$12,000/year NOYCE NSF Scholarships Available

STEM, Provost, News, Engineering, Biology, Biology

$12,000/year NOYCE NSF Scholarships Available

NOYCE SCHOLARSHIP
FOR SENIOR STEM STUDENTS OR STEM GRADUATES
To learn more: Dr. David Torres, davytorres@nnmc.edu, 505-747-2174

Download the NOYCE Application here.

Would you like to become a secondary (7-12 grade) teacher?  Are you majoring in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) field OR do you already have a STEM degree?

You could be eligible for $12,000 a year to pursue licensure as a secondary teacher through the National Science Foundation’s NOYCE grant. Students must teach two years for every year of support.

To be eligible students must:

  1. Declare their major to be a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) major and complete enough hours to be considered a senior or a second semester junior  OR  Have a STEM degree.
  2. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 (some exceptions may be considered).
  3. Be a U.S. citizen or possess status as a national, refugee alien, or permanent resident alien.
  4. Teach two years in a high-risk school district for every year of support.
PR Specialist/Staff Reporter/Writer

Job Posting

PR Specialist/Staff Reporter/Writer

The PR Specialist/Staff Reporter/Writer reports and writes press releases, announcements, print and web news stories, and other communications about the people, events, accomplishments and initiatives at Northern New Mexico College, and distributes them to the media and the college community. This position also works to strategically manage and communicate via social media accounts on behalf of Northern.

As part of Northern’s Communications & Marketing Office (NCAM), the PR Specialist/Staff Reporter/Writer works closely with the Creative Director and Communications team to determine and implement a strategic news and media relations program with the goal of enhancing the public profile, awareness, and positive reputation of Northern, and to advance the mission of the college.

This is a full-time position reporting to the Creative Director in NCAM.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reports, writes, and distributes — through print, email, web, radio, and social media — editorial and creative communications that positively represent Northern, inform and engage our internal/external communities, and advance the College’s mission.
  • Works with the Creative Director to create content for a variety of internal/external college communications, including print publications and collateral, website design and content development, newsletters, publicity materials, and promotions for special events. Contributes to other editorial and promotional projects as necessary.
  • Collaborates with Communications and Administrative teams and college-wide clients to promote student, faculty, staff and institutional news.
  • Develops successful relationships within the campus community to source story ideas that result in media coverage, op-ed and other media appearances that support and advance the College’s visibility and reputation.
  • Establishes positive associations with the media and public on behalf of the College.
  • Co-produces the College’s bi-monthly live radio show.
  • Helps track, measure, and analyze media interaction to inform strategy.
  • Helps to photograph campus events and plan promotional photo shoots.

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:  

  • Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications, or related field, with at least 5 years experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in English, Journalism, or Communications.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Excellent professional writing, editing, proofreading skills for traditional, web and social media, with the ability to package story content (text, image, video, etc.) into a variety of editorial and promotional formats, ranging from full-length narrative features, to news stories, press releases and social media posts
  • Knowledge of journalism, public relations, and general communications principles and practices
  • Ability to work quickly and accurately; plan effectively; work well under pressure — both independently and in a collaborative team environment — and remain flexible as priorities change
  • Superior interpersonal and communications skills and discriminating judgment
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
  • Motivated self-starter; team player; highly organized, and able to meet immediate and long-term deadlines
  • Ability and willingness to provide excellent service and work in a collegial manner with faculty, staff, students, and other constituencies
  • Willing to work occasional evenings and weekend days to cover events
  • Expertise in email marketing via Constant Contact, and social media marketing using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and youTube
  • Working knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro, and Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to produce good, reproduction-quality news photos
  • Knowledge of WordPress and SEO is a plus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment with occasional in-state travel.

Salary Range is $40,000 to $45,000 with a great benefits package.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

Please provide letter of interest, resume, and at least three samples of your work in each of the following areas, where applicable:

Feature/news stories, press releases, print collateral, ad copy, web design and content and social media sites. If you worked with others on any of these projects please state your role.

 Submit to: Northern New Mexico College, Office of Human Resources, Attn: Nanette De La Torre, 921 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM 87532 or email ndelatorre@nnmc.edu.  Additional documentation may be requested from semi-finalists.

EEO/AA Employer

Northern New Mexico College serves a diverse multicultural population and is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, veteran status or disability, or any other protected class in its programs, activities or employment.

