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Posted: 06/16/2011

Lamar Community College

Program Specialist: Construction & Renewable Energy Technologies
Professional Opportunity
Lamar, CO
$ Based on education and experience
Open Until
Until Filled

FULL-TIME: 166 day faculty contract plus supplemental administrative contract. Under the direction of the VP of Academic Services and Title III Grant administrator the position will lead the Construction Technologies and Historic Preservation programs (implemented 2010). The succesful candidate will also organize efforts to develop the college's new Renewable Energy Technologies program. All of these programs are principally funede through a five-year (OCtober 2008 -September 2013) U.S. Department of Education Title III Strengthining Institutions grant. At the conclusion of the grant, the position would be retained as aprogram coordinator and lead instructor.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree with eighteen hours in related discipline preferred or equivalent professional degree. Experience in historic preservation, architecture, construction management, or sustainable design are highley desirable. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required. Community college teaching and curriculum development experience preferred. Program management experience/expertise highly desired. Must hold or have credentials to qualify for Colorado Vocational Certification.

How to apply
Send full resume/CV, cover letter addressing qualifications including any applicable certifications or licensces, completed LCC Application for Exempt Employment (available at www.lamarcc.edu), copy of unoficial transcripts, and three names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of professional references to: Lamar Community College ATTN: Alicia Schenck 2401 South Main Lamar, CO 81052

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