ONGOING RECRUITMENT Applications will be kept on file for one year. Teach up to six credit hours per semester in one of the following subjects: accounting, anatomy and physiology, microbiology, chemistry, business/marketing/management, economics, computer science, microcomputer repair, history, political science, geography, criminal justice, child care, and education. Most positions require a master's degree in related field or a master's degree and at least 18 graduate hours in related field. Some positions may require a bachelor's degree only. Currently need instructors to teach in the following courses: *Business Administrative Systems Instructors. Requires a master's degree in a related field. Must have recent experience teaching Microsoft Office applications, we are currently teaching Office 2010. Daytime teaching opportunities may be available in January. *Computer Networking Instructor. Instructors needed to teach advanced Microsoft classes, including Exchange Server, and computer repair classes. Microsoft certifications and A+ certification desired. Minimum five years of work experience in IT. Bachelors degree or higher required. Teaching experience is not required candidates should have a strong desire to teach. *Business Administrative Systems Instructors. On campus, day courses available beginning in August (Keyboarding and Microcomputer Applications). Requires a Master's degree in a related field AND recent teaching experience Microsoft Office applications. We are currently teaching Office 2010. *Math Instructors. Math instructors are needed to teach College Algebra and various math courses. Master's in mathematics is required. *Geography Instructors. Geography instructors should have a Master's degree in Geography. Chemistry Instructors.Chemistry instructors should have a master's degree in chemistry. Teaching experience preferred. Courses could include Introduction to Chemistry lecture, Introduction to Chemistry lab and General Chemistry I and II. *Biology Instructors. Biology Instructors are needed for Microbiology and Anatomy & Physiology lectures and/or labs. A Master's degree in Biology or a related field with prior teaching experience is required. To apply: ?Submit a separate resume or a separate college employment application for each position for which you would like to apply. Candidates selected for an interview must complete a college employment application form and submit it prior to or at the time of an interview. ?Enter the position "Requisition No." on the resume or employment application form. ?Faculty positions require that a copy of academic transcript(s) be submitted.