Job Openings

Kilgore College is accepting applications for the following positions:

Available Jobs

Accounting/Business Instructor - Full Time
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The Business department provides instruction and training in accounting, business, and economics. Business students earn certificates and associate of applied science degrees as well as transfer credit to continue on to various universities. There are several accounting and business classes required in each degree and certificate.
Responsibilities:
The Accounting/Business instructor is responsible for the education of students in various areas of business. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, instructing students in accounting and business; maintaining active relations with business and industry; advising and registering students; maintaining instructional labs; supervising student workers; working closely with other Business faculty and advisory committees to ensure that course offerings and degree plans remain relevant to the community; and serving on various departmental, divisional, and/or college committees as assigned. All full time faculty are required to complete online course certification through the KC Faculty Innovation Center within their first year of employment.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in Accounting or Business with 18 graduate hours required in Accounting. Both Accounting and Business teaching fields are preferred. Related work experience is required and previous teaching experience is desirable. Excellent communication skills are required. Supervisory experience in academia is also desirable.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The nine-month salary for a new faculty member is based upon level of education, years of teaching experience, and years of related work experience. Base salaries, excluding pay for previous experience, range from $41,100 for a master's degree to $44,100 for a doctorate. Additional overload classes are paid separately.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees.
Instructor, I&E Technology
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two year, comprehensive public community college located in Northeast Texas. We are an open-door, student centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. This program reports to the Department Chairman, and is a part of the Public Services & Industrial Technology division. This program is still in the beginning stages.
Responsibilities:
This position has the primary responsibility of teaching in the Instrumentation and Electrical (I&E) Technology program. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, development and teaching of I&E Technology courses, acquiring and maintaining testing and lab equipment, and providing instruction/training in a lab setting. Other responsibilities include participating in college committees and activities; developing and working with an industry-based advisory committee; participating in professional development activities; interacting with students; and performing other duties as assigned in the fulfillment of the community college mission and purpose.
Minimum Qualifications:
A minimum of an associate’s degree plus appropriate work experience is required. Computer skills to include Microsoft Office is necessary. Experience with instrumentation and electrical installation, maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of instruments and control systems is required. Experience in PLC'S and Delta V is a plus. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to interact with a diverse, multicultural student population; manage and work within an established budget; and effectively network with industry professionals in order to advance/enhance the program. Applicants must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a demonstrated commitment to the community college philosophy of education.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary for this faculty member position will vary with work experience. With an Associate's Degree and five years of verifiable work experience, this full-time 10.5 month position would pay $47,117. Overload classes are paid separately. Health, life, and income protection insurances are provided as is retirement through either the Teacher Retirement System or Optional Retirement Program. In addition, the College provides generous paid leave time, free family memberships to college’s Parks Fitness Center, and tuition scholarships for the employee and dependent children. Note: Kilgore College does not participate in the Social Security retirement program.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, two letters of recommendation from immediate or past work supervisors, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Government Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. This full time faculty position will begin in August of 2019.
Responsibilities:
Expectations for this position may include the following: teach in afternoons and/or evenings (non-peak times); teach dual credit classes in high schools; develop and teach web classes; develop and teach hybrid or blended classes; and use instructional technology in the classroom. Additional responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: participation in academic advising, registration, and regular office hours. It is expected that all instructors participate in committee work, professional development activities, and student recruitment/retention activities. All full time faculty are required to complete online course certification through the KC Faculty Innovation Center within their first year of employment.
Minimum Qualifications:
A master’s degree in Government/Political Science preferred, minimum of 18 hours in these fields for consideration, from an accredited institution. A minimum of one (1) year experience as a college instructor and a commitment to excellence in teaching are required. Preference will be given to applicants with three or more years of college teaching and a second teaching field in History.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The nine-month salary for a new faculty member is based upon level of education, years of teaching experience, and years of related work experience. Base salaries, excluding pay for previous experience, range from $41,100 for a master’s degree to $44,100 for a doctorate. Additional overload classes are paid separately.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. Upon employment, you will be required to submit Official Transcripts of all college course work. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees.
LVN Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. This full time faculty position will begin in August of 2019.
Responsibilities:
The Instructor is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the clinical experience and the instructional program within a given area of curriculum, and in keeping with the institutional philosophy of the LYN Program and the philosophy and objectives of Kilgore College. Specific responsibilities include: • Participates in maintaining program compliance with BON and other governing agencies. • Assists students in learning by formulating course outlines, preparing lesson plans, devising theoretical evaluation tools, correcting and evaluating. • Utilizes a variety of teaching and learning aids including: computer technology (SIMS, Computer Presentations), guest lectures , tours, observational experiences, community resources, and research assignments. • Identifies instructor and student roles and interprets same to students, staff and others. Recognizes students as adult leaners, treating all equally and fairly, maintaining friendly and professional atmosphere in classroom. • Formulates clinical objectives and plans appropriate clinical experiences in consultation with Nursing Service personnel. Assists students in interpreting the prescribed therapeutic regimes for patients; keeps adequate anecdotal records; prepares clinical evaluations. Conducts individual evaluation sessions; conducts clinical conferences and/or assists students to conduct conference. • Participates in the formulation and implementation of the philosophy and objectives of the school. Participates in the evaluation of school policies , clinical objectives and experiences, and curriculum. • Acts as a liaison between affiliating agencies and the school; facilitating a positive relationship with our clinical facilities and their staff; interprets affiliating agency policies for students. Works in coordination with the Nursing Service Department for the betterment of patient care, and provides adequate supervision of students during clinical experiences. • Maintains classroom and lab equipment, tools, repairing and replacing as needed. • Is appropriately groomed for teaching class and clinicals. • Shows a positive attitude toward Kilgore College , its students , staff and varied instructors. • Maintains appropriate office hours and clinical hours and is accessible for guidance and counseling of students with learning needs, demonstrating concern for student progress. • Participates in Continuing Education and Faculty Development programs. Maintains membership in a professional organization. • Assists in the orientation of new faculty and recruitment of applicants as needed. • Maintains proof of licensure, proof of BON CE requirements, annual immunizations and CPR instructor credentials. • Participates in staff meeting to review and evaluate program curriculum and student issues.
