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Assistant Professor/Instructor of Nursing – Initial Posting 03/14/2014
For Appointment Fall 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 both the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses. 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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Assistant Professor/Instructor of Science - Initial Posting 06/20/2014

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. May include teaching Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, and Microbiology. This position may require teaching at both the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses. 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.
• Maintain student advising and office hours;
• Participate in professional development activities as well as mandatory training/coursework.
• Assume 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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Chair Medical Laboratory Technician Program - Initial Posting 06/20/2014

Under the general direction of the Dean of Natural & Health Sciences, the Medical Laboratory Technician Program Chair is the manager of all functions associated with the operation of the Medical Laboratory Technician Program and completes all functions required of Program Director under NAACLS accreditation standards. This positions’ responsibility includes maintaining accreditation along with the development, validation, and revision of program objectives and courses. Activities include, but are not limited to, planning, organizing, directing, and recommend changes to the budget for MLT, student counseling, advising and teaching in the instructional program, and seeking/maintaining clinical site contracts. To effectively perform these functions, the MLT Program Chair exercises a considerable degree of independent judgment, subject to periodic direction, review, and evaluation by the Dean of Natural & Health Sciences. This position may require teaching at both the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Help gain and maintain NAACLS accreditation status through preparation of self study documents in collaboration with MLT Program instructors and clinical preceptors;
• Prepare and maintain appropriate documentation and reports of the MLT Program;
• Supervise MLT instructors/preceptors and provide oversight of management duties for all program facets;
• Assume limited teaching responsibilities for content in appropriate courses within the MLT Program;
• Provide direction for instructors in the development, implementation and evaluation of program curriculum;
• Orient new instructors and clinical preceptors 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 Science department;
• Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with personnel in hospitals and other clinical laboratory agencies;
• Maintain class and clinical records for all students in the MLT Program at clinical affiliate sites;
• Facilitate and monitor assigned student clinical learning experiences;
• Initiate and maintain contractual agreements with appropriate health care agencies for student clinical learning experiences;
• Seek/Coordinate/Administer Grant and financial aid arrangements for the program and students;
• In collaboration with program instructors, recommend to the Dean, Sciences, appropriate items for inclusion in the Science Department annual budget;
• Submit requests for supplies and equipment as needed;
• Recommend class schedules and instructor assignments to the Dean, Natural and Health Sciences;
• Participate in recruitment activities on behalf of Quincy College and the MLT Program;
• Plan and hold regular MLT Advisory Board meetings;
• Serve on science and college organizational committees;
• 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: Master’s Degree in Medical Technology, Clinical Laboratory Science or related science required; PhD preferred.

Qualifications: Must hold National Certification as a ASCP-BOC Medical Laboratory Scientist/Medical Technologist; At least 3 Years of experience teaching Laboratory Science Education, that includes teaching courses, conducting and managing learning experiences, evaluating student achievement, providing input into curriculum development, policy and procedure formulation and evaluation of program effectiveness; Ability to use techniques and equipment consistent with laboratory science education; Current CPR certification; 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: 200 day position

