Employment

Employment

Thank you for your interest in Piedmont Technical College. Below, you'll find a listing of all current job openings at the college, along with procedures for application.

Application Information

Piedmont Technical College participates with the SC State Jobs recruitment system through NEOGOV for all positions. Each FTE vacancy will be posted a minimum of five calendar days. To apply for any vacant position, you must go to the state website, www.jobs.sc.gov, search for Piedmont Technical College and apply on-line for those vacancies listed below. Only on-line applications for vacancies listed on our website will be accepted. Vacancies will be listed here as well as a complete listing at www.jobs.sc.gov. We no longer accept paper applications, emailed applications, or faxed applications for any vacancies. We emphasize that any application or related documents, other than those submitted on-line, will not be accepted, reviewed or responded to.

We regret that due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to candidates individually regarding the status of their application or the status of the interview process.


General Application Procedures

Full-time and Part-time: Qualified applicants that are completing the State of SC Employment Application on-line via NEOGOV at www.jobs.sc.gov for vacant positions must attach saved documents that include:

  • a cover letter
  • a current resume
  • and digital copies of official or unofficial transcripts

Copies of transcripts will be required if called upon for an interview. Official transcripts will be required if hired.

In order to be considered for any vacancy, whether full time or part time, applicants must meet the minimum requirements of each job.  All requested information must be received before the candidate's application will be reviewed. Resumes, letters or transcripts alone will not be accepted in lieu of the application.

A separate application must be submitted for each position of interest. The Human Resources Office does not make copies of applications or other documents. Nor does the Human Resources Office keep applications and/or resumés on file for future vacancies. Applications will not be accepted after a deadline. AA/EOE


Permanent Job Openings at Piedmont Technical College

 

Facilities Management - Plumber/Painter
State Class Code KC40
Vacancy # 14029
 
Piedmont Technical College is seeking a candidate for the Trades Specialist opening to:
 
A.  Assist with design, order, diagnosis, trouble shooting, repairing or installing plumbing fixtures , devices and  equipment . 
B.  Perform painting duties and provide master paint project assessment per building; recommend project schedule for implementing program at sites.
C. Assist with establishing and maintaining budgets associated with assigned duties, designs and prepare cost estimates and makes recommendations for projects in assigned fields.  Assist with water audit/conservation program and makes recommendations to reduce consumption.
D.  Supervise small crew of technicians performing routine maintenance assignments; review and apply specifications, plans, blue prints, schematics and instructions in performance of duties and assigned tasks.
E.  Manage college back flow preventer and irrigation program and assure all devices are working properly.  Provide documentation and maintain records for installation, repair and maintenance.
F.  Performs other duties as assigned by Supervisor, complies with Facilities Operational and Assessment Plans . Works with other maintenance trades specialists performing  preventive, predictive, and routine maintenance.
 
 
An associate degree and two (2) years related work experience; or a high school diploma and four (4) years experience in directly related work experience. This position requires a valid S.C. driver’s license, Back flow testing certification, willing to work flex hours as required and travel to PTC County Campuses.
 
Applicant must understand and have working knowledge to: install, repair, troubleshoot and maintain: faucets, valves, restroom fixtures, irrigation piping and controls & piping systems in general. Must have necessary painting skills to prepare areas for painting and application of paint and paint products. Must have ability to read blue prints and understand complex schematics, manuals and specifications. Comprehend oral and written instructions. Demonstrate skills and knowledge of associated codes while performing assigned duties. Work with maintenance related computer programs including data entry. Applicant must possess leadership and communication skills with the ability to work independently and further education in related fields. Additionally, the chosen candidate will have a working knowledge and willingness to perform other maintenance duties such as carpentry, electrical, preventative maintenance and general building maintenance. 
Biology Instructor
State Class Code UG70
Vacancy # 14039

Piedmont Technical College is seeking a full-time Biology Instructor. The successful candidate will be responsible for Biology instruction/laboratory including Anatomy and Physiology courses. Additional duties include student advisement, course development, community and college service, and professional development.

