Employment opportunities

All Employment Opportunities are released through the Human Resources office at Iowa Lakes Community College.

NOTE: Applications must be complete, including Employment Application Form, Applicant Confidential Information Form, Letter Addressing Qualifications, Resume and Transcripts (if required). See individual job descriptions for instructions. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Equal Opportunity Employer
AA EMPLOYER

Current openings listed below:

Full-time Positions

Accounting Specialist Program Instructor/Coordinator

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: The instructor is responsible for teaching a full-time assignment of classes as defined by the College and/or collective bargaining agreement on the Estherville Campus. Some assignments may be during evenings/weekends and/or virtual or online. Must evaluate and report student performance and progress in assigned courses in accordance with College and division policies and procedures. 

CLASSIFICATION: Faculty
DEPARTMENT: Career Option
REPORT TO: Campus Executive Dean

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Effectively organize, teach, and evaluate student performance and progress in assigned course offerings in accordance with established syllabi. Assignments may include various delivery formats, methods, work schedules and locations.
  2. Evaluate and record student performance and progress according to College and division guidelines.
  3. Maintain current course syllabi and provide student guides for all courses taught.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Maintain established office hours.
  2. Serve as academic advisor to students and make referrals, when deemed necessary, to other College personnel, such as the Executive Dean, Counselors, Financial Aid, etc. for more specialized information and assistance.
  3. Assist in the development of new courses and revisions of existing courses in discipline area to insure continued program growth and development.
  4. Arrange lab sites for student practical experiences and monitor progress.
  5. Assist other instructors and Admissions in recruiting students.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Regularly engage in professional development activities and keep current with developing trends and ideas in profession.
  2. Assist in the process of requesting and maintaining instructional equipment and supplies for classrooms/laboratories use.
  3. Assist the supervisor in the budgeting process.
  4. Assist in the maintenance and enhancement of communication within the College and community.
  5. Encourage and foster student participation in professional organizations, College activities and community activities.
  6. Attend and serve on assigned and voluntary program and College committees.
  7. May serve as a student club sponsor.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Represent the College in the most positive manner with prospective, former, and current students, staff, and the community, and understand the Community College concept. Possess a commitment to a student-centered environment.
  2. Ability to organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly.
  3.  Present oneself in a classroom setting in a manner that is acceptable and consistent with program and College guidelines, policies, and practices
  4. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems and exercise independent judgement when making decisions.
  5. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, staff, administrators, and other contacts.
  6. Read, understand, and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written communications.
  7. Possess strong human relations skills and the ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities and be sensitive to various learning styles.
  8. Be a creative, energetic, and self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and organizational skills.
  9. Possess a working knowledge of personal computers and educational media equipment.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Position involves sitting or standing most of the time in an office or classroom/laboratory setting. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. May be required to travel between sites utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment at Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and current CPA, CMA, CFA, or other accounting certification or a Master’s Degree in Accounting or related Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate credits in Accounting. Prior teaching experience preferred. Qualified to teach classes as listed below.

Courses to be Taught *

  • Principles of Accounting I
  • Principles of Accounting II
  • Cost Accounting
  • Intermediate Accounting I
  • Intermediate Accounting II
  • Certified Bookkeeper Review
  • Business Correspondence
  • Individual Projects
  • Business Seminar

* Other courses may be assigned.

SALARY: Commensurate with education and related experience for a 213-day contract.

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave and personal leave. Employee health, dental and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Institutional Advancement Coordinator

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position located at the Administrative Offices in Estherville. Primary responsibilities are to assist the Executive Director in development, promotion, implementation, and monitoring of resource development activities including the Foundations and Alumni Association. This individual will be responsible for coordination and oversight of the scholarship process and fostering positive relations with donors and potential donors, gift processing and directing the activities and promotion of the Alumni & Friends Association.

The successful candidate must be a detail oriented, team player and possess exceptional organizational, computer, leadership, written and oral communication skills. Key attributes include the ability to effectively and persuasively articulate (verbal/written) the needs of the College/Foundation, ability to handle numerous projects simultaneously with a high degree of accuracy. An individual possessing a high-energy level, who is self-motivated, and goal oriented will enjoy this position.

Classification: Professional Support B

Department: Foundation

Report to: Executive Director Foundation and Government Relations

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Oversee and manage the Iowa Lakes Scholarship Program (donor stewardship; update donor files and collaborate with Financial Aid Office; NextGen Software).
  2. Manage and monitor multiple scholarship budgets.
  3. Develop and maintain a positive working relationship with various clients of the College – ranging from students, employees, volunteers and boards to individuals and businesses in our communities.
  4. Understand, direct, and ensure the maintenance and usage of the Institutional Advancement database utilizing its systems/programs to expand the donor pool through communications and solicitation to increase giving.
  5. Collaborate with the Admissions Team, Retention Specialist and Financial Aid to strengthen the connection among all components of the College to enhance student recruitment and retention.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Assist in marketing/promoting the College and the Foundation to alumni and friends of the College; assist in the development strategies to cultivate targeted individuals or groups.
  2. Facilitate good donor relations by representing the Institutional Advancement Office at functions and meetings as assigned and working with donors and potential donors, alumni, students, friends, and various constituencies of the College to strengthen their ties to Iowa Lakes.
  3. Update print materials, campaign literature, website, etc.
  4. Provide support to schedule, collate director packets and other correspondence for the Executive Director.
  5. Assist Executive Director with compilation of annual and quarterly reports, including graphs, charts and power point presentations as requested by the Executive Director.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Attend meetings and special events as well as serve on selected committees as requested by the Executive Director (will involve some evenings and weekends).
  2. Assist in developing short and long-term planning for the Institutional Advancement Office and stimulate development of funding proposals.
  3. Performing all other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Must be enthusiastic and energetic in performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
  2. Ability to handle numerous projects simultaneously.
  3. Develop a fundamental knowledge of trusts, donation options, fundraising terminology, etc.
  4. Computer literacy: word processing, database, or spreadsheet software. High degree of accuracy.
  5. Willingness to learn and serve as lead on proprietary software used by the department, i.e. Ellucian/Colleague/NextGen.
  6. Commitment to donor cultivation and stewardship.
  7. Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbally and deliver oral presentations and solicitations.
  8. Flexible to travel, plus work evenings and weekends when necessary.
  9. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  10. Demonstrates ability to utilize correct English, grammar, punctuation, and arithmetic.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting most of the time, exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, and pulling occasionally (10-33%). Walking, lifting, and grasping frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing, viewing various types of close visual work and repetitive motion constantly (67-100%). Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without employer sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associate Degree required. Bachelor’s Degree in business, sales, marketing, or communication preferred. 3-5 years of experience in institutional advancement, foundation development, fundraising and/or alumni relations desired. Evidence of creativity, self-directed initiative and enthusiasm.

SALARY:$20.17/hr.

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement plan.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 24, 2021.

Computer Support Technician

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position primarily in Estherville, Iowa but with multiple site duties. Under limited supervision, installs, modifies and makes minor repairs to computer hardware and software systems and provides technical assistance and training to system users. Responsible for assisting in the installation, operation and ongoing maintenance of college computer network systems, including working on ladders and in constricted spaces. Assists with phone system and help desk. Required to do limited duty some evenings and weekends for installation and maintenance of equipment.

Classification: Professional Support

Department: Technology

Report to: Technology Director

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Assist in the installation, operation and maintenance of college computer network systems on all campuses.
  2. Responsible for Apple computer labs maintenance.
  3. Installs, modifies and makes minor repairs of computer hardware and software systems including peripheral systems.
  4. Troubleshoot hardware and software problems for faculty and administrative offices; diagnose problems and perform minor repairs, maintenance, and adjustments to software and hardware.
  5. Report progress on projects on a regular basis to the Technology Director and keep an up-to-date chart of all service issues.
  6. Install and maintain audio/video technology; including but not limited to podiums, digital projectors, document cameras, classroom audio, DVD/VHS, video distribution equipment, digital signage displays, student center entertainment, and other educational technology (tablets, stylus pens, clickers, interactive whiteboards).

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Provide technical assistance, orientation and training to faculty and staff on hardware and software use.
  2. Consult with users to determine appropriate hardware and software needs and assist in placing order.
  3. Load software programs on networks and individual computer systems according to copyright restrictions and in accordance with manufacturer specifications.
  4. Repair defective or inadequate hardware systems or inadequate software programs.
  5. Establish and maintain a clean and safe working environment.
  6. Assist with establishing priorities on Help Desk tickets based on existing helpdesk and departmental guidelines and procedures.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Attend technical conferences and seminars to keep abreast of new software and hardware problems to appropriate service personnel or recommends a course of action to repair or replace.
  2. Refer major hardware problems to appropriate service personnel or recommend a course of action to repair or replace.
  3. Communicate with businesses and manufacturers for assistance in ordering equipment, materials and supplies, in diagnosing problems and making repairs.
  4. Assist with technology planning and implementation including researching hardware and software applications, classroom design, standards development and documentation.
  5. Other duties assigned by supervisor

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Represent the College in a positive manner to other employees, students, visitors and the general public.
  2. Must be enthusiastic and energetic in performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
  3. Ability to read and understand written and oral instructions or communications.
  4. Ability to efficiently perform tasks in an environment of frequent interruptions.
  5. Ability to assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise good judgment in making decisions and possess good organizational skills.
  6. Establish and maintain good working relations with colleagues and staff.
  7. Proficiency in Apple’s operating systems, Microsoft Windows, Active Directory and Microsoft Office software such as Word, Outlook, Excel, etc.
  8. Ability to train or orient computer system users to operations and applications of hardware and software systems.
  9. Familiarity with VoIP and Terminal Services
  10. Familiarity with virtual and remote desktop applications
  11. Familiarity with a variety of networking and personal computer software
  12. Ability to troubleshoot and perform routine maintenance on computers and peripheral equipment.
  13. Ability to work on a ladder at a height of up to 10 feet for cable installation.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Light to medium work. Position includes exerting up to 20 pounds of force frequently and up to 50 pounds of force occasionally. Requires constant (67-100%) stooping, walking, pushing, pulling, reaching, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motion, viewing computers and close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) standing and sitting. Occasional (10-33%) kneeling, crouching, crawling and climbing and balancing on a ladder or step ladder to a height of 10 ft. to pull cable and other related tasks. Potentially subject to electrical current and moving parts hazards as well as chemicals (cleaning solvents, printer ribbons, etc.) Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without employer sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: An Associate (2-year) Degree or substantial progress toward the degree in related area is required. Knowledge of and experience in Apple and personal computer maintenance and operations and/or network maintenance is required. MSCE certification preferred.

