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Administrative Secretary II - Division of Nursing Forest Park Campus, District-Wide
Performs duties necessary to ensure effective office operations by overseeing division office staff and providing a diverse range of administrative support functions; tracks division office supply and service budgets; oversees the completion of payroll and the input of class schedules; compiles statistical data; maintains complex recordkeeping and filing systems; prepares forms, logs, schedules, and memoranda. Occasional travel between the four college campus programs.
Business Services Specialist / Cashier - (Internal only) Corporate College
Performs duties necessary to provide an effective operation of Campus or Corporate College business offices. Serves as campus/Corporate College cashier and resource person for Banner Finance, Human Resources, Purchasing, Payroll, and adherence to Board policies and procedures. Provides quality customer service to college employees and/or students by answering questions and assisting in the resolution of problems regarding college business operations. Performs duties necessary to complete accounting transactions by analyzing, tabulating, and balancing various accounts to ensure financial records are kept current and accurate. Responsible for collecting fees, miscellaneous obligations, remove payments from student records and notify proper departments of payments.
Library Assistant II Forest Park Campus
Performs duties necessary to providing an excellent experience for library users. May interact with the students, staff, and faculty of the college and public community users. May order, receive, and process library materials.
Personal and Career Counselor Forest Park Campus
Performs duties necessary to provide guidance to prospective project enrollees by determining basic eligibility, conducting screening, and providing career-based counseling. Works in collaboration with Project Manager, Job Corps Project Partnerships to assist in documentation and tracking of recommendations, services provided and assistance with instructors, staff and project related activities. Understands basic academic advising functions.
Accounting Clerk II Florissant Valley Campus
Performs duties necessary to complete accounting transactions by analyzing, tabulating, and balancing various accounts to ensure financial records are kept current and accurate.
Director, Academic Success & Tutoring Wildwood Campus
The Director of Academic Success & Tutoring provides leadership and support for Academic Success Services & Tutoring initiatives across the College district. The Director will serve as the Wildwood Manager of Academic Success and Tutoring and Online Academic Support. The Director supports and serves as a critical resource for the district in the operation and delivery of key initiatives that further the College's goals of increasing retention and graduation rates through enhanced academic tutoring and success services. This includes, but is not limited to, developing standardization where appropriate to achieve quality across all campuses, implementing national best practices for tutoring and academic services, evaluating, and implementing technologies to serve all student populations, creating and managing a district-wide budget, and more.
Secretary Forest Park Campus
Provides efficient secretarial support, reception, and communications services
Business Analyst Forest Park Campus
St. Louis Community College invites qualified candidates to apply for the full-time position of Business Analyst. This position reports to the Manager, Institutional Research Reporting. The primary responsibilities include writing queries, gathering data, and validating information for internal and external stakeholders with particular emphasis on data extraction and report generation.
Administrative Secretary II Meramec Campus
Performs duties necessary to ensure effective office operations by overseeing division office staff and providing a diverse range of administrative support functions; tracks division office supply and service budgets; oversees the completion of payroll and the input of class schedules; compiles statistical data; maintains complex record keeping and filing systems; prepares forms, logs, schedules, and memoranda.
Laboratory Technician Wildwood Campus
This position will perform duties necessary to assist instructors in the development, testing, and application of equipment or experiments for laboratory use. Some major task include preparing, setting up and maintaining the WW science labs, monitoring the lab equipment, preparing media and solutions, culture and monitoring, ordering lab supplies and keeping track, supervising and ensuring lab safety issues along with other duties related to the lab.
Secretary Meramec Campus
Provides efficient secretarial support, reception and, communications services.
