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Information Desk Representative (Full Time) Administrative Office
Provides support services for a large volume of calls and/or in person traffic originating from the location’s main numbers and/or college main student/visitor traffic area(s). Exercises a high level of initiative and independent judgment in answering questions, in filling requests for information, and directing visitors to correct individuals/departments.
Information Desk Representative (Part Time) Administrative Office
Provides support services for a large volume of calls and/or in person traffic originating from the location’s main numbers and/or college main student/visitor traffic area(s). Exercises a high level of initiative and independent judgment in answering questions, in filling requests for information, and directing visitors to correct individuals/departments.
Network and Voice Infrastructure Specialist El Centro
Primarily responsible for the implementation, maintenance, repair requests and troubleshooting of Dallas College's network communications systems and infrastructure.
Testing Assistant Various locations
Provides administrative assistance and facilitation in the distribution of a range of group and individual standardized testing, both automated and manual, administered through a centralized testing center.
Accounts Payable Specialist District Service Center
Performs accounts payable functions of considerable complexity for a multi-cost center organization utilizing a computerized purchasing/payables system. Perform a variety of functions including input, calculation, audit, and reconciliation for a considerable volume of requests. Acts as a resource person in interpretation of Dallas College policies and procedures related to purchasing/payables functions.
Onboarding & Support Instructional Technologist Eastfield, Richland, Various locations
The Faculty Onboarding and Support Instructional Technologist supports technology-rich teaching and learning by providing training and technical support related to the College’s adopted instructional technology tools. This position also includes the support of onboarding processes for new faculty both full-time and adjunct in the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning.
Administrative Assistant II Administrative Office
Performs administrative and office support activities for supervisors which include complex and confidential projects requiring initiative and attention to detail and the ability to work in a multitasked environment.
Administrative Assistant Bill J. Priest
Performs general administrative and clerical support to faculty and staff to ensure efficient operation of the organization and supports faculty, staff and the organization.
Schedule Coordinator El Centro
The Scheduling Coordinator will collaborate with multiple Deans and Department Chairs across the schools that they are responsible for in order to coordinate the creation of semester schedules, including but not limited to timelines, draft schedules, and final schedules. Oversees the process of data-driven schedules and monitoring enrollment to ensure the right number of courses are available. Plays an important role as advocates and champions of the student-centric scheduling process across the entire Dallas College. This position requires the application of critical thinking, maintaining detailed records, and using software to maintain databases.
Schedule Builder and Contract Specialist El Centro
The Scheduling Builder/Contract Specialist will collaborate with multiple scheduling coordinators to ensure all relevant scheduling data are codified into Dallas College data systems and is responsible for codifying the final course schedules into the centralized data system. This includes scheduling rooms for classes and generating and revising faculty extra service contracts. This position requires the application of critical thinking, maintaining detailed records, and using software to maintain databases.
Project Lead (Grant-funded) Various locations
Overall responsibility for delivering assigned project based on agreed targets and objects, on time and on budget.
Lab Specialist - Fashion/Interior Design /Architecture (Part-Time) Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic individual to play an important role in the operation of the one of the seven new Dallas College academic Schools (the Schools). The Lab Specialist will serve within one of the Dallas College academic Schools. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Lab Specialist will report to the Lab Manager. The Lab Specialist is responsible for maintaining materials, supplies, equipment, and information systems while providing technical support for courses and programs.
Instructional Designer (Grant-funded) Various locations
Provides consultation and support services for instructional design strategies, assessment, technology, and distributed learning materials for instructional development technologies. Ensures that existing and new programs and services are in compliance with laws and regulations, institutional policies and best practices are in direct support of the overall goals and objectives of the organization. Provides status updates on ongoing projects.
Richland Collegiate High School Support Teacher Richland
Responsible for the planning, teaching, and educating of high school students according to guidelines set forth by The Texas Education Agency and Dallas College. Maintain a safe and respectful classroom environment.
Dean, Academic Affairs (School of Law and Public Service) Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to play an important leadership role in the design, development, and launch of the seven new Dallas College academic schools (the Schools). The Schools are being created to drive and lead academic programing under the new Dallas College structure and to align academic programming with the work force and industry needs of our North Texas region. Reporting to the Vice Provost School of, the Dean of Academic Affairs will: 1. Provide strategic and operational leadership to the discipline in support to the Dallas Colleges strategic priorities. 2. Work to advance the quality and integrity of the discipline, providing strategic vision for current and future curriculum development, implementing processes and procedures to support accreditation processes; and overseeing the implementation and promotion of academic programs. 3. Lead the discipline programs towards achieving Dallas College goals by promoting the disciplines by enhancing external relationships provide community-centered leadership. 4. Collaborate with other Deans and Administrative offices on ideas for program development, external grants, and professional development opportunities. 5. Possess a strong commitment to institutional effectiveness, program performance management, and be able to use benchmark data to measure academic performances against best practices.
Academic Coach (Learning Commons)(Part-time) Various locations
Provides individual and group academic coaching sessions in an open lab, virtual, and/or one-on-one setting in support of instructional programs. Participates in developing academic resource materials as required.
Peer Mentor (Learning Commons)(Part-time) Various locations
Responsible for providing support in assisting with student’s needs. The support areas may include, but not limited to an introduction to the campus resources, goal setting, and academic planning. Some assignments will be directly in serving a specific student population for a special college program and/or grant funded program, etc.
Career Connected Learning Coordinator of Experiential Learning (Grant-funded) Eastfield
Dallas College is seeking an experienced, highly collaborative leader who is excited to take on a new and innovative role. The Career Connected Learning Coordinator of Experiential Learning reports to the Director of Experiential Learning and: 1. Coordinates work-based learning activities and recruitment within Dallas College with equity. 2. Is responsible for job placement with employers in addition to oversight of experiential learning activities 3. Leverage institutional resources and existing programs to achieve a win-win for employer, employee, and the local economy.
Project Leader, Corporate Resource Management Garland Center
The Project Leader of Corporate Resource Management is responsible for program development, implementation and management of workforce training projects, as authorized and funded by local, state, and/or national agencies; including but not limited to the likes of the Texas Workforce Commission and Department of Labor. In working with the team of Business Development and Client Relationship Management Coordinators, and through utilization of Salesforce as the CRM tool of Dallas College, the Project Leader of Corporate Resource Management will seek to identify and secure partnerships that can lead to successful workforce training partnerships. The Project Leader will use and leverage administrative funding dollars to recruit, attract, and hire the staffing personnel necessary to effectively administer and manage the applicable workforce training programs. A couple examples of these types of special programs include the Skills Development Funding (SDF) grant and Skills for Small Business (SSB). It is through these special programs that the College will strive to help meet the vast and sometimes complex workforce training needs of employers in the North Texas region, with a focus on the “middle skill” jobs and incumbent workers. The Project Leader of Corporate Resource Management will report to the Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships.
Lab Specialist-Art, Digital Art & Design, Architecture (Part-Time) Various locations
Dallas College seeks a dynamic individual to play an important role in the operation of the one of the seven new Dallas College academic Schools (the Schools). The Lab Specialist will serve within one of the Dallas College academic Schools. Dallas College is establishing the Schools with a new, ambitious academic framework to ensure the Schools align with the North Texas region’s workforce and industry needs to ensure graduates’ success in their careers. The Lab Specialist will report to the Lab Manager. The Lab Specialist is responsible for maintaining materials, supplies, equipment, and information systems while providing technical support for courses and programs.

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