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Staff Positions

FULL-TIME

Assistant Dean for Planning, Assessment, and Institutional Effectiveness

Biology & Health Lab Technician/Senior Technical Assistant (WCC)

Dean for Planning, Assessment, & Institutional Effectiveness (*Search Re-opened.)

Director of Alumni Engagement/Program Administrator (Community Education)

Maintenance Mechanic I (Equipment)

Secretary I (Word Processing) 

Software Engineer II

HOURLY POSITIONS

P/T Completion Coach/Program Specialist (WCC)

P/T Administrative Coordinator

P/T Office Assistant (Word Processing)-Office of Transfer Services.  The P/T Office Assistant (Word Processing) will provide assistance with the coordination, planning, and execution of key transfer programs and provide support of all office functions.  The primary responsibilities will include assistance with the coordination and planning of the fall and spring transfer fairs; scheduling of workshops, in-class presentations, colleges on campus, and graduate mailings; management of the Transfer Inbox; scheduling of mailings to graduates by the four-year colleges; updating contact information for four-year college representatives; and the collection of data for the Transfer Office and Perkins grant.  The successful candidate must possess a minimum of high school or equivalency diploma and three years of experience where a primary function of the position was performing general office/clerical work, two years of which must have included the use of computer applications to maintain automated records or produce correspondence, spreadsheets, forms, reports or other documents.  An Associate’s Degree or equivalent college credits preferred.  S/he must be student friendly, detail oriented, and proficient in Microsoft Office Suites.  This position has a part time work schedule, 20-25 hours per week.  $8.80/hour.  No benefits.

P/T Human Resources Office Assistant.  The Human Resources department seeks a P/T HR Office Assistant who will provide clerical/administrative support to the HR staff and assist with filing and the preparation of employee-related orientations, events, and mailings.  S/he will also assist in ensuring coverage of the Human Resources front desk by answering & directing calls and receiving customers, ascertaining their business and directing them accordingly.  Additional duties, as assigned.

Possession of a high school or equivalency diploma and 3 years of experience where the primary function of the position was performing general office/clerical work, 1 year which must have included producing correspondence, forms, reports, or other documents, and the maintenance of records, are required.  HR experience preferred.  Experience working within a confidential environment also preferred.  S/he must be able to handle busy, multi-lined phones and work independently.  Strong interpersonal skills are required.  The work schedule is Monday-Friday: 25-28 hours per week, flexibility required.  $10.05/hour. No benefits.

P/T Secretary I (Word Processing)-Knollwood Center.  The incumbent will provide clerical assistance to WDCE faculty and students (copying, providing copies of evaluations, etc.) and serve as the receptionist at the Knollwood Center by answering phones, providing information to students, etc.  S/he will use computer applications and/or other automated systems such as spreadsheets, word processing, calendar, e-mail and database software in performing work assignments.  The Secretary will be on hand to solve problems, contact support personnel (as needed), open rooms, etc., updating the Director of Community Education on any items that needs attention or were resolved.  Specific duties may vary depending upon assignment.   The successful candidate must possess a high school or equivalency diploma and four years of experience where the primary function of the position was the performance of clerical functions, two years of which involved the use of word processing and other automated systems.  The work schedule will be evenings and weekends, 28 hours per week.  $9.80/hour.  No benefits.

P/T Office Assistant (Word Processing)-Peekskill Extension Center.  The Peekskill Extension Center seeks a P/T Office Assistant to provide superior customer service, assist with marketing campaigns, and support faculty & students.  S/he will assist with managing the facility and closings in the evening as well as help support staff during busy times, such as registration nights and semester starts (e.g. assisting with the application, registration and financial transaction process).  The P/T Office Assistant will also expedite additional clerical duties, as assigned (e.g. filing, signage, mailboxes, etc.).  A minimum of a high school or equivalency diploma and three years of experience where the primary function of the position was performing general office/clerical work, two years of which must have included the use of computer applications to maintain automated records or produce correspondence, spreadsheets, forms, reports or other documents, is required.  Efficiency in Microsoft Office professional is required. Knowledge of database entry (PeopleSoft is college system) is strongly preferred. S/he must possess the ability to multi-task effectively. Experience with phone reception required. The work schedule is 4:00 pm-closing, Monday through Thursday, and requires some weekends. $8.80/hour.  No benefits.

