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Quincy College
ATTN: Office of Human Resources and Payroll
1250 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

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Fax: (617) 984-6695

Mary Scott
Vice President for Human Resources
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Maureen Savage
Associate Vice President for Human Resources
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Maryterese McLeod
Human Resources Assistant
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Nancy Ambroise
Manager of Payroll Services
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Employment Opportunities

As an open access institution which encourages academic achievement, diversity, economic opportunity and lifelong learning, Quincy College facilitates valuable learning relationships with students whose educational and professional futures might otherwise remain unrealized.

At Quincy College, we are committed to the following values: student learning and achievement; excellence in teaching; mutual respect, responsibility, and collaboration; individual and institutional integrity; and diversity of people and perspectives.

Quincy College is seeking talented and dedicated professionals to join our faculty & staff. We offer to eligible employees an excellent benefits package including choice of medical/dental plans, life insurance, tuition remission, a retirement plan, and paid time off. Quincy College offers an outstanding and professional team environment and excellent career opportunities.

To apply for any of the listed positions, please submit a letter of interest, resume and the names of three (3) professional references. Note: Finalists for teaching positions will be asked to submit academic transcripts.

Quincy College
ATTN: Human Resources
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Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: (617) 984-1611
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Current Job Openings


Admissions Associate »
Dean of Professional Programs »
Instructor of Nursing »
Instructor of Microbiology »
Instructor of Medical Laboratory Technician Program »
Instructor of Accounting »
Clinical Coordinator of the Physical Therapy Assistant Program »
Dean of Natural & Health Sciences »
Dean for Inter-Institutional Affairs and On-line Programs »
Director for Academic Advising »
Student Success Coach »



Admissions Associate – Initial Posting 07/19/2013; Updated 2/28/2014
Under the direction of the Director of Admissions, this position is responsible for developing, coordinating and ensuring the successful transition of prospective students to Quincy College. This person will represent the college to prospective students, their families, school guidance counselors and other constituents, about admission to college. The Admissions Associate will also provide transfer guidance to other four year schools with which Quincy College has agreements. Occasional travel between the Quincy and Plymouth campuses as well as travel to various college fairs is required. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Promptly and courteously respond to phone calls, emails, and other requests from students, their families and other constituents.
• Schedule appointments to meet with prospective students to provide information about the college.
• Conduct visits to high schools to promote Quincy College.
• Create/maintain a database of all the inquiries.
• Establish relationships with school guidance counselors, business community and city and state officials to promote and market Quincy College.
• Manage mailing to prospective and current students.
• Assist in maintenance of records in the Admissions Office including applications, transcripts, diplomas and other documentation.
• Assist in admission correspondence (both incoming and outgoing), including but not limited to, catalogs, bulletins, acceptance letters and request for additional information.
• Evaluate and process potential college transfer credits.
• Attain familiarity with all college programs and articulation agreements.
• Attain familiarity with Section 30 (other different programs), Accuplacer, Lopes testing.
• Attain familiarity with all college policies and procedures.
• Assist in all College functions, including but not limited to, orientations, open houses, welcome sessions, commencements, honors convivium, community and college meetings.
• Participate in relevant professional development opportunities.
• Participate in mandatory training/coursework.
• Assume other related duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred.

