Become a Part-Time Instructor
Thank you for your interest in being an adjunct instructor at North Central State College (NCSC). NCSC is committed to hiring quality adjunct faculty for all academic programs. As such, we are continually searching for adjunct instructors who will provide effective instruction through course theory and real world application. We offer part-time teaching opportunities during the day, evening, and weekend in Business & Education, Health & Public Service, and Technology & Workforce Development.
The following are the program areas that are available at NCSC.
|Number of Sections Taught||Pay Rate|
|Step I - 0 to 12 sections taught||$31.00/hr.|
|Step II - 13 to 25 sections taught||$33.50/hr.|
|Step III - more than 25 sections taught||$36.00/hr.|
Employment contracts issued to part-time faculty are subject to the sufficiency of Legislative appropriations and the pertinent provisions of the Revised Code of Ohio and the official actions of the Board of Trustees. The contract creates no expectation of future employment, and the College maintains sole discretion in choosing to offer or not offer future teaching opportunities. Part-time faculty are paid bi-weekly at predetermined times during the quarter. A part-time faculty member is not eligible to receive benefits and is required to participate in the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS).
If you have additional questions, please contact the Office of Human Resources at (419) 755-4816.
Thank you for your interest in teaching at North Central State College.
Each academic Dean/Chair hires part-time faculty per department as needed. Applications for part-time faculty members are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Send a letter of application and résumé (indicate which program area(s) you would like to teach) to:
North Central State College
Attention: Human Resources
2441 Kenwood Circle
Mansfield, OH 44906
If you prefer, you may fax your materials to (419) 755-4780.
Applications for part-time teaching positions are reviewed by each academic department and remain on file for one year. As class assignments become available, the hiring department may contact you to request additional information. To build a diverse workforce, NCSC encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women.