Complete List of Employment Opportunities

Updated: April 7, 2014

 

Administration

Dean of Military Academic Services - Barton Community College is seeking applications for a Dean of Military Academic Services, responsible for the effective administration of College programs as reflected in the Memorandum of Understanding between the College and the United States Government at Ft. Riley, Kansas. This is a full-time, 12 month replacement position with competitive salary and benefits. 
 
Qualifications: Master’s degree required, doctorate preferred, 5-10 years demonstrated successful experience and knowledge of military and college programs preferred; commitment to community college philosophy; knowledge and/or experience with the design, implementation, and evaluation of learner-focused instructional delivery systems including needs assessment, enrollment management, advising systems, on-line education, developmental and vocational programs, curriculum, accreditation, and program evaluation; successful experience facilitating mutual understanding and clarification of administrative and faculty perspectives including experience as strong advocate for students, staff and faculty; experience working effectively within community college and military systems; exceptional leadership, organizational, group facilitation, and communication skills, and ability to build and support a participatory learning environment. Click here to apply.

 

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Faculty - Great Bend Campus

 
Chemistry Instructor - Seeking a full-time Chemistry instructor to teach undergraduate Chemistry courses (Lecture and Labs), including Fundamentals of General Chemistry and College Chemistry I & II.    Master's degree or higher in Chemistry or related field required.  Salary is commensurate with education and experience.  Preference will be given to applicants who have experience in assessment of student learning and to applicants who incorporate teaching methods, processes, and technologies that enhance student learning. Click here to apply.
 
Instructor (Computer Networking Program ) - S eeking a 12 month instructor for its Networking program. This position will assist the Instructor/Coordinator (Information Technology) to redesign and enhance the existing program, including tasks associated with curriculum, recruitment, partnerships and availability of industry credentials. Faculty member will teach a full load of coursework, which may include course offerings on campus, at area high schools, online and/or customized training. Applicants should have experience with networking, network security, Linux and Microsoft Servers, PC hardware and Windows. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required, master’s preferred. Industry background combined with formal teaching experience is preferred. Applicants willing to pursue an advanced degree will be considered. Click here to apply.
 

Instructor (Nursing) - Are you interested in serving your profession by teaching students who desire to be a nurse? If so, we have a position for you. Barton Community College’s Nursing Program is seeking a replacement 9-month, full-time nursing instructor. Applicants with a BSN and at least 3 years of nursing experience are welcome to apply. Must be willing to begin work on a MSN if not already completed. Please contact Dr. Kathy Kottas, Executive Director of Nursing and Healthcare Education, at 620-792-9355 or kottask@bartonccc.edu for more information. Click here to apply.

 

Faculty - Ft. Riley Campus/Grandview Plaza

Instructor - Full-Time (OSHA) - Midwest OSHA Education Center, Barton Communitiy College, Fort Riley/Grandview Plaza campus, seeks applications for a full-time Program Instructor position.     Certifications/Qualifications:  Should be an approved OSHA outreach trainer (current) Construction, or hold one of the following CSHO/SSH/SHEP, CET, CSP and have five plus years documented experience in construction within the last 10 years with safety program responsibility for five of those years.   Two years may be waived with any of the following: CIH, CSP, Master’s degree or PHD in an occupational safety and health field.   Should possess at least t wo years’ experience teaching adults in a training/academic environment. M ust have a good driving record and pass a  background check. Undergraduate degree preferred. Position requires overnight travel for up to a week at a time to conduct training throughout OSHA region VII. Click here to apply.

 
Staff Positions - Ft. Riley Campus/Ft. Leavenworth Campus

No openings at this time.

 

Staff Positions - Great Bend OR Ft. Riley Campus

Multimedia Coordinator - seeking applications for a replacement, full-time Multimedia Coordinator.  Tasks include the support of Distance Learning courses and programs in the implementation of technology, audio and video production, software implementation, faculty and staff training, as well as documentation and reporting. Qualifications: Two-year college degree, completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school, or completion of a specialized and extensive in-house training or apprenticeship program; six months to two years related experience and demonstrated skill in the use of technology. Preferred: Previous experience in Distance Learning, demonstrated proficiency in the use of multiple operating systems, and experience using lecture capture, SoftChalk, or iSpring Pro. Technical help desk or technical troubleshooting experience also a plus. Position partially grant funded; employment may be contingent upon continued grant funding. Request application at humres@bartonccc.edu.