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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. This position may require teaching at both the Quincy and Plymouth Campuses. 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;
• Maintain student advising and office hours;
• Serve on science and College organizational committees;
• 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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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. Travel in between 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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Janitor (Plymouth) - Initial Posting 06/13/2014
Quincy College values the importance of environmental health and safety campus-wide. Under the direction of the Director of Administrative Services and Facilities and Dean of the Plymouth Campus, the Janitor is responsible for providing Quincy College with a high level of cleanliness campus-wide. The work schedule will be determined based on the needs of the College and will include Monday thru Saturday coverage; the shift may be day or evening or a combination of day and evening hours. Assignment/travel between the Quincy and Plymouth campuses may be required. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Maintains all areas in a clean, orderly and sanitary manner.
• Dusts and washes furniture and horizontal surfaces.
• Maintains bathroom and bathroom supplies.
• Broom sweeps, dry mops and wet mops floor surfaces.
• Vacuums using light and/or heavy-duty vacuums.
• Performs complete cleaning of bathrooms; emptying and cleaning of trash receptacles and recycles bins and removing trash recycling bins to a pick up point.
• Washes wall surfaces, windows, whiteboards, counter-tops, etc.
• Strips, refinishes, and burnish floor using power floor machines.
• Uses heavy- duty wet pickup machines, shampoos carpets.
• Moves furniture/prepares set ups.
• May be required to clear snow from immediate entry ways of buildings during winter months.
• Uses light and heavy equipment, including ladders.
• Must be available to respond to off-hour emergencies as needed.
• Must observe and comply with all standard safety codes and practices, perform work in accordance with recognized trade and university standards.
• Required to wear, maintain, and present a clean, neat uniform and professional image at all times.
• The position will normally require the ability to perform repetitive tasks, including stooping, bending, reaching and carrying, especially to vacuum, sweep and mop stairwells, high and low dusting, high and low cleaning of washroom pipes fixture, etc.
• Open or close the Plymouth Campus as needed.
• Organize the office space as needed.
• Assist in College activities e.g. Convivium, Graduation, Open House, Orientation etc.
• Participate in mandatory training/coursework.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: High school Diploma or GED preferred.

Qualifications: 1-3 years custodial cleaning experiences required and a proven history of providing responsive customer support in all phases of custodial and building-related operations. Must be able to perform respective tasks. Must be able to lift and carry up to 40lbs. on a daily basis. Must be able to tolerate dust and other airborne particles as well as approved cleaning chemicals.

Must be quality focused, customer service orientated and able to routinely communicate in English with faculty, staff and students, clearly and professionally. Able to work independently and show initiative. Capable of working as a member of a team. Must possess a sense of ownership and pride in one’s work along with a service oriented approach. Must be quality focused, customer service- oriented. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular, Full-time, Non-Unit
Supervisors: Associate Vice President for Academic & Administrative Affairs and Dean of the Plymouth Campus/Director of Administrative
Work Year: 52 weeks

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Janitor (Quincy) - Initial Posting 06/13/2014
Quincy College values the importance of environmental health and safety campus-wide. Under the direction of the Director of Administrative Services and Facilities, the Janitor is responsible for providing Quincy College with a high level of cleanliness campus-wide. The work schedule will be determined based on the needs of the College and will include Monday thru Saturday coverage; the shift may be day or evening or a combination of day and evening hours. Travel/assignment between Quincy and Plymouth Campuses may be required. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Maintains all areas in a clean, orderly and sanitary manner.
• Dusts and washes furniture and horizontal surfaces.
• Maintains bathroom and bathroom supplies.
• Broom sweeps, dry mops and wet mops floor surfaces.
• Vacuums using light and/or heavy-duty vacuums.
• Performs complete cleaning of bathrooms; emptying and cleaning of trash receptacles and recycles bins and removing trash recycling bins to a pick up point.
• Washes wall surfaces, windows, whiteboards, counter-tops, etc.
• Strips, refinishes, and burnish floor using power floor machines.
• Uses heavy- duty wet pickup machines, shampoos carpets.
• Moves furniture/prepares set ups.
• May be required to clear snow from immediate entry ways of buildings during winter months.
• Uses light and heavy equipment, including ladders.
• Must be available to respond to off-hour emergencies as needed.
• Must observe and comply with all standard safety codes and practices, perform work in accordance with recognized trade and university standards.
• Required to wear, maintain, and present a clean, neat uniform and professional image at all times.
• The position will normally require the ability to perform repetitive tasks, including stooping, bending, reaching and carrying, especially to vacuum, sweep and mop stairwells, high and low dusting, high and low cleaning of washroom pipes fixture, etc.
• Assist in College activities e.g. Convivium, Graduation, Open House, Orientation etc.
• Participate in mandatory training/coursework.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: High school Diploma or GED preferred.

