Employment

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

It is the policy of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design to provide equal employment opportunity. The college does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, familial status, disability, age, marital status, genetic information, status with regard to receipt of public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Faculty Opportunities

Adjunct Faculty—Degree Programs

Part-Time, Temporary Teaching Positions
Adjunct Faculty

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design seeks applicants for possible part-time, temporary teaching positions as Adjunct Faculty.

Individuals qualified to teach in the undergraduate areas of design, fine arts, media arts, entrepreneurial studies, and the Masters of Fine Arts Graduate Critique Seminar course are invited to apply for consideration when temporary positions arise. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

To ensure consideration, the following application materials must be received:

  1. A letter of application (not to exceed two pages)
  2. A curriculum vitae (not to exceed three pages)
  3. The names, phone numbers, and email addresses of three professional references
  4. A URL of professional website and/or a single PDF including personal work and student work when applicable (include up to 20 personal images and 20 student images, limit file size to 10MB or less).
  5. For time based work please submit a URL of professional website and/ or links to Vimeo or YouTube (include up to 20 personal links and 20 student links, to ensure access, make sure these are not password protected). Do not email video files. Title all files with your last name, first name, the corresponding number in the list above (01, 02, 03, 04), and the department (Fine Arts, Media, or Design). For example: Doe_John_01_Design.pdf

Submit all materials in an email with the subject line Adjunct Faculty Application to academic_affairs@mcad.edu

All correspondence regarding these positions is conducted via email.

 

Instructor Positions, Summer Youth Programs

Minneapolis College of Art and Design Instructor, Summer Youth Programs

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design seeks applicants for possible part-time, temporary teaching positions in our continuing education department.

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design seeks qualified instructors to teach in the MCAD Summer Youth Programs. MCAD Summer Youth Programs offer classes for kids and teens, ages 5-18, on a variety of art and design topics.

Qualifications include: An MFA or advanced degree in Art Education and a minimum of 3 years experience developing and teaching art classes for youth. As a condition of employment, applicants will be required to undergo a background check.

To apply, send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, the names and phone numbers of three professional references, a URL and/or non-returnable CD of professional and/or student work (if available) to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Assistant Director, Continuing Education
2501 Stevens Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
betsy_catron@mcad.edu

Applications received by Nov. 15 will be given priority consideration.

 

Liberal Arts Adjunct Faculty

Liberal Arts Department
Part-Time, Temporary Teaching Positions
Adjunct Faculty

 

The liberal arts department at Minneapolis College of Art and Design reviews applications for part-time, temporary teaching positions on an ongoing basis.

The department is especially interested in candidates whose teaching experience and professional skills closely align with one or more of our distribution requirements: Scientific Perspectives, Economics and Mathematical Systems, Global Perspectives, Political Thought and Ethics, Creative and Professional Writing, or Art History. Candidates with experience in Foundation Art History or Foundation Writing are also encouraged to apply.

Note that no studio classes are taught in the liberal arts department. Candidates interested in teaching in the studio arts should contact the respective department: Media Arts, Fine Arts, Design, or the Bachelor of Science Program.

Requirements: Previous teaching experience is required. MA/MFA (or professional equivalent) required; ABD or PhD (or professional equivalent) preferred. Adjunct faculty members are expected to maintain active professional practices during their appointments.

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design has been creating art on the cutting edge for well over a century. With the highest accreditation level possible for an art and design college, MCAD provides students the instruction they need to grow—along with the freedom critical to fostering their individual creativity.

Recognized nationally and internationally for its innovative approaches, MCAD offers majors in advertising, animation, comic art, drawing, filmmaking, fine arts studio, graphic design, furniture design, illustration, painting, photography, print paper book, sculpture, and web and multimedia environments.

Located in South Minneapolis next to two of the Twin Cities' cultural gems—the Children's Theatre Company and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts—MCAD offers students an ideal mix of support and challenge. The community is able to be part of the arts at MCAD through continuing education and youth programs, exhibitions, lectures, and special events.

To ensure consideration, the following application materials must be received:

  1. A letter of application stating how experience and credentials fulfill the requirements for this position, a statement regarding Liberal Arts within an art and design context, and description of current research (not to exceed two pages)
  2. Curriculum vitae and statement of teaching philosophy (not to exceed three pages)
  3. Complete information for three professional references
  4. URL of professional website (optional)

Submit all materials in a single PDF file. Limit the PDF file size to 10MB or less and title the file as follows: last name_first name_la_adjunct.pdf

Email complete application file to academic_affairs@mcad.edu.

