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Learning and Development Specialist Corporate College
Performs designs and delivers blended training solutions; webinars, online learning, and facilitation. Works the entire life-cycle of training/development initiatives that support the function of Human Resources and the mission of the College.
Coordinator - Student Recruiting Florissant Valley Campus, Wildwood Campus
The Coordinator of Student Recruiting will work as a part of the District recruiting team under the leadership of the Director of Recruitment and Outreach. The coordinator performs duties necessary to plan, coordinate and integrate activities associated with student recruitment and enrollment at the College.
Project Associate II Florissant Valley Campus
This Project Associate II is a new position but is integral to the award-winning STLCC Center for Plant and Life Sciences’ (CPLS) customized technical and accelerated life science technical training efforts. This key position will primarily work in the labs and offices at the BRDG Park location (1005 N Warson Rd in Creve Coeur) and lead and support CPLS technical training programs. In addition to supporting the mission and vision of STLCC, the successful candidate is: • enthusiastic in promoting, leading, and supporting the trainings and events held at and supported by CPLS, • self-motivated, highly organized, and determined, • proactive and agile in setting priorities, • resourceful, resilient, and persistent, • able to enlist personnel in district departments, campus departments and administration to achieve results, and • resolute in following Board of Trustees and College policy and assisting CPLS staff in following the same, all while being welcoming to CPLS students, faculty, industry partners, vendors, and visitors. A typical day might find this team member performing or participating in any of: • delivering CPLS technical trainings, • prepping for training lab activities, • developing and planning lab + lecture + reinforcement activities for new technical training programs, • working on continuous improvement and expansion efforts, • seeking and testing benchtop labs and kits for potential training use, • exploring CPLS lab equipment and instrumentation for potential training use, • promoting and disseminating details of CPLS training offerings at events and through social media outlets, • assisting in monitoring CPLS training program budgets and supporting purchasing and receiving activity.
Counselor, TRIO Upward Bound Forest Park Campus
Serves students in the TRIO Upward Bound program, a federally funded grant designed to support limited income and potentially first-generation students in reaching their academic goals including high school and college graduation. Upward Bound Counselors work in area high schools and provide advising and mentoring, assist in course selection, assist students and families in applying for federal financial aid and scholarships, and assist students in identifying and applying to post-secondary institutions. Counselors also plan and implement cultural enrichment activities, college tours, Saturday classes, and organize a six-week summer program.
Senior Project Associate II - Nursing Retention Coach Forest Park Campus
**This position will be located at the Forest Park Campus** The goal of the nursing retention coach is to develop and implement successful retention strategies for nursing students using a systemic approach focusing on social and academic barriers of the student, incorporating various systems within the STLCC network as well as the community. Creating and implementing a culture that focuses on equity, diversity and inclusion is an integral part of achieving a quality nursing program that will have a positive impact on the community in which those graduates will serve. Nursing retention coaches not only support and advocate for students but identify issues that may complicate learning by collecting data that can be analyzed for possible barriers that may affect student retention. Then analyzed data can be used to recommend strategies to minimize barriers.
Learning Management Systems Technician & Online Education Technology Coordinator Florissant Valley Campus
Assists with the maintenance and day-to-day processes for the learning management system and instructional learning technologies, including the resolution to escalated help requests and troubleshooting for faculty, students, and the Online Education department. Manages the department's technologies including purchasing, assessment, and evaluative processes.
General Counsel/Chief Legal Officer Corporate College
Provides comprehensive general counsel and legal services to the College on broad range of legal and regulatory matters. Represents the College and works with outside counsel on various administrative and court proceedings. Provides legal advice, representation, and implementation services to the College through the Chancellor, Board of Trustees, and other College officers and administrators. Monitors the College’s adherence to city, county, state, and federals laws; drafts and reviews legal documents; provides in-service training, and coordinates College legal services. Performs normal supervisory functions as assigned.
Senior Accountant Corporate College
The Senior Accountant’s objective is to record the financial impact of ongoing events and transactions, within the appropriate fund, in a manner that is consistent with generally accepted accounting principles; perform duties necessary to monitor the College’s financial activities; stay abreast of transactions that have a financial impact and that require financial statement reporting; assist the Assistant Controller/Manager of Accounting with reporting the College’s monthly, quarterly and annual financial position as well seasonal assignments such as the annual tax rate setting and the external audit.
