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Adjunct Faculty Employment Open House

Adjunct Faculty Employment Open House

Looking to become an instructor? We'd love to talk! We are currently seeking qualified, diverse, progressive instructors to teach classes in a variety of academic areas and formats. Teaching opportunities may be during the day, evening or weekend at our Beavercreek and Xenia locations in one of the areas below.

Interested? Then attend the Clark State Adjunct Faculty Employment Open House!

Thursday, February 27  |  5 - 7 p.m.  |  Greene Center, Second Floor
3775 Pentagon Boulevard, Beavercreek, Ohio

Applicants will meet with administrators and full-time program faculty at this fair to discuss qualifications and employment opportunities. Please bring photocopies of your resumes, transcripts and applicable certifications/licensures, if feasible.They will be helpful in determining if you meet required qualifications.

We have a critical needs for instructors in Graphic Design and New Media in Springfield.

Other areas of need at all locations at all times include:

  • English
  • Math
  • Statistics
  • Psychology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

Minimum Requirements:

Master's degree in the subject discipline or a minimum of 18 semester credit hours of graduate coursework in the subject area. Teaching experience preferred. *Graphic Design and New Media ONLY minimum qualifications are a Bachelor's degree in the discipline or related field OR Associate's Degree in the discipline and a Bachelor's degree in any discipline OR an Associate's Degree with minimum of 6 years working in the industry.

We have a critical need for instructors in its Management Program with courses like Economics, Business Law, and Marketing and Engineering with courses like CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and Manufacturing, especially during daytime hours.

Other areas of need at all locations at all times include:

  • Accounting (especially during daytime hours)
  • Agriculture
  • Business Communications
  • Computer-Aided Design
  • Computer Concepts and Software Applications
  • Computer Numerical Control
  • Computer Software Development
  • Horticulture
  • Medical Office and Medical Coding
  • Networking and Cybersecurity
  • Office Administration
  • Real Estate Appraisal, Finance and Law
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • Welding
    • Economics
    • Business Law
    • Marketing
  • Management Program—Instructors needed for both day and evening classes on the Springfield campus and Beavercreek, Xenia, and Ohio High Point locations:
    • Engineering—day availability
    • Manufacturing
    • CAD (Computer Aided-Design)
    • ITS 1105 (Computer Concepts and Software Applications)-expertise with Windows and Microsoft Office Suite required.

Minimum Requirements: 

Generally a master’s degree; in a few select areas, less than a master’s degree may be considered if the applicant has sufficient work experience and/or industry credentials. Teaching experience preferred.

Health, Human, and Public Services has a critical need for instructors for its STNA (State Tested Nurses Aid Program) and Social Work Program.

Other needs include:

  • Classroom and skills lab instructors for Allied Health Courses including:
  • Human Disease
    • Introduction to Health Care
    • Introduction to EKG
    • Medical Terminology
  • Phlebotomy
  • Classroom, lab and online instructors for:
    • Anatomy & Physiology
    • Microbiology
  • Medical Lab Technology
  • Classroom instructors for courses in
    • Chemical Dependency
    • Emergency Medical Services
  • STNA (State Tested Nurses Aid Program)
  • Social Work

Minimum Requirements:

  • For Allied Health courses, a bachelor’s degree and experience in a health discipline
  • For Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology and Medical Lab Technology
    • Master’s degree in the subject area or a Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 semester hours in the subject area
    • Teaching experience preferred
  • For Chemical Dependency Courses
    • Bachelor’s degree with knowledge of addictions and treatment
  • For Social Work Courses
    • Master’s degree in Social Work

Questions? We're here to help!

Rhodes Hall, Room 210