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Your patience and understanding during this period is greatly appreciated.

Faculty Positions

East Central College has an opening for a full-time Art & Design Instructor to prepare and teach courses in the field of Foundations & Studio Art (Drawing, 2-D Design, and other studio foundation courses as needed by the department) to a diverse student population based on the department’s approved course learning outcomes, utilizing a variety of instructional strategies appropriate to the needs of community college students and the standards of the discipline.

Special consideration will be given to those who can also teach additional courses in the area of printmaking or digital studio art foundations.

Primary responsibilities include teaching at Foundations levels to a mix of majors and non-majors. Course load will include Drawing 1, 2, 3 (with a focus on observational drawing), 2D Design course, Art Appreciation and potentially additional 2D studio courses.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)

  • Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in studio art, Digital Media, or Graphic Design.
  • Community college teaching experience preferred
  • Portfolio submitted with examples of both applicant and student work through WeTransfer.com *

ADDITIONAL SKILLS:

  • Evidence of effective college-level teaching and the ability to create inclusive learning environments for an increasingly diverse student body.
  • Ability to teach drawing at the Foundations level with an emphasis on observation and contemporary approaches.
  • Ability to teach printmaking and/or digital design, including the Adobe CC software, addressing a range of technical and conceptual approaches from historical to contemporary practice.
  • Ability to teach Art Appreciation, lecture course for non-majors.
  • Understanding of what it means to teach in a community college environment that serves often underprepared and underrepresented students.

 ESSENTIAL TASKS: Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.

  • Teach thirty (30) semester credit hours (or the equivalent in lab, studio, clinical, etc. hours) each academic year and maintain 7 office hours per week (as approved) for the purpose of assisting students.
  • Conduct all classes in accordance with an established and current course syllabus, submitted following established guidelines each semester, and approved textbook (and/or related instructional material).
  • Maintain student/attendance/grade/discipline records as required by the College; keep appropriate course/department/program/division records, as required by the College.
  • Assist in conducting program review; plan, develop and implement activities in support of the Higher Learning Commission, or other agency, accreditation guidelines with regard to student academic achievement (assessment) and their success on outcomes (institutional effectiveness).
  • Competency in technology, both instructional/classroom and standard office-type software.
  • Instructor may teach a combination of day and/or evening courses. May include teaching on campus and at offsite location in Rolla.
  • Communicate effectively in a professional, tactful and courteous manner with students, fellow faculty and staff, and the general public.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, techniques, and standards in a safe manner and with minimal supervision.

View full job description, click here.

Benefits: ECC offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee for employee only coverage. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits

Minimum Starting Salary: $36,961 (nine-month contract of approximately 172 working days); will commensurate with education and years of experience.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, click here.


*Tips for using WeTransfer.com

  1. Make sure to use the free version
  2. Click the “I accept” button, the “I agree” to terms of service
  3. Fill in your email address & kimberly.aguilar@eastcentral.edu 
  4. Drag & drop your files into the window
  5. Click “transfer”

You will receive a confirmation email to tell you that the files were sent successfully. You will also receive an email once the files have been downloaded.

Posted 2-23-21

East Central College has an opening for a full-time Biology Instructor at the main campus. Instructor is expected to develop an active learning environment with use of effective instructional technology. Primary course load will be Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology. Secondary assignments may include Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II, General Biology. May be required to teach other biology courses based on department needs.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)

  • Master’s degree in biology or related field with an emphasis in Anatomy and Physiology
  • Community college teaching experience preferred

ESSENTIAL TASKS: Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.

  • Teach thirty (30) semester credit hours (or the equivalent in lab, studio, clinical, etc. hours) each academic year and maintain 7 office hours per week (as approved) for the purpose of assisting students.
  • Conduct all classes in accordance with an established and current course syllabus, submitted following established guidelines each semester, and approved textbook (and/or related instructional material).
  • Maintain student/attendance/grade/discipline records as required by the College; keep appropriate course/department/program/division records, as required by the College.
  • Assist in conducting program review; plan, develop and implement activities in support of the Higher Learning Commission, or other agency, accreditation guidelines with regard to student academic achievement (assessment) and their success on outcomes (institutional effectiveness).
  • Competency in technology, both instructional/classroom and standard office-type software.
  • Instructor may teach a combination of day and/or evening courses. May include teaching on campus and at offsite location in Rolla.
  • Communicate effectively in a professional, tactful and courteous manner with students, fellow faculty and staff, and the general public.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, techniques, and standards in a safe manner and with minimal supervision.

