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Part Time Computer Lab Monitor

The Computer Monitor will assist students in open computer labs. Proficiency using Microsoft Office, and successful completion of CIS110 or CIS 115 required.   The ability to navigate Campus Cruiser and Blackboard preferred. Computer Science or Engineering majors also preferred. Closing Date: September 5, 2014 or until filled    

Part Time Biology Lab Assistant

A general knowledge of biology laboratory procedures is required and experience in preparation of chemical solutions is preferred. Completion of at least one year of college level biology required. B.S. in Biology preferred. $8.00 per hour/15 hours per week. Flexible schedule possible. Closing Date September 15, 2014 or until filled.

Medical Laboratory Technology Lab Assistant

A general knowledge of laboratory procedures is required and experience in preparation of chemical solutions and laboratory media is preferred. Applicant must have successfully completed at least one year of college level biology; current or future MLT student preferred. Salary:  $7.25 per hour/Up to 10 hours per week/Flexible Schedule. Start Date:  September 21, 2014. Closing Read More

Help Desk/Computer Technician

A good working knowledge of computers and peripherals; in-depth experience with Windows Operating Systems, Microsoft Office, and internet browsers; good communication and troubleshooting skills; and successful completion of CIS 110 or CIS 115, required. Computer Science or Engineering majors also preferred. Salary:  $9.00 per hour/25 hours per week.  Hours vary. Start Date:  To be determined. Read More

Coordinator, Continuing Education

Assist with and coordinate Continuing Education programs; serve as a main point of contact for designated courses; schedule classes; supervise instructors; and evaluate programs; all while remaining cognizant of rules and regulations pertaining to designated courses.  Applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree in education or related field with teaching, curriculum development, and/or instructional design experience; Read More

Security Officers/Parking Lot Attendant

Provide protection for personnel, students, and property.  Must be able to patrol campus on foot and in vehicles; and complete written accident reports on campus and at off-campus extension sites.  Additional duties include issuing Notices of Offense and Fine Assessment for parking infractions; and directing traffic during peak periods and special events.  Excellent oral and Read More

Ophthalmic Assistant Instructor

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant to instruct students in the Evening Ophthalmic Assistant Program. Candidates should be knowledgeable; self-motivated; fluent with Word and PowerPoint; and demonstrate strong presentation, organizational, and communication skills.  Teaching experience is preferred, but not required.  If without previous teaching experience, applicants should be willing to learn student/teacher dynamics and instructional strategies for adult Read More

Communication Instructor

Must have Master’s Degree in Communication or M.A. in another discipline with at least eighteen graduate semester hours in Communication. Submit copies of transcripts along with your completed Coastal Carolina Community College application. Coastal Carolina Community College offers classes at the main campus, Camp Lejeune Education Center,  and Marine Corps Air Station Salary:  Based on education Read More

MDSS II/ICODES Instructor

Teach ICODES and MDSS II 7.4 System Administration functions, garrison plan development, deployment and embarkation planning, Ad Hoc Reports and interfacing functions.  One to two years’ experience with the Marine Air Ground Task Force Deployment Support System (MDSS II) required.   Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES) experience desired.   A working knowledge of the Force Deployment Planning 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