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Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
The Director of Student Central is responsible for managing the overall activities and staff in Student Central, ensuring a culture of service excellence. Student Central serves college-wide customer service activities in admissions, general advising, registration, student records, financial aid, assessment, cashier’s office, and general College information. In addition, the Director of Student Central will also oversee programming and activities related to prospective, pipeline, and current CVTC students including, but not limited to, New Student Orientation, Student Outreach and Retention (SOAR), and other engagement activities. This position also oversees the staff and activities for the Scanning Center, student-facing marketing and social media, and the MyCVTC student portal. This is a leadership position at the College and reports to the Director of Enrollment Services.   Responsibilities: - Oversee and manage Student Central activities based on College customer service standards. - Monitor industry best practices for one stop centers and related processes to provide students with an integrated and efficient avenue to easily access resources and support through various options (i.e., chat, email, web, walk-in, etc.). - Provide leadership and direct supervision of General Advisors, Student Services Graphics and Multimedia Coordinator, and Assistant Director of Student Central. - Serve as main contact for student email system; oversee email response processes for student email and general college information requests. - Serve as main contact for student communication systems; coordinate and deliver trainings as necessary and send out mass communication messages to students. - Oversee and manage all activities related to New Student Orientation. - Direct and oversee all initiatives related to the MyCVTC student portal and serve on related College-wide technology committees. - Ensure compliance with approved College website protocol and procedures. - Manage and coordinate social media campaigns and oversee content for Student Central Facebook, Instagram, and Tik Tok pages. - Oversee and coordinate editing and content approval process for all student-facing marketing materials and campaigns, not limited to digital media, print ads, and video content. - Monitor, review, and report on all Student Central activities, services, and results. - Evaluate and analyze all Student Central activities and services to guide process improvement and data informed initiatives. - Establish and maintain collaborative relationships College-wide to ensure routine flow of information from and to Student Central to best support students. - Recommend College procedure and policy changes to enhance customer service. - Design and direct engagement activities implemented by Student Central staff such as, but not limited to,Money Matters, Money Smart Week, Career Planning workshops, etc. - Develop and coordinate all activities of the Money Matters financial literacy program and direct financial literacy initiatives of the College. - Lead and coordinate Student Central presentations/orientations with students and parents and other CVTC staff; provide presentations to the CVTC community and other requested external presentations such as Financial Aid Nights, NSO, Support System Orientation, Welcome Days, open houses, financial literacy campaigns, and any other presentations/orientations. - Facilitate the preparation of and monitor the Student Central budget to comply with the College fiscal plan. - Oversee storage and destruction of college records. - Coordinate college shredding services with Confidential Records, Inc. - Oversee Banner systems in coordination with the Assistant Director of Student Central. - Provide appropriate training and professional development opportunities for the Student Central staff. - Coordinate shadowing of Student Central department with new and regular CVTC employees. - Participate on appropriate college teams and contribute to accomplishing the goals and objectives of the department. - Lead special projects as assigned. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as the ability to work independently toward department goals. - Proven ability to mediate and resolve conflicts. - Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community agencies and the general public. - Ability to use judgment, discretion, and decision-making skills in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. - Ability to interpret and communicate College policies and procedures. - Ability to work a flexible schedule and travel to various campuses. - Proven ability to utilize technology to enhance productivity and communication. - Proven ability to manage projects focused on timelines, project deliverables, etc. - Experience in customizing a staff development training program. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Advanced knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Close Date
11/7/2021
Category
Management
Type
Full-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