Qualifications: 1-3 years custodial cleaning experiences required and a proven history of providing responsive customer support in all phases of custodial and building-related operations. Must be able to perform respective tasks. Must be able to lift and carry up to 40lbs. on a daily basis. Must be able to tolerate dust and other airborne particles as well as approved cleaning chemicals.

Must be quality focused, customer service orientated and able to routinely communicate in English with faculty, staff and students, clearly and professionally. Able to work independently and show initiative. Capable of working as a member of a team. Must possess a sense of ownership and pride in one’s work along with a service oriented approach. Must be quality focused, customer service- oriented. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular, Full-time, Non-Unit
Supervisors: Director of Administrative Services and Facilities
Work Year: 52 weeks

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Library Clerk - Initial Posting 06/13/2014
Reporting to the Director of Library Services, the Library Clerk is an entry level administrative staff member whose duty is to assist in managing the library’s front desk. This includes: checking books in/out; renewing books; pulling books daily from the library shelves in accordance with OCLN “holding book” request reports and preparing them for transport to the borrowing libraries; supervising student employees assigned to the front desk; collecting data and preparing/running reports for statistical purposes; answering basic informational questions; troubleshooting student computer issues, etc. Assignment/ travel between the Quincy and Plymouth campuses may be required. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Check books and AVs in/out;
• Renew book and AVs;
• Pull books daily from the library shelves in accordance with OCLN “holding book” • request reports and prepare them for transport to the borrowing libraries;
• Collect data and prepare/run reports for statistical purposes;
• Answer basic informational questions;
• Provide troubleshooting assistance with student computer issues, etc.
• Oversee the reserve collection.
• Assist with initial processing of new reserve titles, tracking usage, putting faculty requested material on reserve, etc.
• Check in print journals received, process and shelve journal issues.
• Remove outdated journal issues and de-accession them from OCLN holdings reports.
• Claim missing or damaged journal issues;
• Supervise student employees assigned to the front desk;
• Maintain familiarity with College programs, events, schedules, policies, procedures, regulations, and practices;
• Participate in mandatory training/coursework.
• Assume other duties as assigned by the Director of Library Services.

Educational Criteria: Associate level degree required; Bachelor’s preferred.

Qualifications: Excellent customer service, listening and communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and meticulous attention to details. Strong computer skills including a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office. Flexibility with work place scheduling needs. Library experience preferred. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Supervisory Responsibilities: May oversee student employees

Work Hours: Full time– 35 hours, generally between 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday; Occasionally a temporary change in schedule may be required to provide back-up coverage at other times the library is open such as evenings or weekends. Occasional coverage at Plymouth campus may be required.

Status: Regular, Full-time, Unit E Staff
Supervisor: Director of Library Services
Work Year: 52 Weeks

*Review of resumes will begin on July 1, 2014

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Resource Officer - Initial Posting 06/13/2014
Under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Academic & Administrative Affairs and Dean of the Plymouth Campus / Director of
Administrative Services and Facilities, the Resource Officer’s primary responsibility is to serve and protect the students, faculty, staff and visitors of
Quincy College.

Quincy College values the importance of environmental health and safety campus-wide. Working in tandem with Facilities and Security team, the College Resource Officer also provides a wide range of administrative and direct support services to the campus community including but not limited to: maintenance and repair services, office and meeting set-up and moving, office and facilities upkeep and cleaning, bulk mail and regular mail processing and delivery; and any other duties which may fall under the day to day operations of the Facilities and Security Department. As part of a comprehensive commitment to buildings and grounds, as well as safety, the resource officer assists in maintenance and public safety matters as they arise and may include but is not limited to: Maintaining building and office inventory controls; enforce College and department policies; monitoring and requesting photo identification for access control and provides reception services; perimeter patrol and vigilant campus observations are among the expected daily duties; investigative duties; deployment of security devices and personnel. Accordingly, the individual must exercise appropriate discretion in the conduct of this position and this position requires interaction with campus staff, support staff, students and the general public. Frequent and regular travel between sites is essential. Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

