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APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Please refer to complete AD on HigherEd for the necessary application materials for the position for which you are interested.

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Instructions for submitting Your Application
All applicants must submit the following according to the instructions listed on the Job Posting to the address below:

 

1. A Completed YCCC Application

2. A Cover Letter

3. A Resume

4. Official College transcripts

5. Adjunct Faculty Rider(Adjunct Instructors only)

6. Name and contact information of three professional references

 

Human Resources
York County Community College
112 College Drive
Wells, ME 04090
Or to: employment@yccc.edu

 Only applications for currently advertised positions will be accepted.

York County Community College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. York County Community College does not discriminate in its education and employment programs on the basis of age, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or religion. For more information, please call (207) 216-4435. Please click HERE to see our full Non-Discrimination Policy.

 

Adjunct Instructors - Fall 2018

York County Community College is currently accepting résumés for adjunct instructors for day and/or evening availability at the Wells Campus.  These are non-benefited positions with teaching assignments on a course-by-course, semester-to-semester basis.  Instructors are needed in the following areas:

CAD 102 Introduction to CAD
Students are introduced to CAD software (Auto CAD) to produce technical drawings. Students will learn the necessary commands and functions to create a variety of two-dimensional drawings.

CAD 115 Blueprint Reading
Introductory course is designed to develop critical thinking, problem solving, and visual perception skills in the context of technical drawings. Emphasis on drafting and design standards based on current ASME and ANSI standards.

CAD 107 - Solid Modeling I
This course introduces the design concepts of 3-D solid modeling using parametric CAD software (Solidworks). Students will create models with dimensional and geometric constraints, with parametric features. From the 3-D models, the student will create annotated 2-D engineering drawings. This is a hands-on course with all content directly applied in the lab.

CAD 204 - Solid Modeling II
The course focuses on advanced modeling techniques, sheet metal modeling, and engineering drafting. From the 3D models (Solidworks), students will analyze assemblies and develop documentation and presentations. The course is hands-on and project-based with all content directly applied in the lab. Prerequisite: CAD 107

Animal Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab
This course is the first of a two-semester sequence that examines the basic principles of animal anatomy and physiology.  Structure-function relationships are examined at all levels throughout the course, as well as comparisons between cat, dog, horse, a ruminant, and smaller domesticated animals.  Topics include anatomical terminology, cell structure and function, tissue organization and the skeletal, muscular and cardiovascular systems.  

Laboratory Animal Medicine
This course focuses on laboratory and exotic animal husbandry, handling, restraint, and specific problems encountered with laboratory and exotic animals. The student will learn proper feeding and common management practices, including sanitation and disease prevention, in a clinical or zoological setting. The student will also review common diseases of laboratory and exotic animals. This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills required for veterinary technicians and will require field work.

Custodian - Temporary Position

RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a first shift position with hours from 8:00am – 4:30pm, Monday through Friday with flexibility to come in early/stay late as needed or as agreed upon.

The position includes general custodial cleaning, building maintenance and minor equipment repairs. The successful candidate should enjoy working in a team environment, be organized, self-motivating, able to work independently.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Must be familiar and able to operate swing buffers, automatic floor scrubbers, carpet extractors, wear a back pack vacuum.
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. i.e. office paper boxes, 5-gallon water bottles, bags of ice melt, set up and break down tables/chairs in our conference rooms.
  • Should be familiar and able to operate a riding tractor for snow removal during storms and able to shovel out entrance doorways.
  • Must be able to climb and work from step/extension/vertical ladders.
  • Should be knowledgeable in plumbing, electrical, have basic carpentry and painting skills.
  • Must have a Class C driver’s license, a clean driving record and reliable transportation.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and writing, to identify priorities and to establish effective working relationships with college officials, staff, faculty and students.
  • Knowledge of and follow EPA, OSHA, College requirements and compliance.

Machining Instructors - Continuing Education

The Department of Continuing Education is seeking adjunct instructors for the following machining courses and topics:


•    Blueprint Reading
•    GD&T
•    Conventional Machining
•    CNC Programming
•    Precision Measurement


Applicants for all machining classes must have related professional experience in the subject area; prior teaching experience and college credits in the subject area are preferred.
These are non-benefited contract opportunities with teaching assignments occurring randomly throughout the year.  Flexibility in scheduling is needed.

 

Instructors - Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

The Apprentice Program at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is looking for several on-site contract instructors to teach in its Apprentice Program. These are non-benefited positions with teaching assignments on a course-by-course basis. Instructors are needed in:

  • Math
  • Strength of Materials
  • Machine Design
  • Electricity
  • Electronics 
  • Physics

Prior teaching experience is preferred as well as technical experience.  These contract opportunities may occur throughout the year, and the Program Manager will reach out to you if your resume fits the requirements to schedule an interview.

Proof of US Citizenship and background check required. York County Community College and Great Bay Community College work with Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s Apprentice Program, providing instructors for the students in the program. The sessions run for 10 days (Monday through Friday) and are from 12-4:00 or 4:30-8:30. The pay is $1855 per class. All classes are run on-site in Kittery, Maine.

 

Applications for employment with a college or other unit of the Maine Community College System may be subject to public disclosure.  Should your application be among those in a pool of finalists for which a request for public disclosure has been received, you will be notified and have five working days within which to withdraw from consideration.  If you do not withdraw your candidacy withing the time allotted, your name, present position and current employer will be released as a finalist for the position in question.

York County Community College and the Maine Community College System offer a comprehensive benefits package to all permanent staff and faculty.  All benefits are in accordance with the collective bargaining units represented within the Maine Community College System.  Benefits offered include the following:

  • Comprehensive Health & Dental Insurance
  • Vision Care 
  • Health & Dependent Care Spending Accounts
  • Free Tuition at Maine's Community Colleges
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous Vacation & Sick Leave
  • 12 Paid Holidays Annually
  • Retirement (in lieu of social security)
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Long Term Care Insurance

For more detailed information regarding these benefits, please contact Ellen Harford in Human Resources at eharford@YCCC.edu.

The following links are provided for your general information.  Should you need further information regarding the specific health, dental and retirement packages or other benefits offered by York County Community College, please contact Ellen Harford in Human Resources.