Southwestern Community College
  • - Workforce Continuing Education
  • $39,924.00 - $45,936.00 annually
  • Salary
  • Full Time
  • State Health Plan

Statement of Primary Purpose
Provide oversight of workforce education programming to meet the needs of the region's workforce. Duties include: hire and provide support for part-time instructors, develop schedules, market classes, recruit students, work with area high schools to develop training programs, develop partnerships with employers in service area to address industry needs to include work-based learning opportunities.

Full-time, exempt, Program Administrator.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities
• Represent the college by participating in community activities/programs that further the economic, social, and environment development of the service area.
• Meet with area employers to identify training needs and develop program(s) as needed.
• Schedule Workforce Training classes for SCC service area.
• Hire, evaluate, and coach instructors.
• Schedule classes, prepare class schedules, facilitate marketing classes, facilitate contracts, register students, collect student registration fees, administer exams, and class evaluations.
• Create course outlines/seek approval/report student credit to Licensure Boards.
• Obtain course approvals on all courses; prepare and submit course outlines/CEU rationales for courses and designate appropriate student resources.
• Supervise workforce training classes and other classes as requested.
• Ensure correct payroll for instructors each month.
• Ensure compliance with state board requirements.
• Manage facilities and recommend equipment, furnishings and software improvements.
• Provide direction, leadership, and guidance to assigned employees.
• Analyze and solve work problems or assist employees in solving problems.
• Possess general knowledge of all work responsibilities involved in assigned area.
• Interact with students, the public, the community and co-workers in a cooperative, courteous, and professional manner on the phone and in person.
• Maintain files and records.
• Manage distance (online) learning classes.
• Facilitate uploading class content and tests to Moodle for online classes.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities
• Serve on college committees.
• Serve on community boards and committees.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor Degree required

Knowledge and Skills
Must possess excellent organizational and communication skills. Must have the ability to perform multiple tasks, and work with limited direct supervision. Must be self-motivated and possess excellent inter-personal skills.
Prefer: Program management experience

Physical Demands
No demanding physical requirements.

Licensing Requirement
Must possess bachelor degree to be the coordinator for some programs.
Valid NC Drivers' License.

Working Conditions and Environment
Must travel to class locations, and NCCCS meetings throughout the state. Work schedule must conform to class and meeting needs.

Equipment Operation
Computer, Copier, Fax, Telephone, Calculator, Printer, classroom equipment, various software applications

This position description covers the most essential functions and duties associated with this position. Other duties may be assigned by the President or appropriate supervisory personnel. The College reserves the right to alter duties, responsibilities, conditions, working hours, and job title as necessary.

This position has been closed and is no longer available.
Southwestern Community College


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