Nebraska Indian Community College

Mission of the College
The Nebraska Indian Community College provides quality higher education and
opportunities for life-long learning to the Umonhon (Omaha) and I'santi (Santee
Dakota) people and all students.
Vision
Nebraska Indian Community College is envisioned as a comprehensive Tribal
College which values service through high quality education. The college is
distinctive in serving the diverse people of the Umonhon (Omaha) and Isanti
(Santee Dakota) Nations. It features an enriched living and learning environment
and year-round operation. The identity of the college is framed by a substantive
commitment to multicultural learning.
Institutional programs value and cultivate the creative and productive talents of
learners, faculty, and staff, and seek ways to contribute to the self-sufficiency of the
Nations served, the well-being of our communities, and the quality of life and
development of its learners, faculty, and service areas.
The overall goals of NICC are :
Goal 1: To preserve, cultivate, foster Umonhon and Isanti languages and cultures
Goal 2: To create an environment to assist Tribal Nation building through
educational opportunities so that individuals become effective leaders, members,
and citizens within local, tribal, national, and global communities.
Goal 3: To strengthen the college through open communication, transparency,
future planning, shared governance, and sound fiscal and institutional practices .
Goal 4: To enhance academics through stronger and expanded academic and
community educational programs that meet the social, cultural, and economic
aspirations, needs and values.

Oct 31, 2022
Full time
$67,000 yearly
Nebraska Indian Community College Macy, NE, USA
POSTION TITLE: Engineering/Technology/S.T.E.M Faculty (full-time, exempt, salaried position) PRIMARY WORK LOCATION: Santee Campus, Macy Campus, or South Sioux City Campus    STARTING WAGE:  $67,000 + Benefits   CLOSING DATE: UNTIL FILLED       ABOUT THE COLLEGE: “ The Nebraska Indian Community College provides quality higher education and lifelong educational opportunities for Umonhon (Omaha) Isanti (Santee Dakota) and all learners.” Nebraska Indian Community College is envisioned as a comprehensive Tribal College which values service through high quality education. Institutional programs value and cultivate the creative and productive talents of learners, faculty, and staff, and seek ways to contribute to the self-sufficiency of the Nations served, the wellbeing of our communities, and the quality of life and development of its learners, faculty, and service areas.      QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree with at...
Oct 27, 2022
Full time
$43,000 - $50,000 yearly
Nebraska Indian Community College South Sioux City, NE, USA
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate credits in Mathematics or related field. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Excellent oral and written communication skills. College teaching experience is preferred, as well as a familiarity with the use of remote learning (online learning management systems, video conferencing, etc.). The candidate must be able to show evidence of effective leadership and a background of proven success in working with students, administrators, faculty, and communities. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, COMPETENCIES, and ABILITIES: Preferred candidates will have proven success in the following:  Master’s degree in Mathematics or related field  Minimum of two (2) years instructional experience, preferably in a tribal or community college setting  Experience instructing students from minoritized identities through traditional/nontraditional methods of instruction  Experience using technology in a classroom setting, including in-person,...
Oct 27, 2022
Full time
$55,000 yearly
Nebraska Indian Community College 3 campuses Macy , Santee,
QUALIFICATIONS: • Certified Welding Educator- Certificate through the American Welding Society or College Diploma, Certificate, or Degree in Welding or related degree KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, COMPETENCIES, and ABILITIES: Preferred candidates will have proven success in the following: • Five (5) years of professional experience in welding • Cultural competence in serving Indigenous students and/or other minoritized populations • Teaching experience in higher education or secondary education settings • Documented training and/or experience using Online Learning Systems such as Canvas SUMMARY OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: A welding instructor, also called a welding trainer, must create and implement lessons for students who want to become welders. The main responsibilities of a welding instructor are to teach the craft to students by demonstrating skills and techniques with tools, such as arc welders, welding shields, automated cutting torches and computerized welding software....