Motlow State seeks adjunct faculty through Career Fairs in March
Motlow State Community College is holding multiple career fairs in March for anyone interested in becoming an adjunct faculty member. The events will be held at all four Motlow State campuses from 5 – 7 p.m. Event dates, campus locations and contact information are:
- March 20, McMinnville Campus, 225 Cadillac Lane, McMinnville, Front Lobby; 931-668-7010, Kathy Reynolds
- March 22, Moore County Campus, 6015 Ledford Mill Rd., Tullahoma, Forrester Student Center, Jack Daniels Dining Room; 931-393-1700, Bobbie Spratlin
- March 27, Smyrna Campus, 5002 Motlow College Blvd., Smyrna; Mary Lou Apple Science Technology and Allied Health building, Rooms 204 and 205; 615-220-7802, Estelle Davis, or email AdjunctCareersSmyrna@mscc.edu
- March 29, Fayetteville Campus, 1802 Winchester Hwy., Fayetteville; Sundquist Center for Academic Technology building, Room FC 023; 931-438-0028, Michelle Cox
Motlow State is one of the fastest growing colleges in Tennessee. This growth has created a strong need for additional faculty.
Attendees of the career fairs will have an opportunity to meet Motlow State’s academic team to learn about employment opportunities. Refreshments will be served, and RSVP is appreciated by calling the specific campus phone number listed above.
Adjunct faculty can teach a maximum of 12 hours in the fall and spring semesters for a total of 24 hours per academic year. Positions available include teaching day, evening, weekend and online classes at all four Motlow campuses.
Course subjects include: accounting, anthropology, art, biology, business, chemistry, clinical nursing (BSN accepted, MSN preferred), computer science, criminal justice, early childhood education, economics, education, engineering, English, geography, geology, health/physical education, history, information systems, mass communications, mathematics, mechatronics, music, physical science, physics, political science, psychology, reading, sociology, Spanish, speech and theatre.
A master's degree in any of the aforementioned areas of study, or a master's degree in any area with 18 graduate semester hours in one of the areas, is required to apply.
Mechatronics requires an engineering or engineering technology degree, with a minimum of five years experience in a manufacturing environment.
A bachelor’s degree or higher is required to teach learning support math, English, and reading.
Motlow is also seeking new instructors for workforce and professional development careers and for summer camps. Individuals with credentials to teach work-readiness skills who are interested in contracting with the College are also encouraged to attend the career fairs.
High-demand professional development and continuing education training examples are: Quickbooks, Excel, graphics design, Lean Six Sigma, logistics, procurement contracts, management and all fields where certifications lead to employment or advancement.