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Thank you for your interest in Piedmont Technical College. Below, you'll find a listing of all current job openings at the college, along with procedures for application.
Piedmont Technical College participates with the SC State Jobs recruitment system through NEOGOV for all positions. Each FTE vacancy will be posted a minimum of five calendar days. To apply for any vacant position, you must go to the state website, www.jobs.sc.gov, search for Piedmont Technical College and apply on-line for those vacancies listed below. Only on-line applications for vacancies listed on our website will be accepted. Vacancies will be listed here as well as a complete listing at www.jobs.sc.gov. We no longer accept paper applications, emailed applications, or faxed applications for any vacancies. We emphasize that any application or related documents, other than those submitted on-line, will not be accepted, reviewed or responded to.
We regret that due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to candidates individually regarding the status of their application or the status of the interview process.
Full-time and Part-time: Qualified applicants that are completing the State of SC Employment Application on-line via NEOGOV at www.jobs.sc.gov for vacant positions must attach saved documents that include:
Copies of transcripts will be required if called upon for an interview. Official transcripts will be required if hired.
In order to be considered for any vacancy, whether full time or part time, applicants must meet the minimum requirements of each job. All requested information must be received before the candidate's application will be reviewed. Resumes, letters or transcripts alone will not be accepted in lieu of the application.
A separate application must be submitted for each position of interest. The Human Resources Office does not make copies of applications or other documents. Nor does the Human Resources Office keep applications and/or resumés on file for future vacancies. Applications will not be accepted after a deadline. AA/EOE
Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) Instructor provides leadership, management, planning and coordination of instruction for students, student advisement, recruiting, marketing, student retention and the provision of services to the College and community in a professional manner. Includes curriculum and instructional development, assessment functions to include program learning outcomes and student learning outcomes, establishing EET industry related partnerships and also provides support for the SCSU EET baccalaureate transfer and Project Lead the Way programs. Provides the knowledge/experience required to meet the needs of the community in EET related careers.
Faculty teaching Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) associate degree courses require bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology or related field & demonstrated competencies in teaching discipline. Must have (2-3) years’ experience in EET related area. Master's in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology or related discipline preferred. Professional Engineer (PE) license &/or Project Lead the Way (PLTW) certification pref.
OTA Fieldwork Coordinator
State Class Code UG70
Vacancy # 15005
The academic fieldwork coordinator is responsible for the program's compliance with the fieldwork requirements of Standards Section C.1.0 in adherence of ACOTE. To provide leadership, management, planning and coordination in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program. Responsible for teaching OTA curriculum, program learning outcomes, student learning outcomes, recruiting, enrolling, advising and retaining students. The individual is to support the academic mission of the OTA program, the Division of Health Science, and the college as a whole.
Must be a licensed or eligible for licensure in South Carolina as a COTA or OTR. Must hold a minimum of a baccalaureate degree awarded by an institution that is accredited by a USDE – recognized regional or national accrediting body. Minimum of five (5) years’ documented experience in the field is required. Preferential consideration will be given to an OTR.
Is responsible for the day to day operations of the Patient Care Program. Responsible for organization, administration, continuous review, planning, development, and general effectiveness of students enrolled in program. Responsible for maintaining and developing accreditations, teaching, developing clinical sites, and maintaining appropriate records. The program directed will be responsible for maintaining and developing experiential and clinical sites.
The program director must have a minimum of an associate degree but a baccalaureate is highly preferred. The program director must hold a current SC license in a health science discipline. The program director must have a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in healthcare; preferred experience in a skilled nursing facility, hospice, and/or an acute care facility.
Under general direction of the Academic Program Director for Automotive, responsible for assisting in the management of the Automotive Technology Department, instruction of students, student advisement, recruiting, marketing and the provision of services to the College and community. Teach courses (min 20-24 hour load) in accordance with the established syllabi to a diverse student body; participate in the assessment of the Automotive program's instructional needs and assist in the planning & delivery necessary to meet those needs. Foster and promote all educational programs, institutes, clinics & activities offered through the Department & the Continuing Education Division. Assist with the coordination & attend activities that relate to the advisory committee.
Faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree requires an associate's degree (in Automotive Technology or related field) and demonstrated competencies in automotive technology or a bachelor's degree. Must be Master ASE certified and have five (5) years of automotive work related experience.
Piedmont Technical College is seeking a full-time Biology Instructor. The successful candidate will be responsible for Biology instruction/laboratory including Anatomy and Physiology courses. Additional duties include student advisement, course development, community and college service, and professional development.
Master's degree in Biology, or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in biological science. Prefer dual credentialed individuals with 18 graduate hours in Biological Science and Chemistry.
Student Services Coordinator I
State Class Code CB65
Vacancy # 15009
Piedmont Technical College has an opening for a Student Services Coordinator to serve as a Transcript Specialist. The Transcript Specialist is responsible for coordinating the receipt, review, and processing of all incoming college transcripts. Determines appropriate transfer equivalencies for courses completed at other institutions, including consultation with the Registrar or department heads when necessary. This position will also be responsible for providing quality customer services as part of the Student Records team.
Bachelor's degree is required. One year experience in Student Services is preferred.
Adjunct/Dual Credit Instructors
Piedmont Technical College invites applications for the positions of adjunct instructors (temporary, part-time) to teach courses in the following curriculum at the Lex D. Walters Campus and/or our six county campuses in Laurens, Newberry, Edgefield, Saluda, Abbeville, and McCormick during the day/evenings, on-line and dual credit instructors to teach in high schools. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience, especially at the community and technical college or secondary level.
Automotive Technology: Associate's degree in Automotive Technology or related field. ASE Master certified.
*Automotive Technology adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
Developmental/Transitional English & Mathematics: A bachelor’s degree in English/Math is required.
*Developmental English & Math adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
English: A Master’s degree in English or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in English is required.
*English adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
General Engineering: AAS degree in Engineering Technology with sills for VEX and Fischertechnik equipment.
*Engineering adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
Math: A Master’s degree in Math or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Math is required.
*Math adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
Nursing Clinical: An MSN is required; must possess a current SC RN License and be in good standing with the SC State Board of Nursing.
*Clinical Nursing adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
Tutors in all academic areas are needed for part-time assistance at all campuses.
*Tutors apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
CNC, Siemens 840D Controllers, ZEISS CMM, Siemens and Allen Bradley PLCs, Industrial Safety, Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance, Industrial Blueprints and GD&T: extensive industrial knowledge and training experience required. Apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
Opportunities in Continuing Education: seeking experienced professionals to teach classes in the following subject areas: Quality/Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Manufacturing Process Management, Supervisory Development, Lean Manufacturing, Communications/Soft Skills, Workforce Development, Professional Development, SAT/ACT Classes, and Hobby/Personal Interest & Dance and Exercise. Apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.
Piedmont Technical College seeks part time Peer Mentors to provide academic and social support for Project Genesis students enrolled in the Associate in Arts, Criminal Justice, Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning, Computer Technology and Mechatronics Technology programs; provide appropriate campus referrals for students in need of campus services; communicate with Director of Genesis and Genesis Case Manager regarding issues or concerns pertaining to mentees; and attend meetings and trainings as assigned. Candidates must be currently enrolled 2nd year students at Piedmont Technical College in good academic standing in the identified programs. Qualified applicants meeting minimum requirements must apply online and attach a letter of interest, a current resume, and copies of transcripts to the State of SC Employment Application at www.jobs.sc.gov. All requested information must be received before candidate’s application will be reviewed. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of application. Paper, faxed or emailed applications/resumes will not be accepted, reviewed or responded to. Applicants selected for interview must provide transcript copies at interview. AA/EOE
*In order to be considered for all vacancies, applicants must meet minimum requirements. Only qualified applicants need apply. All requested information must be received. See detailed instructions to apply above. Applicants hired MUST provide official transcripts. AA/EOE
Piedmont Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status in its admissions policies, programs, activities or employment practices.
Employee and applicant inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College may be directed to the College’s Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer, the Director of Human Resources, Alesia Brown, PTC, PO Box 1467, Greenwood, SC 29648, 864-941-8611, who serves as the College's Section 504, Title II, and Title IX Coordinator.
Student and prospective student inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College or any student decision may be directed to the Vice President for Student Development, PTC, PO Box 1467, Greenwood, SC 29648, 864-941-8358.
Pursuant to section 41-1-110 of the Code of Laws of S.C., as amended, the language used in this document does not create an employment contract between the employee and the college.
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