The Employee Benefits and Leave Specialist is responsible for supporting the ongoing administration of the employee health and welfare benefits and leave of absence programs; providing support and assistance to employees, former employees, retirees and peers.
Student Activities Assistant II Wildwood Campus
The Student Activities Assistant II is responsible for providing clerical, administrative, and project management support to the campus life department.
Project Associate II Forest Park Campus
Performs duties as lead project professional to coordinate direct professional services to students or clients; develops materials and procedures; maintains contacts with professionals in other areas. Performs normal supervisory functions.
Student Recruiter I Florissant Valley Campus
Plans and implements recruitment activities: facilitates programs with local schools, organizations, institutions and businesses. Guides and facilitates the admission and enrollment steps for prospective, new, and continuing students by processing and maintaining accurate records and responding to inquiries from students, faculty, and staff via email, chat, phone, and in-person
Lead Learning Experience Consultant Meramec Campus
Uses knowledge of learning theory, best practices in teaching, and instructional technologies to design effective learning experiences for all types of course and training delivery modalities. Serves as a consultant for creating assessment strategies, developing content that is universally accessible for all learners, and implementing technologies that enhance learning activities. Develops processes based on researched best practices for course development and design and serves as the project manager for collaborative course developments across the district. Serves as a first point of contact for all faculty members on instructional technology use and questions. Tests new and emerging instructional technologies and participates in train-the-trainer sessions to become expertly skilled in technologies used by the department. Provides in-person and virtual training and support to faculty and students across the district using instructional technologies and develops print, graphic, and multimedia training materials for 24/7 access. Serves as the LEAD Learning Experience Consultant (LEC) for the department by assisting the Executive Director in facilitating workflows, managing processes for LEC recruitment, training and mentoring, and serving as the first point of contact for all LEC questions in regard to policies and procedures. The LEAD Learning Experience Consultant should be self-motivated, able to prioritize work, create reports and track analytical data. Many times, this position works independently to accomplish work tasks and goals set by the Executive Director of Online Education. In addition to course design and consultation, work tasks include managing standard operating procedures and training opportunities for LECs, as well as creating/maintaining onboarding processes and mentoring/evaluating new LECS within the department.
Coordinator, eSports Program South County Campus
This position provides supervision and coaching for the eSports program and all game offerings it encompasses. Recruits student-athletes, directs and manages practices, coordinates competitions and game day operations, organizes potential travel schedules, and supervises team conduct during competition, travel, tournaments, practices, and other events where the eSports team is represented. Fosters a positive team atmosphere and supports student athletes’ academic progress, retention, and graduation, through mentoring activities and referral to appropriate support services.
Payroll Specialist Corporate College
Review documents and process accounts related to Payroll to facilitate all Payroll functions; maintains Banner Payroll accounts and creates related reports; works with employees to ensure timely Payroll payment.
Post Secondary Interpreter (I, II, or III) District-Wide
Interpret in American Sign Language and other sign language modes as required by individual students, and facilitate communication between faculty, staff, and students. There are 3 levels of Interpreter: I Basic, II Advanced, III Master. Placement will be based on Missouri Interpreter Certification. See Required Qualifications for more information.
Student Activities Assistant II Florissant Valley Campus, Forest Park Campus
The Student Activities Assistant II is responsible for providing clerical, administrative, and project management support to the campus life department. The SAAII will maintain a current knowledge of appropriate college and academic policies, processes, and procedures to assure efficiency and integrity of the office. Serves as primary point of operational and administrative contact for internal and external constituencies related to campus life. The Student Activities Assistant manages front desk operations, performs word processing, maintains databases and files, tracks data, budgets, and expenditures, schedules appointments, orders supplies and equipment, processes the mail, answers the phone, compiles information for reports, and provides information about student engagement programs and events.
Childcare Teacher II Florissant Valley Campus
Performs duties necessary to develop and implement learning opportunities for children ages 6 weeks to Pre-K. Train and supervise college students while providing on-site instruction; assist college students to achieve educational objectives referred by the academic departments (specifically Child and Family Development). Provide support and constant communication with families and college students promoting successful outcomes
Childcare Teacher I Florissant Valley Campus
Performs duties necessary to train and supervise college students while providing on-site instruction; assist college students to achieve educational objectives referred by the academic departments (specifically Child and Family Development); performs duties necessary to teach and care for infant through Pre-K children and provide support and constant communication with families.
Childcare Teacher I or II Forest Park Campus
Performs duties necessary to teach and care for infant through Pre-K children and provide support and constant communication with families.

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