Jobs

Bookstore Cashier

Assist students, staff, and faculty in book selections; operate point of sale register; reconcile cash drawer at the end of each shift; receive, unpack, and stock books and supplies.  Perform general store housekeeping and assist with maintenance of store security.  Strong customer service skills and ability to work in a fast paced environment, under pressure, Read More

Communication Instructor/9 Month Position-Possible Summer Employment

Fulfill responsibilities as a faculty member and full-time employee.  Teach day and evening classes in Communication.  Master’s degree in the teaching discipline, or a Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline required by August 15, 2015.  Community college teaching experience in public speaking preferred. Salary:  Minimum of $4,400.00 per month or Read More

Financial Aid Assistant

Assist individuals in completing financial aid applications and rectifying any problems. Assist in reviewing prospective student aid applications and determining financial aid award amounts for electronic processing. Answer telephones, take messages, and independently secure information to resolve questions and provide responses where applicable. Build and maintain student financial aid files. Perform other duties as assigned. Read More

Nursing Instructor

Two part-time Nursing Clinical Instructor positions: One position is 10 hrs per week for 6 weeks (Jan. 8 through Feb. 13) Thursday and Friday mornings. The other is 14 hours per week Thursdays and Fridays.  Two years full time clinical experience as a RN or the equivalent, with an unrestricted NC license and BSN required. Read More

English Instructor

Master’s Degree with at least eighteen graduate hours in English or related discipline required; teaching experience preferred.  Coastal Carolina Community College offers classes at the main campus, Camp Lejeune Education Center and Marine Corps Air Station. Closing Date:  Open until filled. Salary:  Based on education and experience. Contact:  Kelly Terzaken (910) 938-6131.

Math Tutor/Basic Skills Program

Responsibilities include planning and providing tutorial instruction in the Academic Studies Center to students who wish to improve their basic skills in math, to earn a NC High School Equivalency Credential, or earn an Adult High School Diploma.  Tutors provide instruction, create and implement curriculum, facilitate educational activities for optimal learning, monitor student progress, proctor Read More

Part Time Nursing Instructor

Primary responsibilities are instruction of nursing students working in clinical settings and evaluation of student clinical performance.  Additional duties include assisting with planning and development of clinical learning experiences, advising students, and participating in faculty meetings, professional development, and other faculty activities. The following are required:  a current unrestricted license to practice as a Registered Read More

Part Time Curriculum Teaching Positions

The College continuously accepts applications for part-time curriculum teaching positions in Art, Biology, Chemistry, Communications, Computers and computer related courses, Economics, Geology, History, Mathematics, Medical Office Administration, Physics, English, Political Science, Psychology, Physical Education, Spanish, Social Work, and Sociology.  A Master’s Degree with at least eighteen graduate hours in the teaching discipline is required for credit courses.  Read More

Music Instructor

Coastal Carolina Community College invites applications for a part-time Music Instructor in the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts.  Responsibilities include teaching Music Appreciation.   Applicants must have a Master’s Degree in discipline, or a Master’s Degree in another discipline with at least eighteen (18) graduate semester hours in the advertised subject.  Submit copies of transcripts, along with a Read More

Art Instructor

Coastal Carolina Community College invites applications for a part-time Art Instructor in the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts.  Responsibilities include teaching Art Appreciation.   Applicants must have a Master’s Degree in discipline, or a Master’s Degree in another discipline with at least eighteen (18) graduate semester hours in the advertised subject.  Submit copies of transcripts, Read More