Adjunct Faculty Information/Opportunities

Adjunct faculty are defined by Tennessee Board of Regents policy "as professional staff members of businesses, industries and other agencies and organizations who are appointed by institutions and schools on a part-time basis to carry out instructional, research or public service functions." The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools mandate specific qualifications for collegiate-level faculty.

    Adjunct faculty employment opportunities vary from semester to semester and adjunct faculty are hired on an as needed basis.  The following list reflects current divisional adjunct faculty needs based on previous and upcoming semester projections.

  •  Advanced Technologies  
    • - Automotive Service
      - Auto Body/Collision Repair 
      - Drafting
      - Electrical Technology (Emphasis in National Electrical Code and Motors, Alternators, and Generators)
      - Manufacturing
      - HVAC/R
      - Mechanical Technology (Emphasis in Hydraulic Systems and Experience with Piping for Mechanical Trades)
      - Machine Tool Technology
      - Welding (Emphasis in SMAW)

        
  • Behavioral and Social Sciences Division  
    • - Economics
      - Early Childhood Development
      - Geography
      - Physical Education
      - Political Science
      - Psychology
      - Sociology
      - Speech 
        
  •  Business Technologies   
               - Business Management - (Instructors for daytime hours preferred) 
    • Accounting  
  • Computer Science   
    • Computer Programming 
      Internet and Web Development  
      - Information Assurance
      Networking Engineering Technology
      - Personal Computer Management 
  • Entertainment Technology   
  • Office Administration Technology    
    • General Office  
      Legal Office  
      Medical Office  
  •  Health-Related Professions Division 
     
  •  Humanities Division  
    • - History
      - Music
      - Spanish
      - Theatre

       
  • Mathematics Division
              -
    Mathematics  
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  • Nursing  
    • Teach nursing lecture, laboratory skills, and/or clinical practicum for NURS 1100: Nursing Concepts, Skill, and Processes and/or NURS 2200: Nursing Process II.  See qualifications for credentials/experience.  The Nursing Program is located at the Regional Center for Health Professionals, 300 West Main Street, Kingsport.
        
  •  Science 
    • - Biology (Lecture and Labs) 
      - Biology (Microbiology)
      - Biology (Anatomy and Physiology, Lecture and Labs)
      - Chemistry

       
    Interested individuals may apply for potential adjunct faculty positions by completing an 
    adjunct faculty application packet. You may also request a packet of information by e-mailing
    the Office Evening and Distance Education or calling 423.354.5109.  More divisional specific 
    information can be obtained through Academic Affairs

Northeast State Community College
Office of Evening and Distance Education
P.O. Box 246
Blountville, TN 37617-0246

Phone: 423.354.5109
Email: EveDistEdu@NortheastState.edu