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Find two jobs within a commutable distance.
Cottleville, MissouriContract Trainer II - Safety Training
Cottleville, MissouriAcademic Counselor for Allied Health
Cottleville, MissouriFull-Time Faculty: Medical Assistant Credit Program, Fall 2017
Dardenne Prairie, MissouriFull-time Faculty: Health Information Management, Fall 2017
Dardenne Prairie, Missouri
Established in 1986 with the first classes held in 1987, St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities.
Distinctions of Note
- St. Charles Community College is the choice of nearly one in four St. Charles County high school graduates.
- SCC is the fourth largest of Missouri’s 12 community college districts.
- SCC graduates are well prepared for the workforce. Students in allied health programs such as Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Health Information Technology consistently exceed state and national pass rates for licensure. Frequently, pass rates of 100% have been achieved.
- An accredited, highly acclaimed on-campus Child Development Center is available at reduced fees for children of SCC students.
- The beautiful 12-building campus has won architectural awards for its innovative, contemporary “educational village” design.
St. Charles Community College earned two workplace honors in 2014 – the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplace and The Chronicle of Higher Education Great College to Work For – proving SCC is a great place to work and learn.
Full-Time Faculty Benefits
Please be advised that the information listed below is a summary of the benefits. This is not an all-inclusive, detailed list of all benefits, and is subject to change. This document should not be viewed as an implied offer of employment, and the information below does not take the place of Benefit Summary Plan Descriptions.
Employer Credit is how the College shares the cost of your benefits. The coverage level you select on your medical coverage will determine the Employer Credit amount for which you qualify. This amount can then be applied toward your benefits.
|If You Choose:||Employer Credit Amount:|
|Waive Medical Coverage||Up to $110|
|Employee Only Medical Coverage||Up to $642.64|
|Employee + 1 Medical Coverage||Up to $923.10|
|Employee + Family Medical Coverage||Up to $1,169.84|
Cigna (Open Access Plus) – Eligible the first of the month following 45 days of full-time employment.
CIGNA Option 1
|CIGNA Medical Plan I (90% / 10%)||Plan I Per Month|
|Employee + 1||$1,268.66|
|Employee + Family||$1,794.68|
CIGNA Option 2
|CIGNA Medical Plan II (80% / 20%)||Plan II Per Month|
|Employee + 1||$1,253.05|
|Employee + Family||$1,772.61|
CIGNA Healthcare (Dental PPO, CORE Network) – Eligible the first of the month following 45 days of full-time employment.
|If You Choose:||Plan Per Month:|
|Employee + Family||$86.54/month|
EyeMed (Insight) - Eligible the first of the month following 45 days of full-time employment.
|Employee + Spouse||$10.29/month|
|Employee + Children||$10.83/month|
|Employee + Family||$15.91/month|
The college participates in the Public School Retirement System of Missouri (PSRS). Eligible employees, upon hire or when hours worked reach eligibility levels, participate in PSRS. Contribution amount, effective July 2011, is 14.5% plus a College match of 14.5%. Visit www.psrs-peers.org for additional information.
Coverage begins on the first calendar day following 90 days of employment in an eligible class. Elimination periods are: 60, 90 and 180 days. The college contributes up to $100 towards the annual premium. The remainder of the cost will be covered by the employee.
Full-time faculty will accrue nine sick days over the course of the academic year.
Summer Sick Time Accrual: One additional day is accrued for teaching during June and/or July, with a maximum additional accrual of two days.
Holidays & Personal Days
The college recognizes 10 paid holidays with one floating day and the weekdays which fall between observed Christmas and New Year’s holidays.
Three personal days per fiscal year are available to current full-time employees on July 1.
The college may grant sabbatical leave to faculty members after 12 continuous semesters, not including summers. Sabbatical leaves are recommended on a competitive basis by a Sabbatical Committee.
Promotion in Rank
Faculty members may be considered for promotion in rank. The levels of academic rank include:
- Assistant Professor
- Associate Professor
Additional SCC Benefits
The college is committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunity regarding the treatment of faculty, staff and students. The college adheres to a strict non-discrimination policy in student admission, educational programs, activities and employment regardless of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability or genetic information. The college is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The college maintains a complaint procedure for the purpose of investigating and providing prompt and equitable remedy.
SCC serves our community by focusing on academic excellence, student success, workforce advancement, and life-long learning within a global society. We celebrate diversity and we enrich the economic and cultural vitality of the region by providing an accessible, comprehensive, and supportive environment for teaching and learning.
Our passion for student success is reflected in an array of innovative academic, career/technical, workforce development, and community programs. Our partnerships and cultural opportunities enrich and transform our community.
Values and How We Demonstrate Them
The following describe our values and exemplify how we demonstrate these values to foster a positive learning and work atmosphere.
Communication, Trust, and Respect: We value mutual trust and respect and encourage open communication within the college community.
o We keep confidential information confidential.
o We trust others and keep our commitments to each other.
o We listen to and respect one another’s different viewpoints.
o We expect the best in others and communicate in positive ways.
o We thank people for helping us.
o We apologize to others when appropriate.
o We share good news and bad news with others, working to solve problems.
o We express appreciation for the contribution that employees make to the College.
Commitment to Student Success: We are committed to providing the finest instruction, resources, and support services to enhance the growth and development of our students.
o We recognize serving students as our primary purpose.
o We provide excellent educational opportunities and services for our students.
o We value a diverse campus population which enriches the educational experience.
o We treat students fairly and respectfully.
o We model to students behaviors that reflect these values.
Learning for Life: We recognize learning as a continuous process.
o We respond to the educational needs of our community.
o We solicit constructive ideas from one another and use them to help us to improve.
o We seek professional development opportunities that help us improve and grow.
o We provide educational opportunities that inspire and encourage a love of learning.
Collaborative and Democratic Decision Making: We value informed decisions made by people closest to the issue.
o We work to make decisions by consensus.
o We seek input and involvement from others on decisions that affect them.
o We encourage the expression of different viewpoints when making decisions.
o We communicate decisions to all affected parties.
Innovation and Excellence: We encourage the highest quality of instruction within the classroom and service throughout the campus community.
o We try new approaches to enhance teaching, student learning and operations.
o We evaluate new technologies and incorporate them when appropriate.
o We accept responsibility for creating significant, meaningful student learning experiences.
o We take pride in and ownership of our work.
o We value individual and collective achievement.
Cooperation: We value teamwork.
o We resolve differences by doing what is best for our students and the College.
o We use our abilities and knowledge to help one another succeed, asking for help when needed.
o We respect and value diversity, recognizing that every person plays an important role at the College.
Service: We value service to students, the community, and one another.
o We identify diverse student needs and seek out ways to fulfill them.
o We model courteous, professional behavior.
o We offer suggestions and assistance to others.
o We accept our fair share of College service responsibilities.
o We are attentive and responsive to the needs of campus visitors.
Responsible Stewardship: We prudently protect and manage the resources entrusted to us.
o We manage college resources to maintain affordability and accessibility.
o We value our strategic plan and use it as a guide to drive actions, investments and budgetary decisions.
o We consider the impact to institutional resources when making decisions.
o We strive to protect the natural environment and promote sustainability.