SAU Tech retains over 160 employees and provides opportunities for education and personal growth. Check out the listings below for current job opportunities. The positions currently available at SAU Tech are listed below. We also list jobs placed by businesses and agencies for positions off-campus for students and community members and the listings can be found at  http://www.sautech.edu/student-community-employment/.

To submit a job opening for an SAU Tech student, graduate or community members please complete and submit this form.

Available Positions

Administrative Specialist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Administrative Specialist works under general supervision and is responsible for providing administrative and clerical support to the Student Services Department. The position is also responsible for researching, preparing reports, developing and recommending administrative policies and procedures to supervisor in regards to students and athletics. This is a full-time 12-month position and is governed by agency/institutional policy.

Specifically, the job assignment includes but not limited to:
1. Researching, composing, typing, and editing forms and documents including, but not limited to; letters, memoranda, reports, student calendar, student handbook, and admission forms.
2. Assisting in development and revision of policies and procedures as they relate to the students and athletics.
3. Acting as office receptionist by greeting and directing visitors, screening calls, responding to routine questions regarding policy and procedures, providing instructions on the completion of forms, making referrals to other sources of information and picking up and delivering mail.
4. Establishing and maintaining various computerized and paper files, recording, logging and retrieving information as needed for reference or to compile statistical data and reports.
5. Operating office equipment, such as network and stand-alone microcomputers, photocopier and fax machine.
6. Scheduling appointments for various Student Services staff members.
7. Maintaining sufficient supplies for the office by conducting physical inventory, ordering and restocking supplies.
8. Scan documents for Student Services as needed.
9. Performs related responsibilities as required or assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of computers and software applications. Knowledge of basic record keeping procedures.
Ability to operate standard office equipment. Ability to communicate and provide information to staff
and customers. Must possess excellent customer services skills.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma, plus one year of specialized training in
the secretarial field or related training, plus three years’ experience in related field applicable to work performed. All SAU Tech faculty and staff demonstrate a commitment to inclusion and diversity of the College community and excellence in interpersonal behaviors and effective collaboration with colleagues. Joining the SAU Tech family requires a commitment to our Culture of Continuous Quality Improvement. Background check required.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
The formal education equivalent of an Associate’s Degree in Office Systems Technology or related field.

SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Deadline for first consideration is June 24, 2019.

Job Description and Qualifications

Admin_Spec_Student-Services_0619.pdf

Administrative Specialist II - AFTA

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Deadline for first consideration is June 13, 2019.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Administrative Specialist II works under general supervision and is responsible for typing and providing clerical support to supervisory and professional staff. This is a full-time 12-month position and is governed by agency/institutional policy.

Specifically, the job assignment includes but not limited to:
1. Manages the Canadian program to include: contact with the student, mail information, maintain active list, register students and continued public relations.
2. Manage IFSAC and Pro Board to include: certificates and seals for students, manage receipts, work with business office with payment, and manage log for IFSAC numbers.
3. Check prerequisites for classes.
4. Enter and build classes. Print and mail certificates.
5. Performs other duties as required or assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of computers and software applications.
Knowledge of basic record keeping procedures.
Ability to operate standard office equipment.
Ability to communicate and provide information to staff and customers.
Must possess excellent customer services skills.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma, plus one year of specialized training in
the secretarial field or related training, plus three years’ experience in related field applicable to work performed. Background check required.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
The formal education equivalent of an Associate’s Degree in Office Systems Technology or
related field.

Job Description and Qualifications

Admin_Spec_II_AFTA_0519.pdf

Communications and Development Coordinator

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Deadline for first consideration is June 13, 2019.

The Communications and Development Coordinator position reports to the Dean of Communications and Development. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Specifically, the job assignment for assisting the dean in communication activities includes but not limited to:
1. Preparing press releases and assisting with press or promotional events.
2. Providing photography service for the campus events.
3. Providing videography service for promotional needs.
4. Providing event support (materials, photography, advertising, etc.)
5. Creating promotional materials for recruitment of students.
6. Managing social media channels for promotional purposes.
7. Maintaining correct information on the College’s websites and MyCollege.
8. Maintaining electronic signage for the College
9. Managing the Communication’s budget (purchases requisitions, invoices, reconciling purchasing cards, etc.)
10. Preparing ads for placement on social channels, print, electronic display, etc.
Specifically, the job assignment for assisting the dean in development activities includes but not limited to:
11. Raising funds for athletics and managing booster clubs.
12. Maintaining Foundation Board Meetings.
13. Maintaining donor records in eTapestry.
14. Maintaining alumni relations, communication with alumni, and maintenance of alumni records.
15. Identifying methods of promoting fundraising efforts at the College.
16. Provide fundraising support for the Chancellor
17. Performs other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
 Associate’s Degree in a related field with at least 1 year or more experience in the required areas of responsibility.
 Background check required.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
 Bachelor’s Degree with experience in the required areas of responsibility.