The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It not designated to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

 

 

 

Fall 2016 Schedule of Classes Updates

Provost, News, General

Fall 2016 Schedule of Classes Updates

The following classes have either cancelled, closed or have had a change in day or time.
If a class on your Fall 2016 schedule has been affected by one or more of these actions:

  • Please see your department academic adviser and the Financial Aid office (if you are receiving financial aid) as soon as possible. Beginning freshman must go to the Advisement Center (AD 248).
  • For a closed class, please see the instructor of record to request an override to be able to register for the class. The dean or the chairperson are the only individuals authorized to do course overrides.
  • To register for an alternate course, please go to myNNMC
Course Changes In Red
Date of Change Subject Course Number Section CRN Course Title Instructor Days Time Start Time End Bldg/Room
8/19/16 BA 240 201 13590 Principles of Management STAFF BLKBD
8/19/16 BCIS 225 201 12146 Excel Dru Duran BLKBD
8/10/16 BIOL 499 201 13413 T:stream Ecology & Field Method Pedro Chavarria TBA HT 125
8/8/16 CS 201 201 11760 Mathematical Foundations of CS Sadia Ahmed T R 1800 1915 SERPA 103
8/8/16 EECE 231 201 12448 Intermediate Programming Sadia Ahmed M W 1830 1945 HT 123
8/10/16 ES 112 203 12450 Intro to Environmental Science Pedro Chavarria M 0930 1145 GE 203
8/10/16 ES 112L 203 12988 Intro to Environmental Science Lab Pedro Chavarria W 0930 1145 HT 125
8/8/16 IT 350 201 12598 Database Management Raul Peralta Online course
8/16/16 IT 410 201 13077 Information Assurance & Security Stephen Miller Online course
8/16/16 IT 440 201 13472 Advanced Computer Networks Jacob Martinez  M W  1700  1815
8/8/16 IT 599 201 13595 Topics in IT: Network Management Sadia Ahmed 1700 1930 SERPA 103
8/10/16 NURS 410 201 11757 Integ Approach Evid-based Prac Darlene Hess  W 0830 1110  VE 201
8/10/16 NURS 450 201 13090 Comm and global Hlth I A Gutierrez Sisneros  W 1400 1640 VE 201
8/10/16 NURS 460 201 13520 Integ Comm and Teaching Darlene Hess  W 1200 1350 VE 201
8/16/16 OA 261 201 13574 Intro to Project Management STAFF BLKBD
8/10/16 PSY 290 201 10457 Developmental Psychology Pamela Piccolo  TBA BLKBD
8/10/16 PSY 290 202 11901 Developmental Psychology Azul La Luz  M W 1100 1215 VE 201
New Course Added Red
Date of Change Subject Course Number Section CRN Course Title Instructor Days Time Start Time End Bldg/Room
8/11/16 ART 105 204 13609 Intro to Art Theresa Ebie TBA BLKBD
8/16/16 BA 261 201 13610 Business Technology Gerald Wheeler BLKBD
8/17/16 BA 399 201 13643 TP: Business Law Ackerman BLKBD
8/17/16 BA 399 201 13644 TP: principle of Finance Hwang  T  1800  1915
8/19/16 EDTE 412 201 13647 Formal/ Informal Assessment Sandra Rodriguez BLKBD
8/19/16 EDTE 481 201 13648 Linguistics & Phonetics for Bilingual Teacher Sandra Rodriguez BLKBD
8/10/16 ENG 209N 201 13603 Accelerate Basic Comp II Patricia Sutliff M W 1530 1645 ADM 138
8/10/16 ENG 111 209 13604 English Composition I Patricia Sutliff M W 1400 1155 ADM 131
8/10/16 FYE 101 203 12283 Freshman Year Experience Kathryne Lim M 1230 1345 ADM 132
  Cancelled Courses
Date of Change Subject Course Number Section CRN Course Title Instructor Days Time Start Time End
8/22/16 ART 105 204 13609 Intro to Art Theresa Ebie TBA
8/4/16 ART 122 201 12561 Elements of Design in Art STAFF
8/4/16 ART 122C 401 13562 Elements of Design in Art STAFF