The Academic Records & Continuing Education Specialist is responsible for providing escalated student support related to all student records and continuing education activities. This position serves the Records & Registration functional areas of non-credit registration for continuing education courses, credit registration, student academic records, academic and refund appeals with processes, including but not limited to, data collection, student communication, student data reports, Banner module maintenance, process improvement and implementation activities. This position will also provide general Records and Registration support to assist our students in their educational path and reports to the Assistant Registrar.    Responsibilities: - Manage and process all transcript requests for release to students, colleges, and employers. - Provide faculty support with no show reporting, midterm grade entry, final grade entry, or grade changes as needed. Provide documentation, support, and processing of these items. - Manage non-credit continuing education courses for all processes related to student registrations and withdrawals handled in Records & Registration. Process and communicate with all students when a waitlist class opens. - Serve as the liaison for all escalated student and staff inquires related to registration of continuing education noncredit coursework. This includes but is not limited to maintenance of student non-credit registration, continuing education student and employer account set up, and troubleshoot any registration concerns. - Manage all credit course enrollment adjustments for tuition modification during the first week of each semester’s part of term. - Coordinate departmental responsibilities as they relate to the student account and refund appeal processes including student documentation intake, tracking, student record updates, and student communication. - Manage the application intake, processing, and communication for academic forgiveness applications to the department. - Conduct reporting and data analysis related to academic records and non-credit continuing education. - Responsible for the academic appeal intake and processing, including, but not limited to, tracking, student record updates, and student communication. - Test functionality of Banner upgrades and patches pertaining to academic records and non-credit continuing education during quarterly cycles. - Responsible for assisting with missing grades for end-of-term processes. - Investigate and resolve all escalated student and staff concerns related to registration of credit coursework. This includes but is not limited to maintenance of student registration time tickets and permit overrides, troubleshoot any registration concerns, and student lab support of all new and open registration students. - Serve as the records & registration subject matter expert for internal and external customers for training, troubleshooting, and student support. - Identify and implement uses of Banner and office systems technology to support continuous process improvement. - Develop an in-depth working knowledge and be a staff resource for the Banner modules related to the student functional areas. - Conduct general Records & Registration student support and assist the team with duties that take priority for student success and support. - Practice and enforce FERPA regulations, CVTC and Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) board policy for all the above. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Ability to handle multiple tasks and responsibilities in a detail-oriented and high stress environment. - Ability to work independently and as a team member and work nonstandard hours as necessary. - Ability to learn and adhere to College policies and procedures. - Ability to keep accurate records and develop and maintain detailed reports. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Advanced knowledge and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office, Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams, and Banner.
Close Date
11/14/2021
Category
Support Staff
Type
Full-Time
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
As a member of the Curriculum and Professional Development (CPD) team, the Faculty Developer co-facilitates faculty development activities for all full-time and adjunct faculty. The faculty developer supports faculty in areas related to equitable practices, classroom management, instructional design, delivery, and assessment and provides a collaborative, team-based approach in working with faculty, program directors and department chairs, academic leaders, mentors, and the Assistant Director of CPD to ensure quality in teaching and learning. The Faculty Developer assists in the development of both full-time and adjunct faculty by facilitating professional development sessions, providing individualized coaching and communication, and by assisting faculty with connecting to needed resources. This position reports to the Assistant Director of CPD.   Responsibilities: - Co-facilitate new faculty academy and adjunct faculty onboarding. - Plan and facilitate adjunct faculty seminars (boot camps). - Lead the mentor program and collaborate with faculty mentors to support faculty. - Plan and facilitate ongoing professional development opportunities for faculty. - Perform formal evaluation and classroom observation cycle with adjunct and full-time faculty. - Provide individual coaching and support to adjunct and full-time faculty. - Complete faculty evaluations. - Assist with planning and implementing all CPD initiatives in online, remote, and in-person formats including: - Faculty in-services - Full-time and Adjunct New Faculty Development Program - Professional development offerings - Teach Faculty Quality Assurance System (FQAS) competency courses - Faculty performance improvement plans - Staff and Leadership In-service - Establish a solid relationship with all CVTC faculty and leaders. - Exhibit understanding of instructional design principles, learning theory, cooperative learning methods and practices, and performance-based assessments. - Demonstrate understanding of higher education institutions and current trends in postsecondary education. - Support FQAS through contributing to annual reports, instructing classes, and overseeing the implementation of FQAS competency curriculum. - Participate in Professional Development grant activities and manage the grant when assigned. - Work collaboratively with a wide variety of people one-on-one and in a team environment. - Think creatively and put ideas into actions. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Ability to work independently and manage multiple priorities. - Possess strong facilitation skills. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Intermediate knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Close Date