Business Services Specialist / Cashier Wildwood Campus
Performs duties necessary to provide an effective operation of Campus or Corporate College business offices. Serves as campus/Corporate College cashier and resource person for Banner Finance, Human Resources, Purchasing, Payroll, and adherence to Board policies and procedures. Provides quality customer service to college employees and/or students by answering questions and assisting in the resolution of problems regarding College business operations. Performs duties necessary to complete accounting transactions by analyzing, tabulating, and balancing various accounts to ensure financial records are kept current and accurate. Responsible for collecting fees, miscellaneous obligations, remove payments from student records and notify proper departments of payments.
VP, Multicultural Student Services Forest Park Campus
The Vice President, provides vision, leadership, management, and strategic planning for student diversity initiatives for St. Louis Community College. Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, they are responsible for developing a campus-wide approach to enhancing excellence through diversity and inclusion of students, faculty, staff, and the broader community. The Vice President is responsible to design, implement, and assess student diversity initiatives to ensure alignment with the College’s strategic plan. Will help to create an organizational culture that sets clear expectations, provides appropriate support, and engenders respect and dignity at all levels of the organization.
Assistant Manager, Child Development Laboratory Center Florissant Valley Campus
The Assistant Manager, Child Development Laboratory Center, performs duties necessary to assist the manager in the day-to-day operations of the center; coordinates and monitors the enrollment of children in the center; supervises the classified and part-time staff within the center; serves as the primary center leadership point of contact for families; supports and places college practicum students; and serves as the manager on duty in the absence of the manager or director at the center.
Coordinator of Campus Life and College Transition South County Campus
The Coordinator of Campus Life & College Transition is responsible for the direction, supervision, administrative oversight, and operational management for the campus life office. The coordinator will play a critical role in strengthening the student life experience and will work with campus leadership to ensure that co-curricular and extracurricular activities align with the mission, vision, and core values of St. Louis Community College.
Business Services Specialist Meramec Campus
Performs duties necessary to provide an effective operation of Campus or Workforce Solutions Group (WSG) business office. Serves as campus/WSG resource person for Banner Finance, Human Resources, Purchasing, Payroll, and adherence to Board policies and procedures. Provides quality customer service to college employees and/or students by answering questions and assisting in the resolution of problems regarding College business operations.
Senior Student Success Advisor Florissant Valley Campus
Provides comprehensive and proactive advising, educational guidance, career and transfer planning services and assistance for students from entry to completion. Such activities include, but are not limited to, engaging students in academic planning, interpreting assessments, clarifying their career and transfer goals, and providing them with referrals to resources to serve them holistically.
Coordinator, Student Recruiting Florissant Valley Campus, Meramec Campus, District-Wide
Will work as a part of the District recruiting team under the leadership of the Director of Recruitment and Outreach. Performs duties necessary to plan, coordinate and integrate activities associated with student recruitment and enrollment at the College.
Senior Research Scientist/Contract Research Organization Coordinator Florissant Valley Campus
Performs duties necessary to oversee the STLCC non-profit biotechnology contract research organization (CRO), including oversight of contracted research projects, laboratory management, giving direction to student interns, and quality control/assurance and document control. Delivers workforce development courses in biotechnology topics and participates in developing and maintaining current and upcoming training courses. With the District Director, this position is responsible for cultivating and maintaining business partnerships for developing student internship opportunities, accessing industry instructors, supporting grant proposals, and securing equipment and supply donations. Finally, this position collaborates with the biotechnology program coordinator as requested to provide industry expertise or connections. Position will be based: Center for Plant and Life Sciences BioResearch and Development Growth (BRDG) Park 1005 North Warson Road Creve Coeur, MO 63132
Horticulture Lead Meramec Campus
Leads the horticultural team in creating and actively managing the exterior gardens and labs for student use. Works directly with students to accomplish short-term and long-term goals related to his/her education. Develops, maintains, and promotes positive and professional relationships with internal staff, students, volunteers, vendors, contractors, and the general public. Plans, assigns, and directs work, using effective forecasting and scheduling tools to ensure staff productivity and motivation. Displays flexibility and is able to adapt to changes in class schedules, weather, available resources, personnel schedules, garden priorities, and instructors.

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