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Job Title

Assistant Coach

Reports To

Head Coach

Classification

Professional Staff

Annual Employment Length

10 months

Account

15-5612-1-5120

Retirement

Part-time ineligible

FLSA

Non exempt

 

Position Summary

Support the Women’s Head Basketball Coach assisting with sport operations and team duties as assigned.

Key Performance Indicators

  1. Student athlete graduation rates
  2. Fundraising annual amounts
  3. Recruiting athletes
  4. Maintaining expenses within athletic budget
  5. Public relations of team

Essential Functions

  1. Supervise all aspects of the sport as assigned.
  2. Assist with public relations in the community.
  3. Ensure web and printed materials are accurate and available timely.
  4. Train athletes and supervise workouts and practices as assigned.
  5. Assist with organization of game plans and travel plans.
  6. Advise student athletes for academic and athletic success, providing resources for successful program/degree completion.
  7. Assist with recruiting.
  8. Assist with fundraising.
  9. Oversee discipline on the court/field, in the community, and at student housing.

Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills

Define behaviors and values:

Ability to communicate well with a variety of people.

Ability to write and edit publications, presentations, news media materials and reports.

Interpersonal skills:

Excellent communication, managerial, and planning skills.

Technical skills:

Ability to use word processing, database and reporting software.

Experience

Education:

Bachelor’s degree in physical education or related field preferred.

Work Experience:

Experience as a player at the college level.

Experience as a coach at the college level, preferred.

Experience with supervision, budget development and revenue accountability preferred.

Industry Knowledge:

Knowledge of Title IX and NJCAA regulations

Familiarity with fitness testing and equipment.

Work Environment and Physical Requirements

Flexibility to work early mornings, evenings, and/or weekend hours to accommodate practice and performance schedules. 

Mineral Area College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender identity, disability, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, genetic and family medical history as defined by GINA, or marital or parental status, in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.

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Job Title

Career & Technical Education Programs Navigator

Reports To

Director of Enrollment Management

Classification

Professional

Annual Employment Length

12 months

Account

(Perkins eligible) 15-5721-1-5101

Retirement

PEERS

FLSA

Non exempt

Position Summary
Develop expert knowledge of college programs and guide students to success in those programs.

Key Performance Indicators
1. Program recruiting (full programs with active wait lists of interested students)
2. Program retention (high completion statistics)
3. Student satisfaction scores
4. High program awareness in the community
5. High student placement rates


Essential Functions
1. Recruit students for career and technical education programs, serve as the public relations and information liaison for assigned programs at multiple community access points such as the Missouri Career Centers.
2. Retain students providing student support, connect students to resources working with outside agencies to provide student support and increase retention
3. Meet with program applicants to discuss access to college and its programs. Assist students with Admissions and Financial Aid process.
4. Organize and present at high schools, colleges, community information fairs, and group sessions. May require occasional evenings and weekends.
5. Provide support to career and technical education faculty, assisting with daily operations.
6. Assess student learning and assist students with study skills, time management and connection to needed resources to eliminate barriers to success.
7. Maintain student records, preparing reports when needed to measure student and program success.
8. Make recommendations to improve student services program success.
9. Perform other duties as assigned.


Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills
Maintain accurate knowledge of college programs and resources
Maintain accurate knowledge in relevant academic and non-academic areas to provide information to students to assist them in college success 

Interpersonal skills:
Be available and respond timely to student needs
Maintain professionalism and a positive attitude in communications with students and staff
Be proactive in reaching out to students to offer resources to help them be successful in program completion
Technical skills:
Maintain up to date knowledge of communication tools and effectively use those tools
Maintain up to date knowledge to effective track and report on program data

Experience
Education:
Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution

Work Experience:
At least one year of customer service
Industry Knowledge:
Experience in career and technical education a plus

Work Environment and Physical Requirements
Working in a professional office environment this position requires sitting, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, walking, pushing, pulling, light lifting, grasping, talking, seeing, hearing and repetitive motion.
Position may require flexibility to work early mornings, evenings, and/or weekend hours to accommodate student recruitment and campus activities.

Mineral Area College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender identity, disability, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, genetic and family medical history as defined by GINA, or marital or parental status, in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcripts to HR@MineralArea.edu.  

