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Adjunct Faculty Positions
  


Qualified applicants interested in the position(s) listed below should complete an online LCCC Employment Application at www.lorainccc.edu/employment. The complete application file should include a cover letter detailing area(s) of expertise, resume, and unofficial college transcripts which can be uploaded to the online application. Official transcripts required upon employment. Paper application forms and documents may also be submitted by forwarding materials to The Human Resources Office, Lorain County Community College, 1005 N. Abbe Road, Elyria, OH 44035. Candidate selected will be subject to appropriate background checks before hire.

Applications will be accepted until the position(s) is/are filled. 


Division of Allied Health & Nursing HPER  

Adjunct Faculty – Clinical/Lab

The Adjunct Instructor will teach in clinical and laboratory course sections in the Practical Nursing and/or Associate Degree (RN) Nursing Program.  Includes supervision of students in clinical course sections and engagement in assessment activities which support the mission and goals of the Nursing Programs, Division of Allied Health and Nursing and LCCC.  

Qualifications:

Practical Nursing Program 
    • Active license to practice nursing in the state of Ohio or eligible. 
    • Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN). 
    • 2 years of nursing experience.
Associate Degree Nursing Program 
    • Active license to practice nursing in the state of Ohio or eligible. 
    • Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN). 
    • 2 years of nursing experience.

Preferred Qualifications:
Practical Nursing Program 
    • Clinical teaching experience in nursing. 
    • Masters of Science degree in Nursing (MSN).
Associate Degree Nursing Program 
    • Clinical teaching experience in nursing. 
    • Masters of Science degree in Nursing (MSN).

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Adjunct Faculty – Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Lab Assistant (EHOVE)

The Adjunct Instructor will assist students in on-site supervision in a community mental health facility in Lorain County. The OTA Lab assistant needs to be able to supervise students from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on Mondays. First year students will rotate through the facility for 2 weeks at a time and have structured assignments to complete. This is their first level 1 fieldwork experience. Adjunct faculty needs to report back to Academic Fieldwork Coordinator. Fieldwork runs June 15 through July 20. Lab assistant for mental health classes: Wednesdays, 1-5 p.m. May 27 through July 29. Lab assistant for pediatric classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00-12:15, August 25 through December 3.

Qualifications: Applicants need to be a COTA/L or OTR/L. AAS Degree required for COTA and Bachelor’s Degree required for OTR.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in mental health and or pediatrics preferred.

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Adjunct Faculty - Dental Hygiene Instructor

Adjunct faculty members are responsible for the clinical supervision of dental hygiene students treating patients in LCCC Dental Hygiene Clinic, and the evaluation of dental hygiene students in the LCCC Dental Hygiene Clinic.

Dental hygiene procedures include but are not limited to:

  • Completion of comprehensive Medical/Dental History for all patients
  • Completion of Intra/extra-oral examinations for all patients
  • Completion of radiographic exposures for indicated patients
  • Completion of Periodontal examinations including gingival descriptions for all adult patients
  • Assessment of calculus status and periodontal scaling skill levels
  • Presentation of patient and nutritional education to patients
  • Administration of local anesthesia to indicated adult patients
  • Provision of selective polishing procedures to all patients
  • Provision of fluoride/oral irrigation procedures for indicated patients
  • Additional services may be provided

Required Qualifications:  Licensed to practice Dental Hygiene (Registered Dental Hygienist) in the State of Ohio Commission on Dental Accreditation’s mandate that clinical faculty members possess a baccalaureate of higher degree; must have current documented knowledge of the specific subjects they are teaching (see above).  All program faculty must have current documented background in educational methodology consistent with teaching assignments; must be graduates of dental hygiene programs accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation.

  • Additionally, faculty must be NERB (Board approved) for administering local anesthesia in the state of Ohio.
  • Completion of Nitrous oxide course - has successfully completed a 6-hour course including 4 hours of didactic instruction, 2 hours of clinical experience, successful completion of a written examination, and successful demonstration of clinical competency in the administration of nitrous oxide in the dental office.

Preferred Qualifications:  Master’s degree preferred; background experience as a dental hygiene clinical educator.

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Primary Instructor for ODH Approved
Nurse Aide Training Program

Adjunct faculty to teach as Primary Instructors in Lorain County Community College Ohio Department of Health approved Nurse Aide Training Program in the Lorain, Elyria & Medina areas.  Must be available to teach lecture, lab and clinical sections based on course schedule as needed.  Definite numbers of hours are not guaranteed, but rather hours as needed by the program.

Responsibilities include studnt instruction addressing topics, lab skills and clinical experience per ODH curriculum and guidelines.  Required to assist students to master skills and content and ensure compliance with course, college and state requirements including relevant documentation.  Reports to the Program Coordinator and Program Director.

Requirements:  RN with current valid Ohio license; current Ohio Department of Health Train the Trainer Certificate for Nurse Aides less than 2 years old or if TTT Trainer Certificate is older than 2 years, documentation showing teaching as Primary Instructor in a NATCEP within the last 2 years.  Employment verification letters used as eligibility for acceptance into the TTT course required.  Current AHA BLS HCP CPR card; immunizations must be current.

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Surgical Technology Program

Requirements: Certified Surgical Technologist (CST), Associates degree in Surgical Technology; minimum of 3 years scrubbing full-time in surgery in a variety of surgical specialties.  Must have a professional appearance and demeanor, with a record of excellence in clinical performance; strong desire to teach, and a broad knowledge of operating room standards and practices. 


Division of Arts and Humanities

 

Adjunct Faculty - English

The Adjunct Instructor will teach Freshman Composition, ALP college/pre-college (possible). Offerings may include days, evenings, weekends, and / or online sections. Location will vary from the main campus; Outreach Learning Centers in Wellington, Lorain, Brunswick, and North Ridgeville; and / or delivered remotely.

Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in the discipline of English and previous college teaching experience is required.

Preferred Qualifications: Background with Rhetoric/Composition and familiarity with the mission of the community college.

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Adjunct Faculty - German

The Adjunct Instructor will teach Beginning German. Offerings may include days, evenings, weekends, and / or online sections. Location will vary from the main campus; Outreach Learning Centers in Wellington, Lorain, Brunswick, and North Ridgeville; and / or delivered remotely.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in the discipline of German or master’s degree with native German abilities is required; previous teaching experience desired.
 
  


Division of Engineering, Business

and Information Technologies

Adjunct Faculty - CNC/Manual Machine Instructor


The Adjunct CNC/Manual Machine faculty will instruct students in the correct operation of conventional mills, lathes and common machine shop equipment; programming/setup for 3- and 4-axis CNC mills and 2-axis CNC lathes.

Requirements: Associate degree or higher in related fields; proficiency in operation of conventional mills, lathes and common machine shop equipment; experience in programming/setup for 3- and 4-axis CNC mills and 2-axis CNC lathes required. Knowledge of tooling, fixturing, and advanced CNC programming techniques is also required.

Preferred: Bachelor’s degree; familiarity with Haas programming, Macro-B, VeriCut, experience in teaching/training.
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Adjunct Faculty - Engineering Mechanics - Statics

Fall Semester – August through December

The Adjunct instructor will teach Engineering Mechanics, Statics course for fall semester, August through December scheduled on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on LCCC’s main campus.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in relevant engineering/engineering technology field and three to four years industrial experience in mechanical/manufacturing fields including practical problem solving applications.
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Adjunct Faculty - Engineering Mechanics - Strength of Materials

Fall Semester – August through December

The Adjunct instructor will teach Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials course (EMCH 211) which will cover: analysis of physical properties; strength characteristics; stress development; deformation and failure limits of engineering materials used in different types of loading; and support conditions in engineering applications.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and three to four years industrial work experience in problem solving applications.
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Adjunct Faculty – Machine Design Course Instructor


Fall Semester - August through December

The Adjunct machine design course faculty will teach EMCH 221, Machining Design Course to students covering: mechanical design analysis of machine elements and selection of power transmission components such as belts, chains, gears and bearings; and design of shafts, compression springs and eccentric bolt connections.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and minimum three years of industrial work experience in machine design and fabrication field.
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Adjunct Faculty – Quality Instructor


The Adjunct quality instructor will teach QLTY 122, basic quality tools and applications course as per syllabus using text books provided.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in relevant engineering/engineering technology or professional ASQ certificate and three to four years industrial experience in manufacturing fields using quality tools and problem solving applications.

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Computer Information Systems (CISS)


Adjunct instructors needed to teach the following day and/or evenings, weekends, and blended options using Angel. Instructors also needed for the outreach locations, including Wellington, Lorain, Brunswick, and North Ridgeville.

Android Device Programming
iPod Programming (objective C)
Local Area Networks (Windows Server 2008 and 2012)
Operating systems (Windows and Linux)
Software Development in C# and Java


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; Master's degree and college teaching experience preferred.
 


Division of Science and Mathematics

 

Adjunct Instructors

Needed to teach the following for fall semester 2016:

• BIOG 151 (General Biology)
• BIOG 165 (Intro to Ecology)

Day and evening hours are available. Offerings may include days, evenings, weekends, and / or online sections. Location will vary from the Elyria campus; Outreach Learning Centers in Wellington, Lorain, Brunswick, and North Ridgeville; and / or delivered remotely.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Biology, Ecology or Environmental Science or Master’s degree in any field with at least 18 graduate credits in Biology, Ecology or Environmental Science required; previous college-level teaching experience and experience in the use of classroom technology preferred.
 


Nord Advanced Technologies Center

Adjunct instructors

needed to teach the following:

Days, evenings, weekends, blended options using Angel.  Instructor also needed for the outreach locations, including Wellington, Lorain and Brunswick:

  • Advanced Computer Diagnostics
  • Computer Diagnostics
  • Digital Computer Forensics
  • Digital Forensics and the Law
  • Gaming Systems Forensics
  • Local Area Networks
  • Network and Cyber Forensics
  • Networking
  • Telephone System Forensics

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in related field and college level teaching experience preferred.