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Employment Opportunities at Crowder College

Thank you for visiting the Crowder College Employment page. Positions currently open at Crowder College are listed below, with links to full job descriptions and application instructions. For further information, you may call the Office of Human Resources, 417-455-5726. All positions require a Crowder application form to be completed. Get a Crowder College Application for Employment Form here.

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Unless otherwise directed, applications for Crowder positions should be sent to:

Office of Human Resources
Crowder College
601 Laclede
Neosho MO 64850

or emailed to: HR@crowder.edu or FAXed to 417-455-5747.

Applications or inquiries concerning adjunct (part-time) or online teaching positions should be sent to:

Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs

or emailed to: AcademicAffairs@crowder.edu.

To see the Crowder College Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies, please follow this link: EEO Policy

To see the Crowder College Annual Security & Fire Safety Report, please follow this link: Safety Report


Full-time Positions:

Art Instructor – Crowder College – Neosho. Nine-month Full-time position. The Art Instructor is responsible for teaching art courses as assigned by the division chair and in keeping with the major functions as outlined on the job description. Assignments may include all delivery methods (traditional, online, ITV and hybrid). These may include, but are not limited to, beginning levels of studio classes (painting, drawing, 2-d design, printmaking, art appreciation). Assist students with advising as needed, sponsoring the Art Club, and coordinating the art curriculum. Other duties include leading the mural program, with three hours of load dedicated to this, and community outreach. The mural program includes but is not limited to production of murals, planning, installation, painting, and working closely with the Newton County Tourism Council. This position will be instrumental in the development of the new printmaking lab and courses. Position begins with the Fall 2016 semester. Knowledge and critical skills/experience for the position include:

  • Master’s degree required with a minimum of 18 hours in Painting, 18 hours in Printmaking, and 18 hours in Art History all at the graduate level. Master of Fine Arts Degree preferred.
  • Experience in teaching preferred, with preference given to those with teaching experience at the college level and Graduate Teaching Assistant.
  • Experience in mural painting, acrylic (we do not use oil paint) and knowledge in safe art practices for each medium preferred.
  • Extensive experience framing artwork, stretching canvases and hanging art shows is a must.
  • Experience in printmaking and printing presses.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to plan, organize, order supplies, set course fee budget, and implement responsibilities effectively.
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students, other professionals, staff, and the public.

Salary range $36,386 – $46,578 for nine months, commensurate with education/experience. To apply, send letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and employment application to Human Resources or email to HR@crowder.edu. Open until filled. EOE (posted 2/5/2016)

Full-time, 12-Month, Behavior Therapist, Crowder College Behavior Support Center, Grant Funded Position. Behavior Therapist will work with families and school districts in a 12-week parent training program. Responsibilities include bridging the gap between the family and academic setting by meeting with the child in their academic setting and weekly family sessions conducted in the child’s home. Additional responsibilities include, conducting assessments, developing and implementing behavior plans, increasing language, academic skills and social skills and training caregivers and school personnel on behavior change strategies. The successful candidate must possess:

  • Master’s degree in Psychology, Social work, or Counseling.
  • LPC or LCSW license required.
  • Experience working with children with autism, behavioral challenges or varying disabilities.
  • Ability to drive an automobile and a clean driving record required.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to plan, organize and implement responsibilities effectively.
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students, other professionals, staff, and the public.

Salary range is $42,000 – $47,000, dependent upon education and experience. Position has full fringe benefits including PSRS retirement, health and life insurance, and tuition waivers for dependents. To apply, send letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and employment application to Human Resources Office, Crowder College, 601 Laclede, Neosho, MO 64850 or email to HR@crowder.edu. Open until filled; application review begins two weeks from posting; immediate start date. Continuation of position dependent upon continued grant funding. EOE. (Posted 2/4/2016)

Transport Training Instructors, Crowder College, Full-Time 12 Month Positions, Positions are Grant Funded under the MoSTEMWins Round IV TAACCCT Grant and/or through external contracts and dependent upon continued funding. Transport Training Instructor is responsible for providing instruction to students in all areas of transport training to include backing, driving (pre-trip inspection), safety, etc., in accordance with college guidelines and accepted industry standards. Requirements for position:

  1. Must have or qualify for Missouri Technical Education Teacher Certification.
  2. Minimum of five years occupational experience directly related to truck driving.
  3. Current Class “A” CDL and safe driving record (no moving violations in the last 3 years, no chargeable accidents in last 2 years).
  4. High School diploma or GED.
  5. Must complete and pass D.O.T. physical and drug test.
  6. Have the ability to work with students on all levels and complete job assignments.
  7. Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students, other professionals, staff and the public.

Salary Range $34,106 – $46,561, depending on education and experience. To apply, send letter of interest, resume, copies of transcript(s), and employment application to Human Resources or email to HR@crowder.edu. Application review begins immediately. Open until filled. Anticipated start date 2/1/2016. EOE. (posted 2/1/2016)

Director of Admissions. The primary responsibility of the Director of Admissions position is to conceptualize, direct, oversee, and evaluate the recruiting and admissions function of the College and assist in the marketing and enrollment management functions. Responsibilities include new student recruitment such as college visits, college fairs, high school visits, special recruitment events, and responses to admission inquiries. The Director is also responsible for providing marketing support for new student recruitment and other marketing efforts. Enrollment management responsibilities includes strategic support to improve retention and student success. The Director and admissions staff support the enrollment effort during peak enrollment periods. The Director oversees all admission department staff and student workers, the A+ program, international admissions, and the Student Ambassadors Program. The Director also serves as the Primary DSO for I-20s and international student records in SEVIS. This position is a 12 month, full-time position.

Knowledge and Critical Skills/Experience include:

  1. Master’s degree required in educational administration, communications, marketing or related field desirable. Supervisory experience and/or training also desirable.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge, competence and significant experience in higher education admissions and/or enrollment management.
  3. Ability to establish priorities, set deadlines, and meet goals.
  4. Proficient in data analysis with a proven record of successfully using data-driven decision-making methods.
  5. Experience working with college students, enrollment trends, or sales, preferred.
  6. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  7. Ability to plan, organize, and implement responsibilities effectively.
  8. Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students, other professionals, staff, and the public.

Salary range is $55,000 – $62,000 with full benefits including health and life insurance, retirement, vacation, and sick leave. To apply, send letter of interest, resume, copies of transcript(s), and employment application to Human Resources or email to HR@crowder.edu. Application review begins March 1. Position is open until filled with an anticipated start date of May 16, 2016. (Posted 1/15/2016). EOE.

Safety/OSHA Trainer for Crowder College Training and Development Solutions (TDS). Full-time position responsible for providing instruction and training for non-credit classes and workshops for business and industry throughout the region. Specific areas include safety, hazardous materials, and OSHA training. This position will also market and recruit training opportunities for the TDS to area business and industry; provide training for Crowder College staff on the proper handling, storage, labeling and disposal of hazardous materials; and schedule and oversee the storage, shipping and disposal of hazardous materials for Crowder College. Bachelor’s degree and teaching experience preferred, appropriate related experience considered in lieu of education. OSHA Authorized General Industry and/or Construction Trainer certification required or willingness to attain same upon hire, as well as 40 Hour Hazwoper Trainer certification, and Confined Space Entry Rescue Trainer certification. Position also requires three years’ experience in, and knowledge of EHS, OSHA, EPA and DOT regulations and compliance. Other Trainer Certifications or Official Designations by OSHA, EPA, and DOT are also preferred. A valid Class A CDL with air brake license is preferred with good driving record or ability and willingness to complete requirements for CDL following hire. Salary range $39,000 – $46,000, dependent on education and experience, with full benefits. To apply, send resume, application, and letter of interest to Human Resources, Crowder College, 601 Laclede, Neosho MO 64850, or email HR@crowder.edu. Application review begins immediately. EOE   (posted 1/13/2016 )

High School Equivalency Program Director – The HEP Director is responsible for implementing and overseeing the successful operations of the High School Equivalency Program (HEP) grant. The Director supervises and implements all instruction, project services, policies, and procedures of the HEP and supervises and evaluates all project personnel, maintains grant records, and approves all grant fund expenditures.  The Director reports directly to the Vice President of Student Affairs. The position is contingent upon continuation of HEP grant funds.  This position is a 12 month, full-time position.

Knowledge and Critical Skills/Experience include:

  1. Master’s degree in education, counseling, higher education, or related field required
  2. Two years of experience in developing and administering educational programs for migrant and/or disadvantaged persons is required; teaching experience preferred
  3. Demonstrated fluency of the Spanish language required
  4. Demonstrated ability in managing substantial budgets
  5. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in both written and oral forms
  6. Demonstrated sensitivity to the needs of migrant and economically and educationally disadvantaged persons
  7. Demonstrated ability to teach workshops for project and agency staff and participants
  8. Demonstrated leadership in working with a diverse staff
  9. Training or experience in assessment required
  10. Freedom from racial and ethnic biases

Salary range is $41,970 – $46,074 with full benefits including health and life insurance, retirement, vacation, and sick leave. To apply, send letter of interest, resume, copies of transcript(s), and employment application to Human Resources or email to hr@crowder.edu. Application review begins in January, position is open until filled.  (Posted 12/21/2015). EOE.

The Crowder College Upward Bound Programs are seeking positive, enthusiastic individuals for positions as Resident Assistants during the summer of 2016. The positions offer employment for 7 weeks beginning in late May and ending in mid-July. Duties include supervision of residence halls, activities, trips, tutoring high school students, and general office work. Salary: $300 per week plus paid training, room and board, and expenses while on off-campus activities and/or the summer cultural trip. Residence hall or youth experience preferred. For additional information or to apply (Resident Assistant Application) and return two reference forms to:

Noel Moffet
Crowder College
Upward Bound Programs
601 Laclede
Neosho, MO 64850
upwardbound@crowder.edu

Please call (417) 455-5688 with any questions.
Deadline is February 5, 2016. EOE

Occupational Therapy Assistant Fieldwork Coordinator/Instructor. The OTA Fieldwork Coordinator/Instructor has responsibility for working directly with the Fieldwork sites to coordinate contracts and scheduling for students and to oversee the successful attainment of all competencies in the fieldwork setting. Also serves as instructor for some classes. Requirements, critical skills, and expertise for the position include:

  1. Must be a licensed occupational therapist or licensed occupational therapy assistant who is licensed or credentialed in Missouri. Bachelor’s degree preferred, minimum requirement to be currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree program in any field of study.
  2. A minimum of two years of experience in the field of OT/OTA.
  3. An understanding of and experience with occupational therapy assistants.
  4. An understanding of, and interest in, the OTA as part of today’s health team.
  5. The ability to understand, accept and adjust to changes in personal, social and professional responsibility.
  6. Ability to plan, organize and implement responsibilities effectively.
  7. Ability to establish and maintain positive working environment with students, other professionals, staff and the public.
  8. Ability to teach Anatomy and Physiology a plus.

This is a full-time, 12 month position with full benefits. Salary range of $44,000 – $50,000, dependent on education and experience. To apply, send letter of interest, resume, copies of transcript(s), and employment application to Human Resources or email to HR@crowder.edu. Application review begins immediately and position is open until filled. EOE (Posted 1/29/2016)

 

Part-time Positions:

Learning Assistant, Neosho campus, Part-time, 24 hours per week, $12.50/hour. Position provides tutoring services for the Math/Science Division. Successful applicant is responsible for providing tutoring services in mathematics in the areas of arithmetic through college algebra. Ability to tutor in calculus, computer science, physics and/or chemistry is desirable.

Education, skills and experience:

  1. Requires Associate’s degree with significant math preparation. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  2. Previous tutoring experience preferred.
  3. Ability to perform multiple tasks and remain calm during frequent interruptions.
  4. Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students and staff.
  5. Ability to handle confidential material judiciously. High degree of academic integrity required.

To apply, send letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and employment application to Human Resources or email to HR@crowder.edu. Application review begins in early January 2016. Open until filled. EOE. (posted 12/18/2015)

Crowder College Transport Training is looking for good quality part-time instructors. Positions are Grant Funded under the MoSTEMWins Round IV TAACCCT Grant and/or through external contracts and dependent upon continued funding. Must possess good verbal skills, have at least 5 years over-the-road tractor trailer experience, be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, and possess a clean MVR. Applicant must be self-motivated and able to work with a team. Pay is $15.00 / hour. For more information, please contact: Darrin Pfeifly at 800-541-2891. To apply, send resume and application to Human Resources, Crowder College, 601 Laclede, Neosho MO 64850, or email HR@crowder.edu. Application review begins immediately, open until filled. Anticipated start date 1/4/2016. EOE. (posted 12/04/2015)

McDonald County – Adjunct Clinical Nursing Instructor for the ADN Program – Spring 2016. QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s degree in nursing preferred with a clinical component, will consider a BSN.  Current undisciplined licensure to practice professional nursing in Arkansas or Missouri.  One or two years of professional nursing experience (an average of at least twenty hours per week) within the last five years in clinical practice/administration or nursing education. To work part-time, one or two days a week, starting January 11, 2016 and ending May 12, 2016.  Pay is $35/hour for MSN and $32/hour for BSN.  Site will be Gravette Hospital in Gravette, Arkansas, or NW Regional Health System in NW Arkansas.  For additional information, you may call or email Judy Lewallen, RN, MSN, Nursing Program Coordinator-McDonald County, at 417-226-6000 or email: judylewallen@crowder.edu. To apply, please send the following application materials: cover letter, resume, application (available at top of page), and copies of transcripts, to:
Academic Affairs Office
Crowder College
601 Laclede Ave.
Neosho, MO 64850

Adjunct Instructor for Human Anatomy and Physiology I needed for the spring 2016 semester at the Neosho Campus. The class will meet MW 6:30 pm-9:15 pm or TR 6:30 pm-9:15 pm. Laboratory meets from 7:15 pm-9:15 pm one night per week. The class begins on January 11 and ends on May 12. General Biology is a five credit-hour class, and pays $2,625. Requires a Master’s in Biology or a closely related field. Teaching experience is a plus, but not required. For more information, please contact Peter Broglio, Life Science Division Chair, peterbroglio@crowder.edu or telephone 417.455.5428.

Adjunct instructors needed for the Neosho Campus and Online Spring 2016:
Art Appreciation
Speech

Pay is $525 per credit hour for adjunct teaching. Requires a Master’s in the subject or closely related field or a master’s in Education with at least 18 graduate hours in the subject area. Teaching experience would be a plus, and knowledge of Blackboard will be helpful. For more information, you may call or email Keri Keckley, Fine Arts Division Chair, at 417-455-5427 or kkeckley@crowder.edu. To apply, please send the following application materials: cover letter, resume, application (available at top of page), and copies of transcripts, to:
Academic Affairs Office
Crowder College
601 Laclede Ave.
Neosho, MO 64850

Volunteer Assistant Softball Coach: Under the direction of the Head Softball Coach, the Volunteer Assistant Softball Coach is responsible for providing assistance to the Head Coach in all aspects of the development and administration of a successful NJCAA Division I Intercollegiate Sports Program. The program will be conducted in accordance with all University and National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA) rules, regulations, and policies.

Essential functions include, but are not limited to:

  1. Teaching/ Coaching — (80% of Assistant Coach’s Time)
    • Teach and develop sport specific skills, in a successful, safe, and prudent manner.
    • Develop, present, and maintain up-to-date lesson plans of preseason/in-season practice drills and procedures.
    • Schedule practice and game preparation sessions.
    • Conduct research of opposing teams.
    • Help with field prep and maintenance.
  2. Administrative — (20% of Assistant Coach’s Time)
    • Recruit student-athletes of the highest caliber.
    • Initiate new ideas and methods to improve the program.

This is a part-time (20 hours per week), 9-month volunteer position.

Requirements:

  • We are currently seeking candidates with a Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required, in a related discipline from an accredited four-year collegiate institution.
  • Experience in coaching and knowledge of the fundamentals, tactics, and strategies of intercollegiate softball and the ability to recruit talented players for the program are required.
  • Some travel is necessary and a valid driver’s license is preferred.
  • To be successful in this position, candidates must possess the interpersonal skills necessary to work well with student-athletes as well as other members of the department.
  • Current CPR and First Aid certification is a must as is the ability to handle emergency situations involving students.
  • Candidates must also have the ability to be exposed to weather and to work nights, weekends, and some holidays.

At the Colleges discretion, the education and experience prerequisites may be excepted where the candidate can demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the University, an equivalent combination of education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for success in the position.

Additional Information:
Crowder College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer committed to inclusive excellence and encourages applications from underrepresented populations.

Application Instructions:
Please attach a resume, cover letter, and list of three (3) professional references. Send to Athletic Director at johnsisemore@crowder.edu.

Nevada: Adjunct instructors needed:
Economics 202 for Spring 2016
Political Science adjunct instructor needed for Spring 2016 – Day and Evening Classes (Days are flexible)
Physical Science 101 – Spring 2016
Chemistry 104 adjunct instructor needed for Spring 2016 and Summer 2016. Day and Evening Classes (Days are flexible)

Pay is $525 per credit hour for adjunct teaching. Requires a Master’s in the subject or closely related field or a master’s in Education with at least 18 graduate hours in the subject area. Teaching experience would be a plus, and knowledge of Blackboard will be helpful. For more information, you may call or email Monte Padgett, Campus Director, at 417-667-0518 or email: montepadgett@crowder.edu. To apply, please send the following application materials: cover letter, resume, application (available at top of page), and copies of transcripts, to:
Academic Affairs Office
Crowder College
601 Laclede Ave.
Neosho, MO 64850

Cassville: Adjunct instructors needed for Spring 2016
Chemistry
GeologyPharmacy Tech
Physical Science
Spanish

Pay is $525 per credit hour for adjunct teaching. Requires a Master’s in the subject or closely related field or a master’s in Education with at least 18 graduate hours in the subject area. Teaching experience would be a plus, and knowledge of Blackboard will be helpful. For more information, you may call or email Angela Seymour, Campus Director, at 417-847-1706 or email angelaseymour@crowder.edu To apply, please send the following application materials: cover letter, resume, application (available at top of page), and copies of transcripts, to:
Academic Affairs Office
Crowder College
601 Laclede Ave.
Neosho, MO 64850

McDonald County: Adjunct instructors needed for upcoming semesters:
Art Appreciation
Chemistry
Economics
Geography
Geology
Math
Spanish
Speech
Theater Appreciation

Pay is $525 per credit hour for adjunct teaching. Science positions require a Master’s in the subject or closely related field or a master’s in Education with at least 18 graduate hours in the subject area. Teaching experience would be a plus, and knowledge of Blackboard will be helpful. For more information, you may call or email Aaron Divine, Campus Director, at 417-226-6000 or email: AaronDivine@crowder.edu. To apply, please send the following application materials: cover letter, resume, application (available at top of page), and copies of transcripts, to:
Academic Affairs Office
Crowder College
601 Laclede Ave.
Neosho, MO 64850

English Language adjunct instructor. This is a per-course position without benefits. Responsible for teaching beginning, intermediate, and advanced English language learners. Master’s degree required with TESOL or similar ESL certification. A minimum, of three years of teaching experience preferred. To apply: Send resume, employment application, copy of transcripts and letter of interest to Human Resources. Open until filled. EOE.