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Health Insurance

Neosho County Community College offers 100% paid single Health insurance premium. The health insurance provider is Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas.

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Dental Insurance

Neosho County Community College offers 100% paid single dental insurance premium. The dental insurance provider is Delta Dental of Kansas.

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KPERS Retirement

KPER’s membership includes long-term disability benefits and basic group life insurance. Six percent of the employee’s salary is deducted for this retirement plan. https://www.kpers.org/active/index.html

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Holiday Pay

Neosho County Community College provides 20+ paid holidays for permanent employees. Paid holidays include Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Spring Break, Memorial Day, July Fourth, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Week, and at least one week of Christmas Break.

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Work Weeks

Full-time employees work 36 hours per week, paid for 40.  Hours during the academic year 8:00 – 5:00 M – TH, 8:00 – 12:00 F, Summer hours 7:30 — 5:30  M – TH

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Vacation

Full-time and permanent part-time employees are entitled to vacation pay based upon employment classification and years of service. Vacation hours will accrue monthly.

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Sick Leave

Full-time and permanent part-time employees are entitled to sick pay based on their employment classification. Sick leave hours will accrue monthly.

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403(b) Matching Fund

Full and part-time permanent employees are eligible to make salary deferrals and receive employer matching contributions up to $25.00 per month on your date of hire.

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Professional Development Fund

Neosho County Community College expects all employees to take the initiative in maintaining and continually reassessing skills and knowledge required for their assigned work. All eligible employees may apply for professional development funds.

Full Time Faculty enjoy applicable full-time benefits and others found in negotiated agreement.

Part-time permanent employee benefits include Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, KPERS Retirement, prorated vacation, sick leave, paid holidays based on contracted work hours, employee/dependent scholarships, and professional development.

For more information on Neosho County Community College Benefits follow the link provided.

Neosho County Community College is an equal opportunity employer.

Employment Opportunities at NCCC

Career Opportunities on Chanute Campus

Full-Time Career Opportunity Career Summary

Upward Bound Administrative Assistant

(pending board approval)

Reports to:  Upward Bound Director

Classification:  Full-time, 12-month Employee, Grant Funded

Pay Status:  Hourly, Level III, Non-exempt

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Starting Salary Range:  $14.00 – $14.50

The full-time Upward Bound Administrative Assistant will work cooperatively with the NCCC Upward Bound staff in all aspects of program operation.  Duties will include office management, chaperoning students, co-visits to area high schools, and assistance with report preparation.

HVAC Instructor

Classification:  Instructor, 9-month position

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

Salary Range:  Instructor Scale

Start Date: July 1, 2023

The position reports to the Dean of Outreach and Workforce Development and is responsible for providing effective classroom and laboratory instruction resulting in NCCER HVAC certification and achievement of industry standards.

Education and Experience: Master’s degree preferred. Bachelor’s degree in industrial technology – related field, or specialty certification required. Practical experience required. Teaching experience preferred

Electrical Technology Instructor

Classification:  Instructor, 9-month position

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

Salary Range:  Instructor Scale

Start Date: July 1, 2023

The position reports to the Dean of Outreach and Workforce Development and is responsible for providing effective classroom and laboratory instruction resulting in NCCER electrical certification and achievement of industry standards.

Education and Experience: Master’s degree preferred. Bachelor’s degree in industrial technology – related field, or specialty certification required. Practical experience required. Teaching experience preferred

Plumbing Instructor

Classification:  Instructor, 9-month position

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

Salary Range:  Instructor Scale

Start Date: July 1, 2023

The position reports to the Dean of Outreach and Workforce Development and is responsible for providing effective classroom and laboratory instruction resulting in NCCER plumbing certification and achievement of industry standards.

Education and Experience: Master’s degree preferred. Bachelor’s degree in industrial technology – related field, or specialty certification required. Practical experience required. Teaching experience preferred

Custodian
Hours: 2:00pm – 10:30pm

Pay Status:  Hourly, Non-exempt, Level I

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Starting Salary Range:  $13.50 - $14.50

This position performs a variety of custodial functions for the college and reports to the Lead Custodian under his/her direct supervision.

Assistant Cross Country/Track & Field Coach

Classification: Full-time, 9-month Employee

Pay Status: Academic Management Support

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Salary $21,000

This position reports to the Head Coach of that sport and is responsible for all procedures and activities relating to the designated sport program. Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to drive school vehicles per board policy.

Adult Education Instructor

Independence Community College Location

Classification: Academic Management Support, Full-time, 12-month Employee

Pay Status: Exempt

100% Grant funded

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Starting Salary:  $32,760

This position is a member of the Adult Education department who reports to the Director of Adult Basic Education.  This position is responsible for the day to day classroom instruction, implementation of adult education curriculum, and assisting with outreach planning, and student data collection for reporting purposes.