Applications reviewed on an ongoing basis. Applications will be acknowledged via email. Interviews will be scheduled based on departmental needs.

 

Part-Time, Temporary Teaching Positions, Continuing Education Program

Part-Time, Temporary Teaching Positions
Continuing Education Program


The Minneapolis College of Art and Design seeks applicants for possible part-time, temporary teaching positions in our continuing education program.

Qualified individuals are invited to submit proposals or to apply for consideration when temporary positions arise in the following areas: drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, illustration, comic art, animation, photography, film, graphic design, typography, and youth programs.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. To apply, send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, the names and phone numbers of three professional references, a URL and/or non-returnable CD of professional and student work (if available) to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Assistant Director, Continuing Education
2501 Stevens Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
betsy_catron@mcad.edu

 

Teaching Positions in Graphic Design, Web Design, and Web Development

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design offers two 30-credit post-baccalaureate certificates in graphic design and in interactive design and marketing for students who hold an undergraduate degree and want to develop professional skills. The certificates are awarded upon successful completion of a 10-course sequence completed over two or three years. The interactive design and marketing certificate is a fully online program with both students and faculty residing all over the country. Course content includes ideation, design history, web design and development, managing workflow and professional relationships, design theory, and research methods.

Professional designers. marketers and web developers are invited to apply for teaching assignments (typically one course per semester) in these exciting programs. The post-baccalaureate certificates are offered through the continuing education department with full access to state-of-the-art computer labs, the print facility, and seminar classrooms at the college for face-to-face courses. Those applying for teaching assignments in the online program do not need to reside in Minnesota.

To apply, send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, the names and phone numbers of three professional references, a URL and/or non-returnable CD of professional and student work (if available) to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Director, Continuing Education
Continuing Education Dept.
2501 Stevens Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
ce_director@mcad.edu

 

Staff Opportunities

Public Safety Officer (FT - 1ST Shift)

PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICE

This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position, working 40 hours per week (Friday through Tuesday) on the 1st Shift (7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.). Starting wage is $13.25 to $13.75 per hour, based on experience. An excellent training program is provided which includes certification in Defensive Tactics, Search & Seizure, Conflict Resolution, Crisis Management and First Aid & C.P.R. All required uniforms and necessary equipment will be supplied by the college.

We enjoy a dynamic work environment that includes outstanding holiday and vacation time accruals. We offer a flexible and comprehensive benefit plan, including medical, dental and 403(b) Pension plans. After six months of service, you will receive free MCAD tuition for yourself, your spouse and your dependent children, and your dependents may be eligible for free tuition at more than 600 colleges nation-wide.

To apply e-mail your cover letter, resume and reference information to PSO@mcad.edu; OR send same to:
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Attn: Director of Public Safety, Public Safety Office
2501 Stevens Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Provide a safe and secure campus environment by: protecting life and property; preventing and responding to crimes; operating the communications center; and assisting the college community by responding to requests of service. All duties will be carried out in accordance with local, state and federal laws, as well as college policies.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Respond to emergencies by assessing the situation, employing tact, diplomacy, and individual judgment to remedy and/or maintain control.
  2. Each Officer will become thoroughly familiar with the campus, college policies, department policies, and local, state and federal laws for the purpose of:
    1. Preventing crime.
    2. Protecting life and property.
    3. Responding to and handling any disturbances and violations of local, state and federal laws and college policies.
    4. Apprehending those engaged in activities of criminal or disturbing nature.
    5. Noting and reporting suspicious people.
    6. Assisting the community and public whenever possible.
  3. Patrol the college buildings and property surrounding the campus remaining alert for all accidents, incidents and irregularities, and reporting all such conditions.
  4. Operate telephone, including the switchboard and emergency lines.
  5. Monitor fire control systems and alarms.
  6. Monitor the surveillance cameras located throughout the facility.
  7. Monitor all radio traffic, including other departments and the police when applicable.
  8. Prepare necessary reports relating to all incidents encountered on applicable forms in a precise manner acceptable for outside distribution, including maintaining incident report information and keeping logs and files up-to-date.
  9. Provide information services to all walk-up traffic and telephone calls.
  10. Keep the dispatch and office areas secure at all times, prohibiting unauthorized persons from entering.
  11. Record and secure all lost and found items, and follow Public Safety procedures for returning the property to the owner.
  12. Enforce parking rules and regulations.
  13. Become acquainted with all faculty, staff and students.
  14. Maintain office and vehicle cleanliness.
  15. Perform other duties and responsibilities as required or assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: High School diploma, or equivalent, required. Associate’s Degree, preferred. First Aid and CPR Certification, preferred.

