Pratt Community College announces their hours for the Summer.

Summer hours begin Monday, May 21 and will extend through Friday, July 27. Operating business hours will be  7:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday.

PCC is closed Saturdays...

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Sports Information Director/Residential Life Supervisor

Sports Information Director - General Description and Purpose
The Sports Information Director (SID) is responsible to the Director of Athletics for all duties associated with the planning and implementing of the College’s sports information program for the Intercollegiate Athletics program in accordance with Pratt Community College (PCC), Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC), and the National Junior College Athletics Association (NJCAA) regulations.   The SID is responsible for maintaining timely contacts through news releases, the reporting of game results and accommodating the media for game coverage.  The SID coordinates and supervises the scorer’s table for home contests and assigns media and radio set-up at home athletic events.  The SID is responsible for all athletics publications, maintaining departmental statistics, writing game stories, and ad design. The SID will work closely with campus marketing and communications to promote the college’s athletics programs.  The SID assists the Director of Athletics in development of policies and procedures in regards to facilities, programming, promotional activities, public relations, support services, and budgeting.

Primary Functions/Responsibilities

  • Develops athletic publications for 10 sports and the Beaver Backers which includes the preparation (writing, layout and design) and distribution of all sports related media guides, pamphlets, game day inserts, game programs and sports schedules in coordination with the Pratt Community College Marketing Department.
  • Maintains daily contact with print and electronic media providing player profiles, statistics, coach’s biographies, historical facts, opponent information and KJCCC and NJCAA information.
  • Write full-length stories/game recaps for website and newspapers.
  • Update daily statistics, records, and historical facts.  Maintain departmental statistics for reporting to KJCCC and NJCAA opponents, media and the campus.
  • Supervise student employees and keep in contact with off-campus personnel to work home athletic events.
  • Secure photographers to take photos of all athletic events.
  • Supervise the live video casts, webcasts and live stats.
  • Supervise the graphics and written content of the athletics website.
  • Comply with PCC, KJCCC and NJCAA regulations.
  • Coordinate the maintenance and day-to-day operation of the Athletics Web site.
  • Make sure all statistics (box scores, cumulative stats, etc.) are updated on a daily basis on the site and help with any graphics problems. 
  • Working with PCC IT, keep the web site upgraded technology-wise (software, FTP problems, on-campus IT solutions) and working properly.
  • Do game-day programs/roster cards for those sports and be responsible for the post game reporting of the results to the media and conference.
  • Report to the NJCAA, National Coaches Associations, and the KJCCC weekly update on statistics for the different sports programs.
  • Assist with the production of the local radio station game broadcasts.
  • Serve on various committees on campus.
  • Develop/produce PCC Athletics on the Internet broadcast schedule/format.
  • Reporting of NJCAA, KJCCC statistics (weekly basis during the seasons).
  • Work at KJCCC or NJCAA functions (Tournaments).
  • Traveling with selected teams during the regular season and postseason.
  • Doing historical research for archives, media, Hall of Fame, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.

Coordination and Accountability Tasks

  • Assists in Athletics Department administration through participation in the development of policies and procedures relative to facilities, programming, promotional activity, public relations, support services and budgeting.
  • Help publicize summer camps. 
  • Assist the Director of Athletics in producing annual reports.
  • Assist the Director of Athletics, Assistant Director of Athletics and Athletics Administrative Assistant.
  • Consult with the Coordinator of Marketing Communications & College Relations.

Residential Life Supervisor - General Description and Purpose
The supervisor will reside on campus and manage a designated residence hall and other halls as assigned or needed.  The supervisor is responsible for the direct leadership, management, and supervision of a designated residence hall or halls and group or residents.  The supervisor will enforce residence hall rules and regulations, and organize, implement, and develop programs, services and/or procedures within the guidelines established by the Director of Residence Life, the Vice President for Students/Enrollment Management, the President, and the Board of Trustees.  The role of the supervisor is also to implement and maintain programs for the residence hall(s) that will result in student educational, social and cultural growth.  The supervisor serves as part of the residence life team that supervises the entire residence life program on a rotating or as-needed basis.  The Residential Supervisor will also provide support to the Student Recreation Center and assist with other student and residence life programs.  Must possess sound communication, organization and supervisory skills; demonstrate a positive student-centered approach and ability to work in a team environment.  The position is a full-time, 12-month position and the supervisor is required to live on campus during the 12-month period.  Work schedules will include weekends, evenings and holidays as assigned by the Director and will not follow a traditional workweek schedule.
Primary Functions/Responsibilities