 

Staff Positions - Great Bend Campus

 

Administrative Assistant - Seeking applications for the replacement position of Administrative Assistant for the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services.  This highly visible position requires an organized and personable individual who enjoys serving a variety of college constituents and possesses the ability to multi-task efficiently with limited supervision.  Qualifications: Strong interpersonal communication abilities are necessary including talent for interaction with a wide variety of internal and external constituents.  Office management and administrative support experience required, including solid knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and general computer usage.  Associates degree or vocational training required, preferably in Office Technology, Business Management, or closely related field.  Data gathering/analytical skills are a plus.  Click here to apply.

Bus Driver (PT)-Barton Community College seeks applications for part-time Activity Bus Drivers. Once selected, bus drivers will be added to a pool of drivers and will be used as needed for bus trips. Qualifications: Valid CDL license with air brake and passenger endorsements, must be in good physical condition, ability to lift up to 70 lbs., and complete behind the wheel training. Applicants must be able to pass a motor vehicle report, pre-employment drug testing, background check and have an excellent driving record. Applicants must be able to work flexible work schedules.  Click here to apply.

Camp Worker (Temporary) - Camp Aldrich Conference Center is seeking replacement full-time seasonal camp workers.  Must be able to work flexible schedules, as they will vary depending on the camps.  Responsibilities will include working at the swimming pool, with horses, cleaning cabins, outdoor grounds work, maintenance, etc. Preferable qualifications: a current lifeguard certification card and knowledge of horses. Applicant must be capable of lifting up to 50 lb.  Click here to apply.

Computer Trainer -Barton Community College is seeking Computer Trainers to provide training for the general public and/or customized training for employers. Training opportunities will be short-term and available on an as needed basis. Location will vary between the college campus and employer sites. Training will occur during the daytime and/or evening hours. A bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or Computer Applications is preferred; industry certification in various computer applications and/or functions will be considered. Click here to apply.

EMS Lab Assistant - This position is responsible for assisting the instructor in coordinating and facilitating the labs/clinicals necessary to educate the EMS students. Extensive knowledge of skills required of EMS Technician; ability to teach skills; ability to work with a variety of students and instructors; and ability to be a student advocate. Review of completed applications begins immediately. Click here to apply.

OSHA Trainer - Seeking OSHA Trainers to teach 10- and 30-hour courses for both the Construction Industry and General Industry on an as needed basis at the Great Bend campus. Qualified candidates will possess five (5) years of safety experience in either industry. A college degree in Occupational safety and Health, a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) designation may be substituted for two years of experience. Additional requirements for Construction include completion of the OSHA #500 Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction; completion of the OSHA #510 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry; possession of an authorized outreach trainer card. Additional requirements for General Industry include completion of the OSHA #501 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for General Industry; completion of the OSHA #511 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry; possession of an authorized outreach trainer card. Click here to apply.

Substitute Instructional Specialists - ABE/GED - Seeking instructional specialists to provide basic instruction in Reading, Writing, English, Math, and GED preparation to adults 16 years and older in the following locations: Great Bend, Fort Riley, Ellsworth, Larned, and Pratt, KS. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Education or closely related field, Master’s degree preferred.  Previous teaching experience combined with computer and interpersonal skills required. Will work on a temporary, as-needed basis. Note: This position is either completely or partially grant funded. Employment may be contingent upon continued grant funding. Click here to apply.

 

Volunteer Coordinator and Administrative Assistant (PT) - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (R.S.V.P.) of Central Kansas is seeking a replacement part-time Volunteer Coordinator & Administrative Assistant. Responsibilities include: Assisting the Director with normal operation of office; coordinating volunteer recruitment and placement including RSVP Medical Transportation and Meals on Wheels Programs; simple bookkeeping duties; other duties as specified by the Director. Required: High school education or GED; self-starter with strong communication and interpersonal skills; and reliable transportation. Preferred: Public relations, Bilingual (English/Spanish), Microsoft Office, and Quick Books experience; and associate’s degree. Contact Joy Crawford at 620-786-7558 for more information. Click here to apply.
 