11/7/2021
Category
Professional
Type
Full-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
The Systems Analyst is responsible for analyzing, designing, creating, modifying, testing, implementing, and maintaining enhancements and interfaces for assigned software applications. This position also has responsibility for maintaining system documentation, training “power users”, providing technical support services, detailed systems design and development, strategic area planning, and providing reports/reporting capability for relevant application areas. This position reports to the Applications Team Manager.   This position may allow for a flex remote work capacity whereby time is spent in a remote setting as well as on-campus as needed to meet job responsibilities. Work placement, remote and on-site, is determined based upon the needs of the College. Remote work parameters are subject to CVTC guidelines, handbook, and specific individual department workplace expectations.   Responsibilities: - Provide technical support for implementation and administration of assigned module(s) of college information systems. - Provide detailed business/systems analysis and design for on-going business process improvements. - Review user requirements and needs, complete all programming, testing, and documentation necessary to complete development tasks. - Continually monitor emerging technology trends in areas of responsibility in order to quickly adapt to new technologies/business change. - Prepare software requirements following standards; provide technical support and assistance for software development by other staff. - Develop, modify, and maintain assigned software applications per requirements. - Carry out fact finding and program analysis of problems; apply established procedures to bring resolution. - Create and maintain user and technical documentation. - Create reports using standard reporting tools such as Cognos. - Provide technical advice and support to users, including creating ad-hoc reports, data analysis and correction, training, and problem solving. - Provide training to other IT Analysts in areas of responsibility to increase the business and technical understanding. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Knowledge and experience with all aspects of the Software Development Life Cycle. - Ability to write moderate to complex SQL/PL SQL statements. - Ability to learn and utilize software development tools including, but not limited to, TOAD and Page Builder. - Ability to create test plans to effectively test developed software. - Knowledge of computer operating systems Windows and Linux. - Knowledge in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, Banner preferred. - Knowledge in Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) preferred - Ability to work effectively in a team environment. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Advanced knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Close Date
11/7/2021
Category
Professional
Type
Full-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
CVTC instructors are dynamic partners for students, employers, and communities to learn, train, and succeed in an associate degree, technical diploma, basic education, continuing education, and/or contract training program. An instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course/training content and delivery. An instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. An instructor maintains a flexible schedule, including availability for evening, weekend, online, or summer assignments, as appropriate.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic, and Paramedic Technician. Assignments may include EMT 1, EMT 2, and EMS refreshers. - Design and implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Instructor Position Description document for additional responsibilities of instructors at CVTC.
Close Date
10/31/2021
Category
Full-time Faculty
Type
Faculty Contract - 34/52 weeks (load-building)
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
CVTC instructors are dynamic partners for students, employers, and communities to learn, train, and succeed in an associate degree, technical diploma, basic education, continuing education, and/or contract training program. An instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course/training content and delivery. An instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. An instructor maintains a flexible schedule, including availability for evening, weekend, online, or summer assignments, as appropriate.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Nursing. - Design and implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Instructor Position Description document for additional responsibilities of instructors at CVTC.