Job Title

Executive Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Operations

Reports To

Vice President of Operations

Classification

Classified Staff

Annual Employment Length

12 months

Account

TBD

Retirement

PEERS

FLSA

Non Exempt

Position Summary 

Provide professional administrative support to the Vice President of Operations and Operations Departments by completing a variety of complex office tasks in a highly detailed, well-organized, and timely manner.

Key Performance Indicators 

  1. Develop and manage the Facility Operations master activities schedule.
  2. Develop and maintain the Facility Operations documentation and records management systems.
  3. Assist the Vice President of Operations with the preparation of reports, presentations, and meeting agendas, notes, and action items.
  4. Assist Vice President of Operations with general correspondence and detailed communication processes with internal departments and external stakeholders.
  5. Assist with purchase order, payment request, and budget processes.
  6. Assist with the preparation and submittal of regulatory reporting requirements.

Essential Functions

  1. Manage incoming and outgoing correspondence as required by the Vice President of Operations.
  2. Manage all appointments, meetings and activities scheduling for the Vice President of Operations.
  3. Provide reception services for Industry and Technology Center.
  4. Member of the campus calendar committee.
  5. Assist with liaison functions with all Mineral Area College departments.
  6. Assist with liaison functions with external business function and community stakeholders.
  7. Assist Vice President of Operations with the budget preparation and reporting processes.
  8. Assist with internal and external operational, safety, health, and environmental reporting.
  9. Assist with project management documentation and reporting.
  10. Assist with the development and periodic updates of the Strategic Facility Operations and Infrastructure Plan.
  11. Assist with maintenance management system, including asset management documentation, corrective and preventive maintenance process flows, and maintenance management system reporting.
  12. Assist with the development and management of the Vendor and Contractor Management Program.
  13. Manage Facility Operations hard copy and electronic documentation and records management system.
  14. Maintain and provide stakeholder access to a Critical Facility Operations Contact List; to include Campus Public Safety, Facilities Management, Emergency Operations, and Risk Management.
  15. Assist with MAC Public Safety Notification System processes and announcements.
  16. Maintain purchasing, receiving, and inventory management records.
  17. Assist Vice President of Operations with payroll requests and payroll verification reports.
  18. Assist in liaison functions with food service at Mineral Area College.
  19. Maintain Facility Operations personnel files, including annual evaluations.
  20. As approved by the Vice President of Operations, assist General Services Director, Campus Safety Officer, Auxiliary Services Director, Title IX Coordinator, and Director of Workforce Development with administrative assistant tasks.
  21. Assist Range Director with purchasing and inventory. Submit revenue and expenditure budgets monthly to Vice President of Operations.
  22. Serve as director/coordinator/support staff member for Mineral Area College and Facility Operations events and functions. This could include preparing event materials and agendas, event spaces, and event amenities.
  23. Perform other duties and projects requested or assigned by the Vice President of Operations.

  

Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills

Ability to function independently and creatively with minimal supervision.

Ability to handle contacts with the general public graciously.

Ability to handle confidential information with discretion.

Ability to adapt readily to a variety of tasks and situations.

Ability to understand the dynamics of a large organization.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all employees.

Interpersonal skills:

Devise or modify methods or processes to solve specific problems.

Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of people, including the general public.

Ability to organize and express instructions in logical sequence to describe how something works or explain how to perform a task.

Technical skills:

Excellent computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office and Adobe. Experience with maintenance management systems, AutoCAD, Bluebeam, Microsoft Project or other project management software a plus.

Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagrammatic, or schedule form.  

Ability to write business letters, summaries, and reports, using prescribed format and conforming to all rules of punctuation, grammar, diction, and style.

Experience

Education:

Associate’s degree in office skills, office management, or closely related field. 

Work Experience:

At least three years full-time highly skilled directly related work experience in addition to the above criteria.

Industry Knowledge:

Broad background involving experience in an educational, general industry, and/or healthcare institution, and familiarity with the local community.

Proficiency in the use of the office equipment. 

Work Environment and Physical Requirements

Working in a professional office environment this position requires sitting, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, walking, pushing, pulling, light lifting, grasping, talking, seeing, hearing and repetitive motion. Responsibilities occasionally require evening, weekend, and/or overtime work.