Associate Faculty

(Listed by location below)

Academics - Great Bend Campus

No openings at this time

 

Barton County Upward Bound - Great Bend Campus

Barton County Upward Bound -  Seeking applications for several replacement teaching positions in the Barton County Upward Bound summer instructional program.  The Upward Bound program is designed to help high school students from target schools achieve academic success in high school, graduate, enter and complete a program of study in a postsecondary institution.  Duties and responsibilities involve teaching high school students, grade levels 9 through 12, in subjects of Mathematics, Foreign Language, and Science.  The summer component offers curriculum in both core and enrichment areas.  Qualifications: Secondary teaching certification required in related field, or equivalent experience as determined by the Program Director.  The five-week summer instructional program begins June 2, 2014. Click here to apply.

 

Learning Services & Military Operations - Ft. Riley Campus

Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP) - Instructor will focus on soldiers’ job-related instruction to improve basic educational competencies necessary for job proficiency, skill qualification, advanced schooling and career progression. The Basic Skills program focuses on reading, writing, and math skills.  Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline.  Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline.  Master’s Degree candidates are preferred.  Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Request application at humres@bartonccc.edu.

Associate Faculty-German  - Seeking applications for a replacement Associate Faculty instructor to teach two German courses, German I and German II for the LSEC and evening programs; LSEC courses begin 4/10/14. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are required. Review of completed applications begins immediately. Click here to apply.

 
  Learning Services & Military Operations - Ft. Leavenworth Campus
 

BSEP - Day Classes - Seeking Associate faculty for an instructional pool to instruct a Basic Skills Enhancement Program. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file. Click here to apply.

LSEC - Corrections & Criminal Justice - Seeking Associate Faculty members for its Corrections and Criminal Justice programs.  Teaching assignments will occur at the College’s Fort Leavenworth location. Preference will be given to applicants with a Master’s degree in an applicable field, with a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in either discipline and successful work experience in the criminal justice and/or corrections industry. Individuals selected to teach online are required to complete an eCertification process. Click here to apply.

LSEC - Art Appreciation - Seeking Associate Faculty members for an instructional pool. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file. Click here to apply.

LSEC - English Comp I and II - Seeking Associate Faculty members for an instructional pool. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file. Click here to apply.

LSEC - French - Seeking Associate Faculty members to instruct French. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file for an instructional pool. Click here to apply.

LSEC - German - Seeking Associate Faculty members to instruct German. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file for an instructional pool. Click here to apply.

LSEC - Microeconomics Seeking Associate Faculty members to instruct Microeconomics. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file for an instructional pool. Click here to apply.

LSEC -Music - Seeking Associate Faculty members to instruct Introduction to Music for a Fine Arts requirement. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file for an instructional pool. Click here to apply.

LSEC - Spanish - Seeking Associate Faculty members for an instructional pool. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file. Click here to apply.

LSEC - Public Speaking - Seeking Associate Faculty members for an instructional pool. Candidates will be able to instruct in daytime, evening, or weekend teaching assignments. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered. Applicants will remain on file.  Click here to apply.

 

Technical Education & Military Outreach Training -

Ft. Riley/Grandview Plaza

Ammunition Handler -  Applicants must possess ammunition management instructional experience. Proficiency with 49 CFR preferred. Click here to apply.

Bus Driver - Applicants must possess a current Kansas CDL License with a minimum Class C Passenger and Air Brake endorsement.  Candidates must also have at least 5 or more years of Bus Driving experience, a thorough knowledge of the operation and mechanical functioning of buses, and submit to and pass a background investigation.  Two or more years of teaching experience is preferred. Click here to apply.

Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Operations - Applicants must have experience as a Chemical Operations Specialist. Documented instructional experience preferred. Click here to apply.
 
