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.
Piedmont Technical College posts all vacancies with the SC State Jobs recruitment system. Each FTE vacancy will be posted a minimum of five calendar days. To apply for any vacant position, you must visit the state website, www.jobs.sc.gov, search for Piedmont Technical College and apply on-line for those vacancies interested in and qualified for. Only on-line applications for our vacancies will be accepted. We do not 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 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.
To be considered for any vacancy, 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
OTA Program Director
State Class Code UE03
Vacancy # 15025
Piedmont Technical College seeks an OTA Program Director to provide leadership, management, planning, coordination, and administration in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the college. They will create and implement the Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) curriculum; assess program learning outcomes & student learning outcomes to include improvement efforts; evaluate effectiveness of processes; and schedule classes. They will teach and lead recruitment, enrollment, student advising, and retention efforts for the OTA program and work closely with ACOTE, the accreditation agency for OTA, to follow all guidelines. A Doctor's or master's degree from a regionally accredited institution and two (2) years of progressively responsible related work/teaching experience are required. Must be a licensed OT or OTA. Must have a minimum of five (5) years of documented experience in the field of OT and must include clinical practice, administrative experience and at least one year experience in a full-time academic appointment at the postsecondary level.
System Support Technician
State Class Code AJ20
Vacancy # 15020
Piedmont Technical College seeks a System Support Technician to provide technical advice to management concerning office and enterprise automation needs, micro and mini computers; be responsible for desktop imaging, deployment of software packages, and updates via SCCM12 for approximately 2000 computers while monitoring helpdesk tickets and responding accordingly; monitor VDI environment, maintain system documentation, perform system maintenance, maintain records of equipment and replacement plan; serve as user contact for problems with automation systems; follow through with solutions to problems; and train users and staff as needed.
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. To apply visit www.jobs.sc.gov.
Developmental/Transitional English: A Bachelor's degree or higher in English or related field or an associate's degree and demonstrated competencies in English is required.
Developmental/Transitional Mathematics: A Bachelor's degree in Mathematics is required.
Early Care & Education: A master’s degree in Early Childhood or related field is required.
English: A Master’s degree in English or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in English is required.
Math: A Master’s degree in Math or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Math is required.
Mechatronics: An Associate of Science degree in Mechatronics Technology or related field and a minimum of three (3) full years of work related experience.
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.
Nursing Assistant: Must possess a current SC RN License with 2 years' experience (1 year within a Nursing Home facility) and be in good standing with the SC State Board of Nursing.
Occupational Therapy Assistant: Master's degree with specialty in occupational therapy kinesiology and hold OTA/OTR license.
Psychology: Master's degree in Psychology, or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in the discipline.
Sociology: Master's degree in Sociology, or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in the discipline.
Welding: Associate's degree in Welding with demonstrated competencies in Welding.
Tutors in all academic areas are needed for part-time assistance at all campuses.
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.
Opportunities in Continuing Education: seeking experienced professionals to teach classes in the following subject areas: Quality/Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Manufacturing Process Management, Supervisory Development, Lean Manufacturing, Communications/Soft Skills, Workforce Development, Professional Development, SAT/ACT Classes, Hobby/Personal Interest, Dance and Exercise, Medical, Computer, Safety & Maintenance, and CMM.
Administrative Assistant (Edgefield Campus)
Piedmont Technical College seeks a part time Administrative Assistant whose duties will include answering telephones, greeting and assisting students and visitors, filing, proctoring and administering tests, assisting the Director as needed, and other general office duties as assigned. Must be a professional team player with excellent customer service skills, enjoy working with people in a fast-paced environment and be able to multi-task and prioritize duties as needed. Dependability, honesty, accuracy, and an out-going personality is a must. A minimum of an associate degree, typing at least 40 words per minute and MS Office experience is required.
Administrative Specialist (Newberry Campus)
Piedmont Technical College seeks a part time Administrative Assistant whose duties will include working directly with our students, faculty, and the general public and being cross-trained for duties pertaining to admissions, business office, financial aid, student records, library, continuing education, monitoring and troubleshooting equipment, and other duties as assigned. Must possess excellent customer service skills and enjoy working with people in a fast-paced environment; have the ability to multi-task and prioritize duties as needed; and be dependable, honest, and accurate. This person must possess a minimum of an Associates' degree and have prior accounting and MS Office experience.
Piedmont Technical College seeks a part time Gunsmithing Assistant to provide support to Instructors and students. The successful candidate will assist in providing instruction to students, class management tasks, clerical tasks, and maintaining equipment and supplies. Requirements include being a graduate of an accredited school of gunsmithing and/or a minimum of 3 years work experience. Must be familiar with all the safety and special checks on the 8 major civilian action types. Have experience in all facets of firearm repair including; blue print reading, metal polishing, recoil pad installation, metal finishing types, basic and advanced stock repair both wood and synthetic, machine tool, welding, checkering, action work, sights, triggers, ballistics, military conversions, firearm safety and cost analysis.
Piedmont Technical College seeks a part time Lab Monitor to work directly with our students (monitoring and assisting students in the computer lab) and is responsible for equipment in the computer lab being maintained and working properly; keeping an accurate in/out log of people using the lab; and maintaining a quiet learning environment in the computer lab. The person in this position must possess excellent customer service skills and enjoy working with people in a fast-paced environment; have the ability to multi-task and prioritize duties; be dependable, honest, accurate, and out-going; have strong communication and strong computer skills. High school diploma plus 2 years’ experience required. Knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is a must.
LRC Assistant (Laurens Campus)
Piedmont Technical College seeks a part time LRC Assistant whose duties will include administering placement testing; providing monitoring for makeup tests and online testing; checking out materials to students; assisting students in computer lab; issuing student I.D. badges and parking passes. A High school diploma is required. An Associates' degree and/or experience is preferred.
Peer Mentors/Lab Coach
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. Candidates must be currently enrolled 2nd year students at Piedmont Technical College in good academic standing in the identified programs.
Piedmont Technical College is accepting applications for a set-up technician. Duties include physical set-up of tables, chairs and AV equipment for scheduled events in C, B, L, V and N buildings. Will assist with the marketing of rental facilities to the community, scheduling events, billing, and coordinating caterers, maintain inventory levels for event supplies, enter work orders to ensure facilities are maintained at highest level, and update media data weekly for building directory. Position requires working flex schedule to work weekend events as needed. High school diploma required.
If an applicant is hired by the college, additional forms will be required at that time. Please keep in mind, if you are interested in applying for a vacancy you must apply on-line via NEOGOV. Once an offer has been accepted the applicant will receive instructions on what is required by the HR Office before the date of hire for New Hire Orientation and required forms to be completed. All applicants hired must provide official transcripts.
Adjuncts, Temporary and CWS - September 18, 2015
Permanent Employees - September 30, 2015
Adjuncts pay is in equal installments over the duration of the semester on a one month lag.
2015 paper W2s were mailed on Friday, January 30, 2015. All others will be retrieved through the employee's Pathway account.
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 Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, Andy Omundson, PTC, PO Box 1467, Greenwood, SC 29648, 864-941-8376.
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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