View full job description, click here.

Benefits: ECC offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee for employee only coverage. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits

Minimum Starting Salary: $36,961 (nine-month contract of approximately 172 working days); will commensurate with education and years of experience.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, click here.

Posted 2-11-21

Staff Positions Full-Time

East Central College has an opening for a new librarian position. The Emerging Technologies Librarian is responsible for managing the library’s electronic services and technical aspects of online resource subscriptions, open education resource curation and cataloging.  Responsible for student instruction in use of library resources, maintenance of ILS, and collection development in specific subject areas.  Perform professional-level work requiring a wide range of administrative, communication, managerial and technical approaches.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) 

Completion of Master degree in Library Science or Information Technology from ALA accredited institution; or completion of Bachelor degree (education or library) and two year’s library experience.

Essential Tasks: (Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.)

  • Maintain the library’s web-based integrated library system.
  • Manage online resource subscriptions and access.
  • Curate open educational resources for campus needs; textbooks.
  • Guide faculty in the discovery, creation, dissemination, identification, adoption, and assessment of open and affordable course content; including library licensed content.
  • Educate students in the utilization of library resources; instruct in one on one or group classroom settings about the library’s resources.
  • Catalog library materials; print, audio/visual, streaming, online.
  • Create research guides online and in print.
  • Assist Director in library planning; strategic, events, and activities.
  • Communicate and conduct reference interviews to obtain the patrons needs; in person, e-mail and chat.
  • Provide collection development and faculty liaison services in specific subject areas.
  • Train student workers.
  • Train library and college staff in use of emerging technologies; OER, streaming databases, etc.
  • Troubleshoot problems with technical resources making arrangements for resolution when necessary.
  • Copyright compliance for course reserves and general questions for the campus community.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, techniques, and standards in a safe manner with minimal supervision.

View full job description here.

Benefits: ECC offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits.

Minimum starting salary: $36,000; Salary will commensurate with experience.

This is a 12 month position.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, click here.

Posted 2-4-21

East Central College has an opening for a Vice President, Finance & Administration responsible for providing administrative leadership of the Business Office, Facilities & Grounds, Purchasing, Mail Distribution and Auxiliary Enterprises (Food Service and Bookstore).

Oversee the financial business of the college, including levy and bond finances, investment management, budget development and control, revenue and expenditure projections, and audit.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) 

  • Completion of master’s degree in business, finance, accounting or related field
  • Five years budget management or related administrative experience and supervisory leadership experience

Essential Tasks: (Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.)