Minimum Qualifications:
MSN preferred or BSN with teaching experience and plan to complete MSN within three (3) years after employment. Current Texas License to practice as a registered nurse. Three (3) years of varied nursing experience since graduation. Actively employed in nursing for past three (3) years or have advanced preparation in nursing, nursing education or nursing administration. Show evidence of teaching abilities and maintain current knowledge, clinical expertise and safely in subject areas of teaching responsibility.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The 12 month salary for a new faculty member is based upon level of education, years of teaching experience, and years of related work experience. Base salary for a master’s degree in this position, excluding pay for previous experience and overloads, is $54,800. For a Bachelor's degree the salary is $53,467. In addition to the base salary this position also pays a $4,800 stipend. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through either the Teacher Retirement System or Optional Retirement Program and generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College employment application (available on our web site at www.kilgore.edu/jobs), and unofficial transcripts of all college course work. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. Upon employment, you will be required to submit Official Transcripts of all college course work. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees.
Speech Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with its main campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,500 students per semester, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning.
Responsibilities:
This is a nine-month faculty position begins Fall of 2019. Duties: Teaching public speaking and interpersonal communication classes. This faculty position may be assigned to teach dual credit courses at a local high school and online classes. Additional responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: participation in academic advising, registration, and summer school instruction. It is expected that all instructors participate in committee work, professional development activities, student recruitment and retention activities, and accurate record keeping. All full time faculty are required to complete online course certification through the KC Faculty Innovation Center within their first year of employment.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicant should possess a master’s degree with at least 18 graduate hours in speech from an accredited institution. Applicant should have a minimum of one (1) year experience as a college instructor.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The nine-month salary for a new faculty member is based upon level of education, years of teaching experience, and years of related work experience. Base salaries, excluding pay for previous experience, range from $41,100 for a master’s degree to $44,100 for a doctorate. Overload and summer classes are paid separately. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through either the Teacher Retirement System or Optional Retirement Program and generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. Upon employment, you will be required to submit Official Transcripts of all college course work. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees.
Accountant
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college located in East Texas. We are an open-door, student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The Accountant is a key member of the business office team.
Responsibilities:
• Regular attendance of a full-time workday; excess hours may be required during peak periods • Serve as a productive and participatory member of the Business Office team • Prepare daily cash reconciliations to daily receipt reports • Preparation of monthly bank reconciliations • Coordinate electronic deposits and disbursements • Prepare monthly journal entries for common cost allocations, monthly sales tax returns, correcting journal entries as needed and monthly bank reconciliations • Reconciliation of scholarship endowment subsidiary ledger on a monthly basis • Prepare quarterly investment reports • Inventory of capitalized assets and accumulated depreciation for Annual Financial Report • Preparation and maintenance of collection process of returned checks • Agency Scholarship reconciliation on a monthly basis • Post Bookstore charges from interface (MS batches in EX) • Monthly ERS journal entry
Minimum Qualifications:
• Associate’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting; Bachelor’s degree preferred • Minimum experience of two years in similar position • Working knowledge of accounting principles and the functioning of an accounting system • Excellent computer skills with strong skills in Excel spreadsheets • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Ability to keep accurate, detailed records while working on multiple projects • Must be able to handle high levels of stress • Must have very strong organizational skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve month salary range is $33,567 - $35,665. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System, generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Coordinator of Institutional Research
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Responsible for the development and production of statistical and analytical reports that support decision-making functions and planning.
Responsibilities:
Extracts data from the college’s student information system to generate reports; Responsible for conducting statistical research analysis by developing research protocols, compiling data, analyzing data using specialized statistical computer programs, and presenting research results in numerical and graphical formats; Prepares state and federal reports, including IPEDS; Develops information required to support such activities as planning, accreditation, program evaluation, student retention, and other initiatives; Integrates data from various sources into appropriate output formats using a variety of software tools; Produces reports requested by various internal and external individuals and organizations.
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required, masters preferred. Minimum of two years’ work experience in education, governmental agency, information technology, business, or social science research; institutional research and higher education experience preferred. Computer-based statistical data analysis using IBM-SPSS, SAS, or Access, plus Excel. Database query skills; SQL experience a plus, at minimum must be able to quickly learn SQL. Knowledge of research methodology. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work both independently and with all college constituent groups. Ability to prioritize tasks and to meet strict deadlines. Strong analytical skills and ability to work with little supervision.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The salary for this twelve month position is $52,582. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System and generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities in Kilgore and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Payroll Generalist
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
This position is primarily responsible for data entry, file maintenance and performing a complete payroll run. This position will have a significant amount of personal interaction with other employees and new hires. The position will be required to handle multiple tasks and be flexible around payroll deadlines.
