Staff Postings

IT & Event Support Technician-Full Time-Tonkawa

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include:

  • Coordinate the recording of all college events held on campus, including plays, musicals, band concerts, roustabout shows, lectureships, etc. Attendance will be required if not supported by other IT Staff. Responsibilities will include irregular hours such as evenings and weekends. (All Campuses)
  • Capture and edit all footage that is recorded and create initial DVD copies for archives and distribution (All Campuses)
  • Maintain and train staff on the network access and creation of additional video copies (Tonkawa)
  • Support faculty and staff in the creation and posting of video for course content or training videos (All Campuses)
  • Coordinate, setup, maintain and run the video streaming equipment for Tonkawa athletic contests
  • Maintain job manual for position with regular updates to describe processes when substitutions are needed
  • Provide support for Stillwater technology
  • Backup support for myNOC (Portal) to include the Alert Text Messaging responsibilities
  • Support other IT Support Staff as needed

QUALIFICATIONSTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily. Lifting of 25 to 30 pounds of equipment and long periods of standing will be required.

 EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCEA minimum educational level of an associate’s degree; a minimum of two years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Knowledge of audio and video hardware and software preferred but not required.

Applicants will need to submit a letter of application, an application form available online at www.noc.edu/prospective-employee , a resume, and three letters of professional recommendation to Human Resources Department, Northern Oklahoma College, P. O. Box 310, Tonkawa, OK 74653. EOE

Grants Coordinator- Full time- Tonkawa campus

This position is responsible for coordinating competitive proposals for institution-wide external funding opportunities, providing technical assistance to faculty and employees in all aspects of pre- and post-award functions of externally funded programs, and for researching developing trends and current funding opportunities to support institutional programs and initiatives. This person works with the Northern Oklahoma College grant accountant, the principal investigator(s), the funding agency, and occasionally other outside entities to ensure compliance with funding requirements.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES INCLUDE:

  • Encourage and support faculty and staff to engage in grantsmanship and facilitate professional development opportunities for employees in preparing grant proposals
  • Coordinate planning and development of competitive proposals for institution-wide programs
  • Assist principal investigators in writing proposals.
  • Edit proposals and/or provide consultative services for others preparing proposals for funding
  • Develop strategies to secure external funding to support institutional programs and initiatives
  • Develop and provide technical assistance to faculty and employees for the support of pre- and post- award functions, including grant implementation and management of externally funded programs
  • Monitor and ensure grant/college compliance in all aspects of grant implementation, management, and reporting in accordance with federal, state, municipal, institutional, and funding agency regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Manage institutional grants database
  • Maintain a central repository, or library, of past successful and unsuccessful proposals for reference and accountability purposes
  • Work with the Director of Institutional Research to identify, collect, and analyze data and provide information for decision-making
  • Oversee all grant activity for a multi-campus institution
  • Serve as Chair of the Institutional Grants Committee
  • Work as a team member in strategic planning to identify funding needs, increase the number of grant applications each year, and set goals for funding award amounts.
  • Represent Northern in collaborative grant projects and statewide grants networks
  • Coordinate, prepare, and/or edit complex narrative and statistical reports, presentations, schedules, handbooks, newsletters, and promotional materials
  • Provide research assistance on special projects
  • Perform related duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily including learning and utilizing changing technology. The individual must preserve confidentiality of privileged and sensitive information; use independent judgment and initiative in the planning, organization, and performance of duties; and establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Initiative, creativity and teamwork are essential as well as strong organizational, management, customer service, and written and oral communication skills. The ideal candidate will be able to work well with students, faculty, administration, and staff members, as well as external stakeholders and supporters; work well under pressure; meet flexible deadlines, and set priorities while maintaining professional relationships when dealing with individuals; he or she must also value the significance of collaborative inclusiveness with a diverse employee and student population. Subject to satisfactory Fair Credit Reporting Act Disclosure which includes a criminal background check.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, push, lift, haul, pull, reach, carry, grasp, squat or stoop, bend and twist the body while performing essential duties, use hands to operate controls, reach with hands and arms, climb stairs, talk or hear. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: A minimum educational level of a bachelor’s degree is required; master’s degree is preferred. Previous grant-related or organizational experience in higher education or non-profit organizations is essential.

Applicants will need to submit an application which is available online at www.noc.edu/prospective-employee , a letter of application, a resume, Official college transcripts, and three letters of professional recommendation to Northern Oklahoma College, Human Resources, P.O. Box 310, Tonkawa, OK 74653. EOE

Vice President for NOC Stillwater - Full time

SUMMARY: Reporting to the President, the Vice President for NOC Stillwater serves as a member of the Northern Oklahoma College Executive Council and provides vision, leadership and strategic direction for NOC operations in Stillwater. The Vice President collaboratively works with others and provides leadership in the planning, organizing, and follow through NOC Stillwater’s educational offerings for Northern Oklahoma College, a multi-campus institution. The Vice President must have the ability to represent the institution to a variety of constituencies and promote the overall mission of the college. The Vice President is responsible for ensuring the success of the NOC/OSU Gateway Program.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include:

  • Create an effective collegial environment that supports the institutional mission and strategic plan.
  • Serve as a college representative to community, state, regional, and national organizations, including Oklahoma’s branch campus administrators group, COECA.
  • Effectively build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Supervise maintenance of all Stillwater facilities owned or leased by NOC.
  • Serve as primary emergency contact for NOC Stillwater.
  • Implement institutional policies and ensure that they are followed.
  • Communicate administrative information to campus community members.
  • Serve as an advisor to the President on issues related to Stillwater.
  • Serve on Executive Council, Administrative Council, and other committees and task forces as assigned.
  • Attend NOC Board of Regents meetings.
  • Work with Oklahoma State University and serve as a liaison between the two institutions maintaining regular contact with OSU regarding students, faculty, classes and future planning.
  • Coordinate and supervise the recruitment of students who have been denied admission to OSU into the NOC/OSU Gateway program with Enrollment Management and Marketing offices.
  • Coordinate the evaluation and review of the Memorandum of Understanding between NOC and OSU for the Gateway Program.
  • Coordinate campus security with OSU Police Department and NOC Student Affairs.
  • Work in collaboration with OSU and NOC on student conduct issues.
  • Provide local supervision of all employees based in Stillwater by overseeing daily performance and serving as a point of contact for their supervisors located at other sites.
  • Work with division chairs, faculty liaisons, and other administrators as needed on the recruitment, interviewing and hiring of employees as required to fulfill the College’s mission in Stillwater.
  • Work with Academic Affairs office, division chairs, and faculty liaisons as needed on the scheduling of Stillwater classes taught by Stillwater faculty and the allocation of classrooms, computer labs, and science labs.
  • Provide input as requested to division chairs and vice presidents in the annual performance evaluation of NOC employees based in Stillwater.
  • Ensure that the academic policies of the college are followed in enrollment, advisement, and instruction.
  • Provide coordination and direction for enrollment processes for NOC Stillwater.
  • Advise and enroll students during peak enrollment periods.
  • Regularly utilize NOC email account and the myNOC portal to share and receive official institutional information.
  • Serve as Stillwater contact for facilities management and grounds at OSU and NOC.
  • Maintain job manual for position with regular updates to describe work processes.
  • Perform all other duties necessary to accomplish the educational objectives of the college and/or as assigned by the President.

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The Vice President must preserve confidentiality of privileged and sensitive information; use independent judgment and initiative in the planning, organization, and performance of administrative work. The Vice President should be involved with development and community relations work; be transparent with public information; and establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Creativity and teamwork are essential, as well as strong organizational, management, public speaking, and oral and written communication skills. The ideal candidate will be able to work under pressure, be flexible, meet deadlines, and set priorities while maintaining professional relationships when dealing with individuals; he or she must also value the significance of collaborative inclusiveness with a diverse employee and student population. The successful candidate will be an effective advocate who is assertive, yet diplomatic and passionate about helping students succeed and employees develop professionally. Weekend and evening work will be required. Subject to satisfactory Fair Credit Reporting Act Disclosure, which includes a criminal background check.

 EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: A minimum educational level of a master’s degree is required with doctorate preferred. A minimum of three years of higher education administration is required and ideally classroom teaching experience at the collegiate level and completed coursework in administration and/or management. Experience at a multi-campus institution and previous employment at a community college and/or a four-year institution would be beneficial. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications is also required.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, push, lift, haul, pull, reach, carry, grasp, squat or stoop, bend and twist the body while performing essential duties, use hands to operate controls, reach with hands and arms, climb stairs, talk or hear. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Applicants will need to submit an application which is available online at www.noc.edu/prospective-employee, a letter of application, a resume, official college transcripts, and three letters of professional recommendation to Northern Oklahoma College, Human Resources, P.O. Box 310, Tonkawa, OK 74653. EOE. Applications will be taken until the position is filled. Please submit prior to November 6, 2017 for best consideration. Anticipated start will be Spring Semester of 2018.

 

Motor Pool Technician - Tonkawa- Full time

SUMMARY: Insure all vehicles—cars, trucks, and buses are road worthy for any trip.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include:

  • Insure all vehicles are road worthy for any trip
  • Fueling all vehicles
  • Oil changes, tire changes
  • Brake jobs
  • Tune up
  • CDL Preferred
  • Minor or major repairs
  • Schedule out of shop repairs
  • Fork lift repairs
  • Wash, detail, and wax cars, trucks, and buses
  • Maintain job manual for position with regular updates to describe work processes.
  • Perform all other duties assigned

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: A minimum educational level of an associate degree; or one to two years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, push, lift, haul, pull, reach, carry, grasp, squat or stoop, bend and twist the body while performing essential duties, use hands to operate controls, reach with hands and arms, climb stairs, talk or hear. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Applicants will need to submit an application which is available online at www.noc.edu/prospective-employee, a letter of application, a resume, official college transcripts, and three letters of professional recommendation to Northern Oklahoma College, Human Resources, P.O. Box 310, Tonkawa, OK 74653. EOE.