Job Description and Qualifications

Comm_Dev_Coor_0519.pdf

Computer Engineering Technology Instructor

This is an academic ten-month position with full benefits.
The instructor is to provide classroom and lab instruction to prepare students for technical knowledge and skills needed in the different computer science fields. This knowledge and skills will include the following methods:
 Establish an effective computer engineering program for high school students.
 Provide leadership for the computer engineering program.
 Coordinate the annual and long range departmental planning and evaluation processes.
 Ensure compliance with state mandated performance measures and utilize data for continual program improvement.
 Attend pertinent meetings in order to maintain professional growth and represent the Career Academy.
 Assume a leading role in the advisement of students in the computer engineering field.
 Oversee the ordering of supplies and equipment pertaining to the computer science professions department and maintain up-to-date inventory.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

Computer_Engineer_Inst_0419.pdf

CNC Instructor

This is an academic ten-month position with full benefits.
The instructor is to provide classroom and lab instruction to prepare students for technical knowledge and skills needed in the production/manufacturing profession. This knowledge and skills will include the following methods:
 Establish an effective CNC manufacturing program for high school students
 Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of HAAS CNC lab equipment
 Must be familiar with the following equipment: CNC mill, CNC lathe, Industry Numerical Controllers (NC), Drill press, Manual drilling and milling. Swiss CNC Machining and Programming is a plus.
 Coordinate the annual and long range departmental planning & evaluation processes
 Ensure compliance with state mandated performance measures and utilize data for continual program involvement
 Attend pertinent meetings in order to maintain professional growth and represent the Career Academy
 Assume a leading role in the advisement of students in the CNC and Industrial Technologies field
 Oversee the ordering of supplies and equipment

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

CNC_Inst_0419.pdf

Medical Office Administration Instructor

This is an academic nine-month position with full benefits. This position requires a commitment to teaching in a community college setting and the ability to successfully interact and respond to the needs of an academically and culturally diverse campus setting. The courses to be taught include: Medical Terminology, Medical Office Administration, Basic Pharmacology, Medical Coding, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Electronic Health Records. This position will be responsible for:

1. Teaching a minimum of 15 semester hours each fall and spring semester with instruction including, but not limited to, medical office administration courses.
2. Assisting in maintenance and supervision of laboratories.
3. Maintaining office hours to be accessible as needed for student conferences.
4. Assisting in curriculum development and selection of instructional materials.

In addition to teaching duties, the faculty member will be expected to maintain active participation in non-instructional campus responsibilities such as college and departmental initiatives, committee work, student record keeping, curriculum planning, assessment of student learning, recruiting, and professional development.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

Medical-Office-Asst_04192.pdf

Welding Academy Recruiter

The SAU Tech Welding Academy Recruiter will be responsible for recruiting students for the SAU Tech Welding Academy program and the Associate-level welding engineering degree program located in Magnolia, Arkansas. This is a twelve-month position with full benefits and is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institutional policy.

Specifically, the job assignment includes but not limited to:
1. Attend events for recruitment such as welding seminars, FFA conventions, SkillsUSA competitions, as well as visit high schools and career centers throughout the southern USA region.
2. Assist in maintaining required Academy files related to AWS certification records.
3. Teach in the Welding Academy lab when required.

Applications will be received until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

Welding-Recruiter_0419.pdf

Math/Science Tutor

Part-time Temporary position
20 hours per week
$15.00 per hour

Job Description and Qualifications

Social Science Instructor

This is an academic nine-month position with full benefits. This position requires a commitment to teaching in a dynamic community college setting and the ability to successfully interact and respond to the broad ranging needs of an academically and culturally diverse campus setting. The instructor will provide instruction in Psychology, Sociology, Social Programs, and Developmental Psychology. This position will be responsible for:

1. Teaching a minimum of 15 semester hours each Fall and Spring semesters in Psychology, Sociology, Social Problems, and Developmental Psychology.
2. Maintaining a minimum of 10 office hours per week to be accessible as needed for student conferences.
3. Assisting in curriculum development and selection of instructional materials.
4. In addition to teaching duties, the faculty member will be expected to maintain active participation in non-instructional campus responsibilities such as college and departmental initiatives, committee work, student record keeping, curriculum planning, assessment of student learning, recruiting, and professional development.

