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
Sociology instructor needed for evening courses. 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 advertised subject. Salary: Based on education and experience. Start Date: August, 2017. Closing Date: Open until filled.
Provide lab and clinical instruction for Surgical Technology students. Must assign and evaluate student’s clinical experience. Assist with maintaining labs (supplies and equipment). Hours vary depending upon student enrollment. Some clinical assignments require paid travel approximately fifty (50) miles one way. Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) with a diploma or degree in Surgical Technology and minimum Read More
Nurse Aide II Instructor for classroom, lab, and clinical instruction following the North Carolina Board of Nursing curriculum. Work with and supervise clinical experiences in the hospital setting. Evaluate NAII students for skills proficiency and prepare them for the NAII skills competency exam. Provide classroom assistance as needed. Experience in adult education, strong organizational skill Read More
Part-time Math Instructors needed. A Bachelor’s Degree with 3 semester of calculus required. Teaching experience preferred. The College offers classes at the main campus, Camp Lejeune Education Center, and Marine Corps Air Station. Closing Date: Open until filled. Pay: Hourly, based on education. Contact: Andrea Wilmoth, Division Chair, at (910) 938-6328
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