Master's degree in Biology, or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in biological science. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience, especially at the community and technical college level; commitment to creating multiple learning options to serve a diverse student body with diverse learning styles and learning needs; commitment to improving student learning by the integration of new technology and other innovative approaches to classroom instruction and curriculum design; understanding and commitment to the educational philosophy of the public two-year college system; and commitment to interact with students outside a classroom setting as an instructor and an academic advisor.

CNC Instructor
State Class Code UG70
Vacancy # 14036

Piedmont Technical College has an opening for a CNC Instructor. CNC Instructor provides leadership, management, planning and coordination of  instruction for students, student advisement, recruiting, student retention, marketing and the provision of services to the College and community in a professional manner. Includes curriculum and instructional development, assessment functions to include program learning outcomes and student learning outcomes. Teach courses (min 20-24 hour load) in accordance with the established syllabi to a diverse student body; participate in the assessment of the Machine Tool instructional needs and to assist in the planning & delivery necessary to meet those needs. Foster and promote all educational programs, institutes, clinics & activities offered through the Department & the Continuing Education Division. Assist with the coordination & attend activities that relate to the advisory committee.

 
Faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree requires bachelor's degree in teaching discipline, or associate's degree (in related technological field, MTT degree preferred) & demonstrated competencies in teaching discipline. Teaching exp. at two-year college level preferred. 5 yrs industrial exp. using CNC equip. (HAAS/SIEMENS controllers preferred), CMM operations & programming (ZEISS/B&S CMM & Calypso software preferred).
Machine Tool Technology Instructor
State Class Code UG70
Vacancy # 14034

Machine Tool Instructor provides leadership, management, planning and coordination of  instruction for students, student advisement, recruiting, marketing and the provision of services to the College and community in a professional manner. Includes curriculum and instructional development, assessment functions to include program learning outcomes and student learning outcomes. Teach course (min 10-24 hour load) in accordance with the established syllabi to a diverse student body. Assist with the preparation of Machine Tool departmental reports and budgets in cooperation with staff as input into the area planning/reporting system. Professionally make efforts to keep pace with the developing trends & ideas both in vocational/ technical education & in one’s technical specialty. Assist with the preparation of Machine Tool departmental reports and budgets in cooperation with staff as input into the area planning/reporting system and other duties are required as the instructor.

Minimum Associates Degree in an Industrial/Engineering curriculum. Associates Degree in Machine Tool Technology preferred. 
5 Years industrial experience using CNC equipment (HAAS/SIEMENS controllers)
CMM operations and programming.(ZEISS equipment and CALYPSO software)
Thorough knowledge of basic measuring tools and uses.
Thorough knowledge of blueprint reading. ASME/ISO GDT knowledge a plus.
Engineering Graphics knowledge a plus. (AutoCAD, SolidWorks, EdgeCam, Inventor, MasterCAM) 
Solid math background.
Experience teaching at a two year college is a plus
Dean of Admissions
State Class Code CB80
Vacancy # 14033

Piedmont Technical College is seeking a candidate for its Dean of Admissions position. The Dean of Admissions is a key administrative position reporting to the Associate Vice President for Enrollment and Communications with responsibilities for leading and managing the outreach, recruiting, and admissions functions of the college. In addition to supervising a staff of nine, works closely with the Dean of Students, Director of Financial Aid, Director of Marketing, Director of Research and Reporting and academic deans to make data-driven decisions regarding enrollment. Manage the Admissions & Recruiting functions of the college insuring a seamless, student-oriented process from first inquiry of prospects to enrolled students, following all state, federal and college policies.

 
A Master's Degree and two (2) years experience in student services programs is required. Preferred qualifications include admissions management, supervision, experience with SCT Banner and two-year college experience.
Welding Instructor - Laurens CAM
State Class Code UG70
Vacancy # 14031

Piedmont Technical College is seeking a Welding Instructor for the Laurens CAM Center to:

1. Teach courses (min 20-24 hour load) in accordance with established syllabi to a diverse student body; participate in the assessment of the Welding instructional needs and management in the planning and delivery necessary to meet those needs. Foster and promote all educational programs, institutes, clinics and activities offered through the Welding Department & the Continuing Education Division. Assist with the coordination & attend activities that relate to the advisory committee.
2. Advise and keep records of assigned students advisees with division and departmental advising policy and procedures, their academic progress and attendance. Make student referrals when deemed necessary to other college personnel. Maintain established office hours.  Assist with the division in recruiting and retaining students in the program. Assist student placement upon graduation.
3. Assist with the preparation of Welding departmental reports and budgets in cooperation with staff as input into the area planning/reporting system. Assist with the hiring, training, evaluation, and loading of both full-time and adjunct instructors in the Welding Department. Participate in the bidding process for equipment including specifications preparation.
4. Render services through non-instructional (classroom/laboratory) activities that impact the operation of the division/department and the accomplishment of overall college objectives. Participates in faculty/staff meetings.
5. Professionally make efforts to keep pace with the developing trends & ideas both in vocational/ technical education & in one’s technical specialty.

Associate's degree (in a related technological field and a welding Diploma) and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. Must have (2-3) years of supervisory experience in Welding work related experience and expertise in the field.

Mechatronics Instructor
State Class Code UG70
Vacancy # 14027

Piedmont Technical college is seeking a Mechatronics Instructor to:

1. Teach courses (min 20-24 hour load) to a diverse student body, participate and coordinate in the assessment of the mechatronics department's instructional needs and to manage in the planning and delivery necessary to meet those needs. Foster and promote all educational programs, institutes, clinics and activities offered through the Mechatronics Department & the Continuing Education Division. Coordinate & attend activities that relate to the advisory committee.
2. Advise and keep records of assigned students advisees with division and departmental advising policy and procedures. Make student referrals when deemed necessary to other college personnel. Maintain established office hours. Assist with the division in recruiting and retaining students in the program. Assist students with placement upon graduation.
3. Support the Mechatronics department in developing reports and budgets as input into the area planning/reporting system. Aid in the hiring, training, evaluation, and loading of both full-time and adjunct instructors in the Mechatronics Department. Participate in the bidding process for equipment including specifications preparation.
4. Render services through non-instructional (classroom/laboratory) activities that impact the operation of the division/department and the accomplishment of overall college objectives. Participates in faculty meetings to evaluate and improve the program and department.
5. Professionally make efforts to keep pace with developing trends & ideas both in vocational/ technical education & in one’s technical specialty. Seek and share expertise with others at the local and state level.
6. Attends LEAN trainings, initiates & in-corporates LEAN principles/practices in daily operations in pursuit of continuous improvement; performs other duties as assigned. Represent the department/division/campus by participating in community & professional meetings related to Mechatronics Dept. Complete all mandatory professional development training set forth by division.

Associate's degree (in Mechatronics Technology or related field) and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. Must have five (5) years of  Mechatronics work related experience. Bachelor's degree in Mechatronics Technology or related field preferred. Master electrical license or Journeyman electrical license also preferred.

 

Qualified applicants meeting minimum requirements must apply online and attach a letter of interest, a current resume, and copies of transcripts to the State of SC Employment Application at www.jobs.sc.gov. All requested information must be received before candidate’s application will be reviewed. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of application. Paper, faxed or emailed applications/resumes will not be accepted, reviewed or responded to. Applicants selected for interview must provide transcript copies at interview. AA/EOE
 

TEMPORARY, ADJUNCT FACULTY AND TUTOR OPPORTUNITIES:

 

Adjunct/Dual Credit Instructors

Piedmont Technical College invites applications for the positions of adjunct instructors (temporary, part-time) to teach courses in the following curriculum at the Lex D. Walters Campus and/or our six county campuses in Laurens, Newberry, Edgefield, Saluda, Abbeville, and McCormick during the day/evenings, on-line and dual credit instructors to teach in high schools. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience, especially at the community and technical college or secondary level.