Qualifications:
At least two (2) years of experience in higher education. Computer and software competency required. This person must have proven experience with information technology, data management, predictive modeling. Knowledge of Jenzabar, a plus. Excellent verbal and communication skills are a must. Demonstrated ability to creatively plan, organize, and execute complex events.
• Demonstrated teambuilding and networking skills.
• Demonstrated commitment to student success and enhancement of diversity.
• Proven competence in managing multiple tasks and completing priorities.
• Demonstrated ability to function effectively in stressful work environment.
• Demonstrated ability to build relationships with faculty, co-workers, students, parents and other staff.
• Willingness to work evenings and weekends.
• Understanding of and commitment to the mission, vision and strategic plan.
• Experience being a goal oriented, charismatic, self-disciplined individual with interest in the success of the student.
• Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular/ Professional Staff, Unit Member – QEA Unit E
Supervisor: Director of Admissions
Work Year: 52 weeks
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Dean of Professional Programs – Initial Posting 3/07/2014
The Dean is the academic leader for the Division of Professional Programs and as such oversees faculty, and courses offered within those programs which currently include Accounting, Business, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Paralegal, Early Childhood Education, Human Services, and Health Care Administration, including Medical Billing and Coding. The Dean oversees academic quality, course and curriculum development, program review, the hiring and assignment of adjunct faculty, faculty evaluation, division budget preparation, and scheduling of course sections. In addition to the day-to-day management of the division of professional programs, the Dean establishes goals for the division and constituent programs, and serves as a liaison with academic institutions, employers, and the surrounding community. The Dean is responsible for all instruction in professional programs courses that take place during day and evening hours on campus and at all off campus locations. The Dean of Professional Programs is required to teach a three (3) credit course every semester. The Dean is a member of the senior staff and, as such, attends regular meetings of the Senior Staff, deans, and the Board of Governors, as well as such other college meetings as may be from time to time necessary and appropriate, and participates in the rotation of senior staff in Evening Administrative Team (EAT) duties. Where appropriate, the Dean collaborates with other members of senior staff and with the college governance structure in developing institutional policy and procedures. Occasional local travel including the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses required. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• In collaboration with faculty, develops short and long term goals, implements strategies to meet those goals, and evaluates the achievement of goals;
• Supervises the instructional quality of all courses within the division of Professional Programs whenever and wherever they occur;
• Oversees the existing academic programs within the division and develops new academic programs as appropriate;
• Ensures that course outlines and syllabi are current, outcomes-based, and consistently follow college guidelines;
• Evaluates Professional Programs faculty members, according to established college criteria;
• Teaches one three (3) credit course per semester
• Recommends hiring, reappointment, promotion, tenure, and all other personnel actions for the division of Professional Programs;
• Fosters professional development for faculty and staff that is consistent with the mission of the division and college-wide goals;
• Collaborates with other deans and directors and serves as advisor to the Vice President;
• Develops budget for the division of Professional Programs and represents the division programs at budget hearings, recommends goals-based budget to the Vice President, and monitors allocation of resources;
• Establishes each semester’s schedule of course offerings;
• Coordinates faculty instructional needs including textbooks, instructional equipment and supplies, library acquisitions, and other related support;
• Implements strategies for student recruitment and retention;
• Oversees development and implementation of articulation agreements for programs in the Division of Professional Programs;
• Serves as liaison for partnerships with the community, transfer institutions, and the public schools;
• Assists students with requests, exceptions, complaints, and the resolution of grievances;
• Serves as a primary resource to contract negotiations and participates in negotiations as appropriate;
• Participate in mandatory training/coursework.
• Assumes other duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: Earned academic or professional doctorate required.

Qualifications: A minimum of three (3) years experience in teaching at the college level strongly preferred, and a minimum of three (3) years demonstrated relevant management experience. 3-5 years experience at a Chair, Associate Dean or Assistant Dean level preferred. Experience leading a large team and with the staffing responsibilities preferred. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Division of Professional Programs staff and faculty members.