8/4/16 ART 180 201 13521 Micaceous Pottery I Bancroft
8/4/16 ART 180C 401 13522 Micaceous Pottery I Bancroft
8/4/16 ART 208 201 11588 History of NM Art and Architecture Ebie
8/4/16 ART 235 201 13525 Watercolor STAFF
8/4/16 ART 235C 401 13526 History of NM Art and Architecture STAFF
8/10/16 BA 220 202 13573 Intro to Business Welsh M W 1100 1215
8/11/16 BA 350 201 13589 Entrepreneurship STAFF M W 1630 1745
8/17/16 BIOL 290 201 13593 Undergrad Research Exp I Mario Izaguirre Sierra TBA
8/17/16 BIOL 392 201 11420 Undergrad Research Exp III STAFF TBA
8/17/16 CJ 410 201 13509 Comparative Perspective in Law Charlene Tsoodle Marcus R 1800 2045
8/19/16 EDBE 305 201 13092 Spanish Literacy for Bil Ed STAFF W S 0900 1700
8/8/16 EDBE 306 201 13501 Spanish for Bil Classroom STAFF W 1600 1845
8/17/16 EECE 472 201 13335 Photovoltaic Devices Vishal Mehta  TBA
8/8/16 EET 300 201 13466 Electrical Systems II Ivan Lopez Hurtado T R 1700 1815
8/8/16 EET 300L 201 13467 Electrical Systems II/Lab Ivan Lopez Hurtado F 1420 1700
8/8/16 ENG 247 201 13480 Creative Nonfiction Heather Winterer T R 1230 1345
8/19/16 FDMA 130 202 13409 TV Production I David Lindblom F 0930 1340
8/19/16 FDMA 130C 401 13537 TV Production I David Lindblom F 0930 1340
8/19/16 FDMA 140 201 13141 Digital Imaging Adobe Dorothy Lopez M 1800 2210
8/19/16 FDMA 140C 401 13371 Digital Imaging Adobe Dorothy Lopez M 1800 2210
8/19/16 HSCI 102 202 11702 Amer Heart Assoc CPR Paul Lisko SU  0900  1800
8/22/16 HPER 104 201 13563 Step Aerobics I Anita Romero M W  0900 0950
8/22/16 HPER 110 201 13564 Swimming Angela Fresquez TBA
8/22/16 HPER 111 201 13565 Water Aerobics Desiree Miranda MW 0850  0850
8/22/16 HPER 111 202 13566 Water Aerobics Desiree Miranda T R  0800 0850
8/22/16 HPER 111 203 13567 Water Aerobics Angela Fresquez T R 1800  1850
8/22/16 HPER 130 201 13569 Intermediate Swimming Angela Fresquez TBA
8/17/16 IT 510 201 13471 Info Assurance and Security STAFF TBA
8/17/16 MATH 110L 201 13198 Accelerated Developmental Math Shaun Cooke TWR  1400  1222
8/17/16 MATH 130L 202 13173 Accelerated Intermediate Algebra Kelvin Rodriguez MTW  1200  1355
8/17/16 MET 301 201 13468 Applied Mechanics II Ashis Nandy M  1600  1740
7/26/16 NURS 100 201 12007 Nursing Aide Dianemarie Billops F 0900 1300
7/26/16 NURS 100L 201 12008 Nursing Aide Lab Dianemarie Billops R 0900 1200
8/19/16 NURS 400 201 12233 Nursing in Transition Susan Wayne T 1200 1350
8/19/16 NURS 401 201 11093 Integral Nursing Theory Darlene Hess T 0900 1140
8/10/16 OA 103 201 13573 Intro to Keyboarding STAFF T R 1100 1215
8/10/16 OA 135 201 13479 Intro to Accounting STAFF TBA
8/19/16 PD 121L 201 12860 Reading, Writing College Success STAFF MW 1200 1340
8/17/16 PHIL 110 201 13513 Intro to Phil Problems Lou Schiano TBA
8/8/16 PHYS 216 201 12733 Engineering Physics II Michael Beddo M T 1940 2055
8/8/16 PHYS 216L 201 12734 Engineering Physics II/Lab Michael Beddo R 1800 2030
8/19/16 PSY 281 201 12575 Pract Sub Abuse Counselors Stephanie Amedeo Marquez TBA
8/8/16 THE 120C 402 13546 Introduction to Theatre I Peggy Laurel TBA

$999,999 NSF Grant Awarded to Northern

STEM, Provost, President, News, General, Biology, Biology

$999,999 NSF Grant Awarded to Northern

August 12, 2016

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $999,999 to Northern New Mexico College for the project: "Biology and Environmental Science Training (BEST)," under the direction of Dr. Ulises Ricoy, Dr. Stephanie Amedeo-Marquez, and Tobe Bott-Lyons.