Experience: General security experience, particularly in a college environment, preferred. Understanding of law enforcement and the key issues that impact a security officer.

Skills: Must possess excellent written and oral communication and customer service skills, as well as interpersonal skills. Must have ability to prioritize when dealing with multiple high-priority situations. Basic Microsoft word experience helpful.

Other: This position has been identified as security sensitive, and as such will require a background check. Must pass Kari Koskinen Manager Background Check. Must pass Motor Vehicle DMV Check and possess a valid Minnesota driver’s license, good record. At the discretion of the college, various background checks may be done during the course of employment.

Communications Coordinator

MCAD DesignWorks

This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position. We enjoy a dynamic work environment that includes generous holiday and vacation time accruals. We offer a flexible and comprehensive benefit plan including medical, dental, and 403(b) pension plans. After six months of service you will receive free MCAD tuition for yourself, your spouse, and your dependent children, and your dependents may be eligible for free tuition at more than 600 colleges nationwide.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Responsible for providing production support for all MCAD communication and design projects.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Review new projects and assist in initial project planning
  2. Edit and/or proofread copy for publication, making stylistic, structural, and grammatical corrections, as well as other substantive changes as needed
  3. Confer with author on content, form, style, and price, perform manuscript revision
  4. Write and/or report on and publish copy for department/school/college publications
  5. Ensure MCAD branding and communications standards are met on all projects
  6. Assist in scheduling and distributing work to other staff members, students, casuals and temporary workers
  7. Coordinate production aspects of a wide variety of materials for production, as well as post-production activities, such as mailing, mail house arrangements, registrations of copyright, etc.
  8. Manage social media and other marketing opportunities to promote DW to clients
  9. Identify and prepare projects for award considerations
  10. Provide assistance of a general office nature for immediate supervisor, department head or others involved in the larger unit
  11. Make editorial changes in design files (mostly InDesign files)
  12. Help foster a creative, healthy, and responsive studio environment for DesignWorks

KEY RELATIONSHIPS:

  • DesignWork full-time staff and part-time staff
  • Studio Manager
  • Senior Designer
  • Director of Communications and External Relations
  • Internal clients
  • External clients
  • XComm (internal committee of communications professionals)

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: 4-year degree in English, Communications, or Marketing (preferred but not required)

Experience: 1–3 years in publishing, communications, marketing, or related field

Skills: Versed in Chicago Manual of Style; strong written and spoken English; a high level of accuracy and attention to detail; ability to prioritize and meet deadlines; teamworking skills; independent working skills. Design and pre-press knowledge, a plus. Fluency in studio software, including Word, Excel, GoggleDocs, InDesign and others.

Other: This position has been identified as security sensitive, and as such will require a background check. At the discretion of the college, various background checks may be done during the course of employment.

To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three professional references, salary requirement, and your portfolio to: communications@mcad.edu with “Communications Coordinator Search” in the subject line; OR send same to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Communications Coordinator Search
2501 Stevens Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Digital Learning Support Specialist

Learning Center, Part-Time (Non-Benefit Eligible)

The Learning Center at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design seeks a Digital Leaning Support Specialist .  This is a non-benefits eligible position scheduled to work approximately 20 hours per week during fall and spring semesters. The school year begins in mid August and ends in May. 

To apply, email (your cover letter, resume, three professional references and salary requirements to:
hmarshall@mcad.edu;  with “Digital Learning Support Specialist” in the subject line.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

This position will support the delivery of basic and advanced digital instruction in the Learning Center.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provide faculty and student support for the use of assistive technology related to accommodating Learning Disabilities. Includes research and implementation of best practices for OCR, speech-to-text, text-to-speech, note taking, and other programs designed to create equal access to course materials and learning environments, both online and face-to-face.
  2. Provide basic and advanced software training for students and faculty. This training will take the form of workshops, one-on-one instruction, and small group instruction.
  3. Produce and update software-specific handouts, presentations, workshops, and other resources for students and faculty.
  4. Create and provide software-specific demonstrations for class presentations, base on faculty requests.
  5. Produce and deliver regular Learning Center tutor training in basic and advanced software, including build and assignment-specific updates.
  6. Identify, develop, and implement new methods of service delivery, including new online tools and other strategies for improving efficiency and effectiveness.
  7. Analyze statistics and student/faculty inquiries to inform planning, training, promotion, and effective use of resources; recommend and implement such changes.
  8. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree; plus two (2) years of experience working in an education (or comparable) setting.