Responsibilities:
• Regular scheduled attendance on a Full-Time Basis. Excess hours may be required during peak periods. • Serve as a productive and participatory member of the Business Office staff. • Accurate data entry of all payroll information for Kilgore College including updates to employee files, as needed, and entering hourly payroll data for each payroll. • Effective use of the ERP Jenzabar EX system to assist with processing each payroll and printing checks, direct deposit advice slips, and reports. • Assist with the distribution of checks and payroll advice slips in an accurate and efficient manner. • Assist with the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual reports including annual W-2 statements. • Assist, as needed, with Benefits and Payroll Accounting Reconciliations. • Assist with Human Resources with various duties. • Other duties, as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Associate degree in accounting or closely related field. Work in an accounting environment or job duties may be acceptable. • Must have a proven history of reliability, accuracy and willingness to work as requested to ensure timely and accurate processing of the college payroll. • Must be able to work in a typical office environment. • Must be able to handle high level of stress. • Must be organized, confidential, expedient, tactful, and even tempered.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve month salary range is $29,573 - $31,421. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System, generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep
Project Advisor - UpWard Bound Progam
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college located in East Texas. With approximately 5,400 students, Kilgore College is an institution characterized by excellence in teaching and quality learning opportunities. The Project Advisor provides academic advising, career counseling, study skills workshops, and over sees tutoring at specific target school and to ensure program participants are served and enroll in institutions of post-secondary education. This position is grant funded.
Responsibilities:
This position assist in the recruiting and the selection of new Upward Bound participants. Also responsible for entering and maintaining data base used by Upward Bound program. Other responsibilities include; grade checks on participants, planning events, accompanying Upward Bound students to four year universities, assist with completing scholarship applications, college admission applications, financial aid forms, assist with planning the six week academic camp for Upward Bound participants, and assist in planning cultural activities. This position will also assist in maintaining accurate student files.
Minimum Qualifications:
1. Bachelor’s degree in related field(s) (education, psychology, sociology) 2. Demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of the population served. 3. Valid Texas driver’s license 4. Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills 5. Have outstanding computer skills 6. Extended work hours to include nights and weekends required 7. Have good basic reading, math, and English skills 8. Knowledge of Educational Grants and grant writing experience 9. Able to write reports based on data collected 10. Familiar with data base entry.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve month salary range is $30,255 - $34,037. This is a grant funded position. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System, generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees.
Campus Life Specialist
Support Personnel
Description:
The Campus Life Specialist is a professional member of the Residence and Student Life staff within the Public Safety and Risk Management Division. The Campus Life Specialist is responsible for all administrative, educational, and supervisory tasks of assigned residence hall(s), student activities, resident safety and security, and student success. While reporting directly to the Residence and Student Life Coordinator, the Campus Life Specialist also has significant interaction and responsibility with all functional areas of housing and student life operations. The Campus Life Specialist supervises Resident Assistants in the residence communities. Campus Life Specialist participate in the development of educational, social and personal growth programs, group advising, promoting the safety and welfare of all residents, and individual counseling. This is a live-in, twelve month position.
Responsibilities:
Student Life: • Responsible for one or more of the following: - Promotes, organizes, and coordinates student related activities, functions, and campus special events; or - Promotes, organizes, schedules, and supervises student intramural/recreational programs; or - Promotes and supports campus clubs and organizations; maintaining contact with all clubs and organizations, including advisors. • Coordinates, prepares, and disseminates publications related to student activities including an up-to-date calendar of activities and events. • Coordinates campus volunteer programs in which student organizations sponsor and/or participate. Residence Life: • Directs, promotes and oversees residence life programming for assigned hall. • Trains, supervises and evaluates residence hall staff. • Interprets and explains college and departmental policies and procedures related to residence life to students, faculty, staff, and visitors. • Supervises the facility’s resident council. • Responsible for the overall operation of residence halls and its contents (furniture, computers, TV’s, etc.) • Coordinates summer camp programs. • Collects and maintains data regarding the general operation of residence halls and residence life programs. • Develops, maintains and enforces departmental policies and procedures. Issues citations as needed. • Oversees the move in and move out function of their residence facility. • Provides basic maintenance on small projects. • Monitor the food quality and service of the campus dining services; provide feedback to the Coordinator. • Keeps records related to health and safety inspections, intentional conversations, parent contact, and incident reports. Student Success: • Builds trust and positive relationships with their student residents to foster their academic and personal growth. • Actively listen to students and identify processes that creates pathways to their success. • Engage students in educational planning activities to help guide them to achieve their educational goals. • Empower students to identify and effectively communicate with faculty/staff and student services and become connected to campus resources. Safety: • Performs health, safety, and maintenance checks on their assigned residence hall on a regular basis. • Ensures the operation and maintenance of proper safety program in the residence hall. • Follows all safety and security policies and procedures consistently. • Ensures that the correct entry control processes are followed consistently. • Document all safety/security incidents accurately and timely. • Assist and diffuse potential volatile situations. • Ensuring the environment remains safe and secure by monitoring through all available resources.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree or an Associate’s Degree with residence life or similar experience. • Strong interpersonal communication skills and the ability to effectively work and interact respectfully within a diverse and inclusive environment. • Demonstrated leadership and supervisory abilities are required. • The incumbent will also be required to live in the residence hall 12 months per year. • Preferred: Student affairs experience. • Preferred: Previous graduate or professional work experience in residence life.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve month salary for this position is $25,000 annually with room and board. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System and generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities in Kilgore and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration’s website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at www.kilgore.edu/jobs.asp), a letter of interest, a resume, and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Professional Support Assistant - Intake & Placement Specialist
Support Personnel
Description:
The Intake & Job Placement Specialist for the Kilgore College Workforce Development and Continuing Education Department is primarily responsible for providing intake assessment of prospective applicants for the Texas Talent Connection (II) Grant and placement support for successful program graduates. This is a grant funded position.