Stay tuned for more details!

Payment Plans for Fall 2016 Now Available

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Payment Plans for Fall 2016 Now Available

To all Northern Students registering for FALL 2016 Semester:

Payment Plans are now available for Fall 2016 Tuition and Fees. Setting up your plan is easy as 1-2-3. Go to myNNMC and click on TOUCHNET Online Pay. For step-by-step instructions on how to set up a payment plan, download our Payment Plan flyer.

Students must pay in full, or pay a minimum of 5% down plus enroll online in a payment plan by AUGUST 19. There is a $25 charge to enroll in the payment plan.

QUESTIONS? Call 505.747.2131

Healthy Communities Forum, June 16th @Northern

News, General, Foundation

Healthy Communities Forum, June 16th @Northern

On July 16, 2016, the Northern Foundation and NNMC hosted Congressman Ben Ray Lujan and the Healthy Communities Forum: a conversation about substance use and mental health issues in northern New Mexico.

Over 150 community members representing 6 counties in northern New Mexico participated in the event that featured an Open Space dialogue format.

Eight topics were explored in depth: Crisis Response, Care Coordination, Data Capturing, Children and Youth Services, Workforce Development, Family Support, Recovery Support, Justice/Jail Diversion.

Dozens of volunteers from NNMC and the greater community helped make the event possible. Look for a report from the Congressman’s office soon on the findings and possible next steps.

NNMC
Healthy Communities Breakout Session
Healthy Communities Facilitators
Healthy Communities Forum_Community Members 5

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On July 16, 2016, the Northern Foundation and NNMC hosted Congressman Ben Ray Lujan and the Healthy Communities Forum: a conversation about substance use and mental health issues in northern New Mexico.

Over 150 community members representing 6 counties in northern New Mexico participated in the event that featured an Open Space dialogue format.

Eight topics were explored in depth: Crisis Response, Care Coordination, Data Capturing, Children and Youth Services, Workforce Development, Family Support, Recovery Support, Justice/Jail Diversion.

Dozens of volunteers from NNMC and the greater community helped make the event possible. Look for a report from the Congressman’s office soon on the findings and possible next steps.

NNMC
Healthy Communities Breakout Session
Healthy Communities Facilitators
Healthy Communities Forum_Community Members 5

Uncategorized, Job Posting

Human Resources Generalist

Under the direct supervision of the Human Resources Manager, the Human Resources Generalist will assist in the management of the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources Department. The HR Generalist will manage the administration of the human resources policies, procedures and programs and will carry out responsibilities in the following functional areas: employee relations, benefits, institutional training, orientation, workers compensation, OSHA reporting, EEOC, FMLA, ADA, loss control, compensation, and employment hiring.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for all human resource activities to include:  interpretation of policies and collective bargaining unit contracts, employment hiring, compensation, labor relations, benefits, FMLA, workers compensation, and institutional development.
  • Recommend, develop and maintain human resource data bases, such as NMPSIA benefits module, Banner, computer software systems, and manual filing systems.
  • Prepare, process and distribute payroll documents.
  • Design and conduct new employee/student work study orientations.
  • Administer and explain benefits to employees, serve as liaison between employees and insurance carriers.
  • Perform specific research/investigation as required.
  • Assist in the disciplinary process of employees.
  • Work with union representative to resolve labor relation issues.
  • Coordinate the resolution of specific policy-related and procedural problems and inquiries.
  • Provide guidance, assistance and follow-up on College human resources policies, procedures, and documentation.
  • Develop and recommend operating policy and procedural improvements.
  • Participate in the Loss Control Program committee meetings and assist in the implementation of policies and procedures.
  • Process employment verifications.
  • Participate in the Staff Awards Recognition Program Committee, gather and maintain data for the Staff Awards Recognition Program.
  • Develop and maintain relationship with external agencies, universities and other recruitment sources.
  • Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration and four (4) years of experience in human resource operations; recruitment, selection, payroll, compensation and benefits administration, training, labor relations, investigations and/or occupational analysis.  Any combination of education from an accredited college or university in a related field and/or direct experience in this occupation totaling eight (8) years may substitute for the required education and experience.

