Colorado Mountain College
This position provides bibliographic instructional and information retrieval and reference services, catalogues and classifies materials, instructs/assists users; compiles data; prepares reports; and assists in operations, procedures, and processes for the College Library.
Pre-requisites for Position (Qualifications Standards)
Education and experience sufficient for the rigors of the position. Examples may include a Bachelor’s Degree and one year related work experience; Associate’s Degree and two years related work experience, or High School Diploma/GED and four years related work experience, or equivalent education and experience that will provide the necessary knowledge, skill and abilities to perform the functions of the position.
Special Skills or abilities directly applicable to the position: knowledge of principles and practices of library science, technology as relates to libraries, ability to organize and prioritize work and handle multiple projects; exceptional verbal, written, analytical, and interpersonal skills.
Welcoming. Innovative. Focused on Student Success. These principles reflect the soul of CMC. They guide us in building our teams, cultivating leaders, and expanding our approaches and mindset. They guide us to be an institution of higher education that’s the right fit for every faculty member, staff, student, and community member in its trust. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to working effectively with students, employees, and community members of all backgrounds.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) or conversational language abilities preferred.
To Apply: Please submit the required letter of interest, resume, and list of three professional references. CMC is an EOE committed to diversifying its workforce.
Review of application material will begin on February 7, 2022.
Benefits & Additional Compensation Info
As a public employer, CMC is not subject to Social Security. In lieu of Social Security, 8% is deducted from the Employee’s monthly salary and directed toward retirement.
An Employee may choose from TIAA or Valic for their retirement plan.
With a minimum of one year previous PERA service, an employee would be able to elect PERA. PERA employees are subject to the deduction guidelines set by PERA.
Colorado Mountain College contributes up to 12% toward an employee’s retirement.
An optional 403 (b) plan is also available. Employees can receive up to a 2% match in qualifying cases.
Eligible employees can receive a loan from the college to cover first, last, and security deposit for a rental. Repayment is on a 6 or 12 month payback period depending on the term of the lease.
HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFIT
CMC has a unique approach. The amount depends upon if you insure only yourself or if you include dependents. If you insure yourself, CMC contributes $976.00 a month for individual coverage, which covers the premium for one Medical plan in full.
Depending upon your choices of Medical plan, you might have a monthly insurance premium to pay. If insuring dependents, the amount of the monthly payroll deduction will depend on the plan selected.
Details of the health insurance benefit are included in a separate document. Dental and Vision are optional benefits available.
CMC health insurance benefit is on a calendar year. New plan offerings will be communicated and an open enrollment process conducted in the fall.
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)
Six free visits with a counselor, these can be in person or over the phone. This benefit may be shared with eligible dependents.
Free online financial and legal resources.
Healthcare Bluebook is a tool to encourage members to shop for healthcare to keep costs low and go to top-ranked providers. In some cases, the employee will receive a cash reward for choosing a low cost, high quality provider.
For employees who have upcoming non-emergent surgery, a SurgeryPlus Care Advocate will assist the employee in setting up appointment and travel arrangements for the surgery. By using SurgeryPlus, the deductible and co-insurance are waived and travel costs for the patient and a caregiver are included in the cost of your procedure.
Consultations with a physician over the phone 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. $0 co-pay.
MARATHON HEALTH CLINICS
Employees may use these clinics at little or no cost to the employee. They offer a variety of services and many of those services are free of charge. There are Health and Wellness Centers in Glenwood Springs, Rifle, Gypsum, Colorado Springs, Loveland and Greeley.
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSURANCE
- Accident Insurance Cancer Insurance Critical Illness Insurance
- Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance Whole Life Insurance
CAMPUS HEALTH FAIRS
Human Resources hosts annual Health Fairs for all our campuses. Included in the health fairs are: blood screening, flu shot, health risk assessment, chair massage, …
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS
Employees can set money aside pre-tax to cover certain medical-related expenses associated with Medical & Dependent Care. 2021 limits are $2,750 annually for medical and $5,000 annually for dependent care.
LIFE INSURANCE, AD&D AND LONG TERM DISABILITY COVERAGE
CMC provides life insurance, AD&D and long term disability coverage for full time employees. Life insurance coverage is one and one half times your annual salary up to a maximum coverage amount for $450,000.
LEAVE ACCRUAL FOR NON-FACULTY STAFF AND COLLEGE PAID HOLIDAYS
Annual Leave is earned at the rate of 14 hours per month which is 21 days per year. Sick leave is earned at the rate of 8 hours a month.
Holidays: Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving (along with the day before & after); Christmas Eve, Christmas Day; New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day. The College closes on the days between Christmas and New Year’s and those days are also considered paid holidays.
Full Time employees may take classes at CMC for up to 12 credit hours per semester. This benefit may be shared with eligible dependents.
TUITION REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM
Reimbursement for employees continuing their education in both degree-seeking programs at accredited institutions and certifications and licensing programs.
EMPLOYEE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PROGRAM
Eight hours of paid time to volunteer for approved programs.
HEALTHY LIFESTYLES BENEFIT
All full time employees have a benefit of $500 per calendar year for specific services. Some examples are CMC non-credit physical activity classes such as yoga, weight training, Pilates, etc. Other uses could be for health club membership, ski passes, health fairs, etc.
Provided by Nationwide, employees are eligible for preferred pricing on pet insurance.
Legal and Identity Theft Protection.
Employees and their dependents approaching age 65 can work with Medicare consultants to discuss Medicare options.
About Colorado Mountain College
Imagine working at a college that welcomes everyone — students, faculty, staff, and community members — regardless of their backgrounds, beliefs, or traditions. An institution that is also integrally connected to, appreciated by, and supported by those same communities.
Envision yourself at a dynamic, innovative, forward-leaning college that has a highly entrepreneurial spirit and deep commitment to every learner – from first-generation college students and new-traditional and adult learners to academically motivated students seeking a more traditional liberal arts education – all within a robust and highly personalized learning environment.
Visualize applying your energy and skills for an organization that respects and cares about its employees enough to offer competitive compensation and benefits while encouraging every team member to renew and recharge in places of inspiration, reflection, and world-class outdoor recreation.
Welcome to Colorado Mountain College and its eleven campus locations sprinkled across a spectacular region of Colorado’s central Rocky Mountains.
Colorado Mountain College aspires to be the most inclusive and innovative student-centered college in the nation, elevating the economic, social, cultural, and environmental vitality of its beautiful Rocky Mountain communities.
CMC is a comprehensive, public, open-access dual-mission institution offering 136 academic programs ranging from specialized certificates to associate and bachelor’s degrees, a wide range of online, non-credit and lifelong learning courses, as well as extensive concurrent enrollment opportunities in close partnership with neighboring school districts.
Over 15,000 students attend CMC annually, and 40% of degree-seeking students earn a certificate or degree every year. The college’s Latinx enrollment has doubled in six years to 28%, making CMC a federally designated Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). CMC courses are highly personal and many are highly experiential by design, each with a maximum registration of 25 students.
Colorado Mountain College campuses are located in Aspen, Carbondale, Breckenridge, Dillon, Steamboat Springs, Glenwood Springs, Glenwood Springs-Spring Valley, Leadville, Rifle, the Vail Valley, and Salida. Of these locations, three are residential—Spring Valley, Leadville, and Steamboat Springs — and students in Breckenridge have access to college-owned off-campus housing. CMC campuses are close-knit communities, on average serving between 1,000 – 2,000 students.
The majority of the college’s financial support comes from local property taxes, not tuition or state revenues. Consequently, CMC is uniquely positioned to be entrepreneurial, nimble, mission-focused, and responsive to community and workforce needs. The college’s Central Services administrative office, which provides administrative support to all campus locations, is located in historic downtown Glenwood Springs, the town from which CMC originally launched in 1965.
Colorado Mountain College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and authorized by the Colorado Commission on Higher Education. For general information about CMC, its programs, locations, students, faculty, and offerings, go to: www.coloradomtn.edu.
Our commitment to an environment where everyone belongs
Our college and beloved mountain communities are enriched by a variety of voices and experiences.
At Colorado Mountain College, we continually work to improve learning and working environments that welcome everyone. We are deeply committed to promoting a free and open exchange of ideas, improving critical thinking, deepening mutual empathy and respect, and ensuring that every learner and team member has equal opportunities for personal and professional success.
The college prioritizes the recruitment, hiring and retaining of a highly engaged workforce that reflects and supports the backgrounds, characteristics and aspirations of the students enrolled at the college. CMC therefore values applicants who demonstrate prior accomplishments, training, and a commitment to the concepts of inclusive and equitable practices, as well as an understanding of historic and current social issues that impact groups of different socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.
CMC employees enjoy regular opportunities to raise their awareness about pressing societal issues, develop individual critical thinking skills, and expand their understanding of and empathy toward others regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or other factors. Our goal is to deliver highly personalized teaching methods and effective student support services that enable students to achieve their goals, regardless of academic or financial barriers.
Applicants to Colorado Mountain College must demonstrate a commitment and competence to work effectively with students, employees, and community members of all backgrounds.
For more information about CMC, go to: www.coloradomtn.edu.
Human Resources / Job Listings
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