Close Date
11/7/2021
Category
Full-time Faculty
Type
Faculty Contract - 34/52 weeks (load-building)
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
The HVAC Instructional Assistant assists HVAC Instructors in engaging learners through aligned curriculum and performance-based instruction and to provide timely feedback on work performed in the lab. This position assists in maintaining the HVAC lab and equipment for a safe and professional work environment for students and visitors; develops training aids to increase student learning for course content; and orders supplies and parts as needed. This position reports to the Dean of the Agriculture, Energy, Constructionn, and Transportation and is also provided work direction by the HVAC Instructors.   In addition to the Instructional Assistant duties described above, which will occur approximately 35 hours per week when HVAC classes are in session fall, spring, and winter terms (approximately 33 weeks annually), this position will also serve as a part of the college’s Facilities team performing maintenance technician duties the remaining hours/weeks. This shared position between the HVAC program and Facilities will continue through June 30, 2022. Beginning July 1, 2022, this will position will transition into an Instructional Assistant for the Agriculture, Energy, Construction, and Transportation division with approximately 33 weeks annually working for the HVAC program and 19 weeks for other program/divisional support.   Responsibilities: - Instructional Assistant responsibilities: - Assist in student learning in all lab courses in the Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration programs. - Maintain, diagnose, repair equipment in the HVAC lab. - Inspect and maintain safety and security items for the lab. - Order and maintain an inventory of required parts and supplies. - Develop and build training aids for course content. - Set up lab equipment for daily activities. - Direct activities of work study students. - Assist in recruiting students. - Facilities responsibilities: - Perform preventative maintenance functions at CVTC’s west campus buildings. - Perform repairs to building systems and equipment. - Provide setup and support for campus and program events and activities. - Assist with relocation and installation of program equipment between buildings. - Support activities related to Central Stores and receiving area. - Assist with snow removal including plowing lots, sweeping sidewalks, shoveling, etc. Keep entrances/walks free of snow, ice, and litter. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Ability to understand and use technology for service information and diagnostics. - Must be proficient with HVAC equipment in order to develop training aids. - Ability to operate heavy equipment such as sidewalk snow removal equipment, snowplows, and forklifts. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Intermediate knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Category
Support Staff
Type
Full-Time
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is establishing a pool of qualified candidates to teach Heavy Equipment Service Technician courses. Program and course information can be found at https://www.cvtc.edu/academics.aspx#programs.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application. Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom, lab, or clinical settings; online; or a combination of online and face-to-face.   All CVTC instructors are required to meet with students and/or attend meetings on-site on a regular basis. This means that all instructors, including online instructors, must live within driving distance of CVTC campuses. Program courses will be taught in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.   CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Heavy Equipment Service Technician. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is seeking qualified candidates to be considered for an adjunct instructor position to teach a Turf Management course in the Landscape, Plant & Turf Management Program.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application.   Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom, lab, or clinical settings; online; or a combination of online and face-to-face. All CVTC instructors are required to meet with students and/or attend meetings on-site on a regular basis. This means that all instructors, including online instructors, must live within driving distance of CVTC campuses. Campuses are located in Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Neillsville and River Falls, Wisconsin. CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability. - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Landscape, Plant & Turf Management. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Under the direction of the truck driving instructors and lead truck driving instructional assistants, this position is responsible for driving and related operational skills training for students pursuing a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). This position will also maintain records, prepare reports, and initiate and develop client training for Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education.   Responsibilities: - Demonstrate and supervise student driving under a variety of environments and driving conditions, including straight line backing, developing depth perception, making turns, backing into docks and parking places, mirror adjustment, and how to use large mirrors and convex mirrors. - Perform work duties outside in all weather conditions. - Provide training for students in the truck driving program and other students seeking a CDL. - Administer CDL examinations. - Driving simulations. - Brake board activities. - Purchase supplies. - Perform light maintenance on and washing and cleaning of vehicles. - Paint and maintain lines on driver training areas. - Demonstrate shifting techniques, how to couple and uncouple semi-trailer combinations, vehicle inspection, and scaling as directed. - Provide collision avoidance training. - Assist with program recruitment efforts. - Participate in the assessment of student learning. - Maintain flexibility in delivery of training. - Demonstrate commitment to service excellence standards. - Function in a team environment without direct supervision and in a manner that supports a cohesive departmental atmosphere by attending and reaching consensus at team meetings. - Communicate effectively and maintain positive relationships with students, instructors, truck supply and maintenance personnel, trucking company personnel, and Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) representatives verbally and in writing. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Ability to drive all truck and trailer combinations offered in the truck driving program. - Ability to plan, organize, and facilitate quality training. - Ability to work effectively with students in both one-on-one and group instruction situations. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity and demonstrate commitment to equity, inclusion, and culturally respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Basic knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.  