Biology: A Master’s degree in Biology or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Biology is required.
*Biology adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

History: A Master’s degree in History or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in History is required.
*History adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Spanish: A Master’s degree in Spanish or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Spanish is required.
*Spanish adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Mathematics: A Master’s degree in Mathematics or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Mathematics is required.
*Mathematics adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Nursing Clinical: An MSN is required; must possess a current SC RN License and be in good standing with the SC State Board of Nursing.
*Clinical Nursing adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov

Biology Labs: A bachelor’s degree in appropriate area is required.
*Biology adjunct lab assistants apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Developmental Mathematics: A bachelor’s degree in Math is required.
*Developmental Math adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Mechatronics: A bachelor's degree or an associate degree in Electronic Engineering, Industrial Electronics or Mechatronics with a minimum 3 years manufacturing experience is required.
*Mechtronics adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Clinical Embalming: Graduate from an ABFSE accredited program is required; must possess active SC Funeral Director/Embalmer License and have minimum one (1) year active embalming experience.
*Clinical Embalming adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov

Computer Technology / AOT: Master's degree in Business, Computer Technology, or related field. Work, teaching, and typing experience preferred. Must have MOS Certification in two Microsoft areas: Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Access to teach CPT 101.
*Computer Technology/AOT adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Phlebotomy: Certified Phlebotomist with at least 5 years experience & 1 year teaching experience required.
*Phlebotomy adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Part-time Embalming Preceptor: Graduate from an ABFSE accredited program is required; must possess active SC Funeral Director/Embalmer License, have minimum one (1) year active embalming experience and be currently employed at a funeral home.
*Embalming Preceptors apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Pharmacy Technology: The candidate must be S.C. State certified and Nationally Certified. Hospital and I.V. experience is a must, with working knowledge of 797 guidelines and sterile and non-sterile compounding.  Associates Degree is preferred.
*Pharmacy Technology adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov

Surgical Technology: Possess a credential in the field of surgical technology through a national certification program that is accredited by the National Commission on Certifying Agencies (NCCA). Have a minimum of two complete years of experience. Associates Degree  is preferred.
*Surgical Technology adjuncts apply: www.jobs.sc.gov

Tutors in all academic areas are needed for part-time assistance at all campuses.
*Tutors apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

CNC, Siemens 840D Controllers, ZEISS CMM, Siemens and Allen Bradley PLCs, Industrial Safety, Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance, Industrial Blueprints and GD&T: extensive industrial knowledge and training experience required. Apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Opportunities in Continuing Education: seeking experienced professionals to teach classes in the following subject areas: Supervisory Development, Lean Manufacturing, Communications/Soft Skills, Workforce Development, Professional Development, SAT/ACT Classes, and Hobby/Personal Interest & Dance and Exercise. Apply: www.jobs.sc.gov.

Peer Mentors

Piedmont Technical College seeks part time Peer Mentors to provide academic and social support for Project Genesis students enrolled in the Associate in Arts, Criminal Justice, Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning, Computer Technology and Mechatronics Technology programs; provide appropriate campus referrals for students in need of campus services; communicate with Director of Genesis and Genesis Case Manager regarding issues or concerns pertaining to mentees; and attend meetings and trainings as assigned. Candidates must be currently enrolled 2nd year students at Piedmont Technical College in good academic standing in the identified programs. Qualified applicants meeting minimum requirements must apply online and attach a letter of interest, a current resume, and copies of transcripts to the State of SC Employment Application at www.jobs.sc.gov. All requested information must be received before candidate’s application will be reviewed. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of application. Paper, faxed or emailed applications/resumes will not be accepted, reviewed or responded to. Applicants selected for interview must provide transcript copies at interview. AA/EOE

 

*In order to be considered for all vacancies, applicants must meet minimum requirements. Only qualified applicants need apply. All requested information must be received. See detailed instructions to apply above. Applicants hired MUST provide official transcripts. AA/EOE

 

Non Discrimination Policy

Piedmont Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status in its admissions policies, programs, activities or employment practices.

Employee and applicant inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College may be directed to the College’s Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer, the Director of Human Resources, Alesia Brown, PTC, PO Box 1467, Greenwood, SC 29648, 864-941-8611, who serves as the College's Section 504, Title II, and Title IX Coordinator.

Student and prospective student inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College or any student decision may be directed to the Vice President for Student Development, PTC, PO Box 1467, Greenwood, SC 29648, 864-941-8358.

Pursuant to section 41-1-110 of the Code of Laws of S.C., as amended, the language used in this document does not create an employment contract between the employee and the college.

 

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