Coordinator of Student Conduct & Student Info

This is a Full Time position.

The Coordinator of Student Conduct and Information is responsible for the investigation and adjudication of student conduct cases. This includes but is not limited to cases related to academic integrity and general student conduct. The Coordinator will be responsible for collaborating with campus stakeholders to provide programing and the development of educational sanction programs.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for day-to-day operational management of student conduct staff.
  • Adjudicates alleged academic and nonacademic violations of the Student Code of Conduct or Honor Code that may result in sanctions ranging from informal resolution expulsion.
  • Applies effectives sanctions that emphasize education, student development and responsible behavior. Initiate referrals when appropriate to resources/departments on campus.
  • Maintains files on all assigned cases, track sanctions and conduct investigations s necessary.
  • Provides follow-up contact with students as needed.
  • Leads the Behavioral Intervention Team, counseling, advising, health services, and Public Safety on Student Conduct matters, and provides administrative and counseling support for students in the conduct system.
  • Facilitates restorative justice and conflict resolution processes.
  • Adheres to code of conduct due process standards which must follow New Jersey State Statutes and federal laws.
  • Provides support and feedback for the development of student behavior programs for conduct matters.
  • Maintains the Students Code of Conduct through college’s marketing tools (i.e. Student Handbook, Student Life and Student Conduct website) updating annually.
  • Responsible for collaborating with designate staff to ensure appropriate student training and awareness, interpretation, and implementation of the Code.
  • Serves and participates on the Community Standards Review Board, Behavioral Intervention Team, and designated Title IX Cases. Serve as Title IX Coordinator.
  • Ensures students receive proper guidance and training pertaining to the Code of Conduct.
  • Engages in identification and implementation of best practices within the area of student development and participation initiatives.
  • Prepares annual reports, recommends, and implement data-driven changes.
  • Participates in the planning of student life events such as graduation, orientation and student enrollment and work with student government.
  • Performs additional tasks or duties as assigned.

 

Part-Time Teaching Assistant

This is a Part-Time Teaching Assistant position.

There are two shifts available:

7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
12:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The Part-time Teaching Assistant is responsible to assist the Group Teachers for the effective operation of the classroom and well-being of the children enrolled in the Child Development Center which includes.

  • Instructional and classroom management activities and custodial care of the classrooms.
  • In order to follow COVID protocols, the Teacher Assistant will assist in screening the children at the door and escorting them to their classrooms.
  • Required to attend CPR training, staff meetings and perform other duties as they may be assigned.

Qualifications

  • Academic training in the field of early childhood education or childhood development and at least one year of experience working with young children between the ages of 2.5 to 5-years-old preferred.
  • Must be capable of lifting children when necessary.
    Participation in physical activities is a must
  • A background check is required.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  All interested candidates should send their resume via email (including the job code PT-TA in the subject line) to [email protected]

Bergen Community College
Bergen Community College Foundation Office
400 Paramus Road, Room A325
Paramus, New Jersey 07652

EOE/NJ First Act Employer/
Smoke-Free and Drug-Free Workplace

Part Time – Evening Afterschool Teaching Assistant

This is a Part-Time / Evening Afterschool Teaching Assistant  position.

There are two positions available.
Hours: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The Part-time Afterschool Teaching Assistant is responsible to assist the Evening Supervisor/Group Teacher for the effective operation of the classroom and well-being of the school-aged children up to age 12-years-old enrolled in the afterschool program which includes.

  • Instructional and classroom management activities, including helping with homework and custodial care of the classrooms.
  • In addition, in order to follow COVID protocols, the Teacher Assistant will assist in screening the children at the door and escorting them to their classrooms.
  • Required to attend CPR training, staff meetings and perform other duties as they may be assigned. A background check is required.

Qualifications

  • One year experience working with elementary school-aged children and 6 CEU hours of child care.
  • Child Development Association (CDA) certificate or 15 college credits in child development, education, recreation, psychology, or any other field related to child growth and development preferred. Temporary one-year grant position.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  All interested candidates should send their resume via email (including the job code PT-TEA in the subject line) to [email protected]

Bergen Community College
Bergen Community College Foundation Office
400 Paramus Road, Room A325
Paramus, New Jersey 07652

EOE/NJ First Act Employer/
Smoke-Free and Drug-Free Workplace

Part-Time Evening Supervisor

This is a Part-Time Evening Supervisor position.