Experience: Experience teaching software and/or working with students and instructions to support software learning. Experience and expertise with Adobe Suite, multimedia software, HTML/Coding, Microsoft Office Suite, and Mac OS X. Demonstratied ability to manage multiple assignments and meet deadlines. Experience with computer support and troubleshooting. Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated creativity, initiative, and self-direction. Ability to work independently and in cooperation with colleagues and students in a service-oriented, collaborative environment.

Other: This position has been identified as security sensitive, and as such will require a background check. At the discretion of the college, various background checks may be done during the course of employment.

Program Coordinator

Continuing Education

This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position and is available immediately. We enjoy a dynamic work environment that includes outstanding holiday and vacation time accruals. We offer a flexible and comprehensive benefit plan including medical, dental and 403(b) pension plans. After six months of service you will receive free MCAD tuition for yourself, your spouse and your dependent children, and your dependents may be eligible for free tuition at more than 600 colleges nation-wide.

Continuing Education is a dynamic, growing department that administers and develops programs at the College for diverse audiences, ages 5 and up

Then to apply, e-mail cover letter, resume or C.V. and the names of three professional references and salary requirements to: ce_director@mcad.edu with Continuing Education Program Coordinator Search in the subject line; OR, send same to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Director, Continuing Education
2501 Stevens Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Administrative responsibility related to implementing programs, with a focus on faculty support, staff recruitment and hiring, evaluation, and contracts. Works to ensure smooth and successful operation of all Continuing Education classes and programs.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

A. Faculty Support

  1. With the Director, oversees the operation of evening and weekend classes, as well as other special programs.
  2. Train and provide orientation to new faculty; refresher orientations to returning faculty.
  3. Update, assemble, and distribute faculty packs.
  4. Respond to requests (room changes, miscellaneous needs, general inquiries).
  5. Reserve classroom or event space on the intranet course/room schedule.
  6. Arrange logins and server space each semester through Computer Support.
  7. Communicate important information to instructors prior to each session.
  8. Collect syllabi and budgets each session.
  9. Track paperwork and contracts as returned; track payroll notices and timecards when required.
  10. Run background checks for instructors and assistants working with minors.
  11. Set up instructor accounts at Art Cellar and Library.
  12. Oversee inventory for Adult CE courses and respond to instructor requests for supplies.
  13. Meet with new instructors and assistants regarding HR and Accounting documents.
  14. Process check requests and collect W9 forms for guest lecturers, artists, and others.
  15. Advise CE staff on appropriate HR related paperwork and payroll processes for miscellaneous independent contractors, visiting artists, substitute instructors, etc.

B. Faculty/Staff Recruitment/Hiring

  1. Respond to inquiries from prospective faculty about application process.
  2. Intake prospective faculty applications and send acknowledgement letters.
  3. Maintain databases/spreadsheets of current, past and prospective faculty.
  4. Create and maintain faculty files.
  5. Build faculty and staff spreadsheets each session.
  6. Review applications, interview, hire, and provide orientation to teaching assistants and administrative staff for the Pre-College Summer Session, Studio Kids, Summer Youth Programs and adult classes.
  7. Manages all payroll requests, contracts. Letters of agreement, check requests, and honoraria for CE instructors and adjunct faculty, staff, visiting faculty and third parties. Confers with the Director and faculty on budget, schedule, and contract terms.

C. Catalog Production/Online Course Description Publication

  1. Work with Program Specialist and Enrollment and Marketing Coordinator to establish internal catalog production schedule and deadlines.
  2. Once faculty has submitted online forms, Coordinator will review and check for completion; will compile any special requests; track supply and facilitates fees.
  3. Follow up with faculty regarding incomplete information or suggested edits to course titles and descriptions.
  4. Work with Enrollment and Marketing Coordinator to ensure that all material for the course catalog is complete and accurate.
  5. Make suggestions for improved catalog production process. -Participates on the development of new publications and the updating and reprinting of existing publications.