Director of Talent Search Project

Classification:  Full-time, 12-month Employee, Grant Funded

Pay Status:  Academic Administrator, Exempt

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Salary Range:  $35,000- $40,000

Reports to:  Dean of Outreach and Workforce Development

This position is responsible for all aspects of the SEK Talent Search Project.

Director of Development

Classification:  Full-time, 12-month Employee

Pay Status:  Administrator, Exempt

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Salary range:  $50,000 - $60,000

This position reports to the President and also acts as the liaison to the NCCC Foundation Board of Directors and the NCCC Alumni Board.  The position is responsible for planning and implementing all development/fundraising and alumni activities for the organization.

STARS Math Specialist

Classification:  Full-time, 12-month Employee, Grant Funded

Pay Status:  Academic Management Support, Exempt

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Salary Range:  $30,160 - $34,600

This full-time position reports to the Director of the STARS Student Support Services Project and is responsible for tutoring and academic advising of project participants.

Sociology Instructor

Reports to:  Division Chair/Dean/Director

Organizational Unit:  Faculty

Salary Range: $38,350 - $70,850 (See Negotiated Agreement)

Start Date January 2023

This position reports to the appropriate academic supervisor and is responsible for providing effective classroom instruction. Education and Experience: Meets Higher Learning Commission Instructor Qualification requirements.
 
3-5 years’ experience in community college instruction and/or discipline-specific work history preferred.

Assistant Spirit Coach

Reports to: Head Coach

Classification: Full-time, 9-month Employee

Pay Status: Academic Management Support

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Salary $21,000

This position reports to the Head Coach of that sport and is responsible for all procedures and activities relating to the designated sport program.

Permanent Part-Time Career Opportunity Career Summary

Safety Officer – Part Time

Part-time, 11-month Employee

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Minimum Starting Salary:  $15.50

This position performs a variety of safety and security-related functions for the college and reports to the Director of Facilities in conjunction with the Vice President for Operations.  The position is responsible for patrolling college buildings and property to detect suspicious activity, assist as necessary while acting as an ambassador of the college, and ensure the safety of students, employees and visitors.Variable Hours

Financial Aid Specialist - PT

 

Part-time (28 hours per week) 12-month Employee
 
 
Pay Status:  Hourly, Level IV, Non-exempt
 
 
Fringe Benefits per Board Policy
 
 
Starting Salary Range:  $14.50 - $15.50
 
 
This position reports to the Director of Financial Aid. Primary functions are to provide support to the office of Financial Aid.

Career Opportunities on Ottawa Campus

Full-Time Career Opportunity Career Summary

Admissions Specialist – Ottawa

Classification:  Management Support, Full-time, 12-month Employee

Pay Status:  Exempt

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Starting Salary Range:  $30,160  – 31,200 ($14.50 - $15.00/ph)

This position is a member of the Student Development team and reports directly to the Director of Admissions. This position is responsible for assisting with all admissions and recruiting efforts for the college.

Permanent Part-TimeCareer Opportunity Career Summary

PT Custodian - Ottawa

Classification:  Part-time 10-month Employee, 20 hours/week

Pay Status:  Hourly, Non-exempt, Level I

Fringe Benefit per Board Policy

Starting Salary Range:  $13.50 to $14.50
 
This position performs a variety of custodial functions for the college and reports to the Lead Custodian under his/her direct supervision.

Other Job Listings

Career Opportunity Career Summary

Upward Bound Summer Program – Teacher’s Assistant/Paraprofessional

The Upward Bound Summer Program is looking for 2 Teacher Assistants (TAs) to assist in the teaching of 5 high-school-level academic subjects: Literature, Composition, Science, Math, & Spanish. Pay amount is $1,800.

This is a seasonal position beginning May 30, 2023, and ending June 29, 2023. A high school diploma and at least 2 years of study at an institute of higher education are required. At least three years of experience working with high school students (grades 9 – 12) and an Associate’s Degree are preferred.

Upward Bound Summer Program – Academic Instructor

The Upward Bound Summer Program is looking for 5 instructors to teach high-school-level academic subjects: Composition, Literature, Science, Math, & Spanish. Pay amount is $2,800.

This is a seasonal position beginning May 30, 2023, and ending June 29, 2023. A Bachelor’s degree and teaching certification is required. At least three years of experience teaching high school students (grades 9 – 12) is preferred.

Upward Bound Summer Program – Resident Assistant

The Upward Bound Program is looking for 3-4 Summer Resident Assistants (RAs) to provide participants with a positive living/learning environment. The pay amount is $2,300. (Optional - $500 stipend for RA who drives students to/from Driver's Ed before their shift (Between 7 am and 2:30 pm).

This is a seasonal overnight position beginning May 29 and ending June 29. RAs will be required to work an end-of-program trip from July 2 – July 7.

