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Health Insurance

Neosho County Community College offers 100% paid single Health insurance premium. The health insurance provider is Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas.

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Dental Insurance

Neosho County Community College offers 100% paid single dental insurance premium. The dental insurance provider is Delta Dental of Kansas.

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KPERS Retirement

KPER’s membership includes long-term disability benefits and basic group life insurance. Six percent of the employee’s salary is deducted for this retirement plan. https://www.kpers.org/members

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Holiday Pay

Neosho County Community College provides 20+ paid holidays for permanent employees. Paid holidays include Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Spring Break, Memorial Day, July Fourth, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Week, and at least one week of Christmas Break.

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Work Weeks

Full-time employees work 36 hours per week, paid for 40.  Hours during the academic year 8:00 – 5:00 M – TH, 8:00 – 12:00 F, Summer hours 7:30 — 5:30  M – TH

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Vacation

Full-time and permanent part-time employees are entitled to vacation pay based upon employment classification and years of service. Vacation hours will accrue monthly.

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Sick Leave

Full-time and permanent part-time employees are entitled to sick pay based on their employment classification. Sick leave hours will accrue monthly.

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403(b) Matching Fund

Full and part-time permanent employees are eligible to make salary deferrals and receive employer matching contributions up to $25.00 per month on your date of hire.

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Professional Development Fund

Neosho County Community College expects all employees to take the initiative in maintaining and continually reassessing skills and knowledge required for their assigned work. All eligible employees may apply for professional development funds.

Full Time Faculty enjoy applicable full-time benefits and others found in negotiated agreement.

Part-time permanent employee benefits include Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, KPERS Retirement, prorated vacation, sick leave, paid holidays based on contracted work hours, employee/dependent scholarships, and professional development.

For more information on Neosho County Community College Benefits follow the link provided.

Neosho County Community College is an equal opportunity employer.

Employment Opportunities at NCCC

Career Opportunities on Chanute Campus

Full-Time Career Opportunity Career Summary

Electrical Technology Instructor - Mitchell Career & Technology Center

Classification: Instructor, 9-month position

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

Salary Range: Instructor Scale

The position reports to the Dean of Outreach and Workforce Development and is responsible for providing effective classroom and laboratory instruction resulting in NCCER electrical certification and achievement of industry standards.

Switchboard/Administrative Assistant

Classification: Full-time, 12-month Employee

Pay Status: Hourly, Non-exempt, Level II

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Starting Salary Range: $14.25 – 15.00

This position performs switchboard and credential management for the college and reports to the Dean for Operations under his general supervision. Major duties consist of being the primary switchboard operator, creating and distributing college credentials and assisting in the management of the college telephone system.

Administrative Assistant to Vice President for Student Learning

Reports to: Vice President of Student Learning

Classification: Full-time, 12-month Employee

Pay Status: Hourly, Non-exempt, Level V

Fringe Benefit per Board Policy

Minimum Starting Salary: $16.00

Required: Ability to manage a high level of responsibilities and complicated tasks. Confidentiality is required. Ability to communicate effectively with all constituents. Advanced computer skills, specifically with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, Access, and others. Ability to work independently.

Adult Education Instructor

Current Work Location - Fort Scott or Independence

Classification: Academic Management Support

Full-time, 12-month Employee

Pay Status: Exempt

100% Grant funded

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Starting Salary $34,840

This position is a member of the Adult Education department who reports to the Director of Adult Basic Education. This position is responsible for the day-to-day classroom instruction, implementation of adult education curriculum, and assisting with outreach planning, and student data collection for reporting purposes.

Assistant Cross Country/Track Coach

Classification: Full-time, 9-month Employee

Pay Status: Academic Management Support

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Salary $23,000

This position reports to the Head Coach of that sport and is responsible for all procedures and activities relating to the designated sport program.

Theatre/Communications Instructor

Reports to: Division Chair/Dean/Director

Organizational Unit: Faculty

Salary Range: $41,850 – 72,600 (See Negotiated Agreement)

Start Date: August 2024

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

This position reports to the appropriate academic supervisor and is responsible for providing effective classroom instruction.

Meets Higher Learning Commission Instructor Qualification requirements. 3-5 years’ experience in community college instruction and/or discipline-specific work history preferred.

Nursing Instructor

Coordinates Activities with: Course Coordinator

Classification: Instructor, 9 month

Salary Range: Salary according to educational preparation and experience

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

Master’s degree in Nursing required. Assignments based on clinical experience, certifications, or advanced licensure. Instructors shall hold at least a baccalaureate degree and shall show yearly academic progress toward meeting requirements for the Master's degree in nursing.

Automotive Instructor - Mitchell Career and Technology Center

Classification: Instructor, 9-month position

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

Salary Range: Instructor Scale

The position reports to the Dean of Outreach and Workforce Development and is responsible for providing effective classroom and laboratory instruction resulting in achievement of industry and ASE standards.