P/T Technical Assistant (Biology and Health Labs), Ossining Extension Center.  The P/T Technical Assistant (Biology and Health Labs) will assist faculty, students, and staff in the preparation and support of academic duties.  S/he will assist in maintaining equipment and inventory control for both labs within the Ossining Extension Center.  S/he will also provide assistance in student support services.  A High School Diploma or equivalent as well as a minimum of 1 year of related experience is required. The work schedule is Saturday and Sunday:  8:30 am to 4:30 pm beginning fall 2016. No benefits. $11/hr.

P/T Maintenance Laborer (Utility).  The Buildings and Grounds Dept. seeks a part time incumbent to assist higher level maintenance staff with grounds maintenance.  S/he will mow the lawns, plant, prune trees & shrubs, and remove debris.  Assisting in weeding, cutting down trees, helping with the repair of potholes, and assembling park benches also required.  Additional tasks to be assigned.   A high school or equivalency diploma is required.  The successful candidate must have experience with the use of lawn mowers, chain saws, and weed whackers.  Up to 28 hours per week.  $8.00 per hour. No benefits.

P/T Technical Assistant (Computers), Ossining Extension Center.  The P/T Technical Assistant (Computers) will assist faculty, students, and staff in the preparation and support of academic duties.  S/he will maintain computer equipment and inventory control within the Ossining Extension Center.  S/he will also provide assistance in student support services.  A High School Diploma or equivalent as well as a minimum of 1 year of computer technical experience is required. The work schedule is 4 days a week: 2 evenings, Thursday and Friday:  4:30pm to 10:00pm and Saturday and Sunday (8:30am to 4:30pm). No benefits. $11/hr.

P/T Technical Assistants-I.T.  I.T. seeks four (4) P/T Technical Assistants to assist with the installation of computers and other devices.   Responsibilities include removing decommissioned equipment and preparing the equipment for recycling; performing equipment maintenance and repair; logging and submitting inventory information when appropriate; assisting with unboxing, placing, connecting, and configuring new computers, printers, scanners, monitors and other computer related equipment; and assisting with software installation and configuration.  Other duties as assigned.  The successful candidate must possess a minimum of a high school or equivalency diploma and 1 year of experience in the area of specialty.  S/he must be able to lift 50 lbs.  The work schedule is a maximum of 28 hours per week, Monday through Thursday (8am-4pm with a 1-hour lunch). $11.00 per hour.  No benefits.

P/T Office Assistant (Word Processing) – Mt. Vernon Extension Center.  The Mount Vernon Extension Center seeks an incumbent to perform a wide variety of tasks in providing customer service for students (entering forms, processing payments, etc.), clerical and faculty support, and front office reception, to include answering telephone calls and assisting customers with inquiries regarding college business.  S/he acts as an Office Assistant for a number of administrative and/or professional staff.  Independent action is exercised when routine procedures or clearly defined policies are involved.  S/he will expedite related work, as required.

The successful candidate must possess a high school or equivalency diploma and three years of experience where the primary function of the position was performing general office/clerical work, one year of which must have included the use of a typewriter and/or a word processor to produce correspondence, forms, reports, or other documents, and the maintenance of records. This position requires a full range of keyboarding skills in Microsoft Office and PeopleSoft systems.  When operating word processing equipment, the incumbent is expected to maximize equipment capability in compiling correspondence, records, reports statistical information for various reports; setting up and maintaining automated records and filing systems, and in compiling information for management needs.  A high degree of initiative and independent action is required to ensure the timely and accurate processing of the workflow.  This is an hourly position with a work schedule of Monday and Friday: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm and Wednesday: 8 am-2 pm.  Flexibility of hours may be required.  Additional days, as needed.  Evening availability is a plus.  $8.80/hour.  No benefits.

P/T Teacher Assistant (Valhalla, NY).  The Virginia Marx Children’s Center at Westchester Community College seeks enthusiastic and skilled teachers to work with infants, toddlers, and/or preschoolers.  The Center is a NYS licensed child care facility and NAEYC accredited.  The successful candidate must possess a minimum of an Associate’s degree or the satisfactory completion of 60 credits with at least one course in childhood education, psychology, or a course involving issues in early childhood development. The work schedule is Monday through Friday, up to 28 hours per week; 8:00 am-2:30 pm or 11:30-6:00 pm.  $12.00 per hour, no benefits.