Hours: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The Evening Supervisor is responsible for the management of the classroom, other learning activities, scheduling, homework help, and safety of school-aged children up to age 12-years-old.

  •  In order to follow COVID protocols, the Evening Supervisor will supervise the screening of the children at the entrance and assure they are escorted to the classroom.
  • Required to attend CPR training, staff meetings and perform other duties as they may be assigned. A background check is required.

Qualifications

  • One year experience working with elementary school-aged children and 6 CEU hours of child care.
  • Child Development Association (CDA) certificate or 15 college credits in child development, education, recreation, psychology, or any other field related to child growth and development required.

Temporary one-year grant position.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  All interested candidates should send their resume via email (including the job code PT-ES in the subject line) to [email protected]

Bergen Community College
Bergen Community College Foundation Office
400 Paramus Road, Room A325
Paramus, New Jersey 07652

EOE/NJ First Act Employer/
Smoke-Free and Drug-Free Workplace

Part Time – Afterschool Teaching Assistant / Mid-Shift

This is a Part-Time / Mid-Shift  Afterschool Teaching  Assistant position.

Hours: 3:00 p.m.-8 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The Part-time Afterschool Teaching Assistant is responsible to assist the Group Teachers in the effective operation of the classroom and the well-being of the school-aged children up to age 12-years-old enrolled in the afterschool program, which includes.

  •  Instructional and classroom management activities, including helping with homework and custodial care of the classrooms.
  • In order to follow COVID protocols, the Teaching Assistant will assist in screening the children at the door and escorting them to their classrooms.
  • Required to attend CPR training, staff meetings and perform other duties as they may be assigned.

Qualifications

  • One year experience working with elementary school-aged children and 6 CEU hours of child care.
  • Child Development Association (CDA) certificate or 15 college credits in child development, education, recreation, psychology, or any other field related to child growth and development preferred.
  • Child Development Association (CDA) certificate or 15 college credits in child development, education, recreation, psychology, or any other field related to child growth and development preferred
  • A background check is required.

Temporary one-year grant position.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  All interested candidates should send their resume via email (including the job code PT-MIDATA in the subject line) to [email protected]

Bergen Community College
Bergen Community College Foundation Office
400 Paramus Road, Room A325
Paramus, New Jersey 07652

EOE/NJ First Act Employer/
Smoke-Free and Drug-Free Workplace

Plumber – Full Time

Position Summary:

Maintain the flow and drainage of water, air and other gases by assembling, installing and repairing pipes, fittings and plumbing fixtures districtwide.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Install, repair and maintain pipes, valves, fittings, drainage systems, and fixtures in commercial and residential structures.
  • Collaborate with general contractors, electricians and other construction professionals.
  • Perform routine inspections of plumbing and drainage systems.
  • Light construction, carpentry, painting, flooring, ceiling and electrical work as required.
  • Prepare bids, budgets and cost estimates.
  • Keep accurate records of time spent working, description of work performed and materials used.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Skilled in the use of hand and power tools used in the plumbing trade.
  • Knowledge of building codes, safety regulations and safety practices.
  • Ability to read and follow blueprints and rough drawing.
  • Familiarity with PVC, CPVC, PEX, cast iron and copper
  • Effective oral communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to complete projects unsupervised and unassisted.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills.
  • Attention to detail and ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Proficiency basic mathematics and conversion of measurements.

  PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Physical dexterity in limbs and digits to operate hand and power-driven tools and equipment.
  • Physical ability to lift, carry, push and/or pull up to 50 pounds on a regular basic, and occasionally up 100 pounds.

REQUIRED:

  • High School Diploma or GED Certificate.
  • State Plumbing License.
  • 1 -3 years’ experience as a journeyman plumber.
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  • Must have own tools.

All interested candidates should send a letter of intent (including the job code PBCC), resume, salary requirements and three professional references with current contact information.  To ensure full consideration, all requested application materials must be received by December 14, 2021 .  Send materials by email with the appropriate job code in the subject line to [email protected].

Bergen Community College
Bergen Community College Foundation Office
400 Paramus Road, Room A325
Paramus, New Jersey 07652

EOE/NJ First Act Employer/
Smoke-Free and Drug-Free Workplace

 

Part Time – Employee Coordinator, COVID-19

This part time position is needed to support activities related to the College’s COVID 19 process.

