Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) is a comprehensive two-year college of the Virginia Community College System, serving the City of Martinsville and the counties of Henry and Patrick. PHCC serves approximately 3,500 credit and almost 2,700 non-credit students annually and, consistently ranks among the top ten "Most Tech-Savvy" community colleges in the country by the Center for Digital Education. It is one of the nation's 82 "Achieving the Dream" Leader Colleges. The college offers transfer programs, in addition to career-track and certification programs, and serves more than 200 employers through workforce development. It is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Position Summary: Patrick Henry Community College is always looking for qualified adjunct faculty to enhance its academic programs. We are seeking qualified adjunct faculty members to teach Construction Trades classes (such as Contractor, HVAC, Carpentry, and/or Plumbing training classes) for the fall semester of 2020. The college is primarily seeking individuals who are available to teach daytime or evening classes. Adjunct faculty positions are appointed on a course-by-course basis each semester as needed. Adjunct faculty are expected to maintain currency in their teaching disciplines and in regards to trends in community college education. Compensation: $30-$45/hour. Commensurate with education and experience. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Internal Number: 149382
About Patrick Henry Community College
Patrick Henry Community College is a comprehensive two-year institution committed to student success, lifelong learning, and enrichment of the quality of life in the region it serves. Serving Martinsville, Henry County, Patrick County, and the southern portion of Franklin County, PHCC is a comprehensive open-door institution, accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate degree. Patrick Henry offers 29 associate degree programs, 12 certificate programs and 38 career studies certificate programs. The college also delivers a variety of nontraditional programs such as customized workforce development training, industry-recognized certifications, developmental and transitional programs, and courses for personal enrichment.