Southwestern Community College is currently accepting applications for the following positions. You can find application information on the How to Apply page. Check back for future job listings and career opportunities at SWCC. 

Published February 17, 2021

This is a 167 day (9-month) instructional contract for an individual to teach courses for SWCC’s music program beginning August 2021. Teaching responsibilities include Music Theory, Instrumental and/or Vocal Jazz Ensembles, Vocal and/or Instrumental Arranging, and Recording Studio Production. The ability to compose and arrange for a variety of ensembles; demonstrate competence with live sound and recording studio technology; and play jazz/pop piano, as well as either jazz/pop guitar, drum set, or bass is preferred. Individual will also participate in tours, program recruitment, jazz festival planning, recital performances, student advising and administrative duties as assigned.

Published February 2, 2021

Qualifications include a master's degree in psychology or a related field with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in psychology required. Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching in a community college setting as well as online teaching experience.

Published February 2, 2021

Individual should possess a working knowledge of electrical, electronics, hydraulics, pneumatics, PLC’s and electromechanical equipment within a manufacturing setting; experience in an automated manufacturing setting preferred. The teaching assignment will involve training students through classroom instruction, hands-on demonstration and lab experiences.

Published February 2, 2021

Actively seeking a qualified candidate to be responsible for the criminal justice AAS program. Individual will teach courses such as: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminal Law, Overview of Cybercrime, Criminal Investigation, Drug Use and Abuse, Introduction to Corrections, Criminology, Juvenile Delinquency and others as needed.

Published January 14, 2021

Reporting directly to the college president, individual is responsible for the recruitment, training, performance management and regulatory compliance of the human resource office. Serves as the college’s equity officer and has primary responsibility for coordinating the college’s efforts to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX. Individual also oversees the Quality Faculty Plan and maintains records of faculty progression with the plan. Serves as the privacy officer for HIPPA compliance. The director works closely with college administration on day to day operations and is responsible for developing HR-related policies and procedures for the college.

Published October 5, 2015

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