Jobs

Computer Lab Monitor

The Computer Lab Monitor will assist students in open computer labs. Proficiency using Microsoft Office, and successful completion of CIS 110 or CIS 115 required.   The ability to navigate Campus Cruiser and Blackboard preferred.  Computer Science or Engineering majors also preferred. Salary:  $7.25 per hour/25 hours per week.  Hours vary. Start Date:  Approximately March 6, Read More

Nurse Aide I Instructor

Nurse Aide I Instructor for classroom, lab, and clinical instruction following the North Carolina Nurse Aide I curriculum provided by DHSR. Supervise clinical experiences at assisted living facility and nursing homes. Evaluate NAI students for skills proficiency and prepare them for the NNAAP exam. Provide classroom assistance as needed. Experience in adult education, strong organizational Read More

Six Sigma Yellow Belt Instructor

Seeking an applicant who has a recognized Six Sigma Green Belt certification and is available to teach traditional classroom 3-day on campus course and/or 6 online hours weekly of a 4-week, 24 hour online Yellow Belt class. Additional possession of a master’s or bachelor’s degree preferred.  Prior teaching experience preferred. Classes are offered at the Read More

Assistant to Small Business Center Director

Provide overall management of administrative office duties for the Small Business Center and related activities, including performing seminar coordination duties such as scheduling, communicating with instructors, initiating class paperwork and maintaining class files; providing seminar information to the PIO and print shop for design and printing of monthly seminar flyers, as well as publication in Read More

Academic Counselor

Provides academic, career, and limited personal/social counseling services for a diverse population of curriculum students; represents the College in recruitment and community activities; and utilizes traditional and online methodologies to support the enrollment of students.  This position will support the counseling and enrollment of students pursuing programs within the Business Technology and Legal Services Division Read More

Lead Instructor, Ophthalmic Assistant Program

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant needed to lead and instruct Ophthalmic Assistant Program.  Candidates should be skilled and knowledgeable in the field of ophthalmology; self-motivated, fluent with Word and PowerPoint; and demonstrate strong presentation, organizational, and communication skills.  Responsible for comprehensive course instruction (didactics and clinical) as established by Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology Read More

Assistant Instructor, Ophthalmic Assistant Program

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant needed to co-facilitate Ophthalmic Assistant Program.  Candidates should be skilled and knowledgeable in the field of ophthalmology; self-motivated; fluent with Word and PowerPoint; and demonstrate strong presentation, organizational, and communication skills.  Successful candidate must have completed a JCAHPO accredited program (COA or COT or COMT); and have 1 year of experience in Read More

Communication Instructor

Coastal Carolina Community College invites applications for the advertised position in the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts. Responsibilities include teaching Interpersonal Communications (COM 120) and Public Speaking (COM 231) at the main campus for seated, daytime courses, and/or daytime or evening courses at Camp Lejeune or Marine Corps Air Station, New River.  Applicants must Read More

Music Appreciation Instructor

Coastal Carolina Community College invites applications for the advertised position in the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts. Responsibilities include teaching Music Appreciation (MUS 110) courses at the main campus during the day and/or evening, and/or Camp Lejeune for lunchtime and/or evening courses.  Applicants must have a Master’s Degree in discipline, or a Master’s Degree Read More

Drama Instructor

Coastal Carolina Community College invites applications for the advertised position in the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts.  Responsibilities include teaching Theatre Appreciation (DRA 111), in an online and/or seated format on the main campus, Camp Lejeune, or Marine Corps Air Station, New River, for day or evening courses.  Applicants must have a Master’s Degree Read More