SALARY: $44,450

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation and holidays. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 24, 2021.

TRIO Upward Bound Advisor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time, grant funded, 260-day position on the Emmetsburg Campus. Responsibilities are to assist the Upward Bound Program Manager/Director in providing academic, career and postsecondary education advising and opportunities to grant program participants. The program’s intent is to prepare high school students for successful entry into a postsecondary educational program which will enable them to graduate from college. Evening and weekend work required. Position is contingent upon continued grant funding.

Classification: Professional Support

Department: TRIO Programs

Report to: TRIO Upward Bound Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Plan, develop, and implement recruitment strategies to achieve program participant numbers
  2. Maintain a caseload of students (approx. 40), assess student needs and develop a Student Success Plan
  3. Work with partner schools to recruit, identify and support participants
  4. Travel within the target area to meet with participants in partner schools.
  5. Carry out academic, career, financial literacy, and post-secondary education advising activities, assessments, and support services in accordance with project grant proposal.
  6. Assist with completion of applications for ACT testing, financial aid, scholarships, and entrance into college.
  7. Complete and maintain grant records as required.
  8. Meet regularly with students and parents/guardians for tracking, mentoring, monitoring and academic advising.
  9. Serve as a student advocate to ensure entrance into higher education programs.
  10. Cultivate and maintain positive rapport and working relationships with program staff, participants, and partner schools.
  11. Update and maintain Upward Bound Social media pages.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Meet with students through consistent contacts during the school day, at evening tutoring sessions, or Saturday activities.
  2. Advise student population to ensure persistence in Upward Bound program and completion of academic core curriculum.
  3. Supervise, monitor, and collect required paperwork, at academic tutoring sites
  4. Train instructors/tutors for the academic programming sites.
  5. Help plan, chaperone, and evaluate student activities, including academic workshops, award recognition events, parent/advisory group meetings, college campus visits, cultural enrichment activities, and Student Leadership Conference
  6. Help plan, administer, and evaluate the Academic Year and Summer Year Programming.
  7. Maintain timely and accurate records including contact logs in Student Access Database, student individual files, working files, and sign in sheets.
  8. Assist with program evaluation – administer, collect, and compile student evaluations from workshops, cultural events, and campus visits.
  9. Assure requirements of the Upward Bound grant are met.
  10. Maintain professional relationships with parents/guardians of participants.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Assist with monitoring student academic progress through completion of academic CORE curriculum.
  2. Assist with training and monitoring Academic Year and Summer Instructors, tutors, and counselors.
  3. Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Ability to utilize a personal computer for word processing, database tracking, and accessing software programs.
  2. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  3. Must be enthusiastic and energetic in performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
  4. Ability to utilize correct English, grammar, punctuation, and arithmetic.
  5. Ability to read and understand written/oral instructions or communication.
  6. Ability to efficiently perform tasks in an environment with frequent interruptions.
  7. Ability to assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems, and exercise good judgment when making decisions.
  8. Ability to effectively relate to participants of diverse, social, and economic backgrounds.
  9. Ability to establish good working relationships with local school personnel, human service agencies and other personnel of the College.
  10. Ability to meet with administrators, faculty, students, and parents to promote a positive image of Upward Bound.
  11. Must have strong experience working with TRIO-eligible students.
  12. Ability to organize and plan with the capability to work independently.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting most of the time, exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying, and repetitive motion occasionally (10-33%). Walking, lifting and grasping frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing, and viewing various types of close visual work constantly (67-100%). Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Some evening and weekend work required.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in education, counseling, psychology, or related area required. One year experience in teaching, counseling or related field preferred. TRIO experience or eligible background preferred. Teaching licensure and/or Master’s degree preferred.

SALARY: $38,000 for a 260-day contract, 12-month position

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 24, 2021.

Grant Writer

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position (260 days) located in the Administrative Offices of Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville. Primary responsibilities are to secure grants and contracts from external, public, and private sources to enhance and extend the educational and support services of the college.

Classification:  Professional Support B

Department: Planning and Development Office

Report to: Vice President of Administration

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Develop and submit, in cooperation with other College personnel, funding proposals which may be supervised by another administrative unit of the College or by the Office of Planning and Development.
  2. Identify grant and contract funding sources available from external organizations and individuals that will support the College’s mission, goals, and strategic plan.
  3. Provide leadership and technical assistance in the organization, development, and/or modification of funding proposals to faculty and staff.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Maintain and execute a College-wide program of awareness and support for College resource development needs, opportunities, and priorities.
  2. Author and/or assist in writing applications for other assigned projects (recognition, awards, accreditation, etc.).
  3. Provide technical assistance and support to personnel in project management, budget and project scope modification, ongoing project evaluation, project continuation reporting, and liaison activities with external funding agencies.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with College faculty, staff, and administrators and with community organizations, public and private agencies, and other professionals associated with the development and operation of grants and contracts.
  2. Act as project director for grant projects as assigned by immediate supervisor.
  3. Ensure that necessary records and documentation are maintained to document proposal progress.
  4. Participate in voluntary and assigned committees of the College.
  5. Travel, as required, to state, regional, and national meetings or conferences.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Thorough knowledge of and ability to apply correct English usage, grammar, punctuation, and arithmetic. Demonstrates eloquent writing and editing skills.
  2. Experience writing successful proposals to federal and private funding agencies. Competence in researching, authoring, and submitting grant proposals. Exhibit skills to research best practices, incorporate current processes, and implement proposals.
  3. Strong communications skills needed, ability to ask proper questions, listen to responses, and have the ability to accept/incorporate feedback.
  4. Ability to assume responsibility, to deal effectively with problems, and to exercise good judgment when making decisions.
  5. Represent the college in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the public.
  6. High energy level, self-directed, goal-oriented, highly organized, highly attentive to detail while possessing tact, diplomacy, and leadership.
  7. Ability to read and understand written and oral instruction or communication.
  8. Ability to work cooperatively as a team member, but also independently as needed.
  9. Ability to efficiently manage and perform multiple tasks in an environment with frequent interruptions.
  10. Computer literacy: understanding of and ability to utilize a personal computer and software, Microsoft Office, spreadsheets, and databases.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting most of the time; exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying occasionally (10-33%). Walking, lifting, and grasping frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing, viewing various types of close visual work, and repetitive motion constantly (67-100%). May be required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in related area required, Master’s Degree preferred.  Experience level that allows for establishment of an acceptable portfolio of superb writing examples required, preference given to experience/portfolios of completed grants or grant proposals. Experience in actually directing or administering grant and/or fundraising desired.

SALARY:$43,490 annually

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Employee health, dental and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring
  • Applicants selected for an interview will be required to submit a portfolio of writing examples and prefer those who submit written grant proposals for which they have played a major role in development

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 17, 2021.

College and Career Ready Counselor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position responsible for providing direct services to students, parents/families, and school staff across three districts and the college to support college preparation and post-secondary success.