Category
Support Staff
Type
Full-Time
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is establishing a pool of qualified candidates to be considered for adjunct instructor, substitute instructor, and/or instructional assistant needs in the Cosmetology and Nail Technician programs.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application. Adjunct instructors and instructional assistants are hired on a per course and/or as needed basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom and in a lab setting in CVTC's Shear Inspiration Salon & Spa.   Adjunct Instructor Responsibilities: CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Cosmetology and Nail Technician. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC. Instructional Assistant Responsibilities: - Assist students in a lab and/or group setting with related course work. - Assist with use of appropriate computer software and other technology for students. - Assist with work projects for instructors. - Review daily work for individual assessment of students as requested by instructors. - Proctor tests for individual assessment of students as requested by instructors. - Record/monitor student attendance. - Maintain accurate student records; prepare reports as required. - Maintain books, supplies, software, multimedia/lab equipment, and record cards. - May direct activities of work-study students. - Knowledge of Wisconsin State cosmetology laws and practices with high emphasis on sanitation and safety. - Exceptional customer service skills. - Ability to assist a variety of students at various levels with study skills, educational activities, and materials. - Ability to assist students with all phases of coloring techniques using current color. - Ability to assist students with perm techniques and chemical relaxing. - Ability to assist students with basic and advanced cuts for males and females, children through adults, using all cutting tools (shears, razors, clippers, and T-edger’s). - Ability to assist students on trimming facial hair. - Ability to assist students with facials, manicures, pedicures, waxing, roller setting, back-combing, and long and short hair styling using appropriate tools. - Ability to assist entry-level students with basic skills. - Ability to work as a member of a team. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Basic knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Human Services & Education
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
The Public Safety Officer serves in accomplishing the overall public safety mission of the College. The position assists with the College’s public safety efforts at the Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, Menomonie, and River Falls campuses which include loss prevention, customer service, proactive patrols, and parking enforcement. The Public Safety Officer  interacts with employees, students, local law enforcement agencies, fire/EMS departments, and appropriate agencies on matters related to public safety. This position reports to the Public Safety Manager.   Responsibilities: - Create atmosphere of strong customer service with students, staff, and community members on CVTC campuses. - Assist with College-wide security efforts to ensure safety of students, staff, and visitors. - Travel to and conduct proactive patrols at Eau Claire and regional campuses. - Maintain high level of professional attitude and action when dealing with College community. - Adhere to and motivate others to follow safety standards set forth by CVTC. - Respond in a timely manner to all incident response requests. - Emergency Response Team: Provide guidance and support to events, drills, and assessments of procedures. - Investigate incidents and prepare materials for evidence and write reports as requested. - Maintain a professional security presence at all times. - Support Public Safety office administrative functions. - Carry out College policy as it relates to campus safety, security, and parking. - Investigate disturbances, fire hazards, suspicious persons, hazardous conditions, and other conditions on campus. - Conduct proactive patrol and community policing procedures and respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents as needed. - Conduct and lead safety inspections of the facilities to detect existing or potential problems and recommend corrective or preventative measures as necessary. - Assist in training new student public safety officers. - Perform periodic checks and evaluation of security alarm and fire/smoke alarms to ensure proper functioning; reports malfunctions as required. - Respond to calls for service and assist personnel as needed. - Patrol parking areas, communicate, and enforce parking and traffic regulations. - Investigate violations of law and/or College policy/procedure and forward to proper authorities. - Provide security services for special events held on College property as requested. - Write accurate and detailed incident reports. Summarize results of investigations to document campus incidents. Submit written and verbal reports to supervisor for review and determination if further action is required. - Respond to calls for service and maintenance of pay-per-hour parking lot.   Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Knowledge of current public safety regulations and CVTC student code of conduct policy/procedure. - Demonstrated ability to assess and act prudently and quickly in crisis situations and deal with responses to emergencies. - Knowledge of radio communication equipment. - Basic knowledge of effective radio communication and APCO 10 codes. - Knowledge of verbal and non-verbal tactics to safely de-escalate emotional persons. - Ability to work flexible hours to meet the needs of the College (including evenings and weekends). - Ability to be available for call-in basis in the event of emergencies or by request of the Public Safety Manager. - Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as the ability to work independently toward department goals. - Proven ability to resolve conflicts. - Ability to use judgment, discretion, and decision making skills in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. - Ability to be self-sufficient with little direct supervision. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Basic knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Category
