Posting DetailsPlease view posting details below. To apply to this posting, pleaseclick the link above.Job TitleCoordinator/Instructor – PC Network Technician (PCNT)Posting NumberF003793Position StatusFull TimeAssignment LengthThis field only applies to FacultyGrant FundedNoCategoryAPTClass Code14Pay RateCommensurate with education and experienceLocationNorthwestDepartmentNW Computer ScienceJob SummaryThe Coordinator/Instructor position coordinates the PC NetworkTechnician ( PCNT ) industry certification program and developsadditional industry certification programs. This position alsofacilitates students in their learning process by utilizing allappropriate College resources, materials, facilities, andeducational technologies available to complement the teaching andlearning process and provides instruction. TheCoordinator/Instructor reports to the Computer Science InformationTechnology department chair and the Mathematics and SciencesDivisional Dean.Essential Duties and Responsibilities• Recruits students and provides them with programinformation• Works with community partners, the TCC Foundation and otheragencies to obtain tuition assistance for students in need• Works with TCC Career and Employment Service to promote programand help students find jobs in PCNT .• Interviews, recommends for hire and assists in evaluating adjunctfaculty and staff members• Verifies that instructors who are currently teaching havecertifications required by the program• Works with the Program Advisory Committeeo Recruits industry professionals to serve on the advisorycommittee,o Schedules and organizes advisory committee meetingso Provides support to the industry chair of the committeeo Designates a note taker for all advisory meetings, compilesminutes in the required THECB format, and posts minutes to thedesignated shared site.• Coordinates labs by scheduling class and lab times, monitoringand ordering supplies for the lab• Creates, coordinates, and maintains internship sites whilemaintain positive relationships with business, industry andcommunity partners.• Creates and maintains an alumnus tracking system.• Evaluates program effectiveness based on percentages of studentsearning industry certifications and retention of students tocomplete the entire certification series• Aligns PCNT program certificates with TCC undergraduatecertificates and degrees• Provides data for THECB required reports.• Explores, documents, and recommends new opportunities to provideadditional industrial certifications within the department• Meeting regularly with Computer Science Information Technologydepartment chair or dean to provide program updates.• Develops, maintains, and complies curricula that meets THECBregulations and TCC standards and policies• Instructs and engages students in multiple class formats such asface to face, hybrid, or online• Provides meaning full feedback to students• Documents grades and attendance promptly and regularly• Builds professional relationships with students, colleagues andadministrators• Organizes and maintains equipment used by students during classtime• Collaborates with early college high school and workforce dualcredit programs• Attends the workplace regularly, reports to work punctually andfollows a work schedule to keep up with the demands of theworksite• Completes all required training and professional developmentsessions sponsored through Tarrant County College ( TCC )• Supports the values of the College: diversity, teachingexcellence, student success, innovation and creativity and serviceto the College• Supports the mission, values and 3 goals and 8 principles of theCollegeThe duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the varioustypes of work that may be performed. The omission of specificstatements of duties does not exclude them from the position if thework is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.The job description does not constitute an employment agreementbetween the employer and employee and is subject to change by theemployer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the jobchange.Required Education, Experience, Certifications,Licensures• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology ora closely-related field from a regionally accredited college oruniversity• CompTIA A+, Network +, or related certification• Five (5) years of experience in computer hardware, networking orrelated fieldDesired Education, Experience, Certifications,Licensures• CompTIA Security Plus certification• CompTIA Cybersecurity Core certifications• Experience working with adult studentsKnowledge, Skills and Ability• Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet and presentationsoftware• Excellent customer service and interpersonal skillsAccommodationsReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals withdisabilities to perform the essential duties andresponsibilities.Special Instructions SummaryPosted03/04/2021ContactRichard Sellers*[email protected] DocumentsRequired DocumentsResume / Curriculum VitaeUnofficial TranscriptsCertification / LicenseOptional DocumentsCover Letter
5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr For credit unions wanting to build a consistent image and message for their members and consumers, CUNA is now offering a web-to-print campaign branding tool.CUNA Brand on Demand helps credit unions develop a characteristic or distinctive voice in a consumer environment that is flooded with messages and images. Each brand is built with campaigns that promote credit union services such as auto loans, home loans and mobile banking, as well as the credit union difference. Collateral materials support the campaigns and the overarching ideal.“With CUNA Brand on Demand, credit unions have the power to create high-quality branded campaigns that will present themselves as their members’ best financial partner,”said Kristina Grebener, CUNA vice president of market research and consumer education.Credit unions will access the customizable materials through a portal where they can adopt one of the available brand families.“Your credit union’s brand represents a promise to your members,” Grebener said. continue reading »
At the Oakdale Mall, one shop, however, says they don’t have many customers making returns at all. According to the National Retail Federation, 68 percent of shoppers return to stores after Christmas Day, and 55 percent of those shoppers will return their purchased items within a month. For shoppers making those returns, a lot of them won’t be leaving the mall empty-handed. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — ‘Tis the season for long lines and shoppers returning Christmas presents. “We can use the money to do other stuff. New Years is right here, so he can get a new outfit, and I can get some new boots,” said Livingston. In fact, the Shops of 607 hardly ever get returns. According to Lotsman, she sees maybe 10 items returned over the course of a year. “Today, I’ve had one return. I don’t expect a lot of returns, our store doesn’t typically get a lot,” said Judy Lotsman, a co-owner of the Shops of 607. “I returned a pair of sneakers and a holiday outfit that my boyfriend did not get to wear,” said Alisah Livingston, a shopper making several returns.
RelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance Club’s server collapses over ticket demand for first Bundesliga game in 11 years FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules The Bundesliga has been given the green light by the German Government to recommence their season, following a meeting on Wednesday.Germany have been at the forefront of getting back to action and have been praised for their handling of the coronavirus crisis, leading to football clubs returning to training, while maintaining social distancing, a few weeks ago. The clubs have undertaken intense daily testing to ensure the safety of the players and their families, and although 10 positive tests have been discovered, steps have been taken to isolate those individuals and move forward.The DFL have yet to decide on an official date for getting games back underway – behind closed doors, of course – but plans are being put in place for players to be ready for the second half of the month.There are nine rounds of the current Bundesliga season remaining, with Bayern currently four points clear of Borussia Dortmund at the top.The German approach is in stark contrast to the approaches of France and Netherlands, who have chosen to void their seasons and will start afresh in August or September.Tags: BundesligaCOVID-19Ease of LockdownEuropean FootballGermany
David Moyes has admitted he is doing everything he can to strengthen his Manchester United squad amid reports the club are close to completing the capture of midfielder Thiago Alcantara from Barcelona. Reports have emerged in Spain, though, that representatives of both clubs will meet next week to finalise the transfer. Thiago is available at a cut-price £17million as he did not feature in the number of first-team games stated in his Barca contract and it is claimed will sign a five-year deal to become Moyes’ first significant capture since replacing Sir Alex Ferguson. “Manchester United will always be close to the best players,” Moyes told MUTV. “I will inform the supporters as much as I can. “Some things are confidential but I am doing everything I possibly can to strengthen the current English champions.” The deal could be rushed through in time to make Thiago available for the start of United’s pre-season tour on Wednesday. However, given the highly-rated player’s successful run to the European Under-21 Championship final with eventual winners Spain, he may not be called up for the first part of the three week expedition to the Far East and Australia anyway. Rumours that Thiago has opted to quit the Nou Camp in favour of Old Trafford in order to maximise his chances of making Spain’s World Cup squad next summer have circulated for some time now. However, so far, the transfer has not been concluded and Moyes opted not to offer any specific updates when he met the media for the first time on Friday. Press Association