Classification: Faculty

Department: High School Partnerships

Report to: Director of High School Partnerships

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Meet with students on an appointment schedule or on a walk-in basis as needed to effectively meet staff and student needs.
  2. Assist all students, individually or in groups, with developing academic, college, and career goals and plans.
  3. Collaborate with school counselors, administrators, and teachers to support academic success, career exploration, goal setting, leadership development, college planning, and campus visits for all students.
  4. Responsible for case management to include: tracking, proactive communications, follow-up with students, faculty, and other resources to increase student success.
  5. Work as a part of the college services team (admissions, advising, financial aid, student activities, housing, registration).
  6. Assist students with course selection, creation of academic plans, registration process and facilitating the transfer of students to four-year colleges/universities.
  7. Serve as a resource for school staff, students, parents/families, and community members.
  8. Support a smooth transition from 12th grade to post-secondary education for students and families.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Provide students with information regarding application, educational offerings, financial aid, assessment testing and course placement, and related district policies and processes.
  2. Connect students and families with community and higher education resources to support success in school and facilitate planning for post-secondary education.
  3. Establish and maintains confidential records of students.
  4. Collaborate with school staff to establish high expectations for all students and develop a rigorous/relevant curriculum to build the foundation needed for success in post-secondary education.
  5. Teach First-Year Experience courses, Freshman Seminars and direct workshops for students.
  6. Responsible for monitoring attendance, academic performance, college prep course selection, enrollment in AP and dual enrollment courses, credits needed for graduation, and progress towards goals of all students.
  7. Collect and analyze student data and confer with school and college staff to identify and refer students in need of more intensive academic support such as tutoring, extended learning, mentoring and counseling

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Participate in statewide counseling organizations.
  2. Serve on selected and volunteer committees.
  3. Conduct parent/family outreach and education (including home visits) activities to strengthen family/school partnerships and facilitate college selection and financial planning.
  4. Submit required reports and documentation as requested.
  5. Assist with summer programs, college orientation sessions, and other recruitment or enrollment events.
  6. Participates in professional development, as directed by the community college.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Ability to access, input and retrieve information from a computer for word processing, data base information, and the student information system.
  2. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  3. Understanding of the community college missions, and a proven dedication to its students.
  4. Must be accessible, enthusiastic and energetic in performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
  5. Ability to express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written documentation and work well on a team.
  6. Ability to read and understand written and oral instruction or communication.
  7. Ability to efficiently perform tasks independently and in an environment of frequent interruptions.
  8. Ability to assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems and exercise good judgment when making decisions.
  9. Demonstrated focus on student success.
  10. Ability to establish outstanding rapport with students and staff.
  11. Must maintain a flexible work schedule.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting most of the time; exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying and repetitive motion occasionally (10-33%). Walking, lifting, and grasping frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing, and viewing various types of close visual work constantly (67-100%). Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Master’s Degree in School Counseling or related program leading to Iowa licensure as a School Counselor (Professional Service License or School Counselor Endorsement) required. Experience in secondary and/or post-secondary education settings. Experience in programs serving low-income, minority, and ELL students and families.

SALARY: Commensurate with education and related experience for a 190-day contract.

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 10, 2021.

English/Speech Instructor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time faculty position shared between the Emmetsburg and Spencer Campuses. Instructor is responsible for teaching classes as defined by the College which includes classes taught face to face or over other virtual modalities. Must evaluate and report student performances and progress in courses in accordance with College and division policies and procedures. Will require travel between campuses.

POTENTIAL COURSES TO BE TAUGHT*

  1. Speech
  2. Fundamentals of Oral Communication
  3. English Composition 1 & 2
  4. Interpersonal Communications
  5. Workplace Communications
  6. Technical Communication

*This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of classes to be taught.  Instructors may be assigned other classes.

Classification: Faculty
Department: Arts & Sciences
Report to:  Campus Executive Dean

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Effectively organize, teach and evaluate student performance and progress in assigned course offerings in accordance with established syllabi. Assignments may include various delivery formats, methods, work schedules and locations.
  2. Assess student learning to evaluate, report and record student performance and progress in accordance with College and division guidelines.
  3. Maintain current course syllabi and provide student guides for all courses taught.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Maintain established office hours.
  2. Serve as academic advisor to students and make referrals, when deemed necessary, to other College personnel, such as Campus Dean, Counselor, Financial Aid, etc. for more specialized information and assistance.
  3. Attend and serve on assigned and voluntary program and College committees.
  4. Assist in the development of new courses and revisions of existing courses in discipline area.
  5. Assist in the marketing of college programs and admission of students, including recruitment and orientation of students.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Regularly engage in professional development activities and keep current with developing trends and ideas in profession.
  2. Assist in the process of requesting and maintaining instructional equipment and supplies for classroom use.
  3. Assist the supervisor in budgeting process.
  4. Assist in the maintenance and enhancement of communications within the College and community.
  5. Travel between the campuses to instruct assigned courses as needed.
  6. Encourage and foster student participation in professional organizations, College activities and community activities.
  7. May be required to serve as a student club sponsor.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Represent the College in the most positive manner with prospective, former, and current students, staff and the community.
  2. Ability to organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly.
  3. Present oneself in a classroom setting in a manner that is acceptable and consistent with program and College guidelines, policies, and practices.
  4. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
  5. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and other contacts.
  6. Read, understand and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written communications.
  7. Possess strong human relations skills and the ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities.
  8. Be a creative, energetic and self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and organization skills.
  9. Possess a working knowledge of personal computers and educational media equipment.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting or standing most of the time in office or classroom/laboratory settings. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. May be required to travel between sites utilizing personal vehicle.  Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without employer sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Master’s Degree in Communications from a regionally accredited institution or a Master’s Degree in Speech or English with at least 18 graduate hours in the other discipline, in addition to, or within the degree.  Prior teaching experience at the College level preferred.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education for a 169-day contract

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave and personal leave. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement plan.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 4, 2021.

Digital Marketing, Social Media & Web Coordinator

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position located on the Emmetsburg Campus. Primary responsibilities are to develop, implement, and manage marketing campaigns that promote Iowa Lakes Community College, under the direction of the Executive Director of Marketing. This position plays a key role in enhancing brand awareness within the digital space as well as driving website traffic and acquiring prospective students. Additionally, this position is responsible for reviewing, updating, and maintaining the Iowa Lakes Community College website.

Classification: Professional Support B
Department: Marketing
Report to:  Executive Director of Marketing

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Implement strategic marketing plans for all web, SEO/SEM, social media, display advertising, email, and marketing automated campaigns.
  2. Plan, monitor, and maintain social media presence including writing digital and social content (social media posts, email, website).
  3. Measure and report performance of all digital marketing campaigns as aligned with marketing goals.
  4. Identify trends and insights, while optimizing spend and performance, based on the insights identified.
  5. Brainstorm new and creative growth strategies through digital marketing, including marketing automation and social media campaigns.
  6. Execute and measure experiments and conversion tests.
  7. Responsible for assisting with the collection, distribution, and tracking of lead generation, with or without the use of a Customer Relationship Management system.
  8. Collaborate with other members of the marketing team for creative development of social and digital campaigns.
  9. Create unique landing pages to optimize user experience.
  10. Responsible for mainlining and updating the college website including all writing new content and proof-reading existing content.
  11. Collaborate across all departments to ensure the website is accurate and content is current.
  12. Establish and maintain relationships with all marketing contacts internally and externally, with a sincere commitment to customer service.
  13. Proven ability to manage a variety of tasks, under tight deadlines.
  14. Maintain comprehensive project documentation through the established project management system. Plan various assessment and compliance committee meetings, develop agendas, take minutes and publish/disseminate minutes/reports in a timely manner.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Implement admissions communication and develop workflows within the customer service relationship management system (CRM).
  2. Create and manage marketing lists using internal database and CRM.
  3. Assist with the development, scheduling, and distribution of direct mail campaigns.
  4. Regularly assess the effectiveness of marketing automated campaigns through the evaluation of campaign analytics.
  5. Responsible for understanding general admissions recruiting, marketing, and operations processes.
  6. Troubleshoot related issues as the arise.
  7. Willingness to work varied/additional hours as needed (evenings and weekends are possible).

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Assist with and work at fairs, career days, and any other events as needed.
  2. Ability to learn and operate multiple types of printing equipment, as needed.
  3. Recruit and retain “order/sales” for Iowa Lakes Printing Services.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Represent the college positively and professionally to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  2. Must be enthusiastic and energetic in the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
  3. Ability to think creatively and innovatively.
  4. Must be able to read, understand and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written communication.
  5. Ability to work independently.
  6. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, Mail Chimp, Customer Relationship Management software, WordPress, and to use an Apple or PC.
  7. Proficient using Microsoft Office products.
  8. Knowledge and understanding of traditional and digital marketing platforms, general marketing principles and practices.
  9. Good writing skills including ability to apply correct English usage, punctuation, and grammar.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting much of the time, exerting up to 30 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying, walking, lifting, grasping, and repetitive motion frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing, and viewing various types of close visual work constantly (67-100%). Individual must have reliable color vision. May be required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record, and provide proof of insurance.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associates Degree with one to four years of relevant experience required with demonstrated success in a digital marketing or marketing roll; Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, Marketing Automation, CRM programs such as Sales Force, Oracle, or HubSpot, project management tools, tactics, and systems, social and digital advertising via Facebook, Instagram, Linked-In, etc., web development with WordPress desired.

SALARY: $20.15 per hour

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement plan.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin April 26, 2021.

Assessment & Compliance Coordinator

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position located in the administrative offices of Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville. Primary responsibilities are to coordinate the college’s assessment initiatives in partnership with other college personnel in the areas of student learning and non-academic assessment projects. Additionally, this position will co-coordinate compliance initiatives as assigned, as well as author these reports for various agencies as assigned. Position requires someone with exceptional ability to meet and interact positively with College staff and community members.

