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Part-Time Faculty: Non-Credit Instructors for Community and Workforce Training (Pool)
Umpqua Community College
Location: UCC Campus, Roseburg
Internal Number: 1583530
NON-CREDIT INSTRUCTOR FOR COMMUNITY AND WORKFORCE TRAINING (POOL)
The position of Non-Credit Instructor for Community and Workforce Trainingis a pooled position and applications will be reviewed on an as needed, on-going basis.
Are you interested in pushing the boundaries of what education could be for a dynamic community college in a beautiful rural setting? If yes, then this is the position for you!
As a Part-Time Non-Credit Instructor for Community and Workforce Training, you will be responsible for planning, developing and instructing non-credit classes or workshops offered by the UCC Community and Workforce Training Department delivered throughout UCC's Service District.
Community & Workforce Training Instructors teach part-time, non-credit courses in one or more of the following areas: Arts & Crafts, Professional Development & Continuing Education, Computers and Electronics, Fitness & Health, Home & Garden, Language & Writing, Recreation & Dance, and Youth Camps & Family. Instructors are responsible for planning, developing and instructing courses and workshops taught on the UCC campus, in Roseburg, in outlying Douglas County communities, or online. The ideal instructor combines an interest in serving the community with a desire to supplement their existing income.
If you have an interest in coming to work every day to invest in the vitality of our next generation's opportunities for career, personal and economic success, we welcome your application. We have the very best students, and our team is looking for the very best colleague to help reach its goals. Bring your energy, diligence, commitment, and collaborative spirit for student success to UCC.
REASONS TO WORK HERE
Fun, innovative atmosphere
Ability to transform lives and enrich communities
Opportunity to work with helpful, caring, and friendly coworkers
Professional Development Opportunities
Beautiful Rural Campus
The Douglas County community through UCC is building upon 50+ years of rich academic experiences and lives changed through higher education. We are a student-centered, positive working environment that thrives on innovation. We are committed to ensuring that everyone who interacts with our campus feels included, valued, and inspired to fulfill our mission to transform lives and enrich communities.
Umpqua Community College is located in beautiful Southern Oregon between the mountains of the Cascade Range to the east and the Coastal Range to the west. Hiking, biking, camping and skiing are a short car ride away and the town is surrounded on all sides by the amazing Umpqua River for fishing and water sports. The area is also home to over 40 wineries and many breweries with a bustling downtown. Roseburg has everything you'd want from a small town and has easy access to the bigger cities of Portland and Eugene by jumping on I-5. Roseburg has live-ability, a friendly feel and is ready to be home to your next career and family adventure. To learn more about our amazing community, click here: https://www.experienceroseburg.com/
Founded in 1964, Umpqua Community College provides life-changing education in Douglas County, Oregon. This has enriched the lives of generations, fulfilling the hopes entrusted by the community when the institution was founded. Today, UCC is an engaged, dynamic campus, where learners of all ages create new futures for themselves and their communities. UCC is one of the most picturesque colleges in the country, nestled between beautiful tree-studded hills and overlooking a large bend in the North Umpqua River. Natural volcanic rock and rustic, cedar shake architecture grace the 17 campus buildings located on a 100-acre plot of land six miles north of Roseburg.