Job Openings

Kilgore College is accepting applications for the following positions:

Available Jobs

Department Chair / Instructor, Kinesiology Department
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. The kinesiology department is an integral part of the education offerings of the college. The kinesiology department consists of 5 full-time faculty and 12 adjunct faculty teaching a variety of lecture and activity courses.
Responsibilities:
Coordinate a plan that ensures department effectiveness and an innovative approach to kinesiology activities. Coordinate transfer pathways for college athletes. Manage textbook selections, syllabi revisions, and curriculum revisions. Facilitate development of departmental budget(s). Facilitate the exploration and initiation of instructional uses of technology. Coordinate the maintenance of property entrusted to the department. Additional responsibilities also include advisement and registration of students and evaluation of full-time and adjunct faculty. All full time faculty are required to complete online course certification through the KC Faculty Innovation Center within their first year of employment. It is expected that all instructors participate in committee work, professional development activities, and student recruitment/retention activities.
Minimum Qualifications:
A master’s degree or higher in kinesiology, health and physical education or exercise science is required. A minimum of three (3) years experience as an instructor is required. Preference will be given to the applicants with five or more years of college teaching and experience teaching web courses. Applicants must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a demonstrated commitment to the community college philosophy of education.
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. with a stipend of $5,000. 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 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.
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.
Sociology 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 2018
Responsibilities:
This is a nine-month faculty position with a full load consisting of 15 contact hours, 10 office hours, and 5 on campus hours. Employment will begin January, 2019. Expectations for this position will include the following: teach in morning, afternoons and possibly even in the evenings on rare occasions; 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. Primary responsibility is the teaching of SOCI 1301 and SOCI 1306. Other responsibilities may include participation in the general education/assessment program; on-going curriculum planning and review; professional/instructional development; participation in committee activities; student registration, advisement, recruitment, and retention activities; and other related duties 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:
Candidates for this position must have a minimum of a master’s degree, preferably in sociology, and at least 18 graduate hours in sociology, and at least one year of successful teaching experience.
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. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be conducted beginning October 15, 2018 and continue until a candidate is hired. 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.
Systems Administrator - Domain/Server Support
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
The Systems Administrator – Domain/Server Support performs advanced professional and complex technical work related to the development, implementation, maintenance, and monitoring of the Windows domain; enterprise Windows servers; enterprise Linux servers; and enterprise storage. The position is responsible for the installation, testing, maintenance and enhancement of the Windows domain. The position is responsible for installation, testing, maintenance and administration of enterprise servers. The position is responsible for installation, testing, maintenance and administration of enterprise storage. Work is performed under general direction with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment.
Responsibilities:
• Administration and support of the Windows domain, including user accounts, group accounts, network printer configurations, file/folder permissions and group policies. • Administration and support of all enterprise (Windows and Linux) servers, including hardware upgrades, operating system upgrades and other essential software updates. • Administration and support of storage area network (SAN), including monitoring of storage utilization and adjusting storage allocation as changes occur. • Administration of backups and restores for all enterprise servers. • Provide support to Systems Support Specialists for enterprise updates. • Creates and maintains technical documentation to support all hardware and operating systems. • Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university; or two to five years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. • Experience in maintaining a Windows Server 2012/2016 virtual environment. • Experience in maintaining a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and/or 7 virtual environment. • Experience in working with Microsoft Active Directory. • Strong analytical skills. • Demonstrated ability to quickly acquire new technical skills. • Ability to estimate time requirements for tasks and to deliver results as scheduled. • Demonstrated effective written and oral communication skills. • Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully, manage multiple projects simultaneously, and make sound decisions. • Ability to manage multiple and changing priorities in a fast-paced environment. • Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with a diverse group of colleagues and end users. • Ability to work both independently and as a team member. • Service-oriented attitude.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve-month salary range is $42,127 - $44,760. 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 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. 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.
Kilgore College East Texas Oil Museum Manager
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
The Kilgore College East Texas Oil Museum is an auxiliary operation of the College. Its mission is to preserve and illustrate the influence of oil and the oil industry on East Texas’ economic, social, and cultural development. The Museum also provides a convenient venue for meeting/events. The ETOM Manager will provide day to day support of this mission.
Responsibilities:
Responsible for all duties associated with the daily operations of the ETOM including: • Maintain required office/operating hours • Arrange tours for schools or other groups • Recruit/Train volunteers and part-time staff • Organize and schedule volunteers and part-time staff to conduct tours/perform other duties • Examine exhibits and objects periodically and arrange for repair as needed • Submit work orders as necessary to maintain facility and grounds • Conduct inventory and order merchandise to replenish as warranted • Maintain records and documents regarding exhibits and museum history • Plan, organize and conduct the annual East Texas Energy Symposium in conjunction with volunteers
Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree • Knowledge of the East Texas Oil & Gas Field and History • Ability to Accommodate a Flexible Work Schedule • Detail Oriented with Exceptional Time-Management Skills • Excellent Communication and Interpersonal Skills • Ability to Utilize Social Media Platforms • Proficient in Microsoft Office and QuickBooks
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve month salary for this position is $35,000. 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.
Workforce Development Specialist
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
This position has primary responsibility for the marketing and outreach of non-credit training opportunities offered by the Science & Health Sciences Division. This position works closely with the Instructional Dean to strategize and implement ways to increase non-credit Continuing Education and Workforce Education training needs and to advance program and revenue goals.
Responsibilities:
• Works closely with the Instructional Division Dean and credit faculty to identify non-credit Continuing Education and Workforce Education training needs. • Works with Kilgore College marketing department to conduct outreach activities. • Maintains positive working relationships with business/industry, public entities, students, faculty and staff. • Helps to integrate Continuing Education and Workforce Development into the credit instructional program. • Recruits, screens, and advises students • Works with Grant Writer to secure funding for training incumbent workers. • Identifies instructors and assists them with curriculum development and implementation. • Works with the Instructional Division Dean and Department Chairs to develop course schedules. • Coordinates evaluation of course and instructor effectiveness, to include student and business/industry satisfaction. • Works with business/industry to identify gaps in worker education and training. • Coordinate with other campus divisions to help clients and potential customers develop workable client-centered training. • Meets specific contact hour and revenue targets. • Adheres to Texas Higher Education Board rules and regulations to ensure maximum contact hour generation. • Attends advisory committee meetings and meets with Economic Development Corporations. • Participates in promotional activities and trade shows. • Manages budget. • This position requires working evening hours to support the schedule of many continuing education classes. Hours will be from 9:45 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and from 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. on Fridays. Will require flexibility in actual hours as required by the department, students, and business clients. Some travel will be required.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in a medical or related field and a minimum of three to five years of experience in a related industry. Master’s preferred. • Experience with Continuing Education or Workforce Programs preferred. Experience developing partnerships and collaborations with medical organizations preferred. Requires professional communication and salesmanship/marketing skills including the ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of diverse audiences including clients, business partners, medical professionals, students, faculty, staff, and management. • Proficiency in Computer skills. • Must be a well-organized, self-motivated, self-starting and high energy individual. • Requires attention to detail and effective customer service skills.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve-month salary range is $37,647 - $40,000, depending upon education and work experience. 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; however, initial review of application materials will begin on around October 22, 2018. 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 position appointments are subject to approval by the college's Board of Trustees
Instructional Dean - Business & Information Technology
Faculty and Professional Staff
Description:
With approximately 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The Dean is the leader of an instructional division and serves as the supervisor of faculty leaders, staff, and all activities for programs and departments within the division. This position reports to the Vice President of Instruction and Chief Academic Officer.
Responsibilities:
Provides leadership for employees with exemplary work habits, fiscal responsibility, and personal professional development. Contributes to the development of institutional goals, policies and direction as related to instruction by serving on the College's Instructional Council. Oversees staffing, advising, evaluating, budgeting, scheduling, and daily functioning of the division. Serves as the primary liaison between the faculty and the administration. Is responsible for continuous quality improvement and institutional effectiveness of division programs and departments. Assists with coordinating dual credit courses at off-campus sites if applicable. Oversees workforce development and continuing education related to the division if applicable. Ensures compliance with regulations of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, and other agencies as required. Keeps the Vice President of Instruction and the Vice President of Institutional Planning informed of changes in the instructional program which might necessitate reporting at the state and/or regional accrediting level. Represents Kilgore College through community involvement and activities. Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
Master’s degree in an appropriate discipline. Doctorate preferred. At least five years of full-time college teaching, plus a minimum of three years of administrative experience at the college level. Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal. Must have a broad understanding of academic and workforce education. Must have appropriate computer and supervisory skills. Must be able to work with little supervision and to deal professionally and courteously with a diverse student and employee population.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary will be commensurate with education and work experience. Health, life, and income protection insurance are provided. An excellent retirement program through the Teacher Retirement System or Optional Retirement Program (ORP). 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. 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.
Police Officer
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 5,600 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The KCPD is a fully licensed law enforcement agency within the State of Texas.
Responsibilities:
Officers are responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all college personnel, students and visitors as well as all college property. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, patrolling the college and surrounding area; conducting investigations; completing offense/incident reports; responding to requests for assistance; maintaining activity logs; testifying in court, when requested; developing and maintaining good working relationships with area law enforcement agencies; and enforcing college rules, regulations, city ordinances, and state and federal laws. Work hours will vary depending on the needs of the department.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must meet the following requirements to be considered for employment as a police officer for the Kilgore College Police Department: be eligible to work in the United States; be at least 21 years of age; possess a driving record that meets KCPD standards; possess or have the ability to possess a Texas driver’s license; be of good moral character and have a stable school, work and driving record; not have been discharged from any military service under less than honorable conditions; hold an active Texas Peace Officer license or meet criteria established by TCOLE to be commissioned as a Texas Peace Officer at the time of employment; possess good written and oral communication skills; and be able to interact with the community in a positive manner.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The salary for this twelve month position is $36,000. Additional pay for an Advance or Masters certificate. 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 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. 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, International Student Admissions Specialist
Support Personnel
Description:
This position manages the recruitment, admissions, and orientation processes of the International Student Program. This position also maintains Kilgore College's SEVIS files in compliance with the Department of Homeland Security requirements.
Responsibilities:
• Manages the processing of international admissions applications into the student information system • Processes and reviews international admissions application for content and accuracy • Serves as international student services advisor • Maintains the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) for Kilgore College • Serves as a SEVIS designated school official (DSO) • Issues SEVIS forms I-20 • Write, run, and distribute office and campus specific reports as needed • Coordinates international student orientation • Evaluates international student eligibility for curricular practical training (CPT) and optional practical training (OPT) • Contributes to data accuracy and integrity • Serves as international admissions point of contact with prospective, current, and former international students • Serves as the admissions liaison with KC’s English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program • Provides general information about KC in both oral and written formats. • Represent KC in a cordial, professional manner in both action and appearance • Performs routine office duties • Works directly with the KC Cashier’s Office • Assists students, faculty, and staff with specific records questions • Contribute to the overall welcoming environment of KC • Other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications:
• Associate’s degree in Office Professionals or related degree required. Extensive related work experience will be considered in lieu of formal education. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) and data entry required • Familiarity with the Poise or Jenzabar EX student information systems preferred • Effective oral and written communications skills are a must • This position requires the application of effective office procedures and organization skills as well as the ability to work independently and as a team member.
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 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.
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 one-year 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 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.
Support Specialist - Purchasing/Accounts Payable
Support Personnel
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.
Responsibilities:
The Purchasing/Accounts Payable Clerk position provides support in the Purchasing and Accounts Payable functions. Primary duties in the Accounts Payable department include matching accounts payable documentation and appropriate data entry in preparation for routine check runs; provide back-up for the processing of check runs and filing of completed check documentation. Primary duties in the Purchasing department include various clerical duties involving the processing of purchase orders and preparation of campus wide allocation charges, included but not limited to copy machine and long-distance charges. Data entry in Jenzabar EX for processing of payments and matching of source documentation. Processing of routine check runs for distribution. Preparation of monthly utilities and specific vendor payments. Cross-training in the overall Purchasing and Accounts Payable process. Detailed spreadsheet compilation. Disbursing purchasing orders. Reconciling various vendor statements.
Minimum Qualifications:
Some business or accounting coursework or 1+ year experience in bookkeeping and/or accounts receivable/accounts payable. Must have excellent organizational skills and be detail oriented. Spreadsheet expertise essential. Must be self-motivated and task oriented. Must be able to prioritize assign tasks and remain flexible in scheduling of responsibilities.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve month salary range is $21,244 - $22,572 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.
Continuing Education Support Specialist - Admission & Registrar
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 5,400 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. This position is a part of the Admissions and Registrar’s Office team and typically works 9:45 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. on Friday.
Responsibilities:
This position reports to the Director of Enrollment Management & Registrar. The support specialist is primarily responsible for staffing the Registrar’s office in the evening. This person’s responsibilities include working closely with various continuing education coordinators to create courses in the college’s computer system, student registration, drop/adds, and withdrawals. Other duties include but are not limited to, assisting students at the front desk, preparing and monitoring class rolls; preparing end of course paperwork consisting of course certificates of completion, instructor evaluations, and student course evaluations; inputting student grades into Jenzabar upon course completion; contacting students regarding course cancellations and registration status; closing the office in the evening; and establishing and maintaining cooperative relationships with representatives from communities, customers, employees, and public entities.
Minimum Qualifications:
All applicants should have at minimum an associate’s degree and 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; requires basic computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Jenzabar EX or similar software; must have the ability to physically move furniture and set-up classrooms unaided as needed.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The twelve month salary range is $21,244 - $22,572 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; however, initial review of application materials will begin on or around September 19, 2018. 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. 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 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.
Adjunct Computer and Information Technology 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 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The Computer and Information Technology (CIT) department provides academic transfer courses in business computer applications and computer programming, as well as workforce education courses in computer networking, cybersecurity, operating systems, software development, and office applications.
Responsibilities:
This is a part-time faculty position starting in January. Expectations for this position include teaching one or more CIT courses. Current course needs include Cybersecurity and Computer System Forensics, Python scripting, and Microsoft Office courses. Responsibilities could also include the following: teaching during the daytime or in the evening; teaching online courses; and using instructional technology in the classroom. CIT faculty members teach and supervise all learning experiences and evaluate student performance in the classroom.
Minimum Qualifications:
For information technology courses, an associate’s degree in information technology plus five years of experience as an IT professional is required; a bachelor’s degree is preferred. For business computer applications and computer programming courses, a master’s degree or higher with at least 18 graduate hours in computer science or computer information systems is required. Preference will be given to applicants with college teaching experience.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Salary is dependent upon the level of education, ranging from $1700 to $2000 for a three credit 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.
Adjunct English 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 5,000 students, Kilgore College is a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning.
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); teach dual credit classes in high schools; 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.
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.
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. An adjunct instructor is being sought for the Spring 2018 semester for face-to-face or online course offerings.
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.
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.
Responsibilities:
The evening proctor will work Monday-Thursday from 3p.m. - 8p.m. and will be responsible for monitoring students primarily taking distance education course exams and some placement exams. In addition, this position is responsible for providing testing information to students, assisting them in scheduling testing appointments and other light clerical duties including answering phones and filing.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must possess a high school diploma, have good organizational and verbal skills and must be detail oriented and thorough. Additionally, the successful candidate will have the ability to work in a cordial, professional manner with diverse population groups and have the necessary sensitivity to ensure student privacy as well as test security. Previous experience with computers and Microsoft software are necessary. Associate’s degree preferred.
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.)
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.
Part Time Administrative Assistant -Workforce Development & Continuing Education
Support Personnel
Description:
The Part Time Administrative Assistant is primarily responsible for providing administrative clerical support for the Texas Talent Connection (II) Grant. This is a one-year grant funded position.
Responsibilities:
Performs clerical and receptionist duties for the Texas Talent Connection (II) Grant team. Prepares grant application packets. Contacts prospective grant students to schedule intake and follow-up appointments. Maintains student grant files. Prepares course classroom materials for instructors. Prepares end of course paperwork consisting of course certificates of completion, instructor evaluations, and student course evaluations. Assists with grant marketing mailings. Accepts any related assignment given by the Texas Talent Connection (II) Grant Project Manager.
Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of three to five years of experience in a professional office environment. Certificate or associate's degree preferred. Requires professional communication 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:
This position pays $10.00/hour and is limited to working 19 hours per week.
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.
Part Time Police Officer
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, we are a student-centered institution characterized by excellence in teaching and learning. The Kilgore College Police Department (KCPD) is a fully licensed law enforcement agency in the State of Texas.
Responsibilities:
Officers are responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all college personnel, students and visitors as well as all college property. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, patrolling the college and surrounding area; conducting investigations; completing offense/incident reports; responding to requests for assistance; maintaining activity logs; testifying in court, when requested; developing and maintaining good working relationships with area law enforcement agencies; and enforcing college rules, regulations, and state and federal laws.
Minimum Qualifications:
Part time officers work up to 19 hours per week, primarily evening shifts, and may be assigned to either Kilgore or Longview locations. Preference will be given to individuals who can accept any shift assignment. Applicants must meet the following requirements to be considered for employment as a police officer for the KCPD: ● Must be eligible to work in the United States. ● Minimum of 21 years of age. ● Driving record must meet KCPD standards. All applicants must possess or have the ability to possess a Texas driver’s license. ● Must be of good moral character and have a stable school, work and driving record. ● Must not have been discharged from any military service under less than honorable conditions. ● Must hold an active Texas Peace Officer license or meet criteria established by TCOLE to obtain licensure. ● Must possess good written and oral communication skills. ● Must be able to interact with the community in a positive manner.
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
The rate of pay is $14.00 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. Job will remain open until filled.
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.
Part-time Instructor (pool), Advanced Welding Academy
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 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 and conducting all activities necessary for the operation of the Advanced Welding Academy in short term training day-time, evening or weekend formats 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, student recruitment and retention, records management, maintenance of the instructional lab and promotion of the program in the industrial and academic community.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants will preferably possess a minimum of an associate’s degree or higher in welding or an equivalent degree and have at least five years of experience or necessary certifications in the topic of the course of instruction. Applicants must have superior skills in advanced structural steel welding, pipe welding, pipefitting and pressure vessel layout and fabrication. Applicants must also 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. Preference will be given to applicants with training experience and/or AWS weld inspector certification.
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.
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.
Part Time Phlebotomy Technician 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. The Instructors teach program curriculum and/or professional certification course work in a variety of vocational areas aimed at meeting the critical workforce needs of employers in the surrounding areas.
Responsibilities:
The responsibility of a Continuing Education Instructor is to provide the most effective instruction possible in his/her discipline. Supervision is received from appropriate supervisor. The Continuing Education Instructor works to ensure that his/her instruction is meeting the educational needs of all students. Continuing Education Instructors are hired in a part-time capacity, contingent upon the needs of the department. Classes are offered during daytime, evenings, and weekends as well as some College holidays. Classes are offered at various times and locations during the academic year as well as at various campuses and offsite.
Minimum Qualifications:
Program curriculum encompasses the key knowledge, hands-on skills and attitudes necessary for successful entry level phlebotomy technician practice in a community-based phlebotomy setting. High School diploma/GED, Minimum 3 years practical experience working in the field; experience working at a clinical/laboratory facility preferred. Current Certified Phlebotomy Technician certification (applicants must be able to provide proof of certification prior to beginning employment.) Excellent customer service, organizational and motivational skills. Ability to teach students using different teaching styles and methods. Two years prior teaching experience Preferred. All applicants must demonstrate the ability to deploy effective adult-centered teaching and have a commitment to excellence in teaching. Applicants must have 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:
$30/hour. Worker’s compensation, a limited retirement plan, and complimentary membership to the College’s Parks Fitness Center are provided.
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.
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 Julie Allee for more information, jallee@kilgore.edu
Minimum Qualifications:
Please contact Julie Allee for more information, jallee@kilgore.edu
Salary Range & Fringe Benefits:
Please contact Julie Allee for more information, jallee@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.
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 HumanResources@kilgore.edu.
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.

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