Status: Regular, Full-Time, Non-Unit
Supervisor: Vice President, Academic Affairs
Work Year: 52 weeks
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Instructor of Nursing – Initial Posting 03/14/2014
Duties which may be assigned to a faculty member are set forth in the Quincy Education Association Agreement. The major responsibility of the position is classroom and clinical instruction of students in either the Associate Degree Program in Nursing or the Practical Nursing Certificate Program at the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses. The work schedule may include late afternoon or evening class instruction and/or weekend clinical instruction. Other responsibilities include student advising, curriculum development, assignment to Division of Nursing and College committees, and other duties as assigned by the Dean of Nursing. This position may require teaching at the Quincy or Plymouth Campuses. If teaching on multiple campuses is required, scheduled assignments will be made to make sure that the Instructor teaches on one campus per day. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Participate with other members of the teaching team in the planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating nursing courses;
• Evaluate student performance and competence in the classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings;
• Assume a leadership role in delineating and articulating nursing content in assigned course;
• Collaborate with appropriate faculty from other academic disciplines and the behavioral sciences to facilitate and integrate a correlated approach to course offerings;
• Participate with other course members in the annual review or revision of course outlines, bibliographies, study guides, media, and other related course materials;
• Prepare patient assignments, supervise, educate, and evaluate students in diverse clinical settings;
• Advise assigned students;
• Maintain attendance and clinical records for assigned students;
• Maintain communication with members of the teaching team, and the Dean of Nursing;
• Collaborate with college personnel and staff of health care agencies;
• Participate in the development of contractual agreements with selected health care agencies for student clinical experiences;
• Assist in the preparation of inter and intra communications;
• Participate in the process of developing the Associate Degree Program in Nursing budget;
• Demonstrate motivation, self-direction, and perseverance toward achieving the philosophy and mission of the Division of Nursing;
• Continue to improve expertise in nursing and teaching through academic study, clinical practice, and other appropriate activities;
• Serve on Division of Nursing and College organization committees.
• Participate in professional development activities as well as mandatory training/coursework.
• Assume other duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Nursing from an accredited college or university required
Qualifications:
• Current licensure in good standing as a registered nurse in Massachusetts required;
• Minimum of two years full-time employment in nursing or its equivalent within the past five years and evidence of clinical competence in area of clinical instruction required;
• Teaching experience preferred with ability to teach Fundamental Concepts of Nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Child Nursing, and/or Psychiatric Nursing;
• Laboratory and/or clinical simulation teaching experience preferred;
• Experience in curriculum development, use of multimedia teaching strategies, and test construction is preferred;
• Understanding of and commitment to Associate Degree and Practical Nursing Education;
• Ability to commit to flexible work arrangements;
• Current CPR certification;
• Ability to meet clinical site CORI requirements pursuant to licensing and CHSB regulations;
• Health requirements:
— Two MMR’s or positive titers indicating immunity;
— Completed Hepatitis B series and/or positive titer indicating immunity;
— Varicella antibody titers;
— TD within 10 years;
— Annual negative PPD or Chest X-ray within 7 years for positive responders;
— Annual flu shot.
• Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular, Full-Time, QEA Unit D Faculty
Supervisor: Dean, Nursing
Work Year: 9-month
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Instructor of Microbiology – Initial Posting 03/14/2014
The faculty member will serve as the Quincy College academic expert within the field of Biology, and carry out other job related duties as assigned. Duties which may be assigned to a faculty member are set forth in the Quincy Education Association Collective Bargaining Agreement. Other responsibilities include student advising, curriculum development, serving on College committees and other responsibilities as assigned by the Dean. This position may require teaching at both the Quincy Campus or Plymouth Campus. If teaching on multiple campuses is required, scheduled assignments will be made to make sure that the Instructor teaches on one campus per day. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Assume a leadership role in delineating and articulating content in assigned lectures and laboratories;
• Teach lecture and laboratory courses in Biology, and as otherwise directed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs and/or the Dean of the Natural and Health Sciences Program.
• Collaborate with other appropriate faculty in the planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating of Biology lectures and laboratories;
• Collaborate with other appropriate faculty to facilitate and integrate correlated approach to course offerings;
• Participate with others in the annual review or revision of course outlines, bibliographies, study guides, media, and other related course materials;
• Demonstrate motivation, self-direction, and perseverance towards achieving philosophy and mission of the Science Program;
• Engage in the academic life of the college by serving on college committees.
• Participate in professional development activities as well as mandatory training/coursework.
• Assumes other duties as assigned.


