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Testing Center Coordinator (Part Time)

This 20 hour per week position reports to the Associate Academic Dean and will ensure researching, planning, organization and administration of the Testing Center at YCCC targeting students who want to pursue industry recognized certifications in Information Technology. This position beginning 6/1/15 through 9/30/16 is paid for by a grant from the US Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.  York County Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer; adaptive equipment is available upon request.

Adjuncts - Fall 2015

Architecture I (ARC I) is an introductory course that focuses on light frame construction techniques specifically related to residential dwellings.  Students will produce full sets of working drawings for two-story residential structures.

Blueprint Reading (CAD 115) is an introductory course, emphasis will be placed on drafting and design standards, based on ASME and ANSI standards, size description, view location, dimensioning and identification of symbols and interpretation of engineering drawings.

Introduction to Drawing (ART 120) this is an introduction to the problems, techniques, and materials of drawing.  Students will develop an understanding of the technical and aesthetic issues involved in composing drawings.

Digital Filmmaking (COM 110) this course provides an introduction to the art of filmmaking in the medium of digital video.  Students will be required to write, shoot and edit short films using the college’s digital cameras and editing equipment.

Veterinary Clinical Pathology
This is a course for veterinary technology students where they will study laboratory techniques and procedures used in evaluating veterinary clinical samples. This will include hematology, urinalysis, parasitology, cytology, serology, microbiology, blood coagulation, blood biochemistry, and immunologic tests as well as any other topics related to essential American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) skills assigned to this course.

CIS 118 Information Technology Fundamentals
This course is an overview of the Information Technology field. Topics will include pervasive themes in IT, application domains, history of IT and related disciplines, social and organizational contexts, computer hardware, web design, programming, operating systems, application software, security, and the principles of networks. Hands-on exercises will allow the student to explore the various activities of the profession.

CIS 133 Introduction to Programming
This course is an introductory course and is taught using Python programming language. Topics will include elementary data structures, modules, algorithms, simple recursion, data abstraction, object oriented programming, coding styles, internal documentation, debugging techniques and testing. Emphasis will be placed on solving simple problems in a variety of application domains using programs.  
CIS 220 Information Security
This course covers the principles of computer, network, and data security with an emphasis on defensive strategies to safeguard information.  Topics taught will include protecting the applications and operating systems, limiting exposure to known risks, hardening networks, and use of guidelines to safeguard data.


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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 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
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 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.


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 
  • Blueprint Drawing
  • Electricity/Electronics 
  • Computers 
  • Physics

Prior teaching experience is preferred as well as technical experience. 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

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.

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