Computer Networking - Applicants must have experience in  basic computer networking and general security concepts. Certification in A+ or Network +  is preferred but not required.  Click here to apply.
 
Digital Training Management System (DTMS) - Applicants must possess unit level or above experience using DTMS and have documented instructional experience. Click here to apply.
 

Maintenance Management -  Applicants must possess documented unit level or higher Maintenance Management experience, proficiency in SAMS-E preferred. Click here to apply.

OSHA (daytime at Grandview Plaza) - Seeking a part-time OSHA Instructor for daytime classes.  Primary duties include developing, conducting and supporting regularly scheduled safety training sessions to enhance safety awareness and promote safe work habits.  Minimum requirements include an Associate degree or higher in Industrial Hygiene or a related field, and five years' of work experience in Construction and/or General Industry.   Current authorized OSHA outreach trainer, or qualify and complete OSHA’s trainer program within six months of hire is necessary. Essential to have excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to adjust delivery based on the needs of varying audiences. Click here to apply.

PBUSE ( Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced) - Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE)  Applicants must possess unit level logistics experience using PBUSE software. Click here to apply.

TC AIMS - Applicants must possess experience using TC AIMS software and have documented instructional experience. Click here to apply.

Military Schools Program - Provide training at multiple locations throughout the U.S. in the following areas: PBUSE, SAMS-E, DTMS, Commanders Total fitness, Fuel Handlers, Unit Armorer, and Master Drivers courses. Required qualifications: Possess expertise and subject matter knowledge through on the job experience or a combination of experience and formal technical training in the field. Prior instructional experience is preferred. Click here to apply.

 

Workforce Training & Community Education - Great Bend Campus

Agriculture - Seeking associate faculty to teach courses within the Agriculture Department, including programs in Crop Protection, Beef Cattle Production and Business Management. We are seeking professionals with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science or a closely related field, with preference for applicants with a Master’s degree. Candidates should possess Office Suite computer skills and quality interpersonal abilities. Previous teaching experience is preferred. Click here to apply.

Certified Nurse Aide and Certified Medication Aide - Are you interested in helping others to learn and be successful? If you have nursing experience in health care, it may be a great time to think about becoming a Certified Nurse Aide and/or Certified Medication Aide instructor for Barton Community College. Part-time teaching possibilities include classes offered in Ellinwood, Ellsworth, Great Bend, LaCrosse, Larned, Lyons, Russell, St. John, and Wilson. Qualifications:  must be a RN for two years. Preference of one year experience in long term care; teaching experience preferred. Click here to apply.

Computer Aided Drafting - Seeking applications for Associate Faculty members to instruct the Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) program.  Candidates will be asked to teach Technical Drafting I, Descriptive Geometry, and Computer Aided Drafting & Design. Documented work experience in the Drafting/CAD industry with an emphasis on 2D and 3D is required. A Bachelor’s degree in addition to training experience and/or experience with post-secondary education is preferred. Click here to apply.

Computer Instruction-Department of Corrections Facilities - Associate Faculty members needed to provide part-time instruction for coursework in Word, Excel, and Access. Teaching assignments may be during the day and evening hours at Kansas Department of Corrections facilities located in Larned and Ellsworth. Experience using Microsoft Office 2010 is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, and/or Computer Applications or equivalent is required, Master’s Degree preferred. Industry Certifications in Computer Applications will be considered. Individuals with industry and teaching experience are encouraged to apply. Click here to apply.

Dietary Manager Program- Are you interested in engaging students to learn and embark on a successful career in the growing healthcare industry? If you have dietetic experience and a passion for teaching, it may be a great time to think about becoming an Associate Faculty member for Barton Community College’s Dietary Manager Program.  Teaching assignments will be online classes in nutrition, sanitation, foodservice management and human resource management. Selected applicants must be willing to participate in online course development training. Qualifications:  Registered Dietitian with two years of practitioner experience required; teaching experience preferred. Click here to apply.

Early Childhood - Seeking applications for Associate Faculty for the Early Childhood program. Candidates should be knowledgeable in the three domains of child development, genetic influences, prenatal development and the developmental stages of children through eight years old. Applicants should have work experience in an early childhood setting such as a daycare or preschool. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or closely related field, Master’s degree and previous teaching experience preferred. Click here to apply.