  • Advise the President and other administrators regarding the financial operations of the College.
  • Supervise all personnel assigned, recommending selection, retention, promotion and discharge as appropriate.
  • Directly administer the development and implementation of the annual budget, including appropriate analysis of issues affecting revenue and/or expenditures, preparation of long-range budget forecasts, administration of budget process, and recommend budget amendments as necessary through the course of each fiscal year.
  • Review and make recommendations for new and/or revised policies related to college finances and administrative services, including, but not limited to, Section 4.0 of the College Policy Manual, and related procedures.
  • Annually prepare Composite Financial Index (CFI) for the Higher Learning Commission, analyze and evaluate factors impacting the ratio, prepare and present to the President recommendations for increasing the CFI.
  • Provide direct administration and leadership for implementation of Strategic Plan initiatives related to institutional finances.
  • Maintain an internal control system to ensure that financial transactions are based upon established procedures as required by the United States government, the State of Missouri, the college auditors and Board of Trustees’ policies and procedures
  • Oversee the development and preparation of all monthly and annual financial reports for the President of the College and the College Board of Trustees and other reports as required. Present and discuss monthly financial statements at board meetings, to cabinet, and other stakeholders as designated by the President.
  • Coordinate the annual audit, including supplying auditors with all necessary information. Prepare the Management Discussion and Analysis (MDA) component of the audit.
  • Distribute audited financial statements to banks, rating agencies, clearinghouses, governmental entities, and other stakeholders.
  • Lead the development of annual changes to the schedule of tuition and fees; develop and present annual recommendation to the President.
  • Oversee the preparation of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) in accordance with college policy.
  • Oversee college funds including daily monitoring, forecasting, investments of funds, and monitoring of pledged collateral. Administer purchasing and investment policies, and recommend changes as necessary.
  • Review and recommend appropriate insurance coverage (casualty, liability, and other coverages, excluding employee benefits) on behalf of the college.
  • Prepare all fiscal notes/analyses of pending legislation, as requested by the Missouri Department of Higher Education, General Assembly, or other governmental entities.
  • Review, negotiate, and/or monitor execution of contracts for services.
  • Review, negotiate, and/or monitor all leases entered by the college; develop and present recommendations for annual renewal of leases
  • Communicate effectively in a professional, tactful and courteous manner with students, employees, faculty, and the general public.

View full job description here.

Benefits: ECC offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits.

Salary will commensurate with experience.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, click here.

Posted 10-9-20

East Central College seeks a Vice President of Student Development to serve the institution. The ideal candidate will be an innovative, collaborative professional with a passion for student success and the community college mission.

The Vice President of Student Development reports directly to the President of the College and oversees the college’s implementation of policies and projects in the departments of Early College and Admissions, Registration, Financial Aid, Advising and Counseling, Student Activities and Athletics, Campus Security and general student development..

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)

The ideal candidate will hold a Master’s degree in student development/affairs, counseling, psychology or related field; five years related experience; three to five years administrative leadership in higher education, including budget management; demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively, show a commitment to student success; possess excellent communication skills; and have experience in overseeing campus security.

Essential responsibilities include:

  • Plan, organize & administer a broad range of programs and services for recruitment, admissions, registration, advisement, financial aid, counseling, student activities and athletics.
  • Supervise assigned personnel.
  • Serve as institutional compliance coordinator for federal student related laws and regulations, including Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, ADA & FERPA.
  • Responsible for oversight of campus security and college emergency planning and implementation.
  • Promote effective communication with faculty, staff and the community to meet the objectives of student development programs and services.
  • Administer matters pertaining to student appeals regarding academic suspension financial aid, tuition & fees, & disciplinary issues.
  • Lead the college’s Behavioral Intervention Team, addressing individual student’s mental health needs and supporting campus safety.
  • Serve as the college transfer and articulation officer for the MO Dept. of Higher Education.
  • Develop and recommend student development policies and procedures.
  • Prepare, recommend and administer division budgets, approving all expenditures.
  • Conduct college business in a professional and ethical manner that includes the College’s core values of integrity, diversity, learning, service, empowerment and collaboration.

View job description here.

Benefits: ECC offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits.

Minimum starting salary is $90,000 and will commensurate with experience.

Anticipated Start Date: July 1, 2021

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, click here.

Posted 12-15-20

Staff Positions Part-Time

There are currently three open positions, two for College and Career Readiness and one for English Language Acquisition. Please submit your application for consideration. Applications will be held for one year.

East Central College is seeking part-time Adult Education & Literacy (AEL) Instructors. Instructors work with students in the classroom in the areas of most need for the students.

English Language Acquisition Instructor Openings and locations:

Washington: Mercy Clinic South: Mondays and Wednesdays, 8:00am – 11:00am, year round.

College and Career Readiness Instructor Openings and locations:

Sullivan: The Ridge Church: Mondays and Thursdays, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, year-round

Owensville: First Baptist Church, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:00 pm-8:00 pm, year-round

Adult Education and Literacy classes have two focus areas:

English Language Acquisition (ELA)

Learning English as a second language and US Citizenship test preparation.
Instructors teach English skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking as well as US Citizenship.

College and Career Readiness classes (CCR)
Prepare for college or career placement exams, finishing high school education and passing the high school equivalency test
Instructors teach reading, math, language/writing skills, and some social studies and science review.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)
• Completion of a B.S. or B.A. degree.
• Possess current AEL teacher certification or must be able to obtain AEL certification.
• Fingerprint background check required.
• Must have strong math skills and be able to relate to adults (17 years and older). – for College Career Readiness Instructor
• Teaching or tutoring experience preferred.

Minimum starting salary:

Starting salary is $17.00 per hour.

To apply, click here.

Updated 10-8-20

East Central College has an opening for a part-time Adult Education & Literacy Volunteer Coordinator responsible for providing program support to the AEL program through scheduling and training literacy volunteers, assigning and scheduling tutors. The volunteer coordinator also serves as a case manager for literacy students supported with volunteer tutors.

This is a grant funded position.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) 

Completion of Bachelor’s degree in related field or AEL Certification and/or two years adult education related experience.

Essential Tasks: (Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.)

  • Update curriculum in Canvas class sites
  • Support teachers and students on technical and scheduling issues.
  • Assist students from diverse backgrounds and learning levels with patience.
  • Assist students with instructional computer assisted programs and computer access issues.
  • Represent the AEL program as needed to partner institutions, local industry and community organizations.
  • Recruit, train and evaluate volunteers.
  • Coordinate with local literacy councils to recruit, train and coordinate placement of volunteers.
  • Responsible for day-to-day activities and case management of AEL volunteer tutor program.
  • Maintain appropriate records for the program, student progress, volunteer hours and additional as needed.
  • Maintain certification by participating in required annual professional development training for recertification
  • Help students with development of time management, test taking strategies and study skills.
  • Monitor activity in the classroom to help ensure a professional and student focused learning environment.
  • Assist with the assessment process (including scheduling and administering placement tests, scoring, data entry, and reports.)
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, and standards in a safe and efficient manner, with minimal supervision.

View full job description here.

Starting salary is $17.00 per hour.

Visit http://www.eastcentral.edu/ael for more information, class times and locations.

To apply, click here.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 8-13-20

Adjunct Faculty (Part-time Instructors)

Arts & Sciences

English & Humanities

East Central College is seeking part-time Civilization instructors to teach courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Civilization or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach Communication courses at our Rolla campus. Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Communications or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach English courses at the Union campus and/or Rolla location.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in English or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Spanish courses for the Fall 2020 semester at the Rolla Location.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Spanish or a master’s degree with at least 18 GSH in a combination of the qualifying fields: Spanish, Cultural Studies (Spanish language), Intercultural Communications, Linguistics; Community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

Fine & Performing Arts

Fine & Performing Arts

East Central College’s Department of Art is seeking part-time instructors (adjunct) to teach courses in Art History​ at the Union Campus and/or the Rolla location.

Qualifications: Master’s in art history, Master’s in art with a recorded emphasis or concentration in art history OR the equivalent.

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $630 to $670 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 3-13-18; revised 5/2020

East Central College’s Department of Art is seeking part-time instructors (adjunct) for the FALL 2020 semester to teach courses in Art – Printmaking​, relief, intaglio and photo (emulsion) silkscreen at the Union Campus.

Qualifications: Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) or higher in printmaking or a related field

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $630 to $670 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 3-13-18; revised 5/2020

East Central College’s Department of Art is seeking part-time instructors (adjunct) for the FALL 2020 semester to teach courses in Art Studio-Drawing, Two Dimensional Design at the Union Campus.

Qualifications: Master’s of Fine Arts degree or higher in Art, Fine Arts, Studio Art, Art Education or Art History OR a Master’s degree or higher with eighteen (18) graduate hours in Art, Fine Arts, Studio Art, Art Education or Art History from a regionally accredited college or university.