Upward Bound Summer Program – Head Resident Assistant

The Upward Bound Program is looking for a Head Resident Assistant (RA) to provide participants with a positive living/learning environment. The pay amount is $2,700. (Optional - $500 stipend for RA who drives students to/from Driver's Ed before their shift (Between 7 am and 2:30 pm).

 

 This is a seasonal overnight position beginning May 29, 2023, and ending June 29. The Head RA will also be required to work an end-of-the-program trip from July 2 – July 7.

Adjunct Instructor Needed for Medical Assistant Program

Minimum Qualifications:  Two-years of field experience performing medical assistant duties with certification in medical assisting, or eligibility to complete national certification upon hire, starting March 2023.

Neosho County Community College is accepting applications for an adjunct instructor to teach evening college courses in the Medical Assistant program on the Ottawa campus.

 

Adjunct Paralegal Instructor – Online  

Neosho County Community College seeks a person to teach 8 week online courses in the fields of Wills, Estates, Trusts and Business Organizations. Education required is Degree in Paralegal (can be associates or bachelors) or Juris Doctorate degree.

For more information contact Melissa Dugan, mdugan@neosho.edu or call 620-432-0452.

Adjunct Welding Instructor — LaHarpe Regional Technology Center

Beginning Fall 2023

Neosho County Community College seeks a person to provide welding technology instruction in LaHarpe, Kansas resulting in weld certification and achievement of industry standards.  Specialty certification required; practical welding experience required.

Contact Brenda Krumm, bkrumm@neosho.edu or 620-432-0364 for more information.

Adjunct Instructor – Physical Science – Ottawa Campus

 

Beginning Fall Semester 2023, renewable each semester as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:  Master’s degree in field preferred or master’s degree with 18 graduate hours in field required. Previous successful college level teaching experience preferred.

Neosho County Community College welcomes applicants for the position of Adjunct Instructor – Physical Sciences. Current class assignments are Physical Sciences lecture and laboratory. Contact Dr. Steve Yuza (620.432.0423 or syuza@neosho.edu) for more details.

Adjunct Instructor – Chemistry – Ottawa Campus

Beginning Fall Semester 2023, renewable each semester as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:  Master’s degree in field preferred or master’s degree with 18 graduate hours in field required. Previous successful college level teaching experience preferred.

Neosho County Community College welcomes applicants for the position of Adjunct Instructor – Chemistry. Current class assignments are Introduction to Chemistry lecture and laboratory. Contact Dr. Steve Yuza (620.432.0423 or syuza@neosho.edu) for more details.

 

Beginning Fall Semester 2023

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in field preferred or master’s degree with 18 graduate hours in field required. Previous successful college level teaching experience preferred.
Neosho County Community College welcomes applicants for the position of Adjunct Instructor – Physics to teach Introduction to College Physics 1 lecture and lab at the Ottawa Campus. The schedule for these classes have not yet been set. Contact Dr. Steve Yuza (620.432.0423 or syuza@neosho.edu) for more details.
 
Beginning Spring Fall 2023, renewable each semester as needed
 
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in field preferred or master’s degree with 18 graduate hours in field required. Previous successful college level teaching experience preferred.
Neosho County Community College welcomes applicants for the position of Adjunct Instructor – Possible class assignments are Algebra or Statistics.  Contact Dr. Steve Yuza (620.432.0423 or syuza@neosho.edu ) or Dr. Marie Gardner (785.248.2798 or mgardner@neosho.edu ) for more details.

Tutors - Upward Bound Program

Hourly wage between $9.25 - $13.00 depending on previous experience and education

Tutors may expect to work approximately 10 hours per week.

No Benefits

Neosho County Community College (NCCC) welcomes applicants for the position of Part-Time Tutor as part of the Upward Bound (UB) program. Tutors will be working with high school students at Chanute High School and Iola High School. We are seeking tutors who are knowledgeable and capable of positively explaining and teaching material in the areas of Math, Science, English, Social Studies, and Foreign Language (primarily Spanish).

Tutors - Talent Search Program

Hourly wage is between $9.25-$13.00 depending on previous experience and education.

Tutors may expect to work approximately 10 hours per week.

No Benefits

Neosho County Community College welcomes applicants for the position of Part Time Tutor as part of the Educational Talent Search program. Seeking tutors for Chanute High
School, Royster Middle School, Galesburg Middle School, Altoona-Midway Middle School and High School, St. Paul Middle School and High School. Knowledgeable of all core classes. The majority of meeting times with students would be before the high school day begins and after it ends, approximately 7:00-7:45 am & between 3:00– 5:00 pm.

To apply submit the following to Human Resources:

  • NCCC Application ›
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume with names and phone number of five references
  • Unofficial Transcripts

Contact Human Resources

contact

Karin Jacobson, Human Resources Director

Neosho County Community College

800 West 14th Street

Chanute, KS 66720

Phone: (620) 432-0333

Phone: 1-800-729-6222 (Kansas Only)

Fax: (620) 432-0449

Email: hr@neosho.edu