Support Staff
Type
Part-time, Limited-term
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
The Public Safety Training & Resource Officer serves in accomplishing the overall public safety mission of the College. The position assists with the College’s public safety efforts at the Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, Menomonie, and River Falls campuses which include loss prevention, customer service, proactive patrols, and parking enforcement. The Public Safety Training & Resource Officer  interacts with employees, students, local law enforcement agencies, fire/EMS departments, and appropriate agencies on matters related to public safety. This position reports to the Public Safety Manager.   Responsibilities: - Create atmosphere of strong customer service with students, staff, and community members on CVTC campuses. - Assist with College-wide security efforts to ensure safety of students, staff, and visitors. - Provide training to new student public safety officers. - Travel to and conduct proactive patrols at Eau Claire and regional campuses. - Maintain high level of professional attitude and action when dealing with College community. - Adhere to and motivate others to follow safety standards set forth by CVTC. - Respond in a timely manner to all incident response requests. - Emergency Response Team: Provide guidance and support to events, drills, and assessments of procedures. - Investigate incidents and prepare materials for evidence and write reports as requested. - Maintain a professional security presence at all times. - Support Public Safety office administrative functions. - Carry out College policy as it relates to campus safety, security, and parking. - Investigate disturbances, fire hazards, suspicious persons, hazardous conditions, and other conditions on campus. - Conduct proactive patrol and community policing procedures and respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents as needed. - Conduct and lead safety inspections of the facilities to detect existing or potential problems and recommend corrective or preventative measures as necessary. - Perform periodic checks and evaluation of security alarm and fire/smoke alarms to ensure proper functioning; reports malfunctions as required. - Respond to calls for service and assist personnel as needed. - Patrol parking areas, communicate, and enforce parking and traffic regulations. - Investigate violations of law and/or College policy/procedure and forward to proper authorities. - Provide security services for special events held on College property as requested. - Write accurate and detailed incident reports. Summarize results of investigations to document campus incidents. Submit written and verbal reports to supervisor for review and determination if further action is required. - Respond to calls for service and maintenance of pay-per-hour parking lot.   Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Knowledge of current public safety regulations and CVTC student code of conduct policy/procedure. - Demonstrated ability to assess and act prudently and quickly in crisis situations and deal with responses to emergencies. - Knowledge of radio communication equipment. - Basic knowledge of effective radio communication and APCO 10 codes. - Knowledge of verbal and non-verbal tactics to safely de-escalate emotional persons. - Ability to work flexible hours to meet the needs of the College (including evenings and weekends). - Ability to be available for call-in basis in the event of emergencies or by request of the Public Safety Manager. - Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as the ability to work independently toward department goals. - Proven ability to resolve conflicts. - Ability to use judgment, discretion, and decision making skills in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. - Ability to be self-sufficient with little direct supervision. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Basic knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Category
Support Staff
Type
Full-time, Limited-term
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is establishing a pool of qualified candidates to be considered when adjunct and/or substitute instructors are needed to teach Culinary Management related courses. Needs may become available prior to or during each semester.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application.   Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom, lab, or clinical settings; online; or a combination of online and face-to-face. All CVTC instructors are required to meet with students and/or attend meetings on-site on a regular basis. This means that all instructors, including online instructors, must live within driving distance of CVTC campuses. Campuses are located in Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Neillsville and River Falls, Wisconsin. CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Culinary Management, Culinary Production Specialist, and/or Baking & Pastry Specialist. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Business, Finance, Hospitality & Marketing
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-River Falls
