Montgomery County Community College invites applications for the Nursing Adjunct Faculty (Part-Time)position. The Nursing Adjunct Faculty (Part-Time) teaches assigned courses in a manner that facilitates student learning and mastery of course material. Part Time faculty are encouraged to participate in course and curriculum development, program and course assessment, student advisement, college service, and professional development.
Specifically, Montgomery County Community College has a need for candidates with experience in mental health for adjunct positions at this time.
A Part-Time Nursing Faculty member’s primary responsibilities shall be to supervise student clinical activities in the College’s Associate Degree Nursing Program.
**This position requires the candidate to obtain the PA Child Abuse, PA State Police, and FBI Fingerprinting clearances prior to their start date.
Master’s Degree of Science in Nursing (MSN) or matriculation in MSN Program relevant to clinical area of responsibility. Attainment of Masters Degree in Nursing must be completed within 5 years of hire for continued employment.
Current non-encumbered licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse in the state of Pennsylvania.
Demonstrated ability to teach undergraduates of all abilities. Community College teaching experience preferred.
Exhibited evidence of continued professional growth and development.
Demonstrated commitment to the use of innovative instructional techniques and technologies and use of course management systems.
Demonstrated commitment to the use of a variety of teaching activities to address diverse learning styles.
Demonstrated commitment to the incorporation of information literacy resources, technology, research, writing and culturally diverse perspectives into the curriculum.
Knowledge of competency-based education preferred.
Demonstrated commitment to continual assessment of the teaching-learning process.
Demonstrated commitment to work with diverse populations, such as under-resourced groups and first-generation students.
Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to a comprehensive community college philosophy.
Montgomery County Community College offers a comprehensive curriculum of more than 100 degree and certificate programs, a Virtual Campus, a Culinary Arts Institute, a Municipal Police Academy, and specialized workforce development programs, all of which leverage the College’s nationally ranked use of innovative technology. An Achieving the Dream (AtD) Leader College, the institution is positioned at the vanguard of national efforts to increase completion, improve learning outcomes, and remove barriers to access for more than 24,000 students annually. The College is also recognized regionally and nationally for its sustainability leadership, work with military veterans, and community service and service learning opportunities. Montgomery County Community College was recognized by NISOD and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as one of nine “2021 Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges.” Visit mc3.edu or join us on Twitter @mccc.
Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and is dedicated to excellence through diversity in education and employment. MCCC, an EEO Employer, provides equal employment and educational opportunities to all who are qualified. In keeping with the College’s diversity initiative, MCCC seeks and welcomes applications from diverse candidates, those who have had multicultural experience, and those who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity.
Founded in 1964, our institution has grown with the community to meet the lifelong learning needs of Montgomery County residents, visitors and businesses. Known for academic excellence based on the successes of more than 65,000 alumni, we have been recognized multiple times for having the nation’s top faculty and for being the most technologically advanced community college in the country.
Our mission is clear: to offer a high-quality, affordable, accessible education that leads to relevant, rewarding transfer and career opportunities. The results are even clearer.
Our students who earn associate degrees seamlessly transfer to many public and private colleges and universities throughout the region.
More than two-thirds of our career graduates are employed in their fields of study.
Our Health Sciences Program graduates consistently exceed the average national pass rate on their professional certifications — many programs have 100 percent of graduates passing on their first attempt.
Our comprehensive curriculum includes more than 100 associate's degree and certificate programs—including nearly a dozen online degree and certificate programs and several hybrid online/tradition...al programs—offered at our Blue Bell Campus, Pottstown Campus, The Culinary Arts Institute in Lansdale and online. We also offer plenty of career training and continuing education programs for learners of all ages and backgrounds.
Funded by Montgomery County, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and student tuition, we are governed by a 15-person Board of Trustees appointed by the Montgomery County Commissioners and are fully accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. As a member of the Achieving the Dream: Community Colleges Count network, we are constantly honing research-based strategies that support student success. For several years we have been named to the national President’s Honor Roll for Community Service for our efforts to instill in our students the value of working for the betterment of the community.
We invite you to take advantage of all we have to offer — from challenging educational and professional development opportunities to stimulating activities and cultural programs. Our doors are always open to the community.