Responsibilities:
Conducts intake assessment of prospective applicants for the Texas Talent Connection (II) Grant. Travels to area Workforce Solutions East Texas offices to recruit potential grant participants. Maintains a mutually supportive relationship with Workforce Solutions East Texas personnel. Works with Workforce Solutions East Texas Personnel to support job placement initiatives for successful program graduates. Accepts any related assignment given by the Texas Talent Connection (II) Grant Project Manager.
Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of an associate's degree or three to five years experience in a professional office environment. Requires professional communication and salesmanship skills, both written and verbal. Requires the ability to give attention to detail, perform job duties with a high degree of accuracy, provide quality customer service, and possess good human relations skills. Must be well organized, hard working, and self-motivated; having the ability to work with little supervision, yet function as a team member. Requires basic computer skills in Microsoft Word and Excel.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary range for this twelve-month position is $23,155 - $24,602. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System and generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Support Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. Upon employment, you will be required to submit Official Transcripts of all college course work. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees.
Professional Support Assistant - Dean of Business & Information Technology
Support Personnel
Description:
The purpose of this position is to provide extensive secretarial skills for the performance of duties of a complex nature requiring frequent use of discretion and independent judgment. The professional support assistant is responsible for serving in an overall secretarial capacity to the dean, department chairs, and faculty of the division.
Responsibilities:
Creating and maintaining a professional office environment with regular attendance of a full-time work day. Limited overtime hours may be required as necessary. • Supporting the dean and the division by performing related office duties such as answering the phone, sorting and distributing mail, greeting and screening visitors and students, assisting in keeping the dean’s appointment calendar, scheduling meetings, and preparing and distributing correspondence. • Maintaining office files, records and information such as personnel files, budget records, instructional rosters and office hour logs, etc. • Participating in the planning, evaluation, and improvement of office procedures. • Managing budget transfers between division accounts. • Assisting dean and department chairs with travel arrangements and accounting of expenses. • Communicating regularly, effectively, courteously and professionally with faculty, staff, students, and visitors in person, on the telephone, and via e-mail. • Gathering and coordinating application paperwork for new full-time and part time faculty. • Assisting in the collection, computation, processing and/or preparation of various personnel-related records such as adjunct/part time files, part time/overload pay, special pay requests, and other related information. • Taking and preparing minutes for various committees and meetings. • Preparing various reports, materials, and other projects as requested. • Maintaining and purchasing office supplies. • Assisting with registration activities such as registration input, schedule changes, track enrollment, coordinate early registration and advising within division. • Assisting departments and clubs within the division with special events/projects. • Other related duties as assigned by the dean.
Minimum Qualifications:
Associate’s degree in Office Professionals or related degree required. Extensive related work experience will be considered in lieu of formal education. • Minimum of 5 years related, full time work experience, preferably in an education setting. Supervisory or office management experience preferred. • Extensive computer skills to include Microsoft Word and Excel are required. • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Must be able to work in a typical office environment and get along in a courteous and professional manner with a diverse group of faculty, staff and students. • Must be able to handle high level of stress. • Must be organized, confidential, expedient, tactful, and even tempered.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary range for this twelve-month position is $23,155 - $24,602. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System and generous paid leave time are also furnished. In addition, full time employees have free use of the college’s recreational/fitness facilities and tuition scholarships are available for the employee and dependent children. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Support Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination. An offer of employment will be contingent upon passing a background check. All position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees.
Adjunct Accounting/Business Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 6000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The Business department provides instruction and training in accounting, business, and economics. Business students earn certificates and associate of applied science degrees as well as transfer credit to continue on to various universities. Economics is a required element in each degree and certificate. It is also part of the Core Curriculum of Kilgore College.
Responsibilities:
The Accounting/Business instructor is responsible for the education of students in various areas of business. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, instructing students in accounting and business; maintaining active relations with business and industry; advising and registering students; maintaining instructional labs; supervising student workers; working closely with other Business faculty and advisory committees to ensure that course offerings and degree plans remain relevant to the community; and serving on various departmental, divisional, and/or college committees as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in Accounting or Business with 18 graduate hours in Accounting; multiple teaching fields are preferred. Related work experience and previous teaching experience are also desirable. Excellent communication skills are required.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary for adjunct faculty members is based upon level of education and range from $1,800 per 3-hour course for a master's degree to $2,000 per 3-hour course for a doctorate.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled; however, review of applications will begin on or around January 10, 2019. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs.asp and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Adjunct Chemistry Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college located in East Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is an institution characterized by excellence in teaching and quality learning opportunities. This position is part of the teaching faculty within the Science & Health Sciences department and reports to the Lead Instructor.
Responsibilities:
This is an adjunct faculty position beginning in the Fall of 2018. Responsibilities will include teaching one or more Chemistry courses, developing appropriate course syllabi, and working with students as needed.
Minimum Qualifications:
Candidates for this position must have a mastery of chemistry and have a commitment to excellence in teaching at the community college level. The successful candidate for this position will have a masters degree or higher and a minimum of 18 graduate hours in chemistry. Preference will be given to applicants with college level teaching experience and those with eighteen graduate hours in more than one field.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary for adjunct faculty members is based upon level of education and range from $1,800 per 3-hour course for a master's degree to $2,000 per 3-hour course for a doctorate.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs.asp and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time English Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college located in East Texas. With approximately 5,800 students, Kilgore College is an institution characterized by excellence in teaching and quality learning opportunities. This position is part of the teaching faculty within the Language Development department and reports to the Department Chair.
