Adjunct Central Sterile Processing Instructor
Requires High School diploma/equivalent; current Certification for Sterile Processing and Distribution and/or current Certification as a Certified Surgical Technologist; two years relevant work experience; excellent written and oral communication skills; online teaching experience, community college teaching experience with credit and non-credit classes preferred. Responsible for Sterile Processing classroom and skills lab instruction, as well as coordination of all relevant activities that ensure an educational continuum between both learning environments; participate in lecture and skill lab activities with Sterile Processing and Distribution students and direct skills lab training. Salary: $22.00-$28.00/hour depending on certifications and experience.
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Submit a completed Piedmont Community College (PCC) Application for Employment along with a cover letter, current resume, and unofficial/official transcript(s) which include your name, the school’s name and the degree conferred information. These materials may be submitted to HR@piedmontcc.edu with the Position Title in the subject line by the posted closing date, unless otherwise noted in the job posting.
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Please contact the PCC Office of Human Resources if you have any questions about the recruitment process.
Email: HR@piedmontcc.edu; Phone: (336) 322-2129 or (336) 599-1181.
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.