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Department: Administrative Services
Job Description: Responsible for the daily collection and reporting of receipts utilizing Datatel computer system. Collect tuition and fees during registration. Process daily cash receipts and assist all customers at the cashier’s window. Prepare daily cash deposit reconciliation and closeout sheet. Provide excellent customer service to internal and external customers. Update student/sponsors account and PERC screens as paid. Manager AR accounts by updating business office holds. Maintain and update spreadsheets for Promissory Notes, Unpaid Returned Checks, and Credit Cards. Distribute Financial Aid Checks. Mail out student statements. Certification of Deposit. Back up AR Technician. Perform a variety of administrative duties in the personnel office. Assists HR Director in record keeping, scheduling, leave administration, and new employee orientation. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality in perform HR functions. Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications Required: Associate degree in Accounting or Business Administration and 3 years business office experience, or an equivalency combination of experience and training. Community College experience preferred. Experience in Word and Excel required.
Date Available: 1/23/2017
Closing Date: Until Filled
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Department: Student Support Services (SSS)
Job Description: Identify and recruit students for the SSS program. Build rapport with students and provide a professional and nurturing environment. Advise and support TRIO SSS participants to include: intakes, assessments, and academic support. Plan, implement, and promote a calendar of retention events for students in accordance with SSS grant. Monitors student progress and provides feedback to SSS team; markets SSS program to campus community; maintains SSS website; provides outreach to students who exhibit challenges that could cause withdrawals. Fosters relationships with faculty and staff in an effort to retain students. Chaperone and monitor on and off campus SSS and college-related events. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of TRIO and institutional policies and procedures. Assists Director in overall SSS work plan with an emphasis on maintaining student records and completing weekly, monthly and annual reports. Assists Director in developing the Annual Performance Report. Other duties as assigned. This position is grant funded for a five-year period.
Qualifications Required: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Education or related field preferred. Knowledge of TRIO programs and working with students who have overcome various barriers preferred. Proficiency in the use of information technology, word processing spreadsheets, and databases. Must be flexible and able to work weekends and evenings as needed.
Date Available: 1/12/2017
Closing Date: Until Filled
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Department: President's Office
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Job Description: Under the supervision of the President, the Vice President of Administrative Services & Chief Financial Officer is responsible to the President for the leadership and administration of the College’s budget development, fiscal operations, fiscal accountability, facilities management, major construction and renovation projects, campus information technology, human resources & Title IX, payroll & accounting, bookstore, custodial, food services, building grounds, campus security, maintenance, and other duties as assigned. The incumbent will be required to live in the college’s service region within 6 months of initial hiring. May serve as the acting CEO in the absence of the college President. Salary is competitive.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATION
- Serve as advisor to the President on matters of business and finance & Provides vision and leadership for a diverse, dynamic and innovative community of managers, faculty, staff, and students
- Actively participate as a member of the President’s leadership team and assess the immediate and long term financial and operational implication of initiatives and make recommendations regarding how to achieve institutional goals and priorities in the most efficient and effective manner, including revenue generating and cost savings strategies.
- Collaborates with the Vice President of Academic Affairs, Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness & Advancement, Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Services, School Chairs, Department Chairs, and other constituents concerning executive matters relative to Student Success, collegewide strategic planning and other matters.
- A record of success using an open, transparent, and collaborative style of leadership that fosters teamwork creates open communication and positive interpersonal relations.
- Oversee the preparation of the College’s annual operating budget, financial statements, and reports; create and implement an open, transparent, collaborative, and inclusive budget development, reporting, and monitoring process that is aligned with the Colleges priorities and strategic goals.
- Ability to develop and manage budgets in a transparent and collaborative manner that aligns with goals and priorities of the College.
- Develops, recommends, and implements the established budgeting process to allocate financial resources in a manner that will accomplish the college’s educational mission and goals within the established budget processes.
- Prepare revenue forecasts and coordinate the development of institutional budgets to ensure that the instructional, student, and/or support services programs reflect the educational philosophy and strategic institutional goals of the institution.
- Develops, recommends and carries out comprehensive policies and programs for managing the Colleges business and administrative activities in accordance with local, state, and federal statues & overseeing all auditing activities and ensure that any issued identified in the audits are resolved in a timely manner.
- Develops, implements and maintains a comprehensive system of internal controls to safeguard the College’s assets and ensure all local, federal, and state laws, compliance needs and standards are met.
- Create, provide, and present comprehensive financial and related reports to the President, Board of Trustees, and members of the internal and external community as needed, requested, and appropriate.
- Assist other administrative officers of the College in the formulation of general College procedures; Recommends administrative procedures to the President.