Classification: Professional Support B

Department: Planning and Development

Report to:  Vice President of Administration/Chief Academic Officer

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Coordinate and assist with activities of the Planning and Development Office with other appropriate entities of the college and community on various activities as assigned.
  2. Coordinate the college’s assessment initiatives.
  3. Co-coordinate compliance initiatives.
  4. Plan various assessment and compliance committee meetings, develop agendas, take minutes and publish/disseminate minutes/reports in a timely manner.
  5. Organize and serve as the recorder for the Assessment of Student Learning and Program Review Committee, Academic Council, Academic Policies & Standards, and Technology/Equipment Funding Committee.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Maintain and monitor assessment budgets and prepare purchase orders as needed.
  2. Assist other Planning and Development staff in preparing, analyzing, and disseminating various reports related to grants, planning, outcomes assessment, accreditation, and institutional effectiveness activities.
  3. Manage databases for assessment, institutional effectiveness, and compliance requirements to facilitate required reports and surveys as needed.
  4. Assist other Planning and Development staff in grants proposal development, with special attention for proposal page layout, word processing and proof-reading.
  5. Monitor assessment projects and maintain database as assigned.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Assist other Planning and Development staff with the design, publication, and dissemination of information.
  2. Plan/assist in planning professional development opportunities as assigned.
  3. Serve on assigned and voluntary committees of the college.
  4. Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

    1. Computer literacy: understanding of and ability to utilize a personal computer and software programs, especially Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat Professional, SharePoint, Teams, Ellucian, and Canvas.
    2. Knowledge of assessment of student learning, both academically and non-academic applications.
    3. Knowledge of the various high education compliance requirements, including accreditation.
    4. Ability to independently interpret data and create detailed reports, documents, and communications.
    5. Represent the college in a positive manner to other employees, students, and stakeholders.
    6. Ability to plan, offer, lead, and present professional development activities as it relates to the position.
    7. Thorough knowledge of and ability to apply correct English usage, grammar, punctuation, and arithmetic.
    8. Exercise self-initiative in conducting the business of the position with limited supervision.
    9. Ability to read and understand written and oral instruction or communication.
    10. Ability to efficiently manage and perform multiple tasks in an environment with frequent interruptions.
    11. Ability to assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems and exercise good judgment when making decisions.
    12. Ability to coordinate meetings/programming as assigned and keep accurate records.
    13. Excellent oral and written communication skills, with a high degree of accuracy and excellent attention to detail.
    14. Ability to effectively work independently and cooperatively in a team and perform multiple tasks in an environment of frequent interruptions.
    15. Excellent decision making and organizational skills.
    16. Understanding of current issues in assessment of student learning, academic program assessment, accreditation, and trends in higher education.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting much of the time, exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying occasionally (10-33%). Walking, lifting, and grasping frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing, viewing various types of close visual work, and repetitive motion constantly (67-100%). May be required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record, and provide proof of insurance.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred. Three or more years’ experience in higher education, preferably within academics, assessment, teaching experience, and/or closely related areas desired. Experience using a Learning Management System (LMS) Canvas, would be preferred.

SALARY:$20.15 per hour

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement plan.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin April 19, 2021.

Math Instructor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time faculty position primarily at the Estherville Campus. Instructor is responsible for teaching classes as defined by the College which includes classes taught face to face or over other virtual modalities. May include travel to other campuses. Must evaluate and report student performances and progress in courses in accordance with College and division policies and procedures.

POTENTIAL COURSES TO BE TAUGHT*

Math

  1. Technical Math
  2. Math for Liberal Arts
  3.  Finite Math
  4. College Algebra and Trigonometry
  5. Statistics
  6. Math Strategies/Developmental Math

*This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of classes to be taught. Instructors may be assigned other classes.

CLASSIFICATION: Faculty
DEPARTMENT: Arts & Sciences
REPORT TO: Campus Executive Dean

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Effectively organize, teach, and evaluate student performance and progress in assigned course offerings in accordance with established syllabi. Assignments may include various delivery formats, methods, work schedules and locations.
  2. Assess student learning to evaluate, report and record student performance and progress according to College and division guidelines.
  3. Maintain current course syllabi and provide student guides for all courses taught.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Maintain established office hours.
  2. Serve as academic advisor to students and make referrals, when deemed necessary, to other College personnel, such as the Registrar, Counselor, Financial Aid, etc. for more specialized information and assistance.
  3. Attend and serve on assigned and voluntary program and College committees.
  4. Assist in the development of new courses and revisions of existing courses in discipline area.
  5. Assist in the Marketing of College programs and admission of students, including recruitment and orientation of students.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Regularly engage in professional development activities and keep current with developing trends and ideas in profession.
  2. Assist in the process of requesting and maintaining instructional equipment and supplies for classroom use.
  3. Assist the supervisor in budgeting process.
  4. Assist in the maintenance and enhancement of communications within the College and community.
  5. Travel between the campuses to instruct assigned courses as needed.
  6. Encourage and foster student participation in professional organizations, College activities and community activities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Represent the College in the most positive manner with prospective, former, and current students, staff, and the community.
  2. Ability to organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly.
  3. Present oneself in a classroom setting in a manner that is acceptable and consistent with program and College guidelines, policies, and practices.
  4. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
  5. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and other contacts.
  6. Read, understand and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written communications.
  7. Possess strong human relations skills and the ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities.
  8. Be a creative, energetic and self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and organization skills.
  9. Possess a working knowledge of personal computers and educational media equipment.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Position involves sitting or standing most of the time in an office or classroom/laboratory setting. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. May be required to travel between sites utilizing personal vehicle.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all–inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate credits in Math. Prior teaching experience at the postsecondary level preferred.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education for a 169-day contract.

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick and personal leave. Employee health, dental, and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Beginning date - Fall Term 2021. Review of applications will begin April 26, 2021.

Art Instructor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time faculty position primarily at the Estherville Campus. Instructor is responsible for teaching classes as defined by the College which includes classes taught face to face or over other virtual modalities. May include travel to other campuses. Must evaluate and report student performances and progress in courses in accordance with College and division policies and procedures.

POTENTIAL COURSES TO BE TAUGHT*

  1. Art Appreciation
  2. Drawing I & II
  3. Ceramics
  4. 2D Design

*This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of classes to be taught. Instructors may be assigned other classes.

CLASSIFICATION: Faculty
DEPARTMENT: Arts & Sciences
REPORT TO: Campus Executive Dean

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Effectively organize and teach in contracted courses in accordance with established syllabi. Assignments may include various delivery formats, methods, work schedules and locations.
  2. Assess student learning to evaluate, report and record student performance and progress in accordance with College and division guidelines.
  3. Maintain current course syllabi and provide student guides for all courses taught.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Maintain established office hours.
  2. Be available for student consultation and make referrals, when deemed necessary, to other College personnel, such as Campus Dean, Counselor, Financial Aid, etc. for more specialized information and assistance.
  3. Attend and serve on assigned and voluntary program and College committees.
  4. Assist in the development of new courses and revisions of existing courses in discipline area.
  5. Assist in the Marketing of College programs and admission of students, including recruitment and orientation of students.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Regularly engage in professional development activities and keep current with developing trends and ideas in profession.
  2. Assist in the process of requesting and maintaining instructional equipment and supplies for classroom use.
  3. Assist the supervisor in budgeting process.
  4. Assist in the maintenance and enhancement of communications within the College and community.
  5. Travel between the campuses to instruct assigned courses as needed.
  6. Encourage and foster student participation in professional organizations, College activities and community activities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Represent the College in the most positive manner with prospective, former, and current students, staff, and the community.
  2. Ability to organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly.
  3. Present oneself in a classroom setting in a manner that is acceptable and consistent with program and College guidelines, policies, and practices.
  4. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
  5. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and other contacts.
  6. Read, understand and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written communications.
  7. Possess strong human relations skills and the ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities.
  8. Be a creative, energetic and self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and organization skills.
  9. Possess a working knowledge of personal computers and educational media equipment.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Sedentary to light work. Position involves sitting most of the time in office or classroom/laboratory settings. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. May be required to travel between sites utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant must have a Master’s Degree in Art or a Master’s Degree in another discipline and at least 18 graduate credits in Art.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education for a 169-day contract.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin April 16, 2021.

Nursing Instructor
  • GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position which may include days/evenings/weekend hours. Primary responsibilities are to deliver classroom instruction and provide clinical supervision for nursing students. 

CLASSIFICATION: Faculty
DEPARTMENT: Nursing
REPORT TO: Director of Nursing and Health Education

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Effectively organize and teach assigned course work in classrooms and clinical settings in accordance with established or developed syllabi. Assignments may include various delivery formats, methods, work schedules and locations. This may include evening and/or weekend class/clinical assignments.
  2. Instruct, supervise and evaluate students in the clinical area as assigned.
  3. Assist with setting up, coordinating and instructing/testing in classroom labs.
  4. Evaluate, report and record student performance and progress according to College and nursing program guidelines.
  5. Maintain current course syllabi and provide student guide for all courses taught.
  6. Monitor student files for properly completed physical exam forms, immunizations, completion of CPR training, and all other necessary documentation and prerequisites.
  7. Maintain established office hours.
  8. Promote and support communications within the Nursing Program, College and community.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Serve as academic advisor to students in all areas of the nursing program and make referrals when necessary to other College personnel, such as the Executive Dean, Counselor, Financial Aid, etc. for more specialized information and assistance.
  2. Coordinate and supervise observational and preceptor experiences. 
  3. Facilitate the entry of new nursing students and assist with student orientation.
  4. Communicate student progress to Director of Nursing and Education. 
  5. Participate in Success Planning and due process committee. 
  6. Record and report student attendance and grades according to College policy.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Regularly engage in professional development activities and keep current with developing trends and ideas in profession.
  2. Assist in the process of requesting and maintaining instructional equipment and supplies for classroom/laboratory use.
  3. Attend and serve on assigned and voluntary program and College committees.
  4. Encourage and foster student participation in professional organizations.
  5. Assist in the development of new courses and revisions of existing courses within the nursing program.
  6. May be required to serve as advisor for the student club.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Represent the College in the most positive manner with prospective, former and current students, staff and the community.
  2. Ability to organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly.
  3. Present oneself in a classroom setting in a manner that is acceptable and consistent with program and College guidelines, policies, and practices.
  4. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
  5. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators, and other contacts.
  6. Read, understand and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written form.
  7. Possess strong human relations skills and ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities.
  8. Be a creative, energetic, and self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and organizational skills.
  9. Possess a working knowledge of personal computers and educational media equipment.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Position involves sitting or standing most of the time in a classroom/laboratory setting. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, manual dexterity, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive, motion and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying and perceiving attributes of objects such as size, shape, temperature, texture by touching with skin, particularly in fingertips. Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Required to travel between facilities utilizing personal vehicle. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

  • May potentially be subject to bio-hazardous waste, hazardous chemicals, fumes and odors.
  • Persons must satisfy OSHA requirements for Bloodborne Pathogens training or complete the College’s programs.
  • Comply with Iowa Administration Code Rules (59.12 (3)) regarding health exam and tuberculin test.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree in Nursing preferred. Bachelor’s Degree with significant progress towards Master’s required. (Either Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree must have a major in Nursing.) Three years nursing experience is required. Prior teaching experience desired. Must be currently licensed as a registered nurse in Iowa. (Individuals are currently licensed when licensed in another state and recognized for licensure in Iowa, pursuant to the nurse licensure compact contained in Iowa Code Section 152E.1)

SALARY: Commensurate with education and related experience for a 196-day contract.