Mineral Area College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender identity, disability, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, genetic and family medical history as defined by GINA, or marital or parental status, in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcripts to HR@MineralArea.edu.  

Job Title

Institutional Research Coordinator/Data Analyst

Reports To

Vice President of Information Technology and Cybersecurity

Classification

Professional

Employment Length

12 month

Account

15-6302-1-5101

Retirement

PEERS

FLSA

Exempt

 

Position Summary

The Institutional Research (IR) Coordinator / Data Analyst is responsible for gathering, organizing, analyzing, and reporting institutional and labor market data for the purpose of decision-making, strategic planning, and institutional effectiveness. The data collected, analyzed, and reported impacts compliance with higher education governing bodies, state and federal funding, and institutional decision making. The IR Coordinator / Data Analyst is also responsible for representing and communicating data in a way that allows institutional faculty, staff, and leadership to develop insights regarding key performance indicators to develop actionable steps to improve outcomes for the communities and people served by Mineral Area College.

Key Performance Indicators

  1. Timely, accurate completion of federal, state, and local reporting requirements
  2. Timely, accurate completion of user requests

Essential Functions

  1. Lead the collection, preparation, and reporting of data through the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data Systems (IPEDS), Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE), Missouri Higher Education and Workforce Development (MDHEWD), and other state and federal agencies, with accompanying analysis of data for internal use.
  2. Write queries to retrieve data from student information systems and other institutional data sources and databases.
  3. Coordinate and maintain a calendar of required reports, responsible personnel, and due dates, assuring that reports are completed in a timely manner.
  4. Establish and maintain various data visualizations and other business intelligence tools to analyze institutional effectiveness and support data-informed decision making.
  5. Compile and maintain reports generated by other offices on campus.
  6. Develop and/or supervise the development of questionnaires, forms, and procedures for collecting data and determine appropriate statistical methodologies for analysis.
  7. Disseminate, collect, and record various internal and external surveys, analyze results, and communicate results to appropriate constituencies.
  8. Support faculty and staff in data collection and interpretation related to program reviews
  9. Assist with institutional planning groups in preparation of information for grant applications and objectives, studies of institutional effectiveness, and other research projects as needed.
  10. Work with the Information Technology Services division regarding the capture of key data elements from the student information system (Jenzabar).
  11. Retrieve and analyze labor market data (currently using EMSI) to inform institutional decision making, relevancy of programs of study, and support economic growth among communities within the service area.
  12. Represent Mineral Area College in state and regional meetings concerning data collection and reporting.
  13. Provide leadership in the development and administration of peer analysis, benchmarking, and other statistical studies.
  14. Interact and participate in national and regional efforts in conjunction with other community colleges in an effort to obtain comparable data for research comparisons.
  15. Perform other related duties as assigned by the appropriate administrator.

 Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills

Technical Skills:

Skilled in data analysis (evaluation trends and measures of association)

Skilled in preparing and modeling data sets.

Project management skills. Demonstrated experience in planning and organizing work activities while managing multiple projects concurrently.

Attention to detail.

Demonstrated knowledge of effective measures used to ensure the accuracy, validity, and reliability of data.

Communication and collaboration skills required to share information in both written and oral formats.

Ability to present information to internal and external stakeholders in both small and large group settings.

Broad knowledge and skill in writing SQL based queries to retrieve data from large-scale

databases (currently using Microsoft Access and SQL).

Experience in a Microsoft environment using Access, Excel, Teams, etc.

Skill in developing and managing data visualizations/business intelligence using Power BI

Previous experience with student information systems. Experience in Jenzabar as plus.

Interpersonal skills:

Ability to work independently, be a self-starter, and demonstrate initiative aligned with the primary function of the job and the mission of the college.

Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students, other professionals, staff, vendors, and the public.

Ability to handle confidential material judiciously.

Ability to work well under pressure to meet established deadlines.

Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of people.

Effective organizational skills.

Possess strong service orientation and commitment to continuous learning.

Experience

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree preferred in related field.

Work Experience and Industry Knowledge:

Three (3) years of experience in a similar environment is preferred but candidates with less experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Work Environment and Physical Requirements

Responsibilities may occasionally require an adjusted work schedule due to evening, holiday or weekend needs.

May move from one work location to another frequently as the need arises.

Ability to communicate diplomatically, clearly and effectively verbally, on the telephone, and in writing with a wide variety of people using the English language.