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is establishing a pool of qualified candidates to be considered when adjunct and/or substitute instructors are needed to teach Early Childhood Education courses. Needs may become available prior to or during each semester.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application.   Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom, lab, or clinical settings; online; or a combination of online and face-to-face. All CVTC instructors are required to meet with students and/or attend meetings on-site on a regular basis. This means that all instructors, including online instructors, must live within driving distance of CVTC campuses. Campuses are located in Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Neillsville and River Falls, Wisconsin. CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Early Childhood Education. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Human Services & Education
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is establishing a pool of qualified candidates to be considered when adjunct and/or substitute instructors are needed to teach Psychology courses. Needs may become available prior to or during each semester. Program and course information can be found at https://www.cvtc.edu/academics.aspx#programs.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application. Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom, lab, or clinical settings; online; or a combination of online and face-to-face.   All CVTC instructors are required to meet with students and/or attend meetings on-site on a regular basis. This means that all instructors, including online instructors, must live within driving distance of CVTC campuses. Campuses are located in Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Neillsville and River Falls, Wisconsin.   CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of Psychology. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - General Education/Liberal Arts
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire | US-WI-River Falls
Under the direction of the Public Safety Manager and the Public Safety Sergeant, this position serves in accomplishing the overall public safety mission of the College. Assist with the College’s public safety efforts at the Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, Menomonie and River Falls campuses which include loss prevention, customer service, proactive patrols and parking enforcement. Interact with employees, students, local law enforcement agencies, fire/EMS departments, and appropriate agencies on matters related to public safety.   Student Public Safety Officer positions are available at CVTC's Eau Claire and River Falls campuses; all positions will work fully on-site.   Responsibilities: - Create atmosphere of strong customer service with students, staff, and community members on our campuses. - Assist with College-wide security efforts to ensure safety of students, staff, and visitors. - Travel to and conduct proactive patrols at Eau Claire and regional campuses. - Maintain high level of professional attitude and action when dealing with College community. - Adhere to and motivate others to follow safety standards set forth by CVTC. - Respond in a timely manner to all incident response requests. - Investigate incidents and prepare materials for evidence and write reports as requested. - Maintain a professional security presence at all times. - Provide a strong customer service culture in the Public Safety Office for students, staff, and guests of CVTC. - Carry out College policy as it relates to campus safety, security, and parking. - Investigate disturbances, fire hazards, suspicious persons, hazardous conditions, and other conditions on campus. - Conduct proactive patrol and community policing procedures and respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents as needed. - Conduct safety inspections of the facilities to detect existing or potential problems and recommend corrective or preventative measures as necessary. - Respond to calls for service and assist personnel as needed. - Patrol parking areas, communicate and enforce parking and traffic regulations. - Investigate violations of law and/or College policy/procedure and forward to proper authorities. - Provide security services for special events held on College property as requested. - Write accurate and detailed incident reports. Summarize results of investigations to document campus incidents. Submit written and verbal reports to supervisor for review and determination if further action is required. - Respond to calls for service and maintenance of pay-per-hour parking lot. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Knowledge of current public safety regulations and CVTC student code of conduct policy/procedure. - Demonstrated ability to assess and act prudently and quickly in crisis situations and deal with responses to emergencies. - Knowledge of radio communication equipment. - Basic knowledge of effective radio communication and APCO 10 codes. - Knowledge of verbal and non-verbal tactics to safely de-escalate emotional persons. - Ability to work flexible hours to meet the needs of the College (including evenings and weekends). - Ability to be available for call-in basis in the event of emergencies or by request of the Public Safety Manager. - Physical strength and agility sufficient to perform public safety tasks. - Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as the ability to work independently toward department goals. - Proven ability to resolve conflicts. - Ability to use judgment, discretion, and decision making skills in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. - Ability to be self-sufficient with little direct supervision. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Basic knowledge of and skills with technology including software programs for communication, data collection, and decision making including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Category
Other
Type
Part-time, Limited-term
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-River Falls