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave and personal leave. Employee health, dental and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Employee retirement plan.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Position open until filled; review of applications will begin April 16, 2021.

Continuing Education Energy Instructor

Continuing Education Energy Instructor

FULL-TIME

Job Details

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position in the Continuing Education Department of Iowa Lakes Community College, located at the Sustainable Energy Resource & Technology Center, Estherville Campus. Primary duties are to schedule and teach Global Wind Organization (Working at Heights) Certification programs and other related certification courses. The successful candidate must be highly motivated and work with minimal supervision. In addition, this position may require some evening and weekend hours, and occasional overnight travel.

CLASSIFICATION: Professional Support B
DEPARTMENT: Continuing Education
REPORT TO: Community & Business Relations Energy Programmer

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Instruct GWO and other related, existing courses.
  2. Maintain appropriate records for students and other agencies.
  3. Assist with marketing training opportunities directly to companies and secure registrations.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Perform routine maintenance for program equipment.
  2. Utilize existing curriculum.
  3. Issue certificates of completion and other documents as necessary to document training.
  4. Maintain ongoing communications with other areas of continuing education to ensure efficient coordination of similar training.
  5. Explore other seminar, short-term training opportunities for professionals in the Energy Sector.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Attend and participate in Sector Board meetings.
  2. Attend industry-related conferences for professional development and business recruitment.
  3. Provide instructor orientation to Continuing Education registration software.
  4. Participate on assigned and voluntary community, college, and state committees.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Assume responsibility and deal effectively with the Global Wind Organization in all levels of training.
  2. Coordinate specialized training in Energy sector.
  3. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  4. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgement when making decisions.
  5. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, staff, administrators and other contacts.
  6. Communicate clearly and effectively in oral and written communication.
  7. Possess strong human relation skills and the ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities.
  8. Be a creative, energetic and self-motivated individual with leadership and organization skills.
  9. Have a working knowledge of personal computer and educational media equipment.
  10. Make public presentations that are effective and well received and consult students and consumers on educational regulations and standards.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Position involves sitting or standing most of the time; exerting up to 100 pounds of force, stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying occasionally (10-33%). Reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, repetitive motion and exerting up to 20 pounds of force frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing and viewing various types of close visual work constantly (67-100%). Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associate’s Degree in Wind Energy, Electrical Technology or related field or minimum of three years’ experience in the energy sector required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Instructional experience is beneficial.

SALARY: $40,248

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid medical leave, vacation and holidays. Employee health, dental and vision insurance. Partially funded family insurance available. Employee life and disability insurance. Retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin immediately.

part-time positions

Clinical Nurse Instructor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: On a part-time basis in assigned area hospitals and other health care institutions, supervise, instruct and evaluate students in a Medical/Surgical, Obstetrics, and Nursing Home lab/clinical setting. Clinical rotation may be days, evenings and/or weekends depending on availability of clinical sites.

Classification: Unclassified

Department: Nursing

Report to: Director of Nursing and Education/Nursing Coordinator

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Supervise, demonstrate and teach student nurses in a clinical setting according to established nursing standards. Assignments may include various delivery formats, methods, work schedules, and locations.
  2. Evaluate, report and record student performance and progress according to College and nursing program guidelines

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Monitor student progress and performance and make referrals when deemed necessary to other College personnel, such as the Director of Nursing and Health Careers, other instructors, counselors, Financial Aid, etc. for more specialized information and assistance.
  2. Orient students to clinical sites.
  3. Conduct pre- and post-conferences.
  4. Attend and serve on assigned committees of the Nursing Program and the College.
  5. Be available to advise and assist students at periods of time designated by the supervisor.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Regularly engage in professional development activities to maintain currency in occupational area.
  2. Assist in the process of requisitioning and maintaining materials and supplies needed in the clinical classrooms.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Represent the College in a positive manner with prospective, former and current students, staff and the community.
  2. Ability to organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly.
  3. Present oneself in the clinical setting in a manner that is acceptable and consistent with program and College guidelines, policies, and practices.
  4. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise sound judgment when making decisions.
  5. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators, and other contacts.
  6. Read, understand and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written form.
  7. Possess strong human relations skills and ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities.
  8. Be a creative, energetic, and self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and organizational skills.
  9. Possess a working knowledge of personal computers and educational media equipment.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Position involves sitting or standing most of the time in a classroom/laboratory setting. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, manual dexterity, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive, motion and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying and perceiving attributes of objects such as size, shape, temperature, texture by touching with skin, particularly in fingertips. Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. Required to travel between facilities utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

  • May potentially be subject to bio-hazardous waste, hazardous chemicals, fumes and odors.
  • Persons must satisfy OSHA requirements for Bloodborne Pathogens training or complete the College’s programs.
  • Comply with Iowa Administration Code Rules (59.12 (3)) regarding health exam and tuberculin test.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: BSN or sustained progress toward BSN required. Two years clinical experience required. Prior teaching experience preferred. Must be currently licensed as a registered nurse in Iowa. (Individuals are currently licensed when licensed in another state and recognized for licensure in Iowa, pursuant to the nurse licensure compact contained in Iowa Code Section 152E.1)

SALARY:$30-$31/hour Depending on Education

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Custodial/Maintenance Worker Emmetsburg

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This will be a 27.5 hour/week position, afternoon/evening position, located on the Emmetsburg Campus. Primary duties are to perform routine custodial duties including sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and cleaning walls, floors, carpets, equipment, chalkboards/whiteboards, etc. Responsible for grounds pick-up, lawn care and snow removal. Work with cleaning equipment, expendable cleaning supplies. Job duties may be performed at all campuses and in all buildings or facilities. Some holiday, evening and weekend work required. This is an “essential” personnel position and will require the employee to work during periods of adverse weather.

Classification: Classified

Department: Buildings & Grounds

Report to: Buildings & Grounds Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Performs daily custodial duties in an assigned area, such as: mop floor, shampoo and vacuum carpets, wipe chalkboards/whiteboards, clean bathrooms, empty waste baskets, replenish expendable supplies, change light bulbs, clean walls, wash windows, etc.
  2. Monitor for and report needed repairs or maintenance needs to supervisor and perform minor maintenance.
  3. Act as security personnel by monitoring unusual activities or personnel and reporting same.
  4. Work collaboratively with others to accomplish assigned tasks.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Lock and unlock facilities as directed by supervisor or according to building schedule.
  2. Move materials, furniture and equipment between classrooms or buildings. Set up rooms for various activities.
  3. Operate snow removal and lawn care equipment and machines.
  4. Provide guidance to work study students and any other program participants.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Remove ice or snow from sidewalks or driveways.
  2. Mow lawns or otherwise assist with lawn or shrubbery care.
  3. Make minor electrical and plumbing repairs.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Represent the College in a positive manner to other employees, students, visitors, and the community.
  2. Self-starter with the ability to work independently.
  3. Ability to perform medium lifting and repetitious physical activity.
  4. Knowledge of use of common cleaning implements, such as mops and brooms.
  5. Knowledge of and ability to safely operate common cleaning equipment, such as vacuum cleaners, wet vacs, shampoo machines, and other standard cleaning equipment.
  6. Knowledge of and ability to use common cleaning solutions such as floor wax, furniture wax, detergents, etc.
  7. Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
  8. Knowledge of and ability to operate lawn mowers and snow removal equipment.
  9. Ability to use common hand tools: hammers, saws, wrenches, etc.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Light to medium work. Position requires exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally; up to 20 pounds frequently, and up to 10 pounds constantly to lift or move objects. Must be able to perform routine stooping, bending, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, and repetitive motions continually. Occasional kneeling and crawling.

May be subject to bio-hazardous waste, chemicals, moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding and ladders, atmospheric conditions that may affect the respiratory system or the skin; fumes, odors, dust, mists, gasses or poor ventilation, noise, and vibrators.

Must complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training because of potential exposure to blood or body fluids while performing cleaning duties. Will be required to attend all safety meetings, CPR training and other work-related training. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. May be required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or willingness to obtain equivalency required. Experience as a custodian or housekeeper preferred.

SALARY:$14.00/hour plus $.35/hour differential after 5:00 p.m.

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Employee retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 24, 2021.

Lifeguard

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a part-time position with a varying work schedule located on the Emmetsburg Campus in the Arthur and Audrey Smith Wellness Center/Library Complex.

Classification: Unclassified
Department: Wellness Center
Report to:  Wellness Center Director

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Supervise swimming activities at the Smith Wellness Center and ensure that policies, guidelines, and safety procedures are followed.
  2. Warn swimmers of improper activities or danger and enforce pool regulations and water safety policies.
  3. Administer first aid in the event of injury, rescue swimmers in distress or danger of drowning, and administer CPR and/or artificial respiration, if necessary.
  4. Evaluate conditions for safety and initiate aquatics emergency action plan as required.
  5. Inspect pool facilities, equipment, and water to ensure they are safe and usable.
  6. Supervise and assist in cleaning the pool and related facilities and equipment.
  7. Assist with chlorine residual water testing, records, and charts of water tests.
  8. Record patron pool accidents.
  9. Instruct or assist classes in fundamentals of swimming as needed.
  10. Resolve scheduling conflicts to ensure safe pool environment when competing programs/priorities require use of aquatic facilities.
  11. Follow proper dress code for lifeguard position at the Smith Wellness Center.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Knowledge and ability to evaluate water conditions at aquatics facilities and determine any potential dangers or hazards.
  2. Ability to adjust programs as necessary to ensure the safety of the visitors and other staff.
  3. Swimming proficiency.
  4. Ability to judge and evaluate evolving dynamics of individuals participating in aquatic activities to immediately assess their capabilities and threats to their safety.
  5. Knowledge of on-site protocols, operational procedures, and safety policies.
  6. Knowledge of methods and techniques for providing on-site emergency medical services.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: This position will consist primarily of walking and standing in the pool area and sitting at a desk. Lifting requirements are of a medium nature, exert 20-50 pounds of force frequently (34-66%) and lesser force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying and repetitive motion frequently. Talking, hearing, and viewing various types of close visual work constantly (67-100%). Exposure to chemicals to treat pool and work in a damp or wet working environment. Completion of bloodborne pathogens training is required.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 15 years old. Must have the following current certifications: American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Certificate, American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and American Red Cross Standard First Aid.

SALARY: $9.00 per hour

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)

Review of applications will begin May 17, 2021.

Adult Education & Literacy Non-credit, English as a Second Language Instructor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a part-time position, up to 20 hours per week maximum, based on the Estherville Campus of Iowa Lakes Community College. Primary responsibilities include teaching non-credit Adult Education & Literacy, High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED), and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for multiple levels of proficiency students in the areas of speaking, listening, and writing English with additional instruction in civics, employability skills, as well as financial, digital, and critical thinking literacy. Day and evening hours, possibly Saturdays, and travel within the college’s service area will be required. Position is contingent on continued grant funding.

CLASSIFICATION: Professional Support B
DEPARTMENT: Community & Business Relations
REPORT TO: Adult Education & Literacy Programmer

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Receive telephone calls; greet visitors and students, and direct inquiries accordingly.
  2. Perform secretarial duties using a computer to enter and retrieve information, prepare correspondence and maintain basic databases.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Administer relevant pre- and post- assessment testing.
  2. Maintain and update documentation – such as staff development, certifications, and instructional hours – required by the college and governmental organizations.
  3. Evaluate Adult Education & Literacy (AEL) curriculum materials and classroom delivery methods and improve and update as needed.
  4. Implement and instruct curriculum for Integrated English Literacy/Civics Education (IELCE) or Integrated Employment and Training (IET) programs. 
  5. Align curriculum and writing lesson plans incorporating College & Career Readiness Standards.
  6. Recruit, assess and provide tutoring assistance for students as needed.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Provide support to Success Center staff with AEL testing.
  2. Order program supplies and materials as needed.
  3. Attend Adult Education & Literacy meetings.
  4. Serve as member of appropriate committees.
  5. Attend professional development trainings and conferences and keep current with developing trends in developmental education.
  6. Complete and submit quarterly reports of academic activities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Ability to teach coursework necessary to improve speaking, listening, and writing skills. Writing skills require background in Writing, English, and/or ELL instruction.
  2. Ability to effectively communicate and manage students and activities.
  3. Ability to assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise good judgment when making decisions.
  4. Ability to interact effectively with students and college personnel to promote student success.
  5. Ability to efficiently perform tasks in an environment of frequent interruptions.
  6. Thorough knowledge of technology and office procedures as well as correct oral and written communication skills.
  7. Enthusiastic and energetic in job performance; maintain high standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity in assigned duties and responsibilities.
  8. Represent the college in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  9. Ability to work with academically under-prepared students.
  10. Ability to work with minimal supervision.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Position involves sitting or standing most of the time in an office or classroom/laboratory setting.  Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally. Will be required to travel within community college service area utilizing personal vehicle. Some statewide or regional travel may be required.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required. Teaching experience preferred, proficiency in Mathematics preferred. ESL background preferred. Fluency in multiple languages preferred.

SALARY: $20.25/hr.

FRINGE BENEFITS: Paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Retirement package.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of college transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin May 10, 2021.

On-Call Campus Store Clerk

On- Call Campus Store Clerk 

PART-TIME

Job Details

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a part-time, on-call/substitute position located at either the Emmetsburg or Estherville Campus. Position is primarily to substitute for regular employees on leave and for additional help during busy registration periods. Hours are irregular. Primary duties include secretarial, clerical and customer service. A sincere commitment to customer service is a necessity.

CLASSIFICATION: Classified
DEPARTMENT: Campus Store
REPORT TO: Campus Store Coordinator

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% OF TIME)
Constant (67-100%)

  1. Assist in various general office duties in the Campus Store.
  2. Perform secretarial and clerical tasks of word processing, filing, etc.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Monitor bookstore vouchers for student purchases.
  2. Assist students with textbook purchases and special orders.
  3. Charge student accounts for financial aid vouchers.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Balance cash registers and input into software system when necessary.
  2. Verify accuracy of shelf/retail prices.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Must be enthusiastic and energetic in performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
  2. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  3. Thorough knowledge of office procedures, telephone techniques and office equipment, as well as, correct English usage, grammar, punctuation and arithmetic.
  4. Ability to read and understand written and oral instructions or communication.
  5. Ability to efficiently perform tasks in an environment with frequent interruptions.
  6. Ability to assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems and exercise good judgment when making decisions.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Medium work. Position involves sitting and standing; exerting up to 50 pounds of force frequently (34-66%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, and carrying, occasionally (10-33%). Walking, lifting, and grasping frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing, viewing various types of close visual work, and repetitive motion, constantly (67-100%). May be required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalency required. Good computer skills in word processing and spreadsheets required.

SALARY: $11.60/hour

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin immediately.

On-Call Cook/Servers

On-Call Cook/Servers

PART-TIME

Job Details

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is an evening part-time, on-call position located at either the Emmetsburg and Estherville Campus. Primary responsibilities are to cook, plan, prepare and help serve meals for students, staff and special events with occasional evenings and weekends. A sincere commitment to customer service is necessary.

CLASSIFICATION: Unclassified
DEPARTMENT: Dining Services
REPORT TO: Dining Services Coordinator

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% OF TIME)
Constant (67-100%)

  1. Plan, prepare and cook for students, staff and special events in a safe, sanitary, enjoyable manner.
  2. Knowledge of measurement equivalents. Able to follow recipes for quantity cooking. Able to utilize ovens, fryers, roasters, grills, stoves, cutting utensils, grinders, mixers, blenders, etc.
  3. Read menu to estimate food requirements for meals and ensure sufficient quantities are available.
  4. Serve high quality and nutritious meals.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Ensure that tasks are completed in a safe and sanitary manner.
  2. Clean cooking utensils, scrub floors, clean equipment or wash dishes and pans.
  3. Serve food in cafeteria line as needed.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Report equipment maintenance needs to supervisor.
  2. Run cash register as needed.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Be willing and able to represent the College in the most positive manner with students, staff and the public.
  2. Must be an enthusiastic and energetic individual with the ability to meet and deal effectively and courteously with students, staff and the public.
  3. Ability to assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems and exercise good judgment.
  4. Ability to read and understand written and oral instructions and to verbally issue directions.
  5. Ability to coordinate other workers in a positive and effective manner.
  6. Ability to use common tools/equipment in food service area: stoves, refrigerators, freezers, grills, blenders, mixers, food preparation utensils, cash register, and other common items.
  7. Familiarity with sanitation and safety procedures common to food service areas and ability to implement same.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Light to medium work exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally. Position involves standing most of the time but also includes: stooping, reaching, handling, talking, hearing, testing, smelling, pushing, pulling, carrying and repetitive motion frequently; and balancing, climbing, feeling fingering occasionally. Subject to cleaning detergents, odor and fumes and inside conditions of heat and humidity. May be required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. 

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalency required. Quantity cooking experience preferred.

SALARY: $12.40/hour

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Graduate Assistants, Seasonal or Temporary Positions

Women’s Soccer / Housing Graduate Assistant

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This position will assist the Head Women’s Soccer Coach and Housing Department with day to day operations, working 27.5 hours a week. Position located on Spencer Campus. Applicant must be expected to enroll in a Master’s Degree Program at their own expense.

Classification: Unclassified
Department: Athletics / Housing
Report to: Head Women’s Soccer Coach / Housing Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Assist the head soccer coach in the day-to-day operations of the soccer program.
  2. Assist in the recruitment of student athletes.
  3. Assist in the academic monitoring and success of student athletes.
  4. Assist with the placement of graduates to four year institutions.
  5. Assist Head Coach in game planning, practice organization, and daily individual instruction of student athletes.
  6. Housing Assistant – Live on campus.
  7. Responsible for dorm supervision and housing office hours.
  8. Assist with student senate responsibilities on the Spencer Campus
  9. Assist with intramural program
  10. Field maintenance
  11. Other duties as assigned.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Evaluate athlete’s strengths and deficiencies as possible recruits or to improve the athlete’s techniques to be competitive.
  2. Assist in the evaluation and selection of team members; ensuring a full roster of student athletes.
  3. Assist in the maintenance of program budget.
  4. Transportation of student athletes via college vehicle.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Assist in the monitoring of compliance with NJCAA rules and regulations.
  2. Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

    1. Represent the College in the most positive manner with prospective, former, and current students, staff and the community.
    2. Assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
    3. Read, understand, and express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written communications.
    4. Be creative, energetic and self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and organizational skills.
    5. Ability to efficiently perform tasks in an environment with frequent interruptions.
    6. Ability to effectively relate to a diverse group of students.

Special Demands: Coaching position involves wide range of motion requirements to demonstrate and teach different techniques to student athletes. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. Must complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training. Will require flexible hours including weekends and evenings. The additional physical demands normally expected of a coach are required. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Ability to obtain CDL.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree required. College soccer and/or coaching experience preferred. USSF or NSCAA Coaching license preferred.

SALARY: $7,500 Stipend (August – May) plus Room and Board.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy.

Review of applications will begin immediately.

Women’s Basketball / Housing Graduate Assistant

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This part time position will assist the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and Housing Department with day-to-day operations, working 27.5 hours a week. Position located on the Estherville Campus. Applicant must be expected to enroll in a Master’s Degree Program at their own expense.

Classification: Unclassified
Department: Athletics / Housing
Report to: Head Women’s Basketball Coach / Housing Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Assist the head women’s basketball coach in the day to day operations of the women’s basketball program.
  2. Assist in the recruitment of student athletes.
  3. Assist in the academic monitoring and success of student athletes.
  4. Assist with sports marketing responsibilities: social media, writing press releases, taking photos at events.
  5. Housing Assistant – Live on campus.
  6. Responsible for dorm supervision and housing office hours.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Evaluate athlete’s strengths and deficiencies as possible recruits or to improve the athlete’s techniques to be competitive.
  2. Assist in the evaluation and selection of team members, ensuring a full roster of student athletes.
  3. Drive College vans for game transportation.
  4. Assist in the maintenance of program budget.
  5. Assistance with game management.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Assist in the monitoring of compliance with NJCAA rules and regulations.
  2. Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, prospective, former and current students, and the community.
  2. Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
  3. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and the general public.
  4. Possess skills in: reading, writing; listening and comprehending.
  5. Possess the ability to access, input and retrieve information from the computer.
  6. Possess the ability to work as a team member with other employees.
  7. Possess the ability to read and understand written and oral instructions or communication.
  8. Possess the ability to effectively relate to a diverse group of students.
  9. Exhibit professionalism during competitive or stressful situations.
  10. Possess the ability to maintain a flexible schedule for home and away games.
  11. Possess the ability to run practices effectively and independently when necessary.

Special Demands: Coaching position involves wide range of motion requirements to demonstrate and teach different techniques to student athletes. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. Must complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training. Will require flexible hours including weekends and evenings. The additional physical demands normally expected of a coach are required. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. May be required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree required.

College basketball and / or coaching experience preferred.

College residential housing / dorm experience a plus.

SALARY: $7,500 Stipend (August – May) plus Room and Board.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy.

Review of applications will begin immediately.

Upward Bound Summer Academy Counselor

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY:Federally funded position from June 14, 2021 to July 22, 2021. Approximately 20 students from area high schools will attend the six-week summer academy. The Counselors will work with certified instructors in academic areas and lead/supervise students during cultural, recreational, and social activities. In addition, the Counselors will be responsible for the students while on campus and during off-campus activities from Monday morning until Friday afternoon during the Upward Bound Summer Academy. Counselors will have evenings and weekends off except for Wednesday evenings and the Big City trip.

Report to: Upward Bound Manager and TRIO Director

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Supervision of students during classes, activities, and trips.
  2. Provide a pleasant, comfortable atmosphere conducive to maximum student growth.
  3. Interpret and ensure compliance of rules and regulations of students.
  4. Work with program staff in enforcement of program policies.
  5. Transport students to and from scheduled off-campus activities in college vans. Fifteen-passenger chauffeur’s license required.
  6. Assist students from Monday morning until Friday afternoon during the day program.
  7. Attend all required staff meetings and trainings.
  8. Prepare and lead enrichment activities as assigned.
  9. Keep and prepare reports and records as assigned by the Upward Bound Manager and Advisor

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. High level of maturity, motivation and responsibility.
  2. Ability to work independently and is organized and dependable.
  3. Demonstrates excellent communication skill.
  4. Must be able to work with a team.
  5. Must be able and willing to obtain a chauffeur’s license.
  6. Must attend orientation session for all staff – June 10-11, 2021.
  7. Will not work weekends or July 2 and 5, 2021.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Light to medium work. Position requires exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally; up to 20 pounds frequently, and up to 10 pounds constantly to lift or move objects. Must be able to perform routine stooping, bending, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, and repetitive motions continually. Occasional kneeling and crawling. Must have valid driver’s license and chauffer’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Prefer college junior, senior or college graduate and/or prior camp counselor experience. Previous experience working with high school youth.

SALARY: $2,500

FRINGE BENEFITS: Furnished room and board on the Emmetsburg campus; meals when food service is open.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Seasonal Temporary Summer Custodial/Maintenance Worker

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This is a seasonal temporary full-time day position, Monday – Friday, located on the Emmetsburg and Estherville Campuses. Primary duties are to perform routine custodial duties including annual dorm cleaning, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and cleaning walls, floors carpets, equipment, whiteboards, painting, etc. Assist with lawn care and sod placement. Work with cleaning equipment and expendable cleaning supplies.

CLASSIFICATION: Unclassified
DEPARTMENT: Buildings & Grounds Emmetsburg and Estherville
REPORT TO: Buildings & Grounds Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Performs daily custodial duties in an assigned area, such as:  clean dorms, mop floor, shampoo and vacuum carpets, wipe whiteboards, clean bathrooms, empty waste baskets, replenish expendable supplies, change light bulbs, clean walls, wash windows, clean locker rooms and weight rooms, etc.
  2. Performs daily maintenance duties in an assigned area, such as: crack filling asphalt parking lot, shingling a roof, aluminizing roofs, changing HVAC filters, power washing exterior of facility, painting, shampooing carpets, etc.
  3. Monitor for and report needed repairs or maintenance needs to supervisor and perform minor maintenance.
  4. Act as security personnel by monitoring unusual activities or personnel and reporting same.
  5. Work collaboratively with others to accomplish assigned tasks.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Lock and unlock facilities as directed by supervisor or according to building schedule.
  2. Move materials, furniture and equipment between classrooms or buildings. Set up rooms for various activities.
  3. May operate lawn care equipment and machines.
  4. Work with work study personnel and any other program participants.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Mow lawns or otherwise assist with lawn or shrubbery care.
  2. Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Represent the College in a positive manner to other employees, students, visitors, and the community.
  2. Ability to perform medium lifting and repetitious physical activity.
  3. Knowledge of use of common cleaning implements, such as mops and brooms.
  4. Knowledge of and ability to safely operate common cleaning equipment, such as vacuum cleaners, wet vacs, shampoo machines, and other standard cleaning equipment.
  5. Knowledge of and ability to use common cleaning solutions such as floor wax, furniture wax, detergents, etc.
  6. Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
  7. Knowledge of and ability to operate lawn mowers and snow removal equipment.
  8. Ability to use common hand tools: hammers, saws, wrenches, etc.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Light to medium work. Position requires exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally; up to 20 pounds frequently, and up to 10 pounds constantly to lift or move objects. Must be able to perform routine stooping, bending, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, and repetitive motions continually. Occasional kneeling and crawling.

May be subject to bio-hazardous waste, chemicals, moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding and ladders, atmospheric conditions that may affect the respiratory system or the skin, fumes, odors, dust, mists, gasses or poor ventilation, noise, and vibrators.

Must complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training because of potential exposure to blood or body fluids while performing cleaning duties.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experience as a custodian or housekeeper desired. Valid driver’s license. Preference given to previously employed summer help.

SALARY: $12.00/hour

APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of applications will begin May 7, 2021.

Esports Graduate Assistant-Coach / Housing Graduate Assistant

Job Details

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: The Esports Graduate Assistant-Coach is responsible for developing and launching the varsity Esports program at Iowa Lakes Community College. This individual will be responsible for recruiting students to participate on the team, as well as coaching and providing strategy for the team. This individual will be responsible for administering all aspects of the Esports program including recruiting, fill women’s and men’s roster, scouting, game and practice preparation, monitoring academic progress of student-athletes, public relations efforts, budget operations, team travel arrangements and fundraising activities. This position will also assist with the day to day operations of the housing department. Successful candidate will enroll in a Master’s Degree Program at their own expense.