Permanent Part-Time Career Opportunity Career Summary

Bus Driver - Part Time

Classification: Part-time, 10-month Employee

Pay Status: Hourly, Non-exempt, Level V

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Minimum Starting Salary: $17.33

The Bus Driver has the primary responsibility for ensuring the health, safety and welfare of bus passengers during bus transportation for the college. This position reports to the Director of Facilities in conjunction with the Vice President for Operations.

Financial Aid Specialist – PT

Reports to: Director of Financial Aid

Classification: Part-time (28 hours per week) 12-month Employee

Pay Status: Hourly, Level IV, Non-exempt

Fringe Benefits per Board Policy

Starting Salary Range: $15.00 - $16.00

This position reports to the Director of Financial Aid. Primary functions are to provide support to the office of Financial Aid.

Career Opportunities on Ottawa Campus

Full-Time Career Opportunity Career Summary

Student Success Coordinator

Reports to: Director of the Ottawa Campus

 Classification: Administrator

Starting Salary Range: $40,000 - $45,000

12-month position

This position provides oversight for the Teaching & Learning Center and coordinates student advising and support services offered to help Ottawa and Online students be successful in academic endeavors and reach their educational goals. In addition, this position provides support for all faculty members to enhance advising.

Nursing Instructor

Coordinates Activities with: Course Coordinator

Classification: Instructor, 9 month

Salary Range: Salary according to educational preparation and experience

Fringe Benefits per PEA Negotiated Agreement

• Master’s degree in Nursing required. Assignments based on clinical experience, certifications, or advanced licensure. Instructors shall hold at least a baccalaureate degree and shall show yearly academic progress toward meeting requirements for the Master's degree in nursing.

Permanent Part-TimeCareer Opportunity Career Summary

PT Custodian - Ottawa

Classification:  Part-time 10-month Employee, 20 hours/week

Pay Status:  Hourly, Non-exempt, Level I

Fringe Benefit per Board Policy

Starting Salary Range:  $14.00 to $15.00
 
This position performs a variety of custodial functions for the college and reports to the Director of the Ottawa Campus.  

Other Job Listings

Career Opportunity Career Summary

Adjunct Electrical Technology Instructor - Ottawa, KS

Fall 2024 Semester

Opportunity for day and/or evening hours.

Specialty certification required: Master or Journeyman electrician with a minimum of 5 years practical experience.

Neosho County Community College is hiring a part-time Electrical Technology instructor in Ottawa, Kansas for the Fall 2024 semester. Instructor would teach Electrical courses each fall and spring semesters with summers off. For more information contact Jennifer Sprague jsprague@neosho.edu or call 785-248-2821

Adjunct Electrical Technology Instructor - Mitchell Career and Technology Center

Fall 2024 Semester

Day and/or evening hours available

Must be a master or journeyman electrician with a minimum of 5 years experience.

Neosho County Community College seeks  a person to provide electrical technology instruction in Chanute, Kansas at the Mitchell Career and Technology Center. Form more information contact Brenda Krumm, bkrumm@neosho.edu. 

Adjunct Instructor(s) Needed for Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program – Ottawa Campus

Time: Abdominal Sonography: Monday 1pm-2pm and Friday 9am-10am

OB/GYN: Monday 2pm – 3:25pm and Friday 10am – 11:25am

*Times can be adjusted depending on availability of instructor

Neosho County Community College is accepting applications for adjunct instructors to teach Abdominal Sonography and OB/GYN Sonography on the Ottawa Campus. This may be one or two adjuncts, depending on qualifications.

Tutors - Upward Bound Program

Hourly wage between $9.25 - $13.00 depending on previous experience and education

Tutors may expect to work approximately 10 hours per week.

No Benefits

Neosho County Community College (NCCC) welcomes applicants for the position of Part-Time Tutor as part of the Upward Bound (UB) program. Tutors will be working with high school students at Chanute High School and Iola High School. We are seeking tutors who are knowledgeable and capable of positively explaining and teaching material in the areas of Math, Science, English, Social Studies, and Foreign Language (primarily Spanish).

Tutors - Talent Search Program

Hourly wage is between $9.25-$13.00 depending on previous experience and education.

Tutors may expect to work approximately 10 hours per week.

No Benefits

Neosho County Community College welcomes applicants for the position of Part Time Tutor as part of the Educational Talent Search program. Seeking tutors for Chanute High
School, Royster Middle School, Galesburg Middle School, Altoona-Midway Middle School and High School, St. Paul Middle School and High School. Knowledgeable of all core classes. The majority of meeting times with students would be before the high school day begins and after it ends, approximately 7:00-7:45 am & between 3:00– 5:00 pm.

To apply submit the following to Human Resources:

  • NCCC Application ›
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume with names and phone number of five references
  • Unofficial Transcripts

Contact Human Resources

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Karin Jacobson, Human Resources Director

Neosho County Community College

800 West 14th Street

Chanute, KS 66720

Phone: (620) 432-0333

Phone: 1-800-729-6222 (Kansas Only)

Fax: (620) 432-0449

Email: hr@neosho.edu