Hopkinsville Community College invites applications for our part-time adjunct faculty pool. ONLINE AND ON GROUND.
These are temporary, part-time positions used to fill classroom vacancies as needed when regular full-time faculty are not available due to increased enrollment, workload, or scheduling: days, evenings, weekends, and/or online.
When a position is available, qualified applicants may be contacted for an interview and asked to submit further documentation.
NOTE: In addition to submitting the online application form, please upload the following: cover letter, resume or curriculum vitae, unofficial transcripts for all college coursework, copies of current unexpired certifications/licensures, and three letters of recommendation. Please detail experience using Blackboard (or similar learning management system) and teaching online.
Plans and carries out instruction, instructional activities, and prepares learning materials for special studies. Provides instructions to students in both theory and practice in the particular area of instruction. Prepares lesson plans and maintains records and reports on student attainment and progress. Maintains classroom order and discipline.
Faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level: doctorate or master's degree in the teaching discipline or master's degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline).
For many residents of western Kentucky and northern Tennessee, higher education begins at Hopkinsville Community College (HCC). As a true comprehensive community college, HCC provides academic and technical associate degrees; diploma and certificate programs in occupational fields; prebaccalaureate education; adult, continuing, and developmental education; customized training for business and industry; and distance learning. As one of 16 public institutions of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), HCC provides real opportunity to real people – transforming the economy of the region by transforming the lives of the people who live in it. The faculty and staff of the College serve more than 3,800 credit-seeking students each year by assisting them in reaching their educational and career goals.