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is establishing a pool of qualified candidates to be considered when adjunct and/or substitute instructors are needed to teach English Language Learning (ELL) courses. Needs may become available prior to or during each semester. Program and course information can be found at https://www.cvtc.edu/academics/english-language-learning.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application.   Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom, lab, or clinical settings; online; or a combination of online and face-to-face. All CVTC instructors are required to meet with students and/or attend meetings on-site on a regular basis. This means that all instructors, including online instructors, must live within driving distance of CVTC campuses. Campuses are located in Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Neillsville and River Falls, Wisconsin. CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the area of ELL. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Academic Services/Adult Education & College Prep
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is seeking qualified candidates for an adjunct (part-time) instructor position in our new Agriculture Service Technician program. In addition to serving as the primary instructor in this short-term technical diploma program, this position may assist in the initial development of program curriculum. This position will be based out of our Diesel Education Center.   CVTC instructors are dynamic partners for students, employers, and communities to learn, train, and succeed in an associate degree, technical diploma, basic education, continuing education, and/or contract training program. An instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course/training content and delivery. An instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. An instructor maintains a flexible schedule, including availability for evening, weekend, or online assignments, as appropriate.   - Plan for and instruct courses in the Agriculture Service Technician program. - Design and implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Job Locations US-WI-Eau Claire
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) is establishing a pool of qualified candidates to be considered when adjunct and/or substitute instructors are needed to teach welding courses for various programs (e.g., Welding, Mechatronics, Welder-Fabricator Apprenticeship, etc.). Needs may become available prior to or during each semester. Program and course information can be found at https://www.cvtc.edu/academics.aspx#programs.   Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, resume, and transcripts, you will be considered for future adjunct and/or substitute teaching opportunities. CVTC will keep your application on file as a prospective candidate who could potentially fill a position when a need arises. If the need shall arise and review of your application materials result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application. Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. Courses are taught face-to-face in classroom, lab, or clinical settings; online; or a combination of online and face-to-face.   All CVTC instructors are required to meet with students and/or attend meetings on-site on a regular basis. This means that all instructors, including online instructors, must live within driving distance of CVTC campuses. Campuses are located in Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Neillsville and River Falls, Wisconsin.   CVTC adjunct instructors are dynamic partners for both students and the College. An adjunct instructor works with students beyond the classroom to ensure their success, models CVTC core abilities, and demonstrates commitment to excellence in program/course content and delivery. An adjunct instructor is able to work effectively in a collaborative environment; is willing to innovate and change to meet evolving program and industry needs; and demonstrates competency with use of technology that supports learning and teaching. Generally, an adjunct instructor will be hired to instruct specific open classes based upon the adjunct instructor’s qualifications and availability.   - Plan for and instruct welding courses for various programs. - Implement relevant and progressive curriculum. - Deliver high-quality instruction through the planning and implementation of effective learning strategies and environments. - Create performance-based assessments aligned with competencies through formative and summative measures. - Promote student success through timely communication, growth-based feedback, and implementation of strategies that meet the needs of diverse learners. - Meet professional expectations by maintaining professional currency and contributing to a collaborative culture across the College. - Ability to model integrity through self-awareness, personal accountability, ethical behavior, quality standards, and sustainable practices. - Ability to think critically by applying problem solving practices, acquiring relevant information, using technology and other resources appropriately, and evaluating alternatives. - Ability to communicate effectively by speaking and writing clearly, concisely, and professionally; practicing active listening; reading critically and adapting communication for audience. - Ability to value diversity by recognizing personal biases, adapting to culturally diverse situations, and demonstrating a commitment to equity, inclusion, and respectful interactions with persons of diverse ethnic, cultural, social-economic, or educational backgrounds. - Please view the Adjunct Instructor Position Description for additional roles and responsibilities of adjunct instructors at CVTC.
Category
Adjunct Faculty - Manufacturing, Technology & Engineering
Type
Part-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt