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Academic Outreach Consultant, TRIO/EOC (Alamance & Chatham Counties)

Duties: Develop awareness of the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) program and provide college success opportunities at no-cost to participants in the target areas of Alamance and Chatham counties; execute strategies to increase participant enrollment into post-secondary education; develop community partnerships, facilitate workshops, organize events, provide career assessments, generate reports, and meet recruitment quotas. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree  Read More

Academic Outreach Consultant, TRIO/EOC (Durham County)

Duties: Develop awareness of the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) program and provide college success opportunities at no-cost to participants in the target area of Durham county; execute strategies to increase participant enrollment into post-secondary education; develop community partnerships, facilitate workshops, organize events, provide career assessments, generate reports, and meet recruitment quotas. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required in  Read More

Academic Outreach Consultant, TRIO/EOC (Person, Caswell, & Rockingham Counties)

Duties: Develop awareness of the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) program and provide college success opportunities at no-cost to participants in the target areas of Caswell, Person, and Rockingham counties; execute strategies to increase participant enrollment into post-secondary education; develop community partnerships, facilitate workshops, organize events, provide career assessments, generate reports, and meet recruitment quotas. Qualifications:  Read More

Career Coach, Person County

Duties: Advise high school students, parents, and community about Career Technical Education options in Person County. Assist with recruiting, scheduling, registration, and pathway education. Maintain records for enrollment, tracking, and reporting purposes. Determine industry needs, as well as textbook and supply needs. Work collaboratively with local middle schools to educate students on career path options  Read More

Dean, Technical & Manufacturing

Duties: Responsible for the organization, administration, and supervision of the Technical and Manufacturing department at Piedmont Community College. This includes the oversight and planning of the proposed Advanced Technology Center (ATC). Creates programming schedule for both curriculum and continuing education in all areas related to technical, manufacturing, construction, and trades. Provides supervision and evaluation for hiring,  Read More

Evening Porter

Duties: Monitor the evening custodial staff and inspect custodial work being performed; communicate any custodial daily priorities, supplies, schedule as necessary; cleans, dusts, sweeps, mops and disposes of trash in the campus buildings according to assigned job schedule and needed areas; clean and restock all paper products, soaps, and sanitize daily in all bathrooms; attend  Read More

FYE/MMSI Coordinator

(First Year Experience and Minority Male Success Initiative) Collect and monitor data to meet objectives; plan, manage, recruit and provide instruction as needed; develop and implement policies, procedures and organizational structure of FYE Orientation, Mentoring, First-Year Seminar, Learning Communities, etc.; lead MMSI program development, events, recruitment, vision and goals; outreach, recruit, and coordinate opportunities with at-risk  Read More

Instructor, Adult Basic Skills – Corrections

Duties: Deliver high-quality instruction, assess student learning, maintain grades/attendance, submit required paperwork and records, and recognize and respond to student learning needs. Perform all instructional-related duties and responsibilities in a timely manner and in accordance with the mission, policies, and procedures of the College. Assist with orientation, testing, and program outreach initiatives. Qualifications: Requires Bachelor’s degree in  Read More

Instructor, Associate Degree Nursing Program (Caswell Campus-Evenings & Weekends)

Duties: Teach nursing courses to first and second year nursing students in a new evening/weekend nursing cohort on the Caswell County campus with some instruction on the Person campus; instruct theory, lab, ad clinical courses; set up and monitor lab; supervise clinicals; assist in academic advising and program evaluation. Qualifications: Requires MSN degree; RN license  Read More

Instructor, Certified Logistics Tech/Certified Production Tech – Corrections

Duties: Provide instruction in Certified Logistics and Certified Production curriculum, which may include OSHA-10 and OSHA Forklift training, for incarcerated individuals for post-incarceration employment opportunities. Qualifications: Requires certification through Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) and OSHA or willingness to obtain certifications; three years prior experience in logistics and/or manufacturing environment; minimum of an Associate’s degree  Read More

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THE COLLEGE

Piedmont Community College (PCC) is a multi-campus two-year community college serving Person and Caswell counties, with a consolidated population of approximately 60,000 persons. The College is located 40 miles north of the booming Research Triangle Park and 50 miles northeast of the Piedmont Triad. It is one of 58 colleges in the North Carolina Community College System.

The College has been extensively involved in service to local business and industry and in supporting local economic development initiatives. Over 8,900 people are served annually through the College's programs. PCC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. For more information, please visit our college overview.