P/T Teacher Aide (Valhalla, NY).  The Virginia Marx Children’s Center at Westchester Community College seeks enthusiastic and skilled teachers to provide assistance to Teacher Assistants and work with infants, toddlers, and/or preschoolers.  The Center is a NYS licensed child care facility and NAEYC accredited.  The successful candidate must possess a minimum of a high school or equivalency diploma and demonstration of interest in working with children.  The work schedule is Monday through Friday, up to 28 hours per week; 8:00 am-2:30 pm or 11:30-6:00 pm.  $7.70 per hour, no benefits.

P/T Technical Assistants in Continuing Education Computer Classes.  Technical Assistants to support the non-credit computing classes in Continuing Education in Valhalla. Requires a HS or equivalency diploma, one year of computer related work experience, and solid computer skills in MS Office apps.  These are hourly, as-needed positions.  Work assignments are made on a course-by-course basis according to the current semester schedule.  Classes begin and end at various times during the term and are of varying length and frequency of meeting.  Day, evening, and weekend assignments are available.  Max:  28 hours per week.  $11.00 per hour.  No benefits.

P/T Secretary I-Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.  The School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks a motivated candidate interested in working in a fast-paced work environment. We seek a P/T Secretary I who will support the dean, faculty and students of the college.  This individual will work as part of a team in compiling and preparing reports, developing and maintaining electronic and paper filing systems and performing a variety of complex word processing, office support and clerical tasks.

The successful candidate must possess a high school or equivalency diploma and four years of experience where the primary function of the position was the performance of clerical functions, two years of which involved the use of word processing and other automated systems.  Ideal candidates will have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work on a team, and high-level computer skills.  The work schedule will be up to 28 hours per week.  $9.80/hour. No benefits.

P/T Secretary I (Purchasing Department).  The Purchasing department seeks a P/T Secretary I who will perform routine clerical tasks such as filing, answering phones, typing various documents, copying, receiving, opening, screening and sorting incoming mail as well as prepare outgoing mail and materials, and deliver contracts and other sensitive documents for executive signature and/or review. The Secretary will electronically process purchase orders, RFQ’s, bids, purchase requisitions, etc.; maintain the departmental filing system numerically and alphabetically for departmental requisitions, purchase orders and vendors to ensure rapid retrieval for College, vendor or auditing purposes. S/he will also assist in the daily bid openings and independently conduct public bid openings in the absence of Purchasing Staff Assistant and prepare tabulations sheets on open bids for buyers as requested. Providing office coverage, as needed, including performing duties of the Staff Assistant, are among additional responsibilities.

The successful candidate must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and four years of related experience where the primary function of the position was the performance of secretarial functions, two years of which involved the use of word processing and other automated systems. S/he must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Explorer. No benefits.  $9.80/hour, Monday-Friday.  Max: 28 hours per week.

P/T Technical Assistant (Computers), Ossining Extension Center The P/T Technical Assistant (Computers) will assist faculty, students, and staff in the preparation and support of academic duties.  S/he will maintain computer equipment and inventory control within the Ossining Extension Center.  S/he will also provide assistance in student support services.

A High School Diploma or equivalent as well as a minimum of 1 year of computer technical experience is required. The work schedule is 4 days a week: Monday-Thursday:  8:30 am to 4:30 pm. No benefits. $11/hr.

Senior Tutors:  The Academic Support Center seeks Senior Tutors for biology, chemistry, writing, ESL, math, and reading.  A BA/BS degree and a minimum of 1 year of tutoring experience within an educational setting are required.  The successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills.  Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite is required.  Hours: day and/or evening, 10 + hours per week.  Hourly wage: $13.00 per hour.

Technical Assistants in Continuing Education Computer Classes
Technical Assistants to support the non-credit computing classes in Continuing Education in Valhalla. These are hourly, as-needed positions that pay $11/hour. Work assignments are made on a course-by-course basis according to the current semester schedule. Classes begin and end at various times during the term and are of varying length and frequency of meeting. Day, evening, and weekend assignments are available. Requires HS diploma, one year of computer related work experience, solid computer skills in MS Office apps. Send resume and letter of interest to Kristine Bunyea, kristine.bunyea@sunywcc.edu.

 

Letters, resumes, transcripts, and references to:

Human Resources
Westchester Community College
75 Grasslands Road
Valhalla, NY 10595
fax 914-606-7838

or email Word documents to humanresources@sunywcc.edu. Position of interest must be on envelope or in email “subject” field. Positions are open until filled. AA/EOE.