Part-time Positions

Please select the instructor position(s) for which you are applying. You may select multiple positions; your application will be placed in each of those curriculum areas. For a detailed listing of a job description, please click the job link.


If contacted for an interview, you will be advised to email or fax a copy of all related transcripts prior to the interview session. If hired as an adjunct, you must submit official transcripts for verification of credentials.


NOTE: Positions for faculty listed below are all pending student demands and curriculum needs except for those that appear in the Current Adjunct Faculty Needs listed below:


Applicant files that have been in place for 15 months are purged.

Current Adjunct Faculty Needs


Adjunct Nursing Instructor

The Nursing Instructor, as a Department of Nursing faculty member, is primarily responsible for the planning, delivery, and evaluation of classroom, laboratory and clinical instruction. Other responsibilities include assisting and supporting the department and programs in meeting the instructional and curricular requirements of the programs and interacting with community/industry members.


Qualifications: Applicants must hold a current unrestricted license to practice as a registered nurse in NC and have at least two calendar years or the equivalent of full-time clinical experience as a registered nurse. Master of Science in Nursing required; current competence in areas of assigned responsibility; and effective communication and leadership skills. Experience as a nursing instructor preferred.


Review of applications will begin on June 1, 2013 and continue until June 27.


Adjunct Math Instructor

Sandhills Community College seeks applications for a part-time Mathematics Instructor.  Classroom duties will include teaching college level mathematics.  Class sessions may take place on the Sandhills Community College campus and on the Hoke County high school campuses. 


Qualifications:  Master’s Degree or higher in Mathematics/Mathematics Education or a Master’s Degree and 18 graduate credit hours in Mathematics/Mathematics Education.  Teaching experience preferred.


Review of credentials will begin on November 25, 2013 and continue until the position is filled


Nurse Aide Instructors / Competency Evaluators

Sandhills Community College invites applications for part-time Nursing Assistant Instructors for the Division of Continuing Education.


Qualifications: Registered Nurse, currently registered in North Carolina with an unencumbered license and minimum of one year of skilled nursing experience. Candidates must have completed a course in teaching adults or have experience teaching adults and/or nursing assistants. Class hours vary and are subject to change. In addition to the 196 course hours, the state and Sandhills Community College require an orientation with the program coordinator.


Review of applications is ongoing.


Phlebotomy Instructor

Sandhills Community College seeks applications for Phlebotomy Instructor. The class(es) will be part-time, contractual (Ongoing) and will be starting in mid-August and run through early December.


Minimum requirements are: Current phlebotomy certification; Combined, 30 college credit hours and 1 year of relevant teaching experience; CEU's (2 yrs back @ 10 hours a year) in clinical laboratory science/education or relevant computer applications


Preferred requirements are: Current phlebotomy certification; Associate degree or higher Relevant teaching experience.


Landscape Gardening Adjunct Instructor

Sandhills Community College seeks applications for an adjunct instructor. The successful candidate will provide strong academic and practical hands-on instruction in a nationally recognized program that leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree. The emphasis in this program is a hands-on approach to learning utilizing the thirty-two acre gardens as a living laboratory. Duties of this position will include but not limited to class and field laboratory instruction along with cooperative garden development, installation and maintenance along with working with the public as well as students while in the garden setting. Applicant should be able to teach semester college courses as related to the curriculum in such subject areas as, (but not necessarily limited to): pest management (to include insects, weeds, and diseases), basic fruit and vegetable production, interior plant identification and care, propagation and greenhouse production.


Salary to be commensurate with experience and state salary schedules. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled and review of applications will begin July 7, 2014. To maximize your opportunity for selection, letter of interest and resume should be forwarded to the Office of Human Resources.


Qualifications: Required qualifications: Associate’s degree in Landscape Gardening or related field. Teaching and field-related work experience preferred.

Continuing Education


Developmental Education/TOEFL

Engineering & Computer Technologies

English & Humanities/University Studies

Fine Arts

Health Sciences

Hospitality and Culinary Arts

Landscape Gardening

Management & Business Technologies



Physical Education

Public Service

Public Service

Public Service


Social & Behavioral Sciences

Therapeutic Massage

Transportation Services