  • General management of residence hall facility, including safety, maintenance, and security checks and appropriate follow-up action and/or communication.
  • Assist in assigning rooms to students and work with any roommate problems and consolidation of spaces as directed.
  • Attend all Residence Life staff meeting as scheduled.
  • Attend required specific student activities and designated programs including Orientation Week, Homecoming, etc.
  • Maintain and issue all room keys and hall keycards as directed.
  • Reside in the residence hall during period students are in residence (except those times specifically provided for release for specific college responsibilities or time-off).  To aid students as requested and to provide service to students as needed.
  • Perform regularly scheduled room checks and hall repair and maintenance checks as directed.  File room check and maintenance report.
  • Close and secure residence halls each night, and on assigned weekends, including checkout of RA and tour of facility(s) to enforce visitation regulations.
  • Open, close, and secure halls at the beginning and end of holiday periods, and at the beginning and end of each semester.
  • Be available in the hall prior to fall semester and after end of semester as directed.  The work schedule will follow the same leave schedule as designated for professional staff, including holidays, and spring break periods.
  • Conduct regular tours of facility and provide daily log of activity as directed.   File report as directed.
  • Assist in showing perspective students residence hall rooms.
  • Act as sponsor for both formal and informal residence hall and/or campus functions as directed.
  • Aid the director in providing services to students in such areas as:  securing valuable student possessions, making change, receiving and delivering student messages, and other duties as directed.
  • Supervise cafeteria during regular meals on a rotating basis with the other professional Residence Hall staff members.
  • Handle disciplinary cases related to residence hall supervision responsibilities and other cases as necessary.  Work closely with Director to monitor and enforce rule violations and student discipline.
  • Participate and assist in coordinating training, orientation, and meetings for student resident assistants, including period prior to the start of the semester and on-going.
  • Serve as an administrative hearing officer in judicial cases, as needed.
  • Assist the director in serving as ‘on-site’ responder to residence life issues.
  • Serve as a campus resource person for tours, presentations, requests related to residence life.
  • Maintain an on-site presence in the residence hall when on duty and other times as schedule allows.     

Coordination and Accountability Tasks

  • Oversee the maintenance of the hall in terms of health, safety and security.  Notify the school nurse or a physician, and if necessary, transport the student to the hospital.  To report all illnesses and/or accidents immediately to the Director.
  • Enforce all official college residence hall rules and regulations and report any disciplinary
  • infractions to the proper authorities as dictated by college policy.
  • Aid the Director of Residence Life with planning, initiating, establishing, and managing a viable and ongoing campus-wide wellness-programming model of recreational, educational, and entertaining activities for resident students.
  • Assist in organizing and establishing a student governing body for the residence halls, including by-laws for this organization, which are subject to the approval of the Director of Residential Life and the Vice-President for Students & Enrollment Management.
  • Act as resource person for students with questions about the college or personal concerns.
  • Report and inform appropriate college officials, including security, maintenance, etc. of issues related to facilities, general operations, and students.  Participate in communicating information proactively.
  • Assist with campus tours for prospective students and campus visitors.
  • Assist with early enrollment days and registration sessions.
  • Serve on college committees as assigned.
  • Work with faculty and staff member to facilitate the recruitment of students.

Supervises the Following Staff

  • Recommend the appointment of student Resident Assistants for the halls and upon their appointment supervise their training and the performance of their duties.  To make a continuous evaluation of the student staff, including a written evaluation both fall and spring semester.
  • Meet with, supervise, and direct all residence hall organizations.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and other Characteristics

  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated, team-oriented.
  • Excellent organizational and management skills, including processes, projects and time.
  • High level written, presentation and interpersonal skills.
  • Display leadership skills.
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Experience in working with high school or college age students.
  • Must have excellent communication skills and philosophy in discipline.
  • Must be of sound character capable of serving as role model to college age students, with high degree of ethical standards, including adherence to general rules for safety and procedures.
  • Able to work with the public and become involved with community activities.
  • Able to take instructions and work independently.
  • Excellent organizational skills, including timeliness of reports and communications.
  • Collaborative, collegial, and responsible work habits.  Ability to work in a team environment.
  • A commitment to high professional standards, including professional growth.
  • Personal appearance and conduct must be professional, including communication and wardrobe attire.
  • Commitment to the comprehensive community college philosophy required.


  • Experience in sports writing media preferred. 
  • Minimum two years’ experience in working with high school or college age students preferred.
  • Minimum two years previous experience in college setting preferred.
  • Minimum two years previous residence hall experience preferred.
  • Minimum two years previous experience in sales or college recruiting preferred.
  • Minimum two years’ experience and/or education related to scope of work and essential functions in the job description preferred.


  • Bachelor’s degree required

Work Conditions/Environment

  • Office setting.
  • Able to respond quickly and provide assistance in situations of health, safety and security.
  • Must be able to walk across campus and access various types of buildings.


  • Position requires evening and weekend work.

Job Type: 

Professional Exempt

Employee Type: 

Full Time