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Executive Director of Financial Reporting Corporate College
Performs duties necessary to direct the management of District's Procurements, Payments, General Accounting Staff, and Grant Accounting personnel including responsibility for financial reporting, tax compliance and along with the College Controller, maintenance of the District's automated accounting and budget reporting systems. Provides ongoing reports on the status of actual revenues and expenditures and variances from budget. Performs normal supervisory functions related to fixed asset accounting and provides guidance to accounting and other College personnel regarding Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Oversees the application and implementation of new and revised GASB pronouncements and other promulgated accounting requirements necessary to prepare financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Provides oversight of Grant Accounting submissions to various State and Federal Agencies. Works directly with and coordinates interaction of audit field work with outside auditors. Prepares draft financial footnotes, financial statements, and Management discussion and Analysis for the College’s audited financial statements. Prepares quarterly financial reporting including variance analysis for board presentations. Completes and files all applicable regulatory filings and tax returns of the College and the College foundation.
Instructor II/Assistant Professor - History Forest Park Campus
The Department of Social Science - Humanities at St. Louis Community College, Forest Park Campus seeks applications for a continuing full-time faculty position at the rank of Instructor II/Assistant Professor in History to begin Fall Semester 2024, with a specialization in United States History. Other specializations in African American History or World history. The new History faculty member will be expected to teach, mentor students, fulfill some administrative duties within the Social Science-Humanities Department, and serve on campus committees. Part of the teaching load must be at the St Louis County Jail, and part may also be online or face-to-face. The person hired for the position must include their workload at the St. Louis County Jail for the Progress Attained through College Education (PACE) program. Must also attend the required training to work for the PACE program. The PACE program allows students the opportunity to take most of their CORE 42 coursework (minus the lab science classes) at the jail. The courses are listed as 8-week courses to allow for the greatest completion timeline where the morning classes begin at 8:00 a.m. and end by 11:00 a.m., and the afternoon classes begin at 2:30 p.m. and end at 3:45 p.m.
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 (Soldan High School, Roosevelt High School & Confluence Prep Academy) 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.
Student Assistant I Meramec Campus
The accounting Lab Assistant Provides Tutoring and homework support to students using the lab and accounting software support to students and faculty. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Fitness Center Attendant Florissant Valley Campus, Forest Park Campus, Meramec Campus, District-Wide
This position is responsible for monitoring the STLCC fitness areas on either the Florissant Valley, Forest Park, and/or Meramec campuses. Individuals holding this position are responsible for providing a clean, safe, and welcoming environment for all users; with the ability to solve on-the-job issues and provide excellent customer service when assisting patrons.
Adjunct Faculty - English Florissant Valley Campus
***Fall Semester 2024*** Designs and teaches introductory and advanced English language courses, with an emphasis on college-level language literacy competencies.
Student Worker-IT Wildwood Campus
*You must be a current STLCC student to apply* The IT student worker will provide technical and network problem resolution to end-users (customers) by performing a question diagnosis while guiding users through step-by-step solutions. The position requires providing direct technical customer support via telephone, chat, email, remote tools, or in person. Including, but are not limited to, resolving authentication problems, basic software support, verifying proper hardware and software set-up, power cycling, navigating college applications, print related issues, and troubleshooting email issues.
Student Support Specialist Harrison Education Center
Performs duties which assist students in exploring various means of achieving their educational goals: assists students with program planning and course selection; facilitates processing of student financial aid applications; educates students/potential students about College financial aid opportunities; evaluates and advises, and assists students with disabilities in determining needs for the provision of equal access; facilitates communication with faculty and staff and provides support regarding accommodations for students.
Adjunct Faculty - Dental Hygiene Clinic Dentist- Instructor Forest Park Campus
Clinical adjunct faculty teach dental hygiene students clinical skills in the public Dental Hygiene Clinic. The Missouri Dental Board and the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) Standards for Dental Hygiene Education require a dentist be present during the treatment of patients.
Director of Grants Corporate College
Performs duties necessary to secure external grant funding for the College. Provides direction and leadership districtwide in the acquisition and implementation of grants solicited from federal, state, and local public agencies and appropriate private foundations.Works collaboratively with the STLCC Foundation in securing grants from foundations and corporations. Provides oversight for pre-award activities and post-award compliance; analyzes funding trends and patterns and legislation related to external funding; works with College leadership in cultivating relationships with funders at the national level; and aligns grant acquisition with the College's strategic initiatives
Administrative Clerk II Wildwood Campus
Performs administrative duties of moderate complexity. Performs functions of typing, filing, recordkeeping, and answering phones in a department office; orders supplies; may greet students, staff, and visitors. May administer tests and provide technical assistance to program managers.
Adjunct Faculty, Veterinary Technology Curriculum Developer Forest Park Campus
STLCC is actively seeking a passionate and knowledgeable adjunct faculty member specializing in Veterinary Technology. This role will be pivotal in developing a comprehensive curriculum for our new Veterinary Technology program, ensuring alignment with CVTEA accreditation standards. The successful candidate will possess a deep understanding of the veterinary field and the educational needs of aspiring veterinary technicians.
Educational Assistant II-Center for Visual Technology Meramec Campus
Position for worker in the Center for Visual Technology labs assisting students and instructors with digital software and graphic arts production equipment.
Student Worker - Graphic Communications Florissant Valley Campus
*You must be a current STLCC student to apply* This position supports the Graphic Communications program, faculty and students.
ERP Application Analyst I Corporate College
Under general direction, performs application installations, upgrades and administration for district wide ERP-application on Linux systems. Primarily responsible to keep the ERP system itself upgraded and current per College needs. Performs upgrades and maintenance of Oracle components of the ERP in all environments including troubleshooting associated problems and enforcing database security practices.
ERP Application Analyst II Corporate College
Under general direction, performs application installations, upgrades and administration for district-wide ERP-related applications on Linux systems. Configures, maintains and troubleshoots multiple applications and their components in all environments. Maintains technical currency for these supported applications.
Adjunct Faculty - Hospitality Studies Forest Park Campus
Part-time adjunct faculty facilitating classroom instruction in hospitality coursework. Instruction will be focused on Culinary Arts, Baking & Pastry Arts, and/or Hospitality Management curricula.
Adjunct Faulty - Mathematics Forest Park Campus
Provide instruction in mathematics courses, hold scheduled office hours, conduct evaluation of student learning, and maintain appropriate documentation.
Adjunct Faculty - Graphic Communications Meramec Campus
Teach Design in the NASAD accredited Graphic Communications Program as directed by the Program Coordinator. Areas of specialization that are needed include Graphic Design, Illustration, Web Design, Motion Graphics, Animation and Graphic Production.
Technical Training Facilitator I - Aerospace Florissant Valley Campus
This posting is to create a pool of applicants for potential openings.

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