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $600 to $640 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 3-13-18; revised 5/2020

Math & Education

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Math courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Math or related field; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $630 per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

Science & Engineering

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Agriculture courses for the Fall 2020 semester at Union campus.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Agriculture or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $630/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) courses at Union campus.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Anatomy or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time Biology instructors to teach courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Biology or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Chemistry courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Chemistry or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020.

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Geology courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Geology related field required; community college teaching experience preferred. 

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020.

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach Nutrition courses.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in  nutrition or 18 credit hours of Masters leve work in nutrition; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here

Revised 5/2020.

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors (adjunts) to teach Intro to Physics courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Physics or related field; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Survey of Physical Science courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Physical Science or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

Social Science

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Anthropology courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Anthropology or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Economic courses.

Qualifications: A master’s degree in economics or a master’s degree with at least 18 graduate hours in the study of economics in a combination of qualifying fields, i.e. economics, business, econometric, finance, accounting, business administration, education, history, and political science; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Posted 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Geography courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Geography or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach U.S. Government  and History courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in History or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Psychology and Sociology courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Psychology or Sociology or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply, click here.

Revised 5/2020

Career & Technical Education

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach Accounting courses at our Rolla campus. Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Accounting or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Starting salary is $650/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($670/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply,click here.

East Central College is seeking part time (adjunct) instructors for the Culinary Arts Program.  Adjuncts are responsible for providing effective learning experiences in the classroom and kitchen laboratory for students with diverse interests, abilities and expectations. East Central College Culinary Arts is an American Culinary Federation accredited program (ACF).

Anticipated courses taught in lecture and lab range from basic food preparation, baking (basic and advanced), garde manger, table service, and lecture in basic, intermediate and advanced theory.  Must be able to assist in maintaining ACF program accreditation and accreditation standards.

Adjuncts are needed to teach day and/or evening classes at the main campus in Union.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) Associate’s degree with three years of work experience in culinary arts or a Bachelor’s degree preferred and three years of work experience in culinary arts; Certified Chef de Cuisine Certification or higher; an active ServSafe Sanitation certificate required. College level teaching experience preferred.

Pay Rate: Adjuncts are hired on a per semester basis and are eligible to teach a maximum of 18 credit hours per calendar year and up to 9 credit hours per semester.

Rate based on degree per credit hour (PCH): $630 PCH with Associate/Bachelor degree, $650 PCH with Master degree and $670 PCH with Academic Doctoral degree.

The Culinary Arts program offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree and a Certificate of Achievement taught through a block schedule of course sequencing. The curriculum centers on “hands on” learning in our professional culinary kitchen taught by qualified chefs, pastry chefs and instructors.

For more information about the culinary program, go to http://www.eastcentral.edu/business/culinary-arts/

Benefits: Eligible for tuition waiver for ECC Credit Courses.

To apply,click here.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 12/19/16; revised 5/2020

East Central College is seeking part time (adjunct) instructors for Precision Machine.

Adjuncts are responsible for providing effective learning experiences in the classroom and laboratory for students with diverse interests, abilities and expectations.

Anticipated courses taught in lecture and lab range from Machine 1-4. Course offering are determined by curriculum offering and may not all be offered in a single semester.

Adjuncts are needed to teach day and/or evening classes at the main campus in Union.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) Associate degree with five years of work experience in precision machine or a Bachelor’s degree with three years of work experience in precision machine; NIMS Certification (For non-NIMS certified applicants school will sponsor certification); significant experience in defining, developing, and administering all aspects of precision machine technologies; prior teaching experience is preferred.

Pay Rate: Adjuncts are hired on a per semester basis and are eligible to teach a maximum of 18 credit hours per calendar year and up to 9 credit hours per semester.

Rate based on degree per credit hour (PCH): $630 PCH with Associate/Bachelor degree, $650 PCH with Master degree and $670 PCH with Academic Doctoral degree.

The Precision Machining program offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree and a Certificate of Achievement taught in conjunction with the region’s extensive manufacturing industry. The curriculum centers on “hands on” learning in our expanded professional CNC and Machine Tool labs. Students are taught by qualified instructors who’ve had working careers with manufacturing companies.

For more information about the Precision Machine program, go to http://www.eastcentral.edu/business/precision-machining-technology/

Benefits: Eligible for tuition waiver for ECC Credit Courses.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply,click here.

Posted 12/12/16; revised 5/2020

Take your career to the next level as a part-time Welding Instructor for East Central College and you’ll be a driving force behind our career and technical-focused degree programs. No matter your subject matter expertise, we’ll count on the real-world experience you bring to the classroom.

Within your area of expertise, we’ll count on you to teach structural fabrication, repair and maintenance, MIG, TIG, ARC, OXY/ACE welding to students in a classroom and lab setting.

Minimum Qualifications: (Comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications)

  • Associate’s degree and five years’ work experience in welding processes and techniques. AWS or other industry certification preferred but not required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Candidates with five years’ work experience in welding processes and techniques, AWS or other industry certification preferred, but not required AND who are willing to complete their AAS degree through East Central College in two-years.

To apply,click here.

Posted 5/15/19; revised 5/2020

Health Science

Take your career to the next level as an Adjunct Instructor for East Central College. Working from our main campus in Union, Missouri, at our facilities in Rolla, and/or online, you’ll be a driving force behind our career and technical-focused degree programs. No matter your subject matter expertise, we’ll count on the real-world experience you bring to the classroom.

Within your area of expertise, we’ll count on you to teach Medical Assisting, both classroom and clinical components.

Qualifications: Medical Assistant Certificate plus five year’s work experience as a Medical Assistant preferred; completion of AAS degree preferred; CMA/RMA not required but willing to sit for exam once hired. Previous teaching experience preferred. (Comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications). 

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $630 to $670 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 2/13/18; revised 5/2020

East Central College has openings for part-time nursing adjunct instructors to teach the clinical components of the curriculum for the areas of pediatrics and medical surgical nursing. Adjuncts are needed to teach day and/or evening classes at the main campus in Union, MO.

ECC offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing. A LPN to RN Bridge program is also available for LPNs interested in becoming registered nurses.  The nursing program has state-of-the-art clinical labs which utilize technology and high-fidelity human patient simulators.

To learn more about the nursing program, go to www.eastcentral.edu/nursing/nursing/.

Minimum Qualifications: a bachelor’s degree in nursing, plus two years’ experience as a Registered Nurse in the related field of nursing and an undisciplined Missouri RN license is required; a master’s degree in nursing is preferred.

Minimum starting rate: Adjuncts are hired on a per semester basis and are eligible to teach a maximum of 18 credit hours per calendar year and up to 9 credit hours per semester.

Rate based on degree per credit hour (PCH): $630 PCH with Associate/Bachelor degree, $650 PCH with Master degree and $670 PCH with Academic Doctoral degree.

To apply, click here.

Eligible for tuition waiver for ECC Credit Courses.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted  4-19-18; revised 5/2020

Center for Workforce Development

East Central College is looking for trainers for Community Education and Workforce classes. These classes provide children and adults with opportunities for personal and professional enrichment. We take pride in offering classes that provide a great experience for members of our community all throughout the year.

We are looking for instructors/trainers for the following Workforce classes:

  • Welding
  • Industrial Maintenance
  • Precision Machining
  • Computers for Beginners
  • Microsoft Basics
  • Excel Trainers (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced)
  • Customer Service
  • Human Resources
  • Project Management
  • EPA 608 Instructors
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Industrial Safety
  • Fork Lift training
  • Diversity & Gender Communications
  • Working Across Generations

We are looking for instructors/trainers for the following Community Education classes:

  • Arts (drawing, painting, pottery)
  • Crafting (holiday craft, how to, candle making)
  • Exercise classes (yoga, Barre, Pilates, boot camps)
  • QuickBooks
  • Adobe Suite
  • Web Design
  • Grant Writing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Outdoor Activities/hobbies (outdoor survival, gardening, bee keeping)
  • Computers for Seniors
  • Retirement
  • Dance
  • Fashion
  • Spanish
  • Photography

For more information about