Responsibilities include but limited to:

  • Provide by monthly or weekly analytical reports on COVID issues and cases.
  • Day to day operations of COVID surveillance testing, vaccination cards, or isolations and quarantine.
  • Oversee the communication process related to contact tracing.
  • Ensure quality of site protocols, proper follow up and communications.
  • Maintain Contact list, assist with notifications to staff regarding COVID issues and cases.
  • Serve as point of contact for questions and information regarding COVID for the Bergen Community College regarding safety protocol for staff and students.
  • Gather preliminary information for positive screens and suspected cases.
  • Provide updated protocols and school resources as new revised guidelines become available.
  • Typing and use of Microsoft Office Suite, Excel.
  • Must adhere to confidentiality and HIPAA guidelines.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  All interested candidates should send their resume via email (including the job code PT- HR COVID in the subject line) and three professional letters of reference with current contact information to employment@bergen.edu.

 

Bergen Community College
Bergen Community College Foundation Office
400 Paramus Road, Room A325
Paramus, New Jersey 07652

 

EOE/NJ First Act Employer/
Smoke-Free and Drug-Free Workplace

HVAC Mechanic (Multiple Positions and Levels)

Starting Salary: $45,000

Benefits: 

  • Overtime Opportunities
  • Shift Differential
  • NJ School Employee Health Program
  • Attend Bergen tuition-free
  • Tuition reimbursement toward bachelor’s degree
  • Dependents attend Bergen with reduced tuition
  • 9 paid holidays, 4 personal days, 13 vacation days, & 15 sick days
  • Retirement Plan
  • Trainings and Growth Opportunities 

Position Status: Full Time

Standard Hours: 40

Shift: Day

POSITION SUMMARY:

Bergen Community College is seeking HVAC Mechanics for the College.  HVAC Mechanics maintain and service all HVAC systems at all College locations: Paramus, Lyndhurst, and Hackensack.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Operates, repairs and maintains HVAC equipment and controls according to manufacturer’s specifications, i.e. valves, motors, belts, bearings, filter, and lubrication. Includes the following: BAS system operation, HVAC water pumps, water analysis and chemical treatments, air compressors, pneumatic, electrical, digital and mechanical controls, refrigeration, heating, cooling and ventilating equipment; filters, condensers, cooling towers, evaporators and heat exchangers.  Works on HVAC rooftop units and split units and chillers.
  • Change filters, motors and belts
  • Uses computer for the HVAC and heating systems.
  • Learns locations of all HVAC equipment and how they relate to each building.
  • Escorts outside contractors/vendors for repairs and maintenance of HVAC systems.
  • Installs electric power, piping, controls and duct work to replace, maintain or install new equipment.
  • Maintains inventory and materials required.
  • Follows sound safety procedures at all times.
  • Performs additional tasks or duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: High School diploma or equivalent including vocational or technical school education or a relevant apprenticeship required. Must have or be willing to obtain a Universal Certificate, Blue Seal License, and Certified Pool Operator (CPO) certification.

Experience: High School or Vocational School education or an appropriate apprenticeship in the HVAC field; knowledge and experience operating, repairing and maintaining HVAC equipment and controls according to manufacturer’s specifications, i.e. valves, motors, belts, bearings, filter, and lubrication.  Experience working with outside contractors/vendors in repair and/or maintenance of HVAC systems preferred.
Other Skills/Abilities: Must have a valid Driver’s License and the ability to drive in the State of New Jersey.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to lift 50 lbs.; Must be able to climb ladders and work in high places; Must be able to work in non-airconditioned confined spaces which are hot or cold and be able to work in all types of weather.  Must wear protective equipment as needed (i.e., eye glasses, gloves, hard hat, coveralls).

Contact:

All interested candidates should send a resume and three professional references with current contact information.  Application materials will be accepted until positions are filled.  Send materials by email with “HVAC Mechanic” in the subject line to [email protected].