D. Staff and Program Evaluation

  1. Collect and review program evaluation data from Summer Youth Program Assistants.
  2. Help with organizing evaluations, surveys, and feed-back from students regarding faculty.
  3. Coordinate, collect, and analyze program evaluation from faculty regarding their experiences teaching continuing Education programs (adult, PCSS, and Summer Youth Programs).
  4. Archive evaluation data and share with faculty.
  5. Suggest improvements and share ideas for program and curriculum.

E. General Duties

  1. Track enrollment and communicate with instructors regarding enrollment numbers.
  2. Contact faculty and teaching assistants when classes are canceled.
  3. Provide data as needed to department staff and to other departments.
  4. Collaborates with Director to evaluate and refine systematic and efficient office procedures.
  5. Work with Director to oversee Figure Drawing Co-op, including setting dates, room reservations, and hiring of monitors.
  6. Other duties as requested by Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: High School graduate or equivalent; secondary education, with arts education or arts administration background preferred.

Experience: Three to five years office support is required. Experience working with the public, particularly in a college or other educational setting, or an arts organization is strongly preferred.

Skills: Strong knowledge of the Macintosh operating system with MS Word and Excel, Google Docs, Spreadsheets, and Forms. Some knowledge of Salesforce helpful. Experience with, or knowledge of, studio based art disciplines or practice desired. The ability to communicate well verbally and in writing is important. Must be able to handle several projects at one time, be self-directed, highly organized, with great attention to detail, and able to meet deadlines.

Other: This position has been identified as security sensitive, and as such will require a background check. At the discretion of the college, various background checks may be done during the course of employment.

Counseling Psychologist (Casual)

Student Affairs

The Minneapolis College Art and Design seeks a Counseling Psychologist to work with students on a part-time basis. Work schedule for this position is Wednesdays (7 to 8 hrs) for 14 weeks per semester (fall and spring) for a total of 28 weeks. The school years begins in mid August and ends in May. There is potential for additional hours determined by needs of the department.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Counsel students regarding personal growth and development. Provide diagnosis and referrals as needed. Consult with faculty and staff regarding mental health and chemical dependency issues.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provide individual counseling and assessment services for students.
  2. Counsel and refer students with a variety of problems including depression, anxiety, chemical use/abuse, difficulty adjusting to aspects of student life, or who are having other personal/social difficulties.
  3. Assist in developing and delivering workshops or training sessions for students, faculty and staff as needed.
  4. Assist in developing and maintaining a network of professionals and organizations that can serve as referral sources for students.
  5. Work with Student Affairs, Housing and Student Activities personnel to develop ongoing health/wellness programming for students.
  6. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: MA or Ph.D. in counseling and MN licensure

Experience: Proven experience in working as a counselor with college-aged students. College counseling center experience helpful. Interest in art/design field a plus.

Skills: Strong interpersonal communication, counseling, diagnostic and referral skills.

Other: This position has been identified as security sensitive, and as such will require a background check. At the discretion of the college, various background checks may be done during the course of employment.

To apply, email you cover letter, resume, three professional references, salary requirement to: at student_affairs@mcad.edu with “Counseling Psychologist” in the subject line; OR send same to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Dean, Student Affairs
2501 Stevens Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Custodial Supervisor

Facilities

This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position. We enjoy a dynamic work environment that includes generous holiday and vacation time accruals. We offer a flexible and comprehensive benefit plan including medical, dental, and 403(b) pension plans. After six months of service you will receive free MCAD tuition for yourself, your spouse, and your dependent children, and your dependents may be eligible for free tuition at more than 600 colleges nationwide.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