Responsibilities:
This is a part-time faculty position. Expectations for this position include teaching one or more English courses during daytime hours and could also include the following: teach in afternoons and/or evenings (non-peak times) and use instructional technology in the classroom. English faculty members teach and supervise all learning experiences and evaluate student performance in the classroom.
Minimum Qualifications:
A mastery of the English language, a commitment to excellence in teaching at the community college level, and a master’s degree or higher with a minimum of eighteen graduate hours in English are required. Preference will be given to applicants with college teaching experience.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary for adjunct faculty members is based upon level of education and range from $1,800 per 3-hour course for a master's degree to $2,000 per 3-hour course for a doctorate.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Adjunct Instructor, Developmental English
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning.
Responsibilities:
Responsibilities will include teaching one or more Developmental Integrated Writing/Reading courses during daytime hours and could also include the following: teach in afternoons and/or evenings (non-peak times) and use instructional technology in the classroom. English faculty members teach and supervise all learning experiences and evaluate student performance in the classroom.
Minimum Qualifications:
An instructor of developmental courses must have the following: A bachelor’s degree with a major in the subject and a minimum of two years of successful teaching experience in public schools or college or a bachelor’s degree in a related subject with sufficient coursework in the subject to be taught and two years of successful teaching experience in public schools or college. Other qualifications to be considered are a teaching certificate in the subject, professional development activities (coursework, workshops, or conferences) emphasizing developmental education, prior evaluations of instruction, and teaching awards. Preference is given to candidates with college teaching experience.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary for adjunct faculty members is paid per class taught and based upon the member’s level of education.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Adjunct Mathematics Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The math department consists of 10 full time faculty members teaching a comprehensive curriculum of 23 courses ranging from developmental through calculus sequence and differential equations.
Responsibilities:
This is a part-time faculty position. Expectations for this position include teaching one or more college-level or developmental math courses during daytime hours and could also include the following: teach in afternoons and/or evenings (non-peak times); teach dual credit classes in high schools; and use instructional technology in the classroom. Math faculty members teach and supervise all learning experiences and evaluate student performance in the classroom.
Minimum Qualifications:
For developmental courses, a bachelor’s degree or higher is required. Since this course will be taught in a modular format the successful applicant must be proficient in the use of technology. For college level courses, a master’s degree or higher with a minimum of eighteen graduate hours in Mathematics is required. Preference will be given to applicants with college teaching experience. Candidates for this position should have a mastery of mathematics and have a commitment to excellence in teaching.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary is dependent upon the level of education. For a Bachelor’s degree $1500 for 3 hour course. For a Master’s degree $1,800 for 3 hour course. For Doctorate degree $2,000 for 3 hour course.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents, you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Adjunct Physics Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, public community college located in East Texas. We are an open-door, student centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The math/engineering/physics department has a comprehensive curriculum serving students needing developmental math, transfer, and workforce programs.
Responsibilities:
Teaching one or more physics classes and labs and working with students as needed. The courses which the adjunct instructor would be assigned would come from the following list of courses:  PHYS 1403 – Stars and Galaxies  PHYS 1404 – Solar System  PHYS 14501 – College Physics (Algebra-based)  PHYS 1405 – Elementary Physics Each of these classes will have a laboratory component.
Minimum Qualifications:
Master’s degree or higher with at least 18 graduate hours in Physics. Three years of experience teaching physics.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary is dependent upon the level of education. For a Master’s degree $1,800 for 3 hour course. For Doctorate degree $2,000 for 3 hour course.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at www.kilgore.edu/jobs), a letter of interest, a resume', and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. Only complete application packets will be reviewed. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Adjunct/Part Time - Associate Degree Nursing Program Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning.
Responsibilities:
The Adjunct/Part-time Instructor assumes responsibility for performance of all functions generally identified by the college as within the realms of the instructor. In addition, the instructor: Participates in planning, implementing and evaluating the teaching-learning process in the classroom, Simulation Lab, Skills Lab or clinical setting. Maintains accurate and complete course records as required by KC. Keeps abreast of current trends in education and nursing practice to improve his/her instructional ability. Maintains public relations with assigned clinical agencies to include assessing the adequacy of available clinical learning experiences. Works with theory instructors in planning and carrying out evaluation of nursing techniques. Refers students to appropriate references when indicated.
Minimum Qualifications:
Hold a current license to practice as a registered nurse in the states of Texas, hold a master’s or doctorate degree in nursing, have a minimum of 3 years associated work experience, show evidence of teaching abilities and maintaining current knowledge, clinical expertise and safety in subject area of teaching responsibility.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The salary for an adjunct/part-time faculty member is based upon level of education, years of teaching experience, and years of related work experience. MSN adjunct/part-time faculty will receive $35.00/hour. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/ retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled; however, review of applications will begin on or about November 1, 2018. Applicants must submit a current resumé, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Adjunct/Part-time Faculty Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resumé and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. Upon employment you will be required to submit Official Transcripts of all college course work, current immunizations and CPR status. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Adjunct Instructor - College Success and Education
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning.