Preference may be given to applicants who possess Banner experience.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

Must have and maintain a current valid driver’s license.

Must maintain confidentiality.

This position may require additional hours during peak periods.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of Banner, Access, Excel, and MS Office.
  • Ability to assess customer needs and provide excellent customer service.
  • Knowledge of principles and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection, training, compensation and benefits, labor relations and negotiation and personnel information systems.
  • Good working knowledge of office procedures and office management and ability to understand technical instruction.
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to attend to details and meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills and self-starting skills.
  • Ability to adapt to a changing environment.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects successfully.  Work under pressure with stringent deadlines.
  • Ability to work with and present to diverse groups of individuals (faculty, Staff, Students, Public) and good customer relation skills.
  • Active listening – giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
  • Critical Thinking - Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
  • Judgment and Decision Making – considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment.
  • No or very limited exposure to physical risk.
  • No or very limited physical effort required.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1) A complete Resume (sent as a pdf document)

2)  Letter of interest addressing required and preferred qualifications

3) Copy of unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts (official transcripts are required at the time of an offer to interview).

Submit to: Northern New Mexico College, Office of Human Resources, Attn: Nanette De La Torre, 921 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM 87532 or email ndelatorre@nnmc.edu. Additional documentation may be requested from semi-finalists.

EEO/AA Employer

Northern New Mexico College serves a diverse multicultural population and is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, veteran status or disability, or any other protected class in its programs, activities or employment.

The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It not designated to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

Job Posting, Athletics

DANCE AND CHEER COACH – PART-TIME

Under the direction of Northern New Mexico’s Athletic Director, the Dance and Cheer Coach must plan and implement a high quality athletic program that stresses fundamentals, teamwork, and sportsmanship while maintaining high safety standards for all athletes. Directs conditioning of student athletes to achieve the maximum athletic performance assesses athletes skills and evaluates capabilities. The Dance and Cheer Coach must also be committed to high academic standards for all athletes by monitoring the academic performance of team members to ensure that eligibility requirements are met. Additional responsibilities include all functions associated with a head coach of a nationally ranked, competitive cheer & dance program.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure that all relevant institutional, conference and NAIA rules and regulations are followed. Including, but not limited to: student-athlete eligibility, try-out process, scheduling and academic progress.
  • Responsible for the organization and training of the cheerleading squad and supervising its performance during games and practice sessions.
  • Promote a positive academic environment and encourage all athletes to strive for academic excellence.
  • Provide moral support and encouragement to student-athletes.
  • Establish and maintain community contacts, which enhance the success of the program.
  • Specify, purchase, maintain and control the use of uniforms and equipment.
  • Prepare and manage the program-operating budget.
  • Design and implement appropriate conditioning programs, in and out of season, for student-athletes.
  • Develop an active communication protocol, which keeps both parents and student-athletes aware of program status.

MINIMUM EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s degree and/or experience in coaching or participation in cheerleading preferably at the collegiate level; strong campus and community relations. Any combination of education from an accredited college or university in a related field and/or direct experience in the occupation totaling four (4) years may substitute for the education and/or experience.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

Must be safety certified by the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Advisors (AACCA) - four year certification, or must be able to obtain AACCA certification within six months from date of hire.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL

Education and Training — Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects.

English Language — Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.

Psychology — Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation; psychological research methods; and the assessment and treatment of behavioral and affective disorders.

Monitoring — Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.

Judgment and Decision Making — Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.

Learning Strategies — Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things.

Coordination — Adjusting actions in relation to others' actions.

Critical Thinking — Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Considerable physical activity. May require handling of objects that can weigh up to 50 lbs. Work environment involves minimal exposure to physical risks, such as operating dangerous equipment or working with chemicals. May involve moderate exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises.

Send letter of interest, current resume to: Northern New Mexico College, Attn: Nanette De La Torre, 921 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM 87532 or email to ndelatorre@nnmc.edu.

EEO/AA Employer

Northern New Mexico College serves a diverse multicultural population and is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, veteran status or disability, or any other protected class in its programs, activities or employment.

The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It not designated to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

 

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