This position is a working supervisory position who directs the operations of the Custodial Department including hiring, training, and supervising personnel in order to maintain the campus buildings and grounds.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Personnel Supervision (30%)
    a. Directly supervises and provides day to day management of the staff in the Custodial Department.
    b. Supervision of the Custodial staff includes, but is not limited to: providing work direction, development/assignment of custodial routines, monitoring staff productivity, inspecting work, scheduling, ensuring required and appropriate training is met, conducting performance evaluations and disciplining.
  2. Purchasing, Inventory and Budgeting (10%)
    a. Submit purchase requisitions for all supplies and materials. Coordinate and maintain inventory of tools, equipment, hardware and materials in accordance with established schedules to ensure a readily availability of supplies and equipment required. Maintain equipment and supply inventory records. Responsible for maintaining equipment, coordinating with outside vendors as needed.
    b. Prepares and manages the Custodial budget. Assists with management of the grounds budget.
    c. Maintain awareness of expenditures and notify the AVP of Facilities of any budget overages.. Develop budget needs through facilities inspections and maintenance operations reviews.
  3. Oversees contract services including trash/recycling, snow removal contractors, window cleaners, etc.
  4. Custodial & Grounds Work (50%)
  5. Perform custodial duties including, sweep, mop, scrub, strip, wax and polish floors and stairs by hand and with light and heavy (industrial) floor machines and attachments. Vacuum rugs and carpet and shampoo periodically using heavy (industrial) machines.
    b. Clean restrooms, wash windows, collect trash/recycling.
    c. Conduct snow removal using grounds equipment or shovels.
  6. Works closely with other college departments on special cleaning requirements for college events and projects to insure availability of personnel. Serves on various college committees representing the Facilities Department.
  7. Develop estimates of costs to support requests for completion of janitorial services-in-house and with outside vendors. Formulate plans specifications to be used in preparation of bids for acquiring services, contracts and items. Coordinate special projects with outside contractors.
  8. Assists the Associate Vice President of Facilities as required.
  9. Carries out other duties as assigned.
  10. Note: This listing of duties and responsibilities is not necessarily inclusive for this position. Omission of specific duties does not preclude assignment of other duties if such duties are a logical assignment to the position.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Subject to being on-call; carry a cell phone or two-way radio; working with hazardous materials; schedule changes based on the needs of the College; work long hours to complete/perform scheduled or emergency functions and projects. Must be able to effectively communicate and relay instructions orally, in writing, and electronically.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must be able to work from ladders, scaffolds, and roofs. Required to work in confined spaces which may require extended periods of stooping, bending or kneeling and standing for long periods. Involves a great deal of walking. Must possess normal vision, hearing and physical dexterity. Will be required to do own laboring which may involve heavy weights, considered manageable and safe; must be able to transport equipment, including carts which may carry 400 pounds. Required to work under adverse weather conditions and varying temperatures.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: High School graduate or equivalent.

Experience: Five years experience in janitorial services. Supervisory experience a must. Technical experience and knowledge of custodial equipment and supplies necessary.

Skills: Must have working knowledge of all tools of the trade and their safe use, with a functional awareness of the typical hazards of the work place.

Other: Valid driver’s license and satisfactory background DMV check required. Must be able to pass the Kari Koskinen Manager Background Check.

To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three professional references and salary requirements with “Custodial Supervisor Search” in the subject line to: facilities@mcad.edu; or send same to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Facilities Custodial Supervisor Search
2501 Stevens Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Custodial

General cleaning and upkeep of classroom, office and dorm spaces. Light grounds keeping, snow removal. 1st, 2nd, 3rd shift , some weekends, part-time up to 3.5 hours per day, non-benefits eligible, $9.00/hr to start. Will train. Minneapolis College of Art and Design, 2501 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404, just off bus line.

Contact MCAD Facilities at facilities@mcad.com .

EOE

Public Safety Officer (On-Call)

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design accepts applications on an ongoing basis for on-call public safety officers in our Public Safety Office. On-call positions are non-benefits eligible.

Primary function is to provide a safe and secure campus environment by: protecting life and property, preventing and responding to crimes, operating the communications center, and assisting the college community by responding to requests of service. All duties will be carried out in accordance with local, state, and federal laws, as well as college policies.

Candidates will be eligible for continued training after probationary period, which includes certification in Defensive Tactics, First Aid, and CPR. All required uniforms and necessary equipment will be supplied by the college.

Qualifications include: high school diploma, or equivalent, required; associate's degree preferred. First Aid and CPR certification, preferred. General security experience, particularly in a college environment, preferred. Understanding of law enforcement and the key issues that impact a security officer. Must possess excellent written and oral communication and customer service skills, as well as interpersonal skills. Must have ability to prioritize when dealing with multiple high-priority situations. Must have valid driver's license. Satisfactory background and DMV check required. The starting wage range is $12.70 to $13.50 per hour, depending on experience and education.

To apply, email your cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to: steve_mclaughlin@mcad.edu; OR send same to:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design
ATTN: Steve McLaughlin, Public Safety Office
2501 Stevens Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404

 


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