Educational Criteria: Master’s degree in Biology, or related science field, from an accredited college or university required.
Qualifications:
• Minimum of three (3) years college teaching experience, preferably in a community college setting;
• Understanding of and commitment to the community college mission;
• Experience instructing students from a diverse background;
• Experience using technology in the classroom and/or for distance learning, and traditional/nontraditional methods of instruction;
• Experience using multiple measures to assess student learning.
• Experience teaching in the laboratory, trouble shooting laboratory experiments, contributing to experimental design.
• Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular, Full-Time, QEA Unit D Faculty
Supervisor: Dean, Natural & Health Sciences
Work Year: 9-month
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Instructor of Medical Laboratory Technician Program - Initial Posting 10/25/2013; Updated 03/14/2014; Updated 03/20/2014
Under the general direction of the Dean of Natural & Health Sciences and the Chair of the Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) Program, the Instructor of the MLT Program will be responsible for teaching a variety of courses within the MLT program. Furthermore, this position will be involved in curriculum review and on-going program assessments required by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS). In conjunction with the Chair of the MLT program, this position may also be responsible for student advising. This position may require teaching at both the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses. If teaching on multiple campuses is required, scheduled assignments will be made to make sure that the Instructor teaches on one campus per day. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Assume teaching responsibilities for content in courses within the Medical Laboratory Technician Program including Phlebotomy;
• Maintain appropriate classroom-related documentation and reports required by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS);
• Assist the Chair of the MLT Program in curriculum review and the continual assessment of course and program outcomes;
• In collaboration with program instructors, recommend to the Dean of Natural and Health Sciences, appropriate items for inclusion in the Science Department annual budget;
• In collaboration with the Laboratory Science Coordinator, order supplies and equipment as needed;
• Participate in recruitment activities on behalf of Quincy College and the Clinical Laboratory Science Program;
• Serve on science and college organizational committees;
• Maintain scheduled office hours
• Advise Students
• Attend divisional and campus wide meetings
• In collaboration with program instructors and Dean, address and resolve student issues;
• Participate in professional development activities as well as mandatory training/coursework.
• Assume other related duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: Bachelors Degree in Medical Laboratory Science, or a closely related field, is required. A graduate degree in a medical laboratory science-related field is highly preferred.

Qualifications:
• Generalist certification as a Medical Laboratory Scientist is required;
• Ability to teach courses in all medical laboratory disciplines required with prior experience teaching medical microbiology at the college-level being highly desirable;
• Ability to teach, oversee Phlebotomy courses and clinicals;
• Ability to use techniques and equipment consistent with medical laboratory science education;
• Candidate must be able to meet clinical site CORI requirements pursuant to licensing and NAACLS regulations;
• Health requirements:
— Two MMR’s or positive titers indicating immunity;
— Three Hepatitis B;
— Varicella antibody titers;
— TD within 10 years;
— Annual negative PPD or Chest X-ray within 7 years for positive responders;
— Annual flu shot.
• Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular, Full-Time, QEA Unit D Faculty
Supervisor: Dean, Natural & Health Sciences
Work Year: 9-month
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Instructor of Accounting - Initial Posting 03/14/2014
The faculty member will maintain a competent level of performance and professional development in the position and carry out other job related duties as assigned. Duties which may be assigned to a faculty member are set forth in the Quincy Education Association Collective Bargaining Agreement. Responsibilities include teaching 15 credits of courses in Accounting each semester, student advising, curriculum development, service on College committees and other responsibilities as assigned by the Dean. Travel between the Quincy and Plymouth campuses may be required. If teaching on multiple campuses is required, scheduled assignments will be made to make sure that the Instructor teaches on one campus per day. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Assume a leadership role in delineating and articulating Accounting content in assigned courses.
• Teach courses in Accounting and/or other Business related courses, and as otherwise directed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs and/or the Dean of the Professional Programs.
• Collaborate with other appropriate faculty in the planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating of Accounting and Business curricula.
• Collaborate with other appropriate faculty to facilitate and integrate correlated approach to course offerings.
• Participate with others in the annual review or revision of course outlines, bibliographies, study guides, media, text book selection, and other related course materials.
• Demonstrate motivation, self-direction, and perseverance towards achieving philosophy and mission of the Professional Programs.
• Engage in the academic life of the college by serving on college committees.
• Participate in professional development activities as well as mandatory training/coursework.
• Assume other related duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: Master’s degree in Accounting or professional accounting certification with Master’s degree in related field from an accredited college or university required. PhD preferred.

Qualifications:
Minimum of three (3) years college teaching experience, preferably in a community college setting; Experience working in the accounting profession; Understanding of and commitment to the community college mission; Experience instructing students from a diverse background; Experience using technology in the classroom and/or for distance learning, and traditional/nontraditional methods of instruction; Experience using multiple measures to assess student learning. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular, Full-Time, QEA Unit D Faculty
Supervisor: Dean, Professional Programs
Work Year: 9-month
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Clinical Coordinator of the Physical Therapy Assistant Program - Initial Posting 1/2/2014; Updated 03/14/2014; Updated 03/20/2014; Updated 04/04/2014
Under the general direction of the Dean of Natural & Health Science and the Program Chair, the Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) Program Clinical Coordinator is the manager of all functions associated with the clinical portion of the Physical Therapy Assistant program. This individual demonstrates competence in clinical education, teaching, and curriculum development. In addition, this individual’s primary responsibilities are to plan, coordinate, facilitate, administer, and monitor activities on behalf of the academic program and in coordination with academic and clinical faculty. To effectively perform these functions, the PTA Clinical Coordinator exercises a considerable degree of independent judgment, subject to periodic direction, review, and evaluation by the Dean of Natural & Health Sciences. Local travel including the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses required. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Help gain and maintain CAPTE accreditation status through acquisition of content –appropriate clinical affiliates, preparation of self-study documents in collaboration with the Physical Therapy Assistant Program Chair, instructors and clinical preceptors;
• Prepare and maintain appropriate documentation and reports related to the clinical aspect of the Physical Therapy Assistant Program;
• Supervise PTA clinical instructors/preceptors and provide oversight of management duties for all clinical facets;
• Maintain class and clinical records for all students in the PTA Program at clinical affiliate sites;
• Facilitate and monitor assigned student clinical learning experiences;
• Assume teaching responsibilities for content in appropriate courses within the Physical Therapy Assistant and Science Programs;
• Provide direction for instructors in the development, implementation and evaluation of program curriculum;
• Orient new clinical instructors to their roles and job responsibilities within the program and assist current instructors to identify and meet their professional development needs;
• Maintain collaborative relationships with College personnel both within and outside the Natural & Health Sciences department;
• In conjunction with the Dean and other program faculty establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with personnel in hospitals, satellite clinical agencies and home-health agencies;
• In conjunction with the Dean and other program faculty initiate and maintain contractual agreements with appropriate health care agencies for student clinical learning experiences;
• In collaboration with program instructors, recommend to the Dean of Natural & Health Sciences, appropriate items for inclusion in the Department annual budget;
• Recommend clinical course schedules and instructor/preceptor assignments to the PTA Program Chair and/or Dean of Natural & Health Sciences;
• Participate in recruitment activities on behalf of Quincy College and the Physical Therapy Assistant Program;
• Attend and help plan regularly scheduled PTA Advisory Board meetings;
• In collaboration with PTA Program Chair, program instructors/preceptors, and Dean, address and resolve student issues;
• Participate in professional development activities as well as mandatory training/coursework.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: Degree in physical therapy (or physical therapy assistant) required; Bachelor’s degree in related field required.

Qualifications:

• Must hold National Certification as a Physical Therapist;
• Significant experience in the region as a Physical Therapist;
• Excellent reputation in the region as a physical therapist or physical therapy assistant;
• Ability to use techniques and equipment consistent with Physical Therapy education;
• Current CPR certification;
• Ability to meet clinical site CORI requirements pursuant to licensing and CAPTE regulations;
• Health requirements:
— Two MMR’s or positive titers indicating immunity;
— Three Hepatitis B;
— Varicella antibody titers;
— TD within 10 years;
— Annual negative PPD or Chest X-ray within 7 years for positive responders;
— Annual flu shot.
• Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Responsible for oversight and organization of all program clinical instructors/preceptors and clinical activity as needed.
Status: Regular, Full-time, QEA Unit D Faculty
Supervisor: Dean, Natural & Health Sciences
Work Year: 200 day position

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