CLASSIFICATION: Unclassified
DEPARTMENT: Athletics / Housing
REPORT TO: Athletic Director / Housing Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Identify, evaluate, and recruit potential students for the women’s and men’s Esports teams.
  2. Coordinate practice times and provide strategy and coaching to team members.
  3. Scheduling of competition against other Esports teams.
  4. Create and maintain an accurate roster logging all contacts with prospective students.
  5. Coordinate off season activities.
  6. Travel extensively to recruit and meet the roster size.
  7. Collaborate as part of the team responsible for recruiting student-athletes to Iowa Lakes.
  8. Manage, direct, and supervise activities and personnel associated with Esports including recruitment and preparation of student-athletes for intercollegiate competition.
  9. Monitor and nurture student-athletes’ academic progress at the college and assist with placement at four-year colleges and universities.
  10. Comply with NJCAA and ICCAC regulations.
  11. Communicate effectively with staff and students. 
  12. Housing Assistant – Live on campus and assist with housing events.
  13. Responsible for dorm supervision and housing office hours.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Promote fundraising activities within the Esports program, as well as the athletic department.
  2. Meet with team members, as necessary, to resolve conflicts.
  3. Assure adherence to all Iowa Lakes Community College policies and procedures.
  4. Develop and maintain schedules associated with Esports.
  5. Create, monitor, and adhere to approved Esports budgets.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Serve on assigned and voluntary committees.
  2. Participate in all required professional development activities.
  3. Supervise the operation, maintenance and repair of equipment and facilities for Esports.
  4. Recommend required equipment, facilities, and other needs in order to have competitive Esports teams.
  5. Provide required updates and reports to the athletic director.
  6. Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Knowledge of competitive gaming and Esports is required.
  2. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, students, visitors, and the general public.
  3. Must be enthusiastic and energetic in performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
  4. Ability to assume responsibility, deal effectively with problems and exercise good judgement when making decisions.
  5. Ability to organize, multi-task, and communicate effectively.
  6. Must be a self-starter and have the ability to function under limited supervision.
  7. Ability to work with a diverse community of students, faculty, administrators, and professional colleagues.
  8. Thorough knowledge of office procedures, telephone techniques and office equipment, as well as correct English usage, grammar, punctuation and arithmetic.
  9. Ability to read and understand written and oral instructions or communications.
  10. Ability to efficiently perform tasks in an environment of frequent interruptions.
  11. Ability to instruct, manage and mentor student-athletes.
  12. Ability to recruit effectively and field a large team required.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Light to medium work. Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally (10-33%). Stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling and carrying frequently (34-66%). Walking, lifting, grasping and repetitive motion frequently (34-66%). Talking, hearing and viewing various types of close visual work on computers constantly (67-100%). Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Ability to work some nights and weekends is required.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Must possess excellent people skills and a thorough understanding of Iowa Lakes Community College and our role in the state educational system. Must possess extensive computer/gaming knowledge, as well as have some experience in these areas. Coaching, recruiting and student personnel experience at the college level preferred. Experience recruiting high school or college students preferred.

SALARY: $7,500 Annual Stipend plus Room and Board

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Position open until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Strength and Conditioning / Housing Graduate Assistant

Strength and Conditioning / Housing Graduate Assistant

PART-TIME

Job Details

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This position will assist the Athletic Department and Housing Department with day to day operations, working 27.5 hours a week. Position located on the Estherville Campus. Applicant must be expected to enroll in a Master’s Degree Program at their own expense.

CLASSIFICATION: Unclassified
DEPARTMENT: Athletics / Housing
REPORT TO: Athletic Director /Head Swimming Coach / Housing Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% OF TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Implement and run the Strength and Conditioning program for Iowa Lakes’ athletic department.
  2. Communicate with head coaches in regards to strength and conditioning needs of student athletes.
  3. Supervise such training of student athletes in the weight room and other locations.
  4. Evaluate individual athlete needs and development plans for improvement.
  5. Assist head swimming coach in day to day management of program.  
  6. Assist in the recruitment of student athletes.
  7. Assist in the academic monitoring and success of student athletes.
  8. Housing Assistant – Live on campus.
  9. Responsible for dorm supervision and housing office hours.
  10. Other duties as assigned.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Responsible for maintenance and upgrade of weight room.
  2. Assist in the evaluation and selection of team members; ensuring a full roster of student athletes.
  3. Assist in the maintenance of programs budget.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Assist in the monitoring of compliance with NJCAA rules and regulations.
  2. Transportation of student-athletes as assigned.
  3. Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  1. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, prospective, former and current students, and the community.
  2. Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
  3. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and the general public.
  4. Possess skills in: reading, writing; listening and comprehending.
  5. Possess the ability to access, input and retrieve information from the computer.
  6. Possess the ability to work as a team member with other employees.
  7. Possess the ability to read and understand written and oral instructions or communication.
  8. Possess the ability to effectively relate to a diverse group of students.
  9. Exhibit professionalism during competitive or stressful situations.
  10. Possess the ability to maintain a flexible schedule for home and away meets.
  11. Possess the ability to run practices effectively and independently when necessary.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Coaching position involves wide range of motion requirements to demonstrate and teach different techniques to student athletes. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. Must complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training. Will require flexible hours including weekends and evenings. The additional physical demands normally expected of a coach are required. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle.

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

SALARY: $7,150 ANNUAL STIPEND PLUS ROOM AND BOARD

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required. Knowledge of Strength and Conditioning Training.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Position open until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Volleyball / Housing Graduate Assistant

Volleyball / Housing Graduate Assistant

PART-TIME

Job Details

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: This part time position will assist the Head Volleyball Coach and Housing Department with day to day operations working 27.5 hours per week. Position located on the Estherville Campus. Applicant must be expected to enroll in a Master’s Degree Program at their own expense.

CLASSIFICATION: Unclassified
DEPARTMENT: Athletics / Housing
REPORT TO: Head Volleyball Coach / Housing Manager

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (% of TIME)

Constant (67-100%)

  1. Assist the head volleyball coach in the day to day operations of the volleyball program.
  2. Assist in the recruitment of student athletes.
  3. Assist in the academic monitoring and success of student athletes.
  4. Housing Assistant – Live on campus.
  5. Responsible for dorm supervision and housing office hours.
  6. Maintain volleyball program’s social media accounts.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

Frequent (34-66%)

  1. Evaluate athlete’s strengths and deficiencies as possible recruits or to improve the athlete’s techniques to be competitive.
  2. Assist in the evaluation and selection of team members; ensuring a full roster of student athletes.
  3. Assist in the maintenance of program budget.
  4. Ability to participate in practice when needed by head coach.

Occasional (10-33%)

  1. Assist in the monitoring of compliance with NJCAA rules and regulations.
  2. Transportation of student athletes as assigned.
  3. Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  1. Represent the College in a positive manner to employees, prospective, former and current students, and the community.
  2. Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems and exercise independent judgment when making decisions.
  3. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and the general public.
  4. Possess skills in: reading, writing; listening and comprehending.
  5. Possess the ability to access, input and retrieve information from the computer.
  6. Possess the ability to work as a team member with other employees.
  7. Possess the ability to read and understand written and oral instructions or communication.
  8. Possess the ability to effectively relate to a diverse group of students.
  9. Exhibit professionalism during competitive or stressful situations.
  10. Possess the ability to maintain a flexible schedule for home and away meets.
  11. Possess the ability to run practices effectively and independently when necessary.

SPECIAL DEMANDS: Coaching position involves wide range of motion requirements to demonstrate and teach different techniques to student athletes. Constant (67-100%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions and viewing various types of close visual work. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling and carrying. Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and 10 pounds of force frequently. Must complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training. Will require flexible hours including weekends and evenings. The additional physical demands normally expected of a coach are required. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and provide proof of insurance. Required to travel utilizing personal vehicle. Ability to obtain CDL. 

Employment with Iowa Lakes Community College is dependent upon successful passage of a criminal background check. Testing for alcohol and drugs will be conducted. Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without Employer Sponsorship.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions, job duties/responsibilities, and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required. College volleyball and / or coaching experience preferred.

SALARY: $7,150 Annual Stipend plus Room and Board

APPLICATION PROCESS:

The following items must be included in your application packet before it will be considered a complete application:

  • Employment Application form
  • Applicant Confidential Information form (This data is used to comply with government required affirmative action record keeping only and is not used for applicant screening purposes.)
  • A letter addressing your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • A copy of transcripts, with originals due upon hiring

Only complete application packets will be considered for the position vacancy. Position open until filled; review of applications will begin immediately.

Questions? 

Lynn Miller
Human Resources Specialist
712-362-0409
lmmiller@iowalakes.educreate new email

It is the policy of Iowa Lakes Community College not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age  (employment), sexual orientation, gender identity, creed, religion and actual or potential parental, family or marital status in its programs, activities, or employment practices as required by the Iowa Code §§216.6 and 216.9, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. §§ 2000d and 2000e), the Equal Pay Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. § 206, et seq.), Title IX (Educational Amendments, 20 U.S.C §§ 1681 – 1688), Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794), and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12101, et seq.).

If you have questions or complaints related to compliance with this policy, please contact Kathy Muller, Equity & Title IX Coordinator, 19 South 7th Street, Estherville, IA 51334, 712.362.0433, kmuller@iowalakes.educreate new email, or the Director of the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison, Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661, phone number 312-730-1560, fax 312-730-1576.