• Patrol the campus on an assigned shift by vehicle/foot.
• Investigate any unsafe condition or incidents including reports of disruptive behavior. • Respond to calls of service as dispatched by administrator on duty, administration or supervisor.
• Opens assigned buildings on a.m. shifts on time and as directed (when on a.m. shift).
• Secures and locks the Plymouth Campus on time and as directed (when on evening shift). • Check, and secure the Plymouth campus.
• Enter incident reports in ISIS system when involved with or when assisting a student/faculty/staff /visitor or when investigating a conflict or an unsafe condition.
• Respond to any emergency, assess incident and notify supervisors of needs and request assistance of appropriate responding personnel.
• Provide escort of students/staff as directed.
• Record all calls and request for assistance, completing dispatch log.
• Greet visitors providing information and directions.
• Notifies proper town of Plymouth emergency services agencies such as police, fire, EMS, emergency management or similar agencies, when appropriate.
• Monitor surveillance cameras.
• Assists college officers and public safety authorities in emergency planning and mitigation issues.
• Conducts training and assists in arranging professional development on matters of public safety.
• Works as team member fostering a safe campus environment.
• Cooperates with community members to foster a positive campus image.
• Assists in troubleshooting maintenance issues as they relate to safety.
• Appreciates and is sensitive to the diversity of perspectives and cultures on a college campus.
• Attends staff meetings and other college functions as directed.
• Participate in mandatory training/coursework.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: High school Diploma, First Aid and CPR.

Qualifications: The Resource Officer must have a demonstrated history of superior interpersonal communications, strong writing abilities, and First Aid/CPR Certification. Moderate physical activity. Must be able to exert up to 30lbs. of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Must being able to move throughout buildings and the exterior surrounds of campus without difficulty and ability to protect self and others in a conflict situation. One year of progressively responsible security experience in a campus setting or similar area required. Valid MA Driver’s License required and proficiency with computers is required. Ability to work flexible schedule including evenings and weekends. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Regular, Full-time, Professional Staff Unit E
Supervisors: Associate Vice President for Academic & Administrative Affairs and Dean of the Plymouth Campus / Director of Administrative
Services and Facilities
Work Year: 52 Weeks

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Student Success Coach - Initial Posting 04/04/2014
Student Success Coaches will assist in maximizing the academic potential of students. The incumbent will be responsible for: assessing student needs for ongoing educational and life-planning issues, organizing workshops, tracking student performance and services, attending monthly compliance meetings with partnering organizations, assisting with New Student Orientation and providing referrals for services based on individual needs. This position reports to the AVP for Student Development with a dotted reporting line to the Associate Vice President for Academic & Administrative Affairs & Dean of Plymouth Campus, while also interfacing with other Student Success Coaches. Assignment/ travel between the Quincy and Plymouth campuses may be required.

Hours: Twelve hours per week, Monday-Thursday. Schedule and hours may change due to the needs of the Plymouth Campus.

Start Date: July 7, 2014

Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
• Assess student needs
• Facilitate ongoing educational and life-planning sessions;
• Organize workshops;
• Track student performance and services;
• Attend monthly compliance meetings with partnering organizations;
• Maintain a referral source list;
• Provide referrals for services based upon individualize needs;
• Assist with New Student Orientation;
• Participate in mandatory training/coursework;
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Educational Criteria: Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, counseling/psychology, education, disability services, college student personnel or a related field; Master’s degree preferred.

Qualifications: Experience working with students in an academic environment and commitment to meeting the needs of both disadvantaged and culturally-diverse populations. Higher Education experience preferred. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Status: Temporary Limited Part-time
Supervisor: Associate Vice President for Student Development and Associate Vice President for Academic & Administrative Affairs & Dean of Plymouth Campus
Work Year: Temporary 12 hours per week

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