Understand instructions provided in verbal, written or graphic form.

Ability to explain and/or demonstrate clearly to others how to perform computer related tasks and skills.

Frequent computer use, sitting at a workstation up to two hours at a time. 

Mineral Area College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender identity, disability, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, genetic and family medical history as defined by GINA, or marital or parental status, in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcripts to HR@MineralArea.edu.  

MAC Early Learning Academy Director

Position Summary

Oversee all administrative functions of the MAC Early Learning Academy. Ensure the ELA complies with all state and local regulatory agencies and licensing regulations. Supervise curriculum, classroom schedules, use of shared classroom space and equipment, and ELA staff. Communicate effectively with all ELA stakeholders including parents, employees, and community. Promote continuous quality improvement.

Key Performance Indicators

  1. Ensure the ELA is in good standing with all regulatory agencies.
  2. Maintain full enrollment at the ELA.
  3. Oversee all operational functions of the ELA.
  4. Build positive relationships with all ELA stakeholders.

Essential Functions

General Responsibilities:

  1. Ensure the ELA is in compliance with all licensing, state, and local agency regulations.
  2. Maintain accurate records including child, family, staff, vendor, financial, and accreditation.
  3. Stay abreast of current research, new developments, and best practices in the field of early childhood education.
  4. Participate in professional organizations and maintain a professional library of resources.
  5. Promote and maintain active communication with families.
  6. Ensure all forms of communications are kept up-to-date: ELA website, monthly newsletters, employee handbook, and family handbook.
  7. Review ELA policies and procedures and update as needed.
  8. Provide periodic ELA updates to MAC administration and Board of Trustees.   

Fiscal & Operational Responsibilities:

  1. Ensure that the ELA operates within the approved budget.
  2. Oversee all purchasing for the ELA.
  3. Prepare budget updates as requested.
  4. Collaborate with the MAC Business Office to collect enrollment fees, ELA tuition, and other related income.
  5. Implement and conduct a safety program for the ELA in collaboration with MAC campus safety personnel.
  6. Maintain inventory records.
  7. Arrange for custodial care, maintenance, and repairs.
  8. Ensure the indoor and outdoor ELA areas are equipped and maintained.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  1. Assist Human Resources in preparing job descriptions, recruiting candidates, interviewing candidates, selecting and recommending candidates, and onboarding new employees.
  2. Ensure the ELA is appropriately staffed.
  3. Conduct weekly staff meetings.
  4. Coordinate professional development opportunities for ELA staff including in-service training.
  5. Assist the staff in preparing daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly plans.
  6. Maintain required ELA documents including the employee handbook, ELA parent handbook, and other required reports.
  7. Conduct annual personnel evaluations and assist employees in developing plans for continuous improvement.
  8. Maintain employee attendance records including preparing and submitting payroll sheets.

Enrollment Responsibilities:

  1. Oversee all aspects of the ELA enrollment process including advertising, conducting tours, interviewing families, and enrolling families.
  2. Ensure subsidy requirements are met.
  3. Provide parent orientation to school policies and procedures.
  4. Provide new student orientation.

Curriculum Responsibilities:

  1. Oversee the development and implementation of curriculum.
  2. Review and approve weekly lesson plans.
  3. Collaborate with ELA staff in developing special programs, field trips, and extracurricular activities.
  4. Evaluate students in relation to their school progress, abilities, and special needs.
  5. Maintain a referral system for children who have special needs and contact recognized agencies to help children as needed.

Community Outreach

  1. Collaborate with MAC and other post-secondary institutions to provide field experience opportunities.
  2. Arrange for the ELA to participate in community service opportunities.
  3. Administer a parent education program.

 

 Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills

Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with teachers, colleagues, parents, children, and the community.

Interpersonal Skills:

Demonstrate competence in communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work with ELA staff, families, community members, state licensing personnel, and MAC administration. Verbal and written communications skills required to write, present, and discuss complex reports and related documents and correspondence.

Additional Skills:

Demonstrated ability to learn and utilize a variety of technological platforms.

Experience

Education:
Earned Master’s degree in early childhood education or child development preferred; Bachelors in early childhood education or child development plus broad range of experience may be considered.

Work Experience:
Five (5) years full-time teaching experience with two (2) years in a leadership role.