Instructional Designer

The primary role of the Instructional Designer is to work with faculty on the design and development of instructional materials and activities for different modalities of learning including online, hybrid and on-campus; participate in course review process ensuring online courses meet quality standards; plan, coordinate and conduct training sessions to assist faculty in development and improvement of technology skills; engage in research on emerging technologies to improve teaching and learning. This position may require working in the evenings and on some weekends.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  1. Collaborate with faculty and other departments to design, develop and support high quality online, hybrid and on-campus courses.
  2. Evaluates online course design to meet the Quality Matters standards.
  3. Develops, schedules, and advertises online and face-to-face training sessions and programs designed to encourage and facilitate participation from both full time and part time faculty.
  4. Provides technical and design consulting services for a wide range of applications and research-based teaching practices to promote active and collaborative learning.
  5. Designs, develops and maintains a repository of on-demand and self-guided tutorials accessible to faculty and students.
  6. Keeps up-to-date on emerging technologies and support faculty with integration of learning technologies in their courses.
  7. Participate in faculty development initiatives designed to improve faculty preparedness in course design, delivery and assessment; research and disseminate best practices contributing to innovation in teaching and learning with technology.
  8. Manages the operation and maintenance of faculty and staff resource room, and SOTL lab.
  9. Collaborates on departmental and inter-departmental projects with the Office of Information Technology, Media Services, and Library on all three locations.
  10. Performs additional tasks or duties as assigned by the Managing Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning or other designated management.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:   Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant area of study; Master’s degree preferred.

Experience:  Minimum of 2 years of relevant professional experience working in the field of instructional design, learning science or related field in an academic setting.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Demonstrates understanding of the community college mission and practices.
  • Ability to work with many different user groups including faculty, students and staff.
  • Must possess effective oral, written and excellent organization skills.
  • Ability to analyze teaching and learning needs and create training opportunities to match those needs.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing online, hybrid and on-campus courses that leverage current technologies.
  • Experience using Learning Management System (i.e. Moodle) and web conferencing systems (i.e. WebEx) to design and deliver asynchronous and synchronous courses
  • Trained in Quality Matters standards for online course design.
  • Working knowledge of ADA compliance and Fair Use guidelines
  • Proficient with MS Word and familiarity with Microsoft Excel and Adobe Acrobat

All interested candidates should send a letter of intent (including the job code ID), resume, salary requirements and three professional references with current contact information.  To ensure full consideration, all requested application materials must be received by November 5, 2021 .  Send materials by email with the appropriate job code in the subject line to [email protected].

Bergen Community College

Department of Human Resources

400 Paramus Road, Room A-316

Paramus, New Jersey 07652 

Resource Accommodation Specialist / Sign Language Interpreter

Bergen Community College is seeking a Resource Accommodation Specialist/Sign Language Interpreter to provide communication and scheduling services to Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing students and work with the Office of Specialized Services to provide support for students with disabilities.  This position will facilitate communication by interpreting spoken language to sign language and interpreting sign language to spoken language and serve as a liaison between Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing students and hearing students, faculty, and staff

The daily responsibilities of this role will include overseeing all levels and aspects of college interpreting/captioning needs including hiring, scheduling and supervising of part time interpreters ,  real time captionists and notetakers/note taking services,  ensure appropriate coverage of all classes, scheduled appointments with college staff and campus based events and activities, provide information and/or resources to faculty, staff and students regarding the communication services available. 

In addition, this role requires the ability to work collaboratively with OSS colleagues to review disability documentation to determine eligibility for services ,assist all students  with disabilities in understanding their rights and responsibilities related to reasonable accommodations, consult and maintain regular contact with campus community, specifically faculty and students, to establish rapport and address situational concerns as they arise and additional responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited post-secondary institution required.
  • Minimum of two years professional experience ; one year in a postsecondary educational setting preferred.
  • Successful completion of the written portion of the RID certification exam (NIC, CI or CT) required.
  • Successful completion of an Interpreter Training Program required.
  • Ability to communicate and work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and be flexible; ability to work independently and cooperatively.
  • Experience in reviewing disability documentation to determine eligibility for services preferred.
  • Knowledge of the mission of the college and strategic planning initiatives.
  • Strong organizational, leadership and teamwork abilities..
  • Must possess knowledge and be able to explain key aspects of American Sign Language, interpreting and Deaf Culture as related to interpreting, the role and responsibilities of a sign language interpreter and adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct as outlined by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.
  • Must be a fluent English and ASL user.
  • Knowledge of state and federal laws and statutes relating to the rights of individuals with disabilities, specifically Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Amendments Act 2008  required
  • Excellent organizational, leadership, teamwork and customer service skills.
  • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be a self-starter who is able to work in a fast-paced office environment
  • Strong problem-solving and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to work respectfully with a diverse student and employee population.
  • Ability to work on a flexible schedule determined by student and departmental needs which may include late night hours as required by department policy.