EMS Education - Seeking qualified instructors to teach EMS Education classes. The purpose of this position is to provide a comprehensive educational program with the outcome of successful student certification. EMS Education is conducted in the Great Bend, Pratt, Salina, Junction City, and Topeka areas.  Responsibilities: Teaching classroom lecture, conducting skills labs, preparing lesson plans, assignment and test preparation, grading, and maintaining both Barton and KSBEMS paperwork. Applicants must be certified as an EMT or higher. Training Officer I certification required with Instructor Coordinator certification preferred, but would consider helping the right person obtain their IC certification. Online experience is helpful as classes are face to face with an online component. Click here to apply.

Manufacturing Skills Certificate - Seeking Associate Faculty members to instruct the Manufacturing Skills Certificate (MSC) program.  Classes include Blueprint Reading/Geometric Dimensions & Tolerances (GD & T), Precision Measurements & Quality Control, Applied Shop Mathematics I, Occupational Safety & Health, and Employability Skills.   Documented work experience in the manufacturing industry is required.  An Associate’s degree in addition to training experience and/or experience with post-secondary education is preferred. Positions available on the Great Bend campus, outreach locations and correctional facilities. Click here to apply.

Medical Support Programs - Online - Barton Community College is seeking applications for Associate Faculty for the Healthcare Documentation and Transcription Specialist Certificate, specifically teaching Medical Style and Grammar, as well as Healthcare Documentation and Transcription I and II. Teaching assignments are for online coursework; successful applicants will be required to participate in an Ecertification training program. Three-five years of experience as a Medical Transcriptionist is required. An industry Certificate in Medical Transcription is preferred. Click here to apply.

Natural Gas Technician Program - Seeking applications for Associate Faculty for the Natural Gas Measurement program. Candidates will be asked to teach basic principles of Gas Measurement, including Gas Measurement Core Skills, Instrumentation and Controls, Gas Quality Analysis, Flow Measurement and Pressure and Volume Control. Applicants should have work experience in the hydrocarbon energy industry with appropriate certifications representing industry standards. A Bachelor’s degree in addition to training experience and/or experience with post-secondary education is preferred. This position has the possibility of teaching on Main Campus in Great Bend and outreach locations such as Junction City. Online teaching opportunities may also be available. Face-to-face classes are taught in a compressed format, meeting Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm for one to two weeks. Click here to apply.

Natural Gas Measurement Program - Seeking applications for Associate Faculty for the Natural Gas Technician program. Candidates should be able to teach basic principles of natural gas distribution including, but not limited to lessons in Corrosion Cells and Analysis, Atmospheric Corrosion, Coating and Inhibitors, Programmable Logic Controllers (Allen-Bradley), Regulators and Positive Displacement and EFC (ROC-800, FlowBoss and Bristol.) Applicants should have work experience in the hydrocarbon energy industry with appropriate certifications representing industry standards. A Bachelor’s degree in addition to training experience and/or experience with post-secondary education is preferred. Classes are taught in a compressed format, meeting Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm for one to two weeks. There are opportunities for teaching assignments on campus and online. Click here to apply.

Online Institutional Corrections -S eeking on-line Associate Faculty members for course development and instruction of a 17-hour Institutional Corrections Certificate.  Qualifications:  Ideal:  Masters in Criminal Justice or Administration of Justice with successful corrections experience.  Preferred:  Masters with successful and diversified corrections experience.  Minimum:  Bachelors with major or substantial coursework in corrections and successful and diversified corrections experience.  Selected applicants will be required to successfully complete the Barton eCertification program. Click here to apply.

Pharmacy Technician - Seeking Pharmacists or Certified Pharmacy Technicians (CPhT) to develop and teach on-line courses for its Pharmacy Technician Program.  Class assignments may include hosting on-campus laboratory sessions.  Curriculum, textbooks and online teaching certification is provided.  Previous teaching experience is a plus, but not required. Click here to apply.

 

 

 

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