Industry Knowledge:
Knowledge of local, state, and national early learning requirements. Knowledge of Missouri licensing compliance, child and family adult food program, and family subsidy programs preferred.

Work Environment and Physical Requirements

The ELA Director must, after an offer of employment is made, produce a current physical examination by a physician with a tuberculin test or chest x-ray, have approved state clearance forms for child abuse and a certificate demonstrating an approved criminal record check. The ELA Director must have the ability to hear the conversational voice, with or without a hearing aid, and demonstrate the ability to see and read newsprint, with or without corrective lenses, and to be able to speak and be understood under normal circumstances. All ELA employees must be able to monitor children both indoors and outdoors and must be able to monitor children by themselves. The ELA Director must be able to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds, use arms, hands, legs, and feet, with or without corrective devices, to accomplish the job, including the evacuation of the building during emergencies.

Benefits

Full-time employees of the Early Learning Academy operating on the Mineral Area College campus are members of the Public Education Employee Retirement System of Missouri.  Full-time employees work 40 hours each week during the day Monday through Friday. Full-time ELA employees receive 7 paid holidays, two weeks of paid vacation – taken the week of July 4th and the week of Christmas; and 8 hours of PTO each month. Full-time employees have Mineral Area College insurance group options including medical, dental, vision, life, ltd, ad&d, FSA, HSA, 403(b.)

Please email your cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcripts to HR@MineralArea.edu.  

Position Summary

Establish and maintain a safe, healthy, nurturing learning environment. Support play and exploration. Encourage creativity. Promote appropriate developmental expectations. Support social and emotional development. Understand and adhere to Mineral Area Early Learning Academy standards and policies. Plan and implement activities to develop intellectual, physical, social, and emotional competence. Establish positive relationships with students, families, and staff. Commit to continuing education. Arrive at MAELA each day fully prepared and in your classroom ready to teach at the scheduled time, working up to 19 hours per week.

 

Key Performance Indicators

  1. Assist with recruiting and retaining full classrooms at the Early Learning Academy
  2. Maintain knowledge of and support MAELA’s programs and policies
  3. Ensure facilities are clean and safe
  4. Keep accurate records as assigned

 

Essential Functions

Establish and maintain a safe, healthy, and nurturing learning environment by

  1. Designing an appropriate room arrangement to support the goals and developmental level of the children in your classroom.
  2. Making sure that the equipment in the classroom is in good repair.
  3. Understanding and implementing, when necessary, MAELA emergency procedures.
  4. Promoting healthy eating practices at lunch and snack time.
  5. Understanding children are never to be left unattended.
  6. Understanding that although spills are to be cleaned up immediately, major cleaning should not be done while the children are present.
  7. Posting schedules that meet the children’s need for routing and learning.
  8. Posting and adhering to MAELA hand washing and diaper changing policies.

 Advancing physical and intellectual competence by

  1. Adapting program activities to meet the individual needs of the children.
  2. Creating a multi-cultural environment.
  3. Making available a variety of developmentally appropriate materials.
  4. Interacting with the children to support play, exploration, and learning.
  5. Encouraging children to talk among themselves and with the teachers.
  6. Presenting expectations that are appropriate to the child’s age and developmental level. 7. Creating a print-rich environment in which children learn about books, literature and writing.
  7. Encouraging creativity through art, music, dramatic play, and blocks.
  8. Providing a balance between teacher directed and child directed activities.
  9. Providing for active and quiet play.

 Supporting social and emotional development and provide positive guidance by

  1. Understanding and adhering to MAELA discipline policies.
  2. Planning and implementing activities that develop self-esteem and social skills.
  3. Planning and implementing activities that enable a child to feel secure.
  4. Encouraging, through positive modeling, feelings of empathy and respect for others and the environment.
  5. Cultural and ethnic differences are respected.

 Establishing positive and productive relationships with families by

  1. Communicating appropriately and professionally with parents and fellow staff.
  2. Encouraging families to be part of the child’s learning experience.
  3. Providing opportunities for conferences and other venues in which parents are made to feel part of the child’s learning experience.
  4. Read and understand policies in the parent handbook.

