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Pre-Construction Planning and Tree Clearing for our new academic building will begin on Monday, May 9th.  When visiting campus please be aware of changes in parking locations, construction vehicles and way-finding signage.

Thank you for your interest in employment with York County Community College.
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Manager of Financial Services

This is a professional position that assists the Dean of Finance with the financial analysis of the college on a monthly and annual basis. Directly oversees, plans, organizes and monitors administrative accounting services and fiscal transactions to ensure the most economical operations consistent with sound business practices and the financial resources of the college. Supervision includes but is not limited to: accounting, general ledger, accounts payable, purchasing, accounts receivable, payroll, audit, internal and external financial reporting and budget functions.

Adjunct Faculty - Fall 2016

  • Introduction to Architecture (ARC 102)
  • Introduction to CAD (CAD 102)
  • Blueprint Reading (CAD 115)
  • Solid Modeling II (CAD 204)
  • Information Technology Fundamentals (CIS 118)
  • Precision Machining I (PMT 110)
  • Principles of CNC (PMT 125)
  • Criminalistics (CJS 140)
  • General Chemistry I with Lab
  • General Chemistry II with Lab
  • Chemistry for Health Sciences

Business and Industry Instructors/Trainers starting as early as June in the following areas:

Instructors for Machinging/Machine Operator:

  • Basic Shop Machines, Equipment and Practices
    • Orientation to various equipment and machines (lathes, boring and milling machines, grinders, etc.)
    • Proper cleaning of machines, equipment and work areas
    • Material types and properties
  • Machine Operations:  Safety Fundamentals
    • Safety fundamentals (machine guards, lock-out/tag-out, E-buttons, etc.)
    • Emergency procedures (equipment, shutdowns, etc.)
  • Machining Principles, Tooling and Fixturing
    • Theory of operation
    • History and Evolution of Machines and CNC Machines
  • Machine Operations:  Loading, Unloading and Fixturing
    • Tool selection and fixturing
    • Fundamentals of part/fixture set-up
    • Part loading and unloading
    • Part Handling and storage
  • Machine Shop Orientation and Hands-On
    • Visualizing work flow and part handling

Instructors/Trainers in Math

  • Basic Shop Math
    • Fractions and Decimals
    • Metric conversions
    • Measuring equipment - scales

          Required Qualifications

  • Certificate in Machining or Manufacturing Technology or equivalent and 3 years of industry-related experience

          Preferred Qualifications

  • Associate's Degree

To apply please contact Jim Appleby at 216-4343 or

Certified Nurse’s Assistant Instructor
The CNA Instructor’s primary responsibilities include planning, teaching and evaluating course participants in classroom and clinical skills performance.

Phlebotomy Instructor
Seeking an experienced, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable Phlebotomy instructor to instruct students in all aspects of the Phlebotomy Technician scope of practice.  Responsibilities include evaluate, report and record student performance and progress.  

Qualifications:    3 years’ experience and license or certification.

To apply please contact Paula Gagnon at 216-4318 or


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:

  • Operations Management
  • Math
  • English
  • Public Speaking
  • Strength of Materials
  • Machine Design
  • Blueprint Drawing & Reading
  • Electricity
  • Electronics 
  • Computers (Word, Excel & Powerpoint)
  • Physics

Prior teaching experience is preferred as well as technical experience.These contract opportunities may occur throughout the year, and the Program Manger 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.

Please send cover letter, resume and YCCC application to: Lori Hutchins at

College for Kids Instructors

York County Community College in Wells, Maine  is seeking Instructors for our College For Kids Summer Camps in the following areas:

Lego, Advanced Lego

Creative Writing & Journaling

STEM (Science, Technology, Education, Math)

Leadership Training and Community Service


Build Your Own App. 

All instructors must be at least 18 years of age and have experience working with children.  Applicants will be required to have a criminal background check. camp dates and descriptions visit  To apply please contact Paulette Millette at 207.216.4342 or


Download an Application:

To download YCCC’s Application for Employment, please select the following link:
YCCC Application(Microsoft Word File) – You must have Microsoft Word installed on your computer to view this document.


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 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:

 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 HEREto see our full Non-Discrimination Policy.


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
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Long Term Care Insurance

For more detailed information regarding these benefits, please contact Ellen Harford in Human Resources at

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.

Health, Vision & Dental:


Retirement & Long Term Care:


Employee Assistance:
State Employee Assistance Program: Helping Maine's State Employees to Meet and Solve Life's Challenges