Review of applications will begin on April 22, 2019. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

Science Instructor

This is an academic nine-month position with full benefits. This position requires a commitment to teaching in a dynamic community college setting and the ability to successfully interact and respond to the broad ranging needs of an academically and culturally diverse campus setting. The instructor will provide instruction in Physics, Chemistry, Physical Science, and Math. This position will be responsible for:

1. Teaching a minimum of 15 semester hours each Fall and Spring semesters in Physics, Chemistry, Physical Science and Math.
2. Providing tutoring and individual supplemental instruction to math students.
3. Maintaining a minimum of 10 office hours per week to be accessible as needed for student conferences.
4. Assisting in curriculum development and selection of instructional materials.
5. In addition to teaching duties, the faculty member will be expected to maintain active participation in non-instructional campus responsibilities such as college and departmental initiatives, committee work, student record keeping, curriculum planning, assessment of student learning, recruiting, and professional development.

Review of applications will begin April 22, 2019. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

Science-Instructor_0419.pdf

Registered Nursing Instructor

This is a full-time 12-month position and is governed by agency/institutional policy.

Primary duties will include but not limited to:
• Teaching theory in the Registered Nursing Program
• Supervising and teaching students in the clinical setting.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

RN-Instructor_0419.pdf

Multimedia Video Production/Graphic Design Instructor

This is an academic nine-month position responsible for:
1. Teaching a minimum of 15 semester hours each fall and spring semester with instruction including, but not limited to, film and video production, computer graphics, and graphic design multimedia courses.
2. Assisting in maintenance and supervision of laboratories.
3. Maintaining a minimum of 10 office hours per week to be accessible as needed for student conferences.
4. Assisting in curriculum development and selection of instructional materials.
5. Assuming duties, including committee assignments over and above assigned classes and office hours.
6. Utilizing talents, academic background, and personal qualities to serve the best interest of students and the College.

Review of applications will begin April 22, 2019. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

Multimedia-Video-Prod_0419.pdf

English Instructor

This is an academic nine-month position with full benefits. This position requires a commitment to teaching in a dynamic community college setting and the ability to successfully interact and respond to the broad ranging needs of an academically and culturally diverse campus setting. The instructor will provide instruction in developmental English and writing, Composition I & II, and Literature I and II. This position will be responsible for:

1. Teaching a minimum of 15 semester hours each Fall and Spring semesters in developmental English and writing, Composition I & II, and Literature I and II.
2. Providing tutoring and individual supplemental instruction to math students.
3. Maintaining a minimum of 10 office hours per week to be accessible as needed for student conferences.
4. Assisting in curriculum development and selection of instructional materials.
5. In addition to teaching duties, the faculty member will be expected to maintain active participation in non-instructional campus responsibilities such as college and departmental initiatives, committee work, student record keeping, curriculum planning, assessment of student learning, recruiting, and professional development.

Review of applications will begin April 22, 2019. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

English_Instructor_0419.pdf

Adult Education Instructor

This is a twelve-month position with full benefits. This position is governed by agency and institution policy.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s Degree preferred
• Current Arkansas teaching license.
• Must earn Adult Ed Certification within three years of hire date.
• Background check required

ANNUAL SALARY: $40,000

Job Description and Qualifications

AE_Instructor_0319.pdf

Workforce Instructor

The position reports directly to the Director of SAU Tech Workforce Training. Duties will include but not limited to:
Develop and teach customized training for business and industries. Work closely with the SAU Tech Workforce Program Coordinator to identify potential clients and training opportunities.

Minimum Qualifications:
Good communication skills; Experience in CNC machining, plasma cutting, welding, blueprint reading, general maintenance, and millwright skills; Experience in electrical and PLCs; Associate's Degree or complete within three (3) years of hire date; Background checks will be conveyed via email.

All SAU Tech employees are expected to demonstrate excellence in interpersonal behaviors and be committed to effective collaboration with colleagues. Joining the SAU Tech family requires a commitment to our culture of Continuous Quality Improvement.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Job Description and Qualifications

Workforce_Inst_0219.pdf

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