 Ensuring a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs by

  1. Assessing supplies and materials needed prior to implementing activities.
  2. Building teamwork.
  3. Developing lesson plans.
  4. Managing your classroom according to Mineral Area Early Learning Academy standards. 5. Observing children.
  5. Using assessment tools.

 Maintaining a commitment to professionalism by

  1. Promoting MAELA philosophy and educational objectives.
  2. Supporting a code of ethical conduct.
  3. Committing to continuing education

 

 Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills

Define behaviors and values:

Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with students, colleagues, parents and the community.

Interpersonal skills:

Ability to identify and express problems and develop solutions from alternative methods and procedures.

Ability to understand directions, ask questions for clarification, and demonstrate appropriate action.

Technical skills:

Ability to follow directions and maintain accurate knowledge of regulations.

 

Experience

Education:

High school diploma or GED.  Some college classes in the education and/or child development field. The assistant teacher in MAELA must meet the qualifications of the state and those set forth in the National Standards for Hiring for an assistant teacher.

 

Work Experience:

Some experience in child care

Industry Knowledge:

Knowledge of local, state, and national early learning requirements preferred.

 

Work Environment and Physical Requirements

The assistant teacher must, after an offer of employment is made, produce a current physical examination by a physician with a tuberculin test or chest x-ray, have approved state clearance forms for child abuse and a certificate demonstrating an approved criminal record check. The assistant teacher must have the ability to hear the conversational voice, with or without a hearing aid, and demonstrate the ability to see and read newsprint, with or without corrective lenses, and to be able to speak and be understood under normal circumstances. All teachers must be able to monitor children both indoors and outdoors and must be able to monitor children by themselves.  The assistant teacher must be able to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds, use arms, hands, legs, and feet, with or without corrective devices, to accomplish the job, including the evacuation of the building during emergencies. 

 

Mineral Area College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender identity, disability, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, genetic and family medical history as defined by GINA, or marital or parental status, in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.

Please email your resume to HR@MineralArea.edu or stop by HR to complete an application.

Job Title

Part-Time Bookstore Customer Service

Reports To

Bookstore Manager

Classification

Classified Staff

Annual Employment Length

12 months

Account

15-9100-1-5101

Retirement

Not eligible, part-time

FLSA

Non Exempt

 

Position Summary

Provide friendly, helpful customer service, accurately check out customers and accept payments, assist with stocking and cleaning the store, assist with clerical duties as needed.

 

Key Performance Indicators

  1. Assist customers quickly and efficiently
  2. Enter accurate point-of-sale system records
  3. Propose and implement continuous improvement ideas

 

Essential Functions

  1. Serve customers, operate cash register, and record sales accurately.
  2. Assist in picking, processing, and packing online orders and processing online returns.
  3. Prepare and process book returns and process book authorizations as directed.
  4. Assist in stocking and store displays as needed.
  5. Assist in the preparation for taking of physical inventories.
  6. Assist with computer entries, rental return entries, sanitizing, and preparing textbooks for future sales.
  7. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Required Behaviors, Competencies, and Skills

Define behaviors and values:

Ability to relate quickly and tactfully to a variety of people, including the general public and

colleagues.

Interpersonal skills:

Ability to coordinate multiple tasks and work under time pressures effectively to meet

deadlines.

Communicate clearly and effectively with a variety of people both inside and outside of the

organization.

Ability to identify and express problems and develop solutions from alternative methods and

procedures.

Ability to understand directions, ask questions for clarification, and demonstrate appropriate

action.

Technical skills:

Excellent computer skills including proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, publisher, and point-of-sale software.

Experience

Education:

HS Diploma.

Work Experience:

Some customer service related work experience.

Industry Knowledge:

Knowledge of general office procedures and ability to use standard office equipment such as cash registers, calculators, copiers, and computers.

Work Environment and Physical Requirements

Ability to bend and stoop to place items on lower shelves and stretch to place items on high shelves.

Ability to carry, push, pull, and/or lift up to 50 pounds of books and supplies on a frequent basis.

Ability to walk and/or stand more than 50% of the time.

Ability to hear and speak to assist customers in the store and on the phone.

This position requires sitting, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, talking, seeing, hearing and repetitive motion.

Mineral Area College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender identity, disability, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, genetic and family medical history as defined by GINA, or marital or parental status, in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.

Please email your cover letter and resume to HR@MineralArea.edu.