Responsibilities:
This adjunct faculty position is responsible for the education of students in various college success and education courses. Responsibilities will include teaching one or more courses during daytime hours and could also include the following: teach in afternoons and/or evenings (non-peak times), teach on a high school credit in a dual credit class, and use instructional technology in the classroom as a required component of the course. Adjunct faculty members teach and supervise all learning experiences and evaluate student performance in the classroom.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in education or similar field and two years of successful teaching experience in public schools or college. Preference is given to candidates with college teaching experience.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary for adjunct faculty members is based upon level of education and range from $1,800 per 3-hour course for a master's degree to $2,000 per 3-hour course for a doctorate.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time Graphic Design Instructor (Adjunct)
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning.
Responsibilities:
Ability to instruct students in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop.
Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of an Associate's Degree in Graphic Design, 4 years full time professional experience, with a professional level portfolio
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Adjunct Pay Scale - Associate/Bachelor Degree - $1,700 for 3 credit hour class. Master's Degree - $1,800 for 3 credit hour class.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part-Time Testing Center Support, Testing Center at Kilgore College—Longview
Support Personnel
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and campus in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. Kilgore College - Longview offers a wide variety of credit, non-credit, and vocational course. The Kilgore College—Longview Testing Center is seeking a proctor to work 20 hours per week, 1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Responsibilities:
The Testing Center Support will provide assistance for the Testing Center Manager in the administration of the Testing Center. Duties include the following: • Knowledge of and ability to proctor various types of tests; • Maintaining records; • Answer and respond to phone calls, e-mail, and voice mail: • Greet and check-in students for testing and make testing appointments for students. • Implementing other duties, as assigned by the Kilgore College—Longview Testing Center Manager.
Minimum Qualifications:
The successful candidates must possess a combination of work experience and/or education that will provide the best fit for this position. Applicants must possess good written and verbal communication skills; have excellent computer skills; be well organized and thorough; be able to work well with little supervision; be able to deal professionally and courteously with a diverse student and employee population.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The hourly wage is $13 per hour.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at www.kilgore.edu/jobs), a letter of interest, a resume, and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. Transcripts, resumé and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time Campus Safety Officer
Support Personnel
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college located in East Texas. It is an open door, student centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. Kilgore College’s on-campus housing consists of Stark Hall which accommodates up to 164 male students, Nolen Hall which houses up to 200 female students, and the Quad Houses, our co-ed facility, which has a capacity of 137 students. This position will be supervised by the KC Police Department and will work cooperatively with the KC Residential Life staff. Campus safety officers will be primarily stationed within residence halls but may serve in other areas as needed.
Responsibilities:
These are non-residential, part time, 9-month positions providing evening and night safety services to students primarily within residence facilities on the Kilgore College campus but may serve in other areas as needed. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, ensuring a safe and secure residential environment for students; patrolling buildings and grounds to check for potential security and safety hazards; enforcing rules and regulations of KC; reporting irregularities, emergencies and suspicious activities to the appropriate office; and other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
A high school diploma or equivalent, possession of a valid driver’s license, and eligibility to drive a college owned and/or leased motor vehicle are required. Candidates must successfully pass a thorough background investigation prior to employment. Working conditions will require driving, walking, running, standing, stooping, climbing, crouching, pushing, jumping over, pulling, carrying, reaching above head, lifting, lowering, hand-wrist and elbow motion, grasping, and holding. Successful candidates must be able to provide creditable testimony in a court of law, as needed, and be able to operate a hand held radio. Successful candidates will possess a high energy level with innovative approaches to address student issues and challenges; possess excellent verbal communication skills; and have the ability to relate to an ethnically diverse college community.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The rate of pay is up to $11.00 per hour, depending upon experience. Worker’s compensation, a limited retirement plan, and complimentary membership to the College’s Parks Fitness Center are provided.
Application Process:
Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs. Phone: (903) 983-8103; FAX: (903) 983-8609. E-mail: HumanResources@kilgore.edu. Positions will remain open until filled. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time Evening Proctor - Testing Center - Kilgore Campus
Support Personnel
Description:
With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. This is a 12 month position with reporting hours of 3:45pm-8:00pm Monday through Thursday. Applicants may also be required to work some Saturdays.
Responsibilities:
Evening Proctors are responsible for proctoring standardized and non-standardized exams, disseminating information in writing and orally, and scheduling appointments. Additional duties include maintaining monthly reports, attending staff meetings and professional development activities, and running errands. This position will also be responsible for monitoring students primarily taking distance education course exams and some placement exams and other light clerical duties including answering phones and filing.
Minimum Qualifications:
The successful applicant will possess a high school diploma or TXCHSE certificate (although an Associate’s or higher degree is strongly preferred). Applicants must be very detail-oriented and organized, able to follow instructions carefully and be able to work with minimal supervision. The applicant must have strong written and verbal communication skills, and good computer skills and be able to work with diverse populations.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The salary is $13 per hour. Worker’s compensation insurance and a limited retirement plan are provided.
Application Process:
The position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College Support Personnel application form. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, and employment application (available on our web site at www.kilgore.edu/jobs.) Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time Front Office Specialist
Support Personnel
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and an extension center in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. KC-Longview provides a wide variety of academic, workforce education and community/continuing education opportunities, as well as a wide variety of student support services.
Responsibilities:
The front office specialist will be responsible for demonstrating radical hospitality to our students, faculty, and guests from 2:15 – 7:15 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Specific responsibilities include effectively handling student inquiries via phone and in person, setting appointments for our counselor and advisors, enrolling students in courses, and taking student payments. Additionally, the specialist will handle other general office duties, including but not limited to monitoring supplies, filling copy machines with paper and toner, keeping the reception area neat and stocked with promotional fliers, etc.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must have at least one year of office or customer service related experience and be highly functional with technology to include Microsoft Office. Excellent communication skills and a service-focused attitude are required.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The salary is $12 per hour. Worker’s compensation insurance and a limited retirement plan are provided.
