Part Time Job Descriptions
Part Time Adjunct Instructor Positions
Day and Evening Adjunct Positions
There are two position types: Advertised positions are specific posting requiring, an application package that must be received by the close date. Unsolicited positions are utilized for developing a pool of applicants for program and service areas; a position may not be available at the time of submission.
- There are no open positions available at this time.
All positions require a minimum of an associate degree in the discipline or a related discipline.
Office Administration/ Medical Office Administration– requires an Associate in Applied Science degree in Office Administration or Medical Office Administration. Work experience in the field required:
Communications - Master's Degree, Day and Evening availability
Comprehensive Keyboarding, text entry, formatting and editing. Requires Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013
Cosmetology - Requires an Associates Degree in Cosmetology, NC License and Instructor's License and a minimum 2 years of salon experience.
Criminal Justice - Master's Degree, Day and Evening availability
- Desktop Publishing requires Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013
Esthetics - Requires a NC License and Instructor's License for Cosmetology or Esthetics and a minimum 2 years of salon experience.
Medical Coding and Billing (preference: certified coder who has worked in the field at least 1 year)
Medical Terminology I and II
Nursing Assistant Instructors- requires current RN License. May be based at a high school.
Computer Lab Assistants-requires AAS in a computer field.
Networking, Security, Operating Systems, Database, Web Technologies - . An Associates degree in Computer Information Technologies, Networking Technologies, or Information Systems Security required. Industry recognized certifications are a plus.
Introduction to Computers - Masters in Computer Science or Information Systems is required. Experience in Office 2010 or 2013.
Adjunct Day positions (may require teaching in the area high schools) require a Master’s in the field or a Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in the field:
- Criminal Justice
- Biology/Anatomy and Physiology
- American Sign Language (ASL)
Adjunct Lab Assistants – requires a Bachelor’s degree
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Math (pre-calculus, statistics, calculus)
If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact Allen Kniceley in the Human Resources Department at (704) 669-4037 or email@example.com.
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