Lamar State College, Port Arthur, has posted a job opening for the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs. The position reports to the President. The minimum requirements require a Master's degree with both teaching and administrative experience in a community/technical college. Doctorate degree preferred. The position will provide visionary leadership to ensure the integrity and excellence of the academic and technical programs offered by the College. If interested contact
Tammy Riley, Director of Human Resources
Lamar State College - Port Arthur
OR the link attached to this notice.
Wharton County Junior College has posted a job opening for an Associate Degree Nursing instructor. This is a 9 month contract with a salary of between $50,050 and $61,500 annually. Requirements are a Master's Degree in Nursing or a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing with 12 graduate hours in nursing, and a valid, current, unencumbered TX nursing license. For further information contact Wharton County Junior College.
Blinn College has posted a job opening for the position of Technical Education Coordinator. This is a 12-moth position. Coordinates technical education and Perkins programs and completes and verifies accuracy of all Perkins compliance requirements and reports. Examples, ie. state and federal reports, state plan assistance, completes all phases of Perkins/ Blinn College compliance within the college district. Coordinates, designs, plans and follows through with implementation of divisional trades, industry, health professions, leisure and other programming, works with student services, business operations, and reporting for department. Assists with enrollment in courses and programs to meet department metrics and goals.
Networking with over 200 workforce education professionals.
Connection to state agencies and policymakers.
Connection to secondary workforce education partners.
Active participation in setting the direction for workforce education in Texas.
Access to Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Texas Association of Community Colleges, and the Texas Workforce Commission.
Professional development through semi-annual conferences.
Potential for leadership positions within the association.
Current information and best practices in the area of workforce education.
Timely information regarding legislative mandates affecting workforce education.
Access to the TACTE private forum.