- Demonstrated integrity, discretion, and judgment in handling confidential and sensitive matters and information.
- Works closely with other members of the college to maintain the accreditation standards with the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and other program accrediting bodies.
- Oversee the implementation procedures pertaining to the management of
- information system, budget development, fiscal operations, facilities management, major construction & renovation projects, bookstore, human resources & Title IX, payroll & accounting, custodial services, food services, buildings and grounds, campus security, maintenance, and other duties as assigned.
- Serve as a representative for the College in the community and at other functions as needed.
- Administer the operation of all auxiliary enterprises and services which includes the student book and supply store, food and vending services, traffic control and security operations, central supply, and telephone communications system.
- Develop and assure the efficient operation of a system of financial record keeping for all funds receipted and disbursed by the College.
- Work closely with the accounting technicians to assure that proper accounting procedures are followed and that necessary reporting is done in a prompt and efficient manner.
- Manage the fiscal resources to assure their availability when required and to maximize their benefit to the College.
- Oversee the physical plant which includes institutional housekeeping, building and grounds, and maintenance.
- Oversee the inventory and control of physical plant assets.
- Manage College construction projects.
- Supervise the procurement of services, supplies, and equipment.
- Provide supervision, leadership, guidance, support, and professional development for members of the staff.
- Actively participate on College committees and taskforces and provide financial and operational leadership and guidance and support of strategic planning efforts and college priorities.
- Oversees and/or participates in special projects as assigned by the President.
- Incumbent must have excellent verbal and written communication skills with the desire and ability to work collaboratively and effectively with a diverse group of faculty, staff, and administrators.
- Frequently requires standing, sitting, and walking.
- Occasionally requires lifting (5 -10 pounds), repetitious finger and wrist movement, and reaching both high and low.
- Constantly requires speaking clearly, hearing, and seeing.
MINIMUM EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
- Generally, this employee must be able to operate office equipment such as personal computer, fax machine, photocopier, etc.
- Must be able to operate an automobile and have a valid North Carolina Driver’s license.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in finance, accounting, business administration, public administration or other closely-related field.
- Minimum of seven years progressive, broad based experience in fiscal and operational management roles.
- Demonstrated experience in strategic planning, fiscal and risk management. Knowledge of and experience with procurement processes, financial controls, and regulatory compliance. Seven – ten years of effective experience in supervising.
- The equivalent combination of education and related work experience may be considered. Familiarity with automated information systems and working knowledge of the principles and theories of accounting.
- Proficiency in the use of Excel and Word to produce accurate, professional documents using complicated formulas and other advanced functions.
- Ability to analyze and interpret accounting data and communicate information in a clear and concise manner.
- Ability to work independently and make value judgments which may set new policy. Ability to schedule and organize workflow and coordinate efforts among and between different functional areas.
- Ability to work efficiently and effectively with poise under pressure and against deadlines.
- Tact, energy, and resourcefulness in dealing with a variety of situations and people. An understanding of and commitment to the unique nature and role of the College. The College is a learning-centered institution which encourages employees to be life-long learners.
ADA SUMMARY ADA requirements for this position include critical thinking skills with the ability to process information and exercise good judgment; ease of mobility within the work environment and other areas of campus and College locations; travel between campus locations may be required; and effective use of all forms of communication including use of computers.
- MBA and/or CPA
- Seven – ten years of experience in a community college setting
- Proficiency in the use of Colleague by Ellucian
- Working knowledge of the principles and theories of fund accounting.
- North Carolina Community College Financial Services experience preferred.
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Department: Title III – Office of the President
Job Description: The Assessment & Evaluation Specialist (AES) will work collaboratively with the PRIDE Project Director, the Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning, and the external evaluator to provide program evaluation, needs assessment, program outcome evaluations, report writing, qualitative and quantitative evaluation and research, literature reviews, applicable research/theories, development of program logic models and measurement tools, data collection, analysis, and interpretation of results, recording and analyzing focus group/interview data, and maintaining an assessment and evaluation management system. The Assessment & Evaluation Specialist will also collect the necessary data and analysis to determine formative and summative performance of the PRIDE program and assist with writing and preparation of all program reports.
Duties: Consulting with faculty and administrators on curriculum assessments, and develop and implement assessment and evaluation strategies for improvement as well as analyzing staff performance, contact, counseling, and service delivery impact data on student adjustment to determine effectiveness of learning solutions/interventions.
Qualifications Required: Bachelor’s degree in social or behavioral science, education, administration, or a related field. Data collection, survey’s and reports preparation, and facilitating focus groups experience.
Date Available: Immediately
Closing Date: Until Filled
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