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The Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) is Tennessee's largest higher education system, governing 40 post-secondary educational institutions with over 200 teaching locations. The TBR system includes 13 community colleges and 27 colleges of applied technology, providing programs to students across the state, country and world.

Adjunct Faculty (Pool)

  • Blountville, Tennessee, United States
  • Adjunct
  • Adjunct
  • Closing on: Oct 31 2023

Title: Adjunct Faculty (Pool)

Employee Classification: Faculty

Institution: Northeast State Community College

Northeast State Community College is accepting applications for the position listing of adjunct faculty to collect a pool of qualified candidates for upcoming semesters. Adjunct faculty positions are temporary teaching positions filled semester-by-semester as needed. This posting is not a guarantee of an open position. Available positions vary and fluctuate to include classes during the day, evening, weekend, traditional, high school dual enrollment, or Career Technical Education (CTE). Adjunct faculty may be asked to travel to and teach from locations within Northeast State's five county region of Carter, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington counties.

Adjunct positions are not strictly online teaching assignments and require travel to one or more campuses.

 

Qualified applicants for the following fields are especially encouraged to apply:

Anatomy and Physiology, Anthropology, Auto Body, Automotive, Aviation, Aviation Unmanned Aircraft Systems, BiologyChemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Electrical, EMT, English, French, Geography, History, HVAC, Machine Tool, Mechanical and Hydraulics, Mathematics, Nursing, Paramedic, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Spanish, Speech Communication, Sociology, Theatre, and Welding (all processes).

 

Qualified applicants available to teach high school students in the following fields are especially encouraged to apply:

Anatomy and Physiology, Auto Body, Aviation, Aviation Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, English, Humanities, HVAC, Mathematics, Machine Tool, Manufacturing, Mechanical and Hydraulics, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Speech Communication, and Welding (all processes)

Please indicate in your cover letter your availability and interest in teaching at local area high schools.

 

Please refer to the lists below for the required qualifications for each field.

Responsibilities

  • Deliver quality instruction during the arranged time set forth in the semester schedule
  • Comply with Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) and Northeast State Community policies, guidelines, and procedures
  • Demonstrate excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Utilize technology as recommended (prior computer experience recommended)
  • Comply with Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations
  • Maintain accurate recordkeeping; use student information system to submit student attendance and final grades, etc.
  • Administer, complete, and return requested surveys and evaluations
  • Notify appropriate personnel of inability to meet a scheduled class
  • Check and respond to both D2L and institutional email within 48 hours
  • Adhere to deadlines for assigned duties and tasks as requested
  • Complete Title IX and VI training and other online training programs as appropriate
  • Follow professional code of conduct and ethics
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Compensation

  • Generally $579 Per Credit Hour

 

Accepting Applications for the Following Disciplines

Behavioral and Social Sciences

Credentials for faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level or associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree: doctorate or master’s degree in the teaching discipline or master’s degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline). 

  • Anthropology (Master's degree required)
  • Criminal Justice (Master's degree required)
  • Early Childhood Education (Master's degree required)
  • Economics (Master's degree required)
  • Education (Master's degree required)
  • Geography (Master's degree required)
  • Learning Support – Basic and Developmental Reading (Bachelor’s degree in Reading required)
  • Physical Education (Master's degree required)
  • Political Science (Master's degree required)
  • Psychology (Master's degree required)
  • Social Work (Master's degree required)
  • Sociology (Master's degree required)

Communication

  • Mass Communication (Master's degree required)
  • Speech (Master's degree required)

 

Health Professions

See credential guidelines listed for each.

  • Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (Associate degree and appropriate licensure required)
  • Cardiovascular Technology (Associate degree and appropriate certification required)
  • Dental Assisting (Bachelor’s degree and appropriate certification required)
  • Emergency Medical Technician (Associate degree and appropriate licensure required)
  • Medical Laboratory Technology (Master’s degree and appropriate credentials required)
  • Nursing for lectures, labs, and/or clinical practicum (Master’s degree (MSN) and current TN or compact state licensure as an RN required)
  • Paramedic (Bachelor’s degree and appropriate licensure required)
  • Surgical Technology (Associate degree and appropriate credentials required)

 

Humanities

Credentials for faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level or associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree: doctorate or master’s degree in the teaching discipline or master’s degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline). 

  • English (Master's degree required)
  • History (Master's degree required)
  • Humanities (Master's degree required)
  • Learning Support – Basic and Developmental Writing (Bachelor’s degree required)
  • Music (Master's degree required)
  • Philosophy (Master's degree required)
  • Theatre (Master's degree required)

Visual Art and Design

  • Art History (Master's degree required)
  • Studio Art (Master's degree required)
  • Digital Media to include, but not limited to, visual effects, game design, and digital animation (Master's degree required)

Foreign Language

  • French (Master's degree required)
  • Spanish (Master's degree required)

 

Mathematics

Credentials for faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level or associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree: doctorate or master’s degree in the teaching discipline or master’s degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline). 

  • Mathematics (emphasis in Statistics) (Master's degree required)
  • Engineering (Master's degree required)

 

Science

Credentials for faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level or associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree: doctorate or master’s degree in the teaching discipline or master’s degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline). 

  • Agriculture (Master's degree required)
  • Astronomy (Master's degree required)
  • Chemistry Lectures (Master's degree required)
  • Chemistry Labs (Bachelor’s degree required)
  • Health (Master's degree required)
  • Physical Science (Master's degree required)
  • Physics (Master's degree required)

Biology

  • Anatomy and Physiology (Master's degree required)
  • Microbiology (Master's degree required)
  • Biology Lectures (Master's degree required)
  • Biology Labs (Bachelor’s degree required)

 

Technologies

Credentials for faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: bachelor’s degree in teaching discipline or associate’s degree and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. 

Credentials for faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level or associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree: doctorate or master’s degree in the teaching discipline or master’s degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline).

Administrative Professional Technology

  • Business Office (Master's degree required)
  • Legal Office (Master's degree required)
  • Medical Office (Master's degree required)

Aviation Technology

  • Aviation Maintenance (airframe structures, sheet metal, measuring instruments) (Associate degree required)
  • Avionics (wiring harness fabrication, connector termination, aircraft instrument, power plant theory, Air Frame Certificate Preferred) (Associate degree required)

Business

  • Accounting (Master's degree required)
  • Finance (Master's degree required)
  • Management (Master's degree required)
  • Marketing (Master's degree required)
  • Small Business Management (Master's degree required)

Computer Information Technology

  • Cyber Defense (Master's degree required)
  • Networking (Master's degree required)
  • Programming in Java, Python, and PHP – Hypertext Preprocessor (Master's degree required)
  • Systems Administration and Management (Master's degree required)

Electrical Technology

  • Electrical (emphasis in National Electric Code and Motors, Alternators, and Generators) (Associate degree required)
  • Electromechanical (Associate degree required)

Industrial Technology

  • Automotive (Associate degree required)
    • Automotive Body/Collision
    • Automotive Service
    • Motorsports
  • Engineering Design Technology (Associate degree required)
    • Drafting
  • Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (Associate degree required)
  • Machine Tool (Associate degree required)
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Associate degree required)
    • Manufacturing
    • Industrial Operations
  • Mechanical (Associate degree required)
  • Welding/Metal Fabrication (emphasis in SMAW) (Associate degree required)

 

Adjunct faculty may be asked to teach at any location within Northeast State's five county region of Carter, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington counties.

For assistance with the job ad or application process, please contact the Office of Human Resources at 423-354-5183. For questions after your application has been submitted, please contact the Office of Evening Services at 423-354-5109.

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