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February 11, 2013

Have a student looking for CAREER Opportunities????

The Hall Career Center is hosting a number of events to help students find employment.

1. Lowe's Application Sessions:

  • What: Lowe's Employment Application & Screening Sessions
  • When: Wednesday, February 27th
  • Time: 2 sessions- 1:00-2:00 & 4:00-5:00
  • Where: W217
  • Registration: Yes in the Hall Career Center

Meet & talk with the HR representative from Lowe's about available positions, requirements, and get help with the application process during these sessions.

 2. Focused Career Fair open to majors in:

 ***MEDICAL, HEALTH TECH, LAB SCIENCES, FITNESS, & WELLNESS RELATED PROGRAMS***

What:  Health Technology & Wellness Career Fair
When: Thursday, February 28th, 2013; 12-4
Where: VWCC Gym

 Register for this event in THE HALL CAREER CENTER- Thomas Center G202

3. VA State Trooper Informational Session:

  • What: VA State Trooper Informational Session 
  • When: Tuesday, 02/19/13 from 12:30-1:30pm 
  • Where: W308
  • Registration: Yes in the Hall Career Center

 Get the "real" scoop on what it takes to become a VA State Trooper

Pre-registration is required by Monday, 02/18/13 at 5:00pm.

4. One of the LARGEST Career Fairs:

 The purpose of the Career Premiere Fair  is to share information with college students and graduates about career and internship opportunities at participating organizations.

  • What: Career Premiere Fair
  • When: Thursday, March 28, 2013 From 11:00-3:00
  • Where: Salem Civic Center
  • Registration: Yes in the Hall Career Center
  • Open to: ALL Students

**Please contact the Hall Career Center for registration/information 540-857-7298**

Paul D. Camp Community College – Employment Opportunity

Paul D. Camp Community College is currently recruiting for the following full time administrative faculty position:  Vice President of Instruction and Student Development

Paul D. Camp Community College invites applications for the position of Vice President of Instruction and Student Development. The Vice President reports directly to the president and serves on the college’s Executive Staff.

Responsibilities

The Vice President of Instruction and Student Development provides strategic, college-wide leadership for the development and delivery of educational and student service programs of the highest quality for PDCCC’s service area of Southeast Virginia.  As the college’s chief academic officer, the position oversees administration of the instructional program and also serves as the chief student services officer. 

Qualifications

Among the full range of required knowledge, skills and abilities required for the position and posted on the college’s web site at http://www.pdc.edu/, qualified candidates will possess: 1) an earned doctorate from a regionally accredited college or university; 2) progressively responsible, successful experience in higher education administration; 3) proven leadership in a highly complex organization structure, with experience in a multi-campus community college setting preferred; 4) demonstrated ability to conduct long range planning relative to Academic and Student Development; to coordinate programs with a wide range of college faculty and staff, as well as with community and business leaders; to supervise assigned staff and build a highly effective working team; 5) demonstrated commitment to fostering the development of the whole student; 6) proven ability to promote the professional growth of faculty and staff; and 7) experience in teaching at the collegiate level and/or experience as a counselor or administrator in an academic or student services area, preferably in a community college setting.

As a Vice President, the chosen candidate must live in the service area (Cities of Franklin, Suffolk, and Counties of Southampton or Isle of Wight). 

Application

Potential applicants are encouraged to review the position description on the college’s web site at http://www.pdc.edu/ prior to applying.  For consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter addressing their qualifications for the position, current resume, copies of transcripts, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references.   Review of application materials will commence March 4, 2013, and will continue until the position is filled.  Please direct correspondence to:

Jackie Spiker

Director of Human Resources

Paul D. Camp Community College

P.O. Box 737

Franklin, VA  23851

jobs@pdc.edu

Applications may be submitted electronically to jobs@pdc.edu. E-mail attachments are accepted only in uncompressed MS Word or Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file formats.

The college offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Additional information about PDCCC and the position may be obtained by calling (757) 569-6708.

All PDCCC positions require satisfactory completion of background checks and references prior to employment.

Paul D. Camp Community College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. 

For more information visit our web site at http://www.pdc.edu/

STAFF SENATE MEETING

The next STAFF SENATE MEETING will be held TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, at 10 a.m. in the HR Training Room in Fishburn Hall.

Hot Topic, February 13

ORGANIZING YOUR STUDY SYSTEM (with) STYLE

WHEN:  Wednesday, February 13; 1:00 p.m.
WHERE:  Webber Hall 307
FACILITATOR:  Ms. Edna Whittier

This session will provide helpful tips for efficient, effective study time. It will include finding your motivation for studying, organizing your course materials, using your learning style, and setting up an appropriate workplace, setting and following a study schedule and getting more out of your textbooks.  A handout on tips for studying with and around children will be provided.

PLEASE ENCOURAGE YOUR STUDENTS TO ATTEND THESE VERY USEFUL HOT TOPIC SESSIONS. If you would like to offer extra credit to students, they will be given an “extra credit ticket” as verification of their attendance to bring back to class.

Dr. Gloria Lindsay
Retention Services
Chapman Hall, Room 105

 

 

VCCS Sponsored Project Starting Soon

VCCS has sponsored replacement of some exterior doors with new doors which have handicap accessible door operators and improved safety hardware. This project is scheduled to start very soon. If you see a contractor working on the entrance to your building they are installing these improvements. We have told them not to generate a lot of noise, to protect from dust, provide signs and safety barriers. They are also to maintain an exit pathway in an emergency. Your patience and tolerance is appreciated during this construction. However, if problems arrise contact FMS.

VWCC Employment Opportunities

Human Resources is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

 

×        Dean, School of Health Professions

  • Deadline:  02/25/2013 by 5pm (EST)

×        Dean, School of Science, Engineering & Mathematics

  • Deadline:  02/25/2013 by 5pm (EST)

×        Applications Programmer/Analyst

  • Deadline:  03/01/2013 by 5pm (EST)

×        Career Coaches (Part-Time)

  • Deadline:  02/15/2013 by 5pm (EST)

×        Chemistry Laboratory Manager

  • Deadline:  02/22/2013 by 5pm (EST)

×        English Instructor

  • Deadline:  02/22/2013 by 5 pm (EST)

×        Paralegal Instructor

  • Deadline:  02/28/2013 by 5pm (EST)

×         Various Adjunct Instructors: 

            Business Management, Electrical Engineering, Welding, Information Systems Technology

  • Deadline:  Open until filled.

 

For more details about our application process and/or to complete the online application, please visit our website: www.virginiawestern.edu/hr and select “CAREER OPENINGS”.  Feel free to contact HR, 857.7282, with any questions.

 

 

Important Spring 2013 Drop Dates

Important spring 2013 drop dates to share with students:

  • Last Day to Register/Add a Class - January 13
  • Last Day to Drop and Receive Refund - January 24
  • Last Day to Apply for Spring Graduation - February 8
  • Last Day to Withdraw Without Grade Penalty - March 21

Posting to the Daily Bulletin

Do you have information to share with the college community? Post your notices to the Daily Bulletin!

Postings should be college related with the exception of information included in Friday's bulletin posts, "Community Events" and "For Sale/Buy/Trade/Free." (see note below about different posting instructions for these posts)

Your postings could include:

  • Professional development opportunities
  • New employees to your office (even if they aren't new to the college)
  • Personal professional development milestones (publication of a book, journal articles, awards, etc)
  • Congratulations to an individual or team for completion of a project, task or event
  • Business process updates or changes
  • Birth or death announcements
  • Retirement announcements
  • And much more!

A few things to remember:

  • Postings should be short and to the point (think about the basics that would get your attention)
  • No graphics or tables (the bulletins are emails; graphics and tables take up server space)
  • A new posting must be submitted for each day you want the post to run (the program doesn't allow multiple date selection so three posting dates means you submit the post new three times - don't worry, you can copy and paste)
  • If a posting is not for the next day, include the run date at the top of the message (ex. Please run on 11/30)
  • Postings must be submitted no later than 4 p.m. the day prior (postings submitted on Friday will run on Monday)
  • No bulletins are sent on Saturday, Sunday or any day the college is closed
  • Send Community Event or For Buy/Sale/Trade/Free postings to publicrelations@virginiawestern.edu

How do you find the bulletin?

How do you post to the bulletin?

Sign-on questions? Contact Jaime Shetrone (jshetrone@virginiawestern.edu)

Posting or content questions? Contact Tara Nepper (tnepper@virginiawestern.edu)