Application Process:
The position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College Support Personnel application form. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, and employment application (available on our web site at www.kilgore.edu/jobs.) Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3) days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part-Time Testing Center Proctor, Testing Center at Kilgore College—Longview
Support Personnel
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and campus in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. Kilgore College - Longview offers a wide variety of credit, non-credit, and vocational course. The Kilgore College—Longview Testing Center is seeking a proctor to work 10-20 hours per week, 3:00 p.m. to closing (8:00 to 9:00 p.m.), and Friday mornings 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Responsibilities:
The Testing Center Proctor will provide assistance for the Testing Center Manager in the administration of the Testing Center. Duties include the following: • Proctor various types of tests; • Maintaining records; • Implementing other duties, as assigned by the Kilgore College—Longview Testing Center Manager.
Minimum Qualifications:
The successful candidates must possess a combination of work experience and/or education that will provide the best fit for this position. Applicants must possess good written and verbal communication skills; have excellent computer skills; be well organized and thorough; be able to work well with little supervision; be able to deal professionally and courteously with a diverse student and employee population.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The hourly wage is $13 per hour.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at www.kilgore.edu/jobs), a letter of interest, a resume, and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
eLearning Help Desk Support Technicians
Support Personnel
Description:
A federal grant-funded position reporting to the Title III Project Director and Title III Activity Director, to provide telephone and online technical support to students taking online classes or accessing Kilgore College online services.
Responsibilities:
Four technicians will be employed to work in teams of two, in an open computer lab, from 5 pm to midnight, either Tuesday and Thursday or Monday and Wednesday. Teams will alternate Sunday shifts of 5-11 pm. Each shift will include a 30-minute break, providing the technicians with alternative work weeks of 18.5 hours and 13 hours.
Minimum Qualifications:
High School Diploma or GED Dependable and trustworthy Ability to use internet tools, Microsoft Office, and Blackboard Platform Ability to handle tech support calls in a courteous manner Ability to interact with persons online, on the telephone and in person.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
$8.50 per hour. Worker’s compensation insurance and a limited retirement plan are provided.
Application Process:
The position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College Support Personnel application form. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, and employment application (available on our web site at www.kilgore.edu/jobs.) Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3) days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination
Part-time Instructor, Transportation Institute
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
The Kilgore College Workforce Development and Continuing Education (WDCE) department provides life-long learning opportunities for adults in the community. This is a part time position with instruction times varying depending on the course of instruction. Part time instructor are added to the instructor pool and will instruct on a course by course basis as needed.
Responsibilities:
The successful applicant will be responsible for instructing short term training in day-time, evening or weekend courses pertaining to obtaining a Class A Commercial Driver’s License. The specific duties include, but are not limited to the following: write/review course descriptions and learning outcomes, build/supplement curriculum as needed, provide instruction and ensure all elements of training are in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicant must possess a current Class A Commercial Driver’s License with a tanker endorsement and at least five years of truck driving experience. The applicant will preferably possess a minimum of an associate’s degree and have training experience. Applicant must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills; have effective presentation and computer skills; be well organized and thorough; be able to work well with little supervision; demonstrate patience, teaching ability and listening and be able to deal professionally and courteously with a diverse student and employee population.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Pay is commiserate with education and experience. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/ retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep. This position does not qualify for other Kilgore College benefits.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until the instructor position has been filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at www.kilgore.edu/jobs), a letter of interest, resume, a copy of relevant certifications and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. Only complete application packets will be reviewed. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part-time Instructor (pool), WDCE – Risk Management Institute
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
The Kilgore College Workforce Development and Continuing Education (WDCE) department provides life-long learning opportunities for adults in the community. This is a part time position providing instruction in one or more of the following topics: safety, OSHA, DOT regulations, CDL, electrical or logistics. Part time instructors will be added to the instructor pool and will instruct on a course by course basis as needed.
Responsibilities:
Part time instructors will be responsible for instructing short term training in day-time, evening or weekend courses depending on the course of instruction. The specific duties include, but are not limited to the following: teach assigned course, prepare syllabi and instruction materials, coordinate lectures, tests and evaluate, maintain highest possible standards of classroom instruction, keep abreast of new information and developments in field of instruction, assist with the development of curriculum.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants will preferably possess a minimum of an associate’s degree and have at least three years of experience or necessary certifications in the topic of the course of instruction. Applicants must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills; have excellent computer skills; be well organized and thorough; be able to work well with little supervision; and be able to deal professionally and courteously with a diverse student population.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Pay is commiserate with education and experience. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep. This position does not qualify for other Kilgore College benefits.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until all course instructor positions have been filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at https://www.kilgore.edu/jobs), a letter of interest, resume, and copy of relevant certifications and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. Only complete application packets will be reviewed. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time Clinical Instructor, Vocational Nursing Program
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a comprehensive public community college with a campus in Kilgore and campus in Longview, Texas. With approximately 5,800 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. Kilgore College - Longview offers a wide variety of credit, non-credit, and vocational courses.
Responsibilities:
The Vocational Nursing Clinical Instructor is under the direction of the Department Chair of Nursing at Kilgore College—Longview. Duties include the following: • Supervise students in clinical settings • Evaluate students • Maintain records • Work two to three days per week
Minimum Qualifications:
The successful candidate must be a registered nurse with a current Texas license. A baccalaureate degree in nursing is preferred. A minimum of three years of post-certification work experience as an RN is preferred. Applicants must possess good written and verbal communication skills; have good computer skills; be well organized and thorough; be able to work well with little supervision; be able to deal professionally and courteously with a diverse student and employee population.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary will be $25 per hour. Worker’s compensation, a limited retirement plan, and complimentary membership to the College’s Parks Fitness Center are provided. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possible the Government Pension Office (GPO) laws.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at www.kilgore.edu/jobs.asp), a letter of interest, a resume, and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. These documents can be uploaded with your application. If for some reason you receive an error message you may send your documents to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time Instructor - WDCE, Industrial Technology
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
The Kilgore College Workforce Development and Community Education (WDCE) department provides life-long learning opportunities for adults in the community. This is a part time position providing instruction in one or more of the following topics: safety, material handling, quality, logistics, manufacturing processes & production, maintenance awareness, product receiving, product storage, order processing, packaging and shipment, inventory control, safe handling of hazmat materials, measurements and metric conversions. Part time instructors will be added to the instructor pool and will instruct on a course by course basis as needed.
Responsibilities:
Part time instructors will be responsible for instructing short term training in either day-time, evening or weekend courses depending on the course of instruction. The specific duties include, but are not limited to the following: teach assigned course, prepare syllabi and instruction materials, coordinate lectures, tests and evaluate, maintain highest possible standards of classroom instruction, keep abreast of new information and developments in field of instruction, assist with the development of curriculum.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants will preferably possess a minimum of an associate’s degree and have at least three years of experience or necessary certifications in the topic of the course of instruction. Applicants must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills; have excellent computer skills; be well organized and thorough; be able to work well with little supervision; and be able to deal professionally and courteously with a diverse student population. A background check will be required for some teaching assignments.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Pay is commiserate with education and experience. Kilgore College does not participate in the federal Social Security program. As a result, employees/retirees of the college are subject to the federal Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and possibly the Government Pension Offset (GPO) laws. For information on the WEP and the GPO, visit the Social Security Administration's website at http://www.ssa.gov/gpo-wep. This position does not qualify for other Kilgore College benefits.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until all course instructor positions have been filled. Applicants must submit a Kilgore College application for employment (available online at https://www.kilgore.edu/jobs), a letter of interest, resume, and copy of relevant certifications and unofficial transcripts of any college course work. Only complete application packets will be reviewed. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Various Non-Credit Instructors
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is seeking instructors to teach the following non-credit classes: • Adobe—InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop • Computer Applications—Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint • Drone Technology • Financial / Retirement Planning • Marketing on the Web • Massage Therapy • QuickBooks • Real Estate • Social Media for Business • Web Design Please contact Julie Allee for more information, jallee@kilgore.edu
Responsibilities:
Please contact Janis Carrington for more information, jcarrington1@kilgore.edu.
Minimum Qualifications:
Please contact Janis Carrington for more information, jcarrington1@kilgore.edu.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Please contact Janis Carrington for more information, jcarrington1@kilgore.edu.
Application Process:
Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Fax - 903-983-8609, Human Resources office 903-983-8103. Kilgore College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3) days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.
Part Time ESOL/ESL Instructor
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
Kilgore College is a two-year, comprehensive public community college located in East Texas. With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is an institution characterized by excellence in teaching and quality learning opportunities. This position is part of the teaching faculty within the Language Development department and reports to the Department Chair.
Responsibilities:
This is a part-time faculty position. Expectations for this position include teaching one intensive ESOL class in an 8-week term with two levels of instruction (intermediate and advanced) within each class. The classes will be held during daytime hours (generally morning hours). Faculty are expected to use technology in the classroom. ESOL faculty teach and supervise all learning experiences and evaluate student performance in the classroom.
Minimum Qualifications:
The successful candidate for a position will have a master of arts degree in TESOL or a closely related field with TESOL certification along with at least two years of teaching experience in the ESOL/ESL field to adult learners. Preference will be given to applicants with college-level teaching experience.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary for adjunct faculty members is based upon level of education and starts at $3,000 for a master's degree for the Intensive ESOL courses that meet approximately two hours per day, four days per week in 8-week terms.
Application Process:
This position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit a current resume, letter of interest, completed Kilgore College Faculty and Professional Staff Application form which can be found at www.kilgore.edu/jobs and unofficial transcripts of college course work. Transcripts, resume' and letter of interest can be uploaded with the application for employment. Should you receive an error message when uploading these documents you may email them to tjohnson@kilgore.edu. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3)days of being hired. Failure to submit proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.

For information about Human Resources:

Human Resources
Phone:
(903) 983-8103
Office:
McLaurin Admin. Building (MCLRN)
Fax:
(903) 983-8609
Tony Johnson
Director
Human Resources
Phone:
(903) 983-8102
Office:
McLaurin Admin. Bldg. (MCLRN)
Fax:
(903) 983-8609
Jerri Saenz
HR Assistant and Benefits Coord.
Human Resources
Phone:
(903) 983-8103
Office:
McLaurin Admin. Bldg. (MCLRN)
Fax:
(903) 983-8609
Jesseca Stout
Payroll Assistant
Human Resources
Phone:
(903) 983-8605
Kristina Hamilton
Payroll Manager
Business Office
Phone:
(903) 983-8113
Office:
McLaurin Admin. Building, 1st Floor