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Student TestimonialIn Dickson, I can take all of my basic classes and get them out of the way. In the smaller classes, I can get help from the instructors so much faster than in larger ones.

Cheyenne, Pre-Health Profession

Security Guard II

Hours

~ Friday 11:00 p.m. – Saturday 11:00 a.m.
~ Saturday 11:00 p.m. – Sunday 11:00 a.m.
~ Wednesday and Thursday – 3:00 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

Provides protection of campus staff, students, visitors, and property. High school diploma or educational equivalent, a valid Tennessee driver’s license, and a security unarmed license are required.

Qualified applicants should submit a completed Nashville State application, resume and letter of interest to the Office of Human Resources, 120 White Bridge Road, Nashville, TN 37209. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. For more information, call (615) 353-3304.

Nashville State is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/AA/ADEA Employer (Full Non-Discrimination Policy)

Salary: $17,500 - $25,100

Location: Main Campus

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Adjunct Faculty - Sociology - Southeast Campus

Part-time instructor needed to teach sociology courses. Master’s degree in sociology or a related academic field with 18 graduate hours in sociology required.

Qualified applicants should submit a completed Nashville State application, resume, letter of interest, and copies of college transcripts to Nashville State Community College, 120 White Bridge Road, Nashville, TN 37209. For additional information, call (615) 353-3304.

Nashville State is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/AA/ADEA Employer (Full Non-Discrimination Policy)

Location: Southeast Campus

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Early Childhood Education Instructor

AY, Term position – Salary Range $31,700 - $42,700. Master’s degree and 18 graduate hours in early childhood education are required.

All positions require demonstrated computer literacy, sense of collegiality, proficiency in oral/written English, and the ability to adapt technology to a variety of teaching and learning situations. Duties may include day/evening, on/off campus teaching (e.g. Southeast Campus and dual-enrollment sites), online teaching, curriculum development, academic advising, and other responsibilities as assigned. Applicants with an interest in teaching and developing Web courses are encouraged to apply. A classroom presentation will be required for all candidates interviewed.

Review of applications are ongoing and will continue until the position is filled. Position contingent upon funding. To apply, send a letter of interest, resumé, Nashville State application, and copies of college transcripts and/or certifications to: Office of Human Resources 120 White Bridge Road Nashville, TN, 37209. For additional information or an application, call (615) 353-3304.

Nashville State is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/AA/ADEA Employer (Full Non-Discrimination Policy)

Salary: $31,700 - $42,700

Location: Main Campus

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Culinary Arts Program Director and Instructor

 
NSCC Southeast Campus

Academic Year Full-time Faculty Term Contract
Nashville State Community College is seeking an experienced individual as Program Director and Instructor for its Culinary Arts certificate and degree programs. This position requires an individual with significant industry experience, a proven track record of actively engaging external stakeholders, exceptional leadership and management skills, strong written, verbal and presentation skills and excellent teaching skills. This program has strong support by the culinary community and plays a vital role in meeting the rapidly expanding culinary opportunities in the fast growing Nashville area.

Nashville State delivers its Culinary Arts program in state-of-the-art facilities at the Southeast Campus, Nashville State’s newest campus. The Program Director works closely with full- and part-time faculty to ensure the delivery of the highest level of technical skills and leads the program’s partnership, marketing and recruiting initiatives. The Nashville State program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation.

Qualifications:

  • Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts required; Bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts preferred.
  • 10+ years’ industry experience required.
  • 5 years teaching experience with program management experience required.
  • Professional certification required.

Qualified applicants should submit a completed Nashville State application, resume, letter of interest, and copies of college transcripts to the Office of Human Resources, 120 White Bridge Road, Nashville, TN 37209. Review of applications is ongoing and will continue until the position is filled. For more information, call (615) 353-3304.

Nashville State is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/AA/ADEA Employer (Full Non-Discrimination Policy)

Location: Southeast Campus

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Career and Technical Education Counselor

This job description has been prepared to be compliant with requirements for using Funding from Title I of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 [Perkins IV]. In order to use Perkins IV funds, the college must be able to document that the position is necessary, reasonable, and that time can be allocated appropriately. Allocation and availability of funding to this position requires the completion of a “Personal Activity Report” [P.A.R.] in compliance with OMB Circular A-87, Attachment B (h)(4).

Reporting Supervisor: Campus Director or Academic Dean

Job Objective: Direct development and interaction with students in A.A.S. Majors, working in cooperation with the academic deans; recruit, advise, enroll, and retain students in certificate and career degree programs in A.A.S. majors.

Essential Job Functions:

A. Mentor and Assist CTE Students and Increase Retention and Graduation Rates:

  • Work with area High Schools to identify students in CTE areas that are a good fit with NSCC programs and facilitate admission of those students.
  • Assist students already enrolled at NSCC pursuing CTE programs but not yet accepted into those programs to successfully complete prerequisite courses and apply for admission to all programs for which they are qualified.
  • Match CTE students with college and community resources as appropriate to address academic and non-academic barriers to completion.

B. Develop and Mentor Cohorts in CTE Programs:

  • In cooperation with deans, develop, establish, and implement certificate and A.A.S. degree programs in career-technical major areas using a cohort model.
  • Identify and recruit students for career-technical cohort programs by working with deans and faculty, visiting area employers, and promoting the programs.
  • Serve as a primary coordinator for the establishment of career-technical cohort programs in terms of questions and problems/issues arising during the initial admissions, advising, and enrollment processes for a cohort program in an A.A.S. major; facilitate student retention by maintaining contact with administrators and faculty to coordinate resolutions to student challenges and issues.
  • Oversee the enrollment process for career-technical cohort program students by facilitating transcript review, placement testing, admissions processes, financial aid, and college and career advising.
  • Provide academic quidance to students who receive Early Alert Warnings for the purpose of resolving any learning issues.

C. Coordinate Dual Credit in CTE Programs:

  • Develop and maintain a consistent campus wide process for the DC program.
  • Work closely with NSCC departments to determine DC opportunities (match up high school courses with NSCC courses).
  • Work closely with NSCC departments to maintain updated syllabi, curriculum, sample quizzes/exams, study guides so that the CTE teachers will ensure they are covering all of the curriculum taught in the college course.
  • Communicate with the school districts within our service area the process for students to participate in DC, the DC opportunities available through NSCC, deadlines related to DC and any other related information and updates.
  • Work with school districts outside our service area that request DC opportunities for programs their assigned community college cannot provide.
  • Distribute DC applications, forms, brochures, curriculum materials, exam packets to administer exams, etc to CTE Directors and CTE Teachers.
  • Communicate with students who have passed the DC exam and earned college credit in whatever manner is determined in the process developed for DC at NSCC.
  • Develop and maintain a reporting tool to track the DC opportunities by high school, the number of students tested & number that passed by specific area/exam, and any other data pertinent to DC and Perkins.
  • High School Programs and the Perkins counselors/coordinators can collaborate on activities, programs, agreements, etc that overlap between dual enrollment and dual credit.

D.  Coordinate the provision of tutoring and academic support services targeted to underrepresented genders in CTE programs.

Note: the College reserves the right to change or reassign job duties or combine positions at any time.

Job Standards:

    A. Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred
    B. Minimum of two years of experience in higher education in teaching, student development, or related activities

Critical Skills/Expertise/Experience:

    A. Familiarity with academic policies, programs, and procedures of the college.
    B. Good communications and public relations skills; ability to work with diverse population of faculty, staff, students, and the public.
    C. Good organization and problem solving skills.
    D. Proficiency in the use of electronic information systems.
    E. Awareness of Perkins IV legislation and relevant federal regulations and circulars

Job Location: The primary job location is the Nashville main campus. Travel within the service and to Tennessee Board of Regents sites may be required.

Equipment: Standard office equipment and software including a multi-line phone, Microsoft Office package, Banner and Outlook, fax machine, and copier.

Position is dependent upon the availability of federal funds.

This position is a 6-month part-time temporary position, with the possibility of renewal for a second year, pending continuing availability of federal funding.

Qualified applicants should submit a completed Nashville State application, resume and letter of interest to the Office of Human Resources, 120 White Bridge Road, Nashville, TN 37209. Review of applications is ongoing and will continue until the position is filled. For more information, call (615) 353-3242.

Nashville State is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/AA/ADEA Employer (Full Non-Discrimination Policy)

Salary: $20 hours @ 20 hours/week

Location: Main Campus

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