Spartanburg Community College (SCC) will hold a job fair to recruit qualified part-time faculty members and provide an opportunity for job seekers to meet with SCC’s hiring managers. The job fair will be held on Thursday, May 23, from 4 - 6p.m. at SCC’s central campus in Spartanburg.
SCC is seeking part-time faculty with a wide variety of backgrounds and experience for all areas of the college. “Our goal is to create a pool of candidates for future vacancies,” said Mary Whitener, employment and training manager for SCC human resources. “This is an opportunity for individuals to learn more about SCC and the potential to earn additional income by teaching. These rewarding positions offer flexible schedules and convenient locations with classes offered in Spartanburg, Gaffney, Duncan and Union, as well as online.”
Credential requirements for faculty teaching positions in a variety of courses are as follows:
A master’s degree and 18 graduate hours in one of the following disciplines -
• Computer and Engineering Technology
• Humanities/Fine Arts
• Social/Behavioral Sciences
• Natural Sciences/Mathematics
The minimum academic degree for faculty teaching in professional, occupational, and technical areas must be at the same level at which the faculty member is teaching. A typical combination is a bachelor’s degree with appropriate work experience.
Diploma/Certificate Programs (Industrial Classes)
Requires some college or specialized training, but with emphasis on competence through work experience.
Bachelor’s degree in the discipline being taught and experience or graduate training.
Individuals who meet the above requirements are encouraged to complete an online application at www.jobs.sc.gov and attend the job fair to learn more about the part-time faculty positions.
SCC’s Part-Time Faculty Job Fair will be held in the Commissioners Dining Room in the Dan Lee Terhune Student Services Building on SCC’s central campus off Business I-85 and New Cut Road. For more information about the job fair, please call Mary Whitener at (864) 592-4615 or toll-free (800) 922-3679. For more information about SCC, visit www.sccsc.edu.