system for all courses.

The instructor will be responsible for compiling department-wide data for the student learning outcomes and reporting the findings annually, contribute to the innovative curriculum development for economics courses, and coordinating the materials for all economics classes (book selections and on-line course compliance).

The instructor will also support all adjunct faculty within the discipline with discipline-specific matters.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Master's degree in Economics, or a Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Economics. Strong communication skills, excellent computer skills (to include learning management systems), and advanced experience in creating and analyzing spreadsheets.

Preferred Qualifications
Doctorate or Master’s degree in Economics with demonstrated experience and expertise in teaching to a diverse and non-traditional two-year college student population.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/3607855/economics-professor
English Instructor
Midlands Technical College
Currently teaches five sections of composition and/or literature courses in the Fall and Spring semesters, and others as needed.

Uses online platform to manage student instruction and records (attendance and grades) and to enhance student learning.

Participates in student engagement activities. Keeps office hours. Submits reports of instructional activity.

Participates in collection of and analysis of data pertaining to student learning outcomes and competencies.

Engages in professional development.

Serves on College and/or department committees.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Master's degree in English or a related field with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in English.

Preferred Qualifications
Experience and training (either via graduate study or professional development) in teaching composition, professional writing, and/or technical writing including 21st century literacies highly preferred.
Experience teaching first year composition or other first or second year writing courses in fully online environments highly preferred.
Experience teaching dual-enrollment population highly preferred. Demonstrated interest or experience in teaching diverse student population in a two year college setting highly preferred.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4360161/english-instructor
History Professor
Midlands Technical College
Promotes student learning by communicating course content through a variety of teaching strategies, facilitating student engagement across all learning modalities (on campus, online, or virtual), use the learning management system & other technologies to enhance instruction; aligns activities & assessments w/ course objectives & student learning outcomes; provides timely feedback that promotes continuous improvement.

Designs courses/curricula that align w/ student learning outcomes; evaluates effectiveness of course materials & teaching strategies for continuous improvement; adheres to department guidelines & college policies outlined in course syllabi; establishes & maintains a semester schedule of activities; records current attendance & grades in the LMS; meets all department & college deadlines.

Posts & maintains regular office hours for mentoring, academic support, & other forms of outreach to students; communicates regularly w/ students through the LMS; responds in a timely, professional manner to student emails; refers students to academic & nonacademic student support services & other resources as appropriate; works w/ the Academic & Career Advising Center to support student success; participates in department & college events for students.

Engages in discipline related professional development to maintain current in the field; participates in faculty development opportunities that enhance teaching & learning at the two-year college; completes mandatory college training in a timely manner.

Minimum & Additional Requirements
Master's degree in history or master's degree in related field w/ 18 graduate hours in history.

Preferred Qualifications
PhD in history strongly preferred. Priority for generalist w/ the ability to teach major surveys in US, world, & western civilizations. Additional preference for the ability to teach Asian or Middle Eastern history. Demonstrated ability to teach to diverse student populations at a two-year college.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4368602/history-professor
Music Professor
Midlands Technical College
Promotes student learning by communicating course content through a variety of teaching strategies, facilitating student engagement across all learning modalities (on-campus, online, or virtual), use the learning management system & other technologies to enhance instruction; aligns activities & assessments w/ course objectives & student learning outcomes; provides timely feedback that promotes continuous improvement.

Designs courses/curricula that align w/ student learning outcomes; evaluates effectiveness of course materials & teaching strategies for continuous improvement & currency; establishes & maintains a semester schedule of activities; records current attendance & grades in the LMS.

Posts & maintains regular office hours for mentoring, academic support, & other forms of outreach to students; communicates regularly w/ students through the LMS; responds in a timely, professional manner to student emails & other communications; refers students to academic & nonacademic student support services & other resources as appropriate; works w/ the Academic & Career Advising Center to support student success; participates in department & college events for students.

Engages in discipline-related professional development to maintain currency in the field; participates in faculty development opportunities that enhance teaching & learning at the two-year college; completes mandatory college training in a timely manner.

Minimum & Additional Requirements
Master's degree in music or master's degree in a related field w/ 18 graduate hours in music.

Preferred Qualifications
Experience teaching both general education & introductory courses for music majors in a community college setting strongly preferred; Experience working w/ diverse students; An openness to OER & active-learning pedagogical formats; additional desirable qualifications could include conducting large ensembles &/or advance piano skills.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4367812/music-professor
Philosophy Professor
Midlands Technical College
Promotes student learning by communicating course content through a variety of teaching strategies, facilitating student engagement across all learning modalities (on-campus, online, or virtual), use the learning management system & other technologies to enhance instruction; aligns activities & assessments w/ course objectives & student learning outcomes; provides timely feedback that promotes continuous improvement.

Designs courses/curricula that align w/ student learning outcomes; evaluates effectiveness of course materials & teaching strategies for continuous improvement & currency; establishes & maintains a semester schedule of activities; records current attendance & grades in the LMS.

Posts & maintains regular office hours for mentoring, academic support, & other forms of outreach to students; communicates regularly w/ students through the LMS; responds in a timely, professional manner to student emails & other communications; refers students to academic & nonacademic student support services & other resources as appropriate; works w/ the Academic & Career Advising Center to support student success; participates in department & college events for students.

Engages in discipline-related professional development to maintain currency in the field; participates in faculty development opportunities that enhance teaching & learning at the two-year college; completes mandatory college training in a timely manner.

Minimum & Additional Requirements
Master's degree in philosophy or master's degree in a related field with 18 graduate hours in Philosophy.

Preferred Qualifications
PhD in Philosophy strongly preferred. Preference for experience in teaching introduction to philosophy, Logic, and contemporary Moral problems. Strong background in the history of philosophy. Demonstrated experience in teaching to diverse student populations at a two-year college.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4368827/philosophy-professor
Political Science Professor
Midlands Technical College
Political science professor will teach course offerings (for general political science and international relations courses) at Midlands Technical College (MTC) and dual enrollment sites either on-campus, virtual, or online during the regular daytime hours and occasionally nights. The MTC courses, and by extension the professor, are under the purview of MTC and the supervision of the appropriate MTC Department Chair/Program Director.

The professor is expected to comply with all MTC policies and procedures. The courses should contain the required student learning outcomes as defined by the department, assessment, and evaluation of student learning outcomes and instructional effectiveness.

The professor is expected to prepare course plans and material, manage the classroom environment, and keep updated records in the learning management system for all courses.

The professor will be responsible for compiling department-wide data for the student learning outcomes and reporting the findings annually, contribute to the innovative curriculum development for the political science courses, and coordinating the materials for the political science classes (book selections and online course compliance).

The professor will also support assigned faculty within the discipline with discipline-specific matters.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
Master's degree in political science, or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Political Science. Strong communication skills, excellent computer skills (to include learning management systems).

Preferred Qualifications
Doctorate or Master 's degree in Political Science with demonstrated experience and expertise in teaching to a diverse and non-traditional two-year college student population.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4366665/political-science-professor
Simulation Center Technician
Midlands Technical College
The Simulation Technician will be responsible for the technical operation of both simulation & medical equipment held within the Center.

Responsibilities will involve ensuring simulation rooms are setup line w/ planned programs, ensuring simulators are functioning fully & having an ability to undertake routine maintenance & repairs as instructed by manufacturers.

A working knowledge of medical equipment such as ventilators, defibrillators, etc. is required & technical training in management of these devices is beneficial.

A passion for working w/ technology to deliver high quality simulation facilitation is essential, a team player working in partnership to ensure center goals are achieved.

Some medical knowledge is most certainly beneficial & a good understanding of simulation programming, computer literacy & AV support is desired.

Candidate must be prepared to undertake additional training in simulator maintenance.

This is an as needed position for Saturday Simulations.

Minimum & Additional Requirements
Associate's degree preferred in a health care field or related experience in maintenance, repair, & technical support of simulation equipment &/or medical device systems in a large healthcare delivery setting, or equivalent combination of education & experience.

Demonstrated superior interpersonal & communication skills,

Ability to work independently w/ minimal supervision.

Ability to work flexible hours.

Availability to work Saturdays is necessary.

Ability to lift, walk, climb, & move bulky equipment is necessary for this role.

Preferred Qualifications
A healthcare qualification is preferred.

Demonstrated knowledge of videotape recording & audio/visual equipment.

Previous experience in a simulation training center environment is strongly preferred.

Experience in maintenance & technical support of simulators.

A working knowledge of medical simulators & familiarity w/ comma I medical device systems strongly preferred.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4366509/simulation-center-technician
Substitute Library Technical Assistant
Midlands Technical College
MTC is currently accepting applications for a Part-Time, Substitute Library Technical Assistant to work at our Airport, Beltline, and Northeast Libraries.

On-Call Library Specialists are scheduled on an as-needed basis to cover the library desk. They do not have a set schedule or guaranteed number of hours.

Under direct supervision, provides reference and circulation services to library users.

Answers directional and informational questions about the MTC Library, its services, and materials.

Monitors and troubleshoots student computing, printing, and computing tools.

Effectively directs students to library resources.

Maintains daily library operations to include opening and closing procedures, checking out and monitoring study rooms, clerical work, and maintaining physical library materials (shelving, shifting, and shelf reading).

Assists with basic technology repair and maintenance.

Minimum and Additional Requirements
A high school diploma and experience in library, clerical, or customer service-related field.

Preferred Qualifications
Associate degree with two (2) years' experience in library work, or a high school diploma and four (4) years' experience in library, clerical, or customer, service-related field.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/jobs/4366543/substitute-library-technical-assistant
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