Adjunct Faculty Positions

Applications for adjunct instructors for the following disciplines will be accepted for increasing the part-time pool for courses taught on the Hopkinsville campus and at the Fort Campbell, Princeton, Cadiz, and Elkton extended campus sites.

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  • Anatomy & Physiology - Faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level: doctorate or master's degree in the teaching discipline or master's degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline).
  • Computer/InformationTechnology - Faculty teaching associate degree courses designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: doctorate or master's degree in the teaching discipline or master's degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline).    Courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree:  bachelor's degree in the teaching discipline, or associate's degree and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline.
  • Machine Tool - Faculty teaching workforce courses to industry clients, not designed for transfer.  Both day and evening instruction is desired.  AAS in machine tool.
  • Mathematics - Faculty teaching general education courses at the undergraduate level: doctorate or master's degree in the teaching discipline or master's degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline).
  • Medical Coding - Instructs Health Insurance, Medical Terminology, and Medical Coding courses
    Preferred qualifications:  Previous teaching experience, Certified Professional Coder (CPC) attained through the American Academy of Professional Coders or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) through American Health Information Management Association.
  • Medical InformationTechnology - Faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: bachelor's degree in the teaching discipline, or associate's degree and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline.
  • MIT: Electrical - Faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree; Associate degree and demonstrated competencies in any related discipline or program. Certification may be required.
  • Nursing - All nursing faculty must hold current Registered Nurse licensure in Kentucky or compact state.
    • Nursing - Faculty teaching associate degree courses designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: master's degree in Nursing; or bachelor's degree in Nursing if program meets accreditation standards for ratio of master's to bachelor's degree nurses.
    • Nurse Aide - Faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: bachelor's degree in the teaching discipline, or associate's degree and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline. Nurse Aide requires current licensure.
    • Clinical Supervision - Bachelor's degree in qualifying fields. Functions under supervision of full-time faculty.  
  • Student Success - This course is designed to help students create greater success in college and in life.  Students learn proven strategies for creating greater academic success in college and in life.  Students learn proven strategies for creating greater academic, professional, and personal success.  Strategies include:  discovering yourself, time management, muscle reading, memory, note taking, how to take tests, critical thinking, diversity, money and health.
    • GEN102/FYE105 (3 credit hour elective) - Faculty teaching associate degree courses designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: master's degree in any discipline (Elective course).
    • GEN100/FYE100 (1 credit hour elective) - Faculty teaching associate degree courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree: bachelor's degree in any discipline (Elective course).
  • Welding - Faculty teaching workforce courses to industry clients, not designed for transfer.  Both day and evening instruction is desired.  AAS in welding and CWI through AWS.

Yvonne Glasman, Human Resources Director
Office: Administration Building, Room 216, P.O. Box 2100, Hopkinsville, KY 42241-2100
Contact: HR Department

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is an equal educational and employment opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, disability, family medical history, or genetic information.  Further, we vigilantly prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation, parental status, marital status, political affiliation, military service, or any other non-merit based factor.