Employment Opportunities

Employment Application -NOW REQUIRED

 The following positions are currently advertised for New River (the PDF documents require you to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed):

Adjunct Instructor for Manufacturing and Industrial Systems

Adjunct Instructors for Math and English - All Campuses

Adjunct Instructors for Business, Hospitality, Health Insurance Billing and Coding, Humanities, Marketing, and Mathematics courses - Off Campus

Clinical Instructor (part-time, not benefits eligible) - Beckley Campus

CNA Instructors (part-time, not benefits eligible) - All Campuses

Database Tech I - Raleigh County Campus

Financial Aid Counselor - Greenbrier Valley Campus

Info System Tech - Nicholas County Campus

Instructional Specialist of Line Service Mechanic - Advanced Technology Center

Instructor/Director of Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Program - Raleigh County Campus

Instructor of Nursing (4 positions) - Nicholas County Campus

Student Program Advisor - Mercer County Campus

Visiting Instructor of Cosmetology - Greenbrier Valley Campus

How to Apply

Applicants are required to submit a completed Employment Application specifying each position of interest and copies of college transcripts/licenses/certifications or high school diploma to:

Office of Human Resources
New River Community and Technical College
167 Dye Drive
Beckley, WV 25801-2637

OR, Preferred Method: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Application materials must be received by the closing date to ensure full consideration for the position. 

EEOC Poster

Statement of Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action

New River Community and Technical College is an Affirmative Action/ADA/Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to the principle that minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, blindness, veteran status, family status, or disability in its educational programs or in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment as required by applicable state and federal law.

The offices listed below have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies.

Inquiries from College and Prospective Employees

Leah Taylor, Chief Human Resources Officer and Director of Process Improvement

New River Community and Technical College
167 Dye Drive
Beckley, WV 25801

Phone: (304) 929-6701

Fax: (304) 929-6707

Inquiries from Current and Future Students

Dr. Allen Withers, Vice-President of Student Services

New River Community and Technical College
221 George Street, Suite 2
Beckley, WV 25801

Phone: (304) 929-5011

Fax: (304) 929-6708

New River Policies

ADMINISTRATION

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

STUDENT AFFAIRS

FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS

MISCELLANEOUS

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ADMINISTRATION

A.100: Definition of Council, Senate, Committee and Faculty Assembly

A.200: Drug-Free Workplace

A.300: Policies and Procedures for Submission of Grant Applications

A.400: Fund Raising Policies and Guidelines

A.500: Faculty Emeritus Status

A.600: Emeritus Status for Classified Employees

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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

B.100: Promotion and Tenure

B.200: In Progress

B.300: Financial Exigency Policy

B.400: Program Reduction, Suspension or Elimination

B.500: Periodic Review of Outside Services

B.600: Honors Designations

B.700: Repealed

B.800: Policy on tuition refunds or credits for students called to Active Military Service

B.900: In Progress

B.1000: In Progress

B.1100: Standards for Degree Designations and General Education Requirements

B.1200: Faculty Instructional Workload

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STUDENT AFFAIRS

C.100: Financial Aid

C.200: Student Conduct Code

C.300 Vacant

C.400: Drug-Free Campus

C.500: AIDS/HIVS

C.600: Student Record Policy

C.700: Security Needs

C.800: Student Worker Policy Regarding Confidentiality

C.900: Late Registration Fees

C.1000: Employee Wellness Program

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FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS

D.100: Bookstore Desk Copy Policy and Procedures

D.200: Bookstore Resale of Campus Educational Materials

D.300: Institutional Bookstore Return Policy

D.400: Bookstore Used Book Buy-Back Policy

D.500: Establish fees for students taking classes at New River and other state-supported higher education institutions

D.600: Refund Schedule

D.700: Enforcement and Penalties for Traffic and Parking Violations

D.800: Policy for Classification Review

D.900: Vacant

D.1000: Repealed

D.1100: Vehicle Management Policy

D.1200: Lost and Found Policy

D.1300: Compensatory/Overtime Provisions

D.1400: Repealed

D.1500 Travel Rule, Policies and Procedures

D.1600 Classified Employee Layoff (Bumping) Procedures

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MISCELLANEOUS

E.100 In Progress

E.200 Classified Staff Council Constitution

E.300 Assignment of Faculty to Teach Summer Courses

E.400 Scheduling of Summer Courses

E.500 In Progress

E.600 In Progress

E.700 Campus Wide Tobacco Usage

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New River Procedures

 

Procedure No. 1 : Travel

Procedure No. 2 : Book Advance Fund

Procedure No. 3 : Inclement Weather and Emergency Situation Procedure

Procedure No. 4 : Employment Search and Selection

Procedure No. 5 : New Employee Orientation

Procedure No. 6 : RSE Tiers

Procedure No. 7 : Faculty Evaluations

Procedure No. 8 : Summer Office Hours and Employee Work Schedules Procedures

Procedure No. 9 : Grants and External Funding Applications

Procedure No. 10 : Faculty / Administrator Emeritus

Procedure No. 11 : Classified Staff Emeritus

Procedure No. 12 : Drug-Free Workplace

Procedure No. 13 : Naming Designation for College Property

Procedure No. 14 : Protocol and Response to Student Death

Procedure No. 15 : Influenza and Pandemic Outbreak

Procedure No. 16 : Protocol for Notification of Board of Governors, Employee, or Family Member Death

Procedure No. 17 : Website Maintenance

Procedure No. 18 : Equal Employment Opportunity and Sexual Harassment Complaint Procedure

Procedure No. 19 : Mobile Communication Device Procedure

Procedure No. 20 : Leave Management System

Procedure No. 21 : Computer Use

Procedure No. 22 : Social Media Procedure

Procedure No. 23 : Background Screening Procedure

Procedure No. 24 : Email Communication

Procedure No. 25 : Personnel Development

Procedure No. 26 : Freedom of Information Requests

Procedure No. 27 : Equal Opportunity, Nondiscrimination, Sexual Misconduct and Other Forms of Harassment

Operating Rules

Operating Rule 1 : Grant and External Funding Applications

Operating Rule 2 : Faculty/Administrator Emeritus

Operating Rule 3 : Classified Staff Emeritus

Operating Rule 5 : Prohibition of Weapons

Operating Rule 6 : Salary and Merit

Operating Rule 8 : Naming Designation for College Property

Operating Rule 10 : Tuition Waivers

Operating Rule 11 : Website

Operating Rule 12 : President Emeritus(a) Status

Operating Rule 13 : Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action

Operating Rule 14 : Hiring

Operating Rule 15 : Capital Project Management

Operating Rule 16 : Computer Use

Operating Rule 17 : Sexual Harassment

Operating Rule 18 : Bookstore and Textbooks

Operating Rule 19 : Employing, Evaluating, and Responsibilities of the President

Operating Rule 20 : Personnel Development

Operating Rule 21 : Travel

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Payment Date for Fall Semester

Every student with a balance due must make a payment on their account by Friday August 8, 2014.  Please note that the August 15 deadline given in some previous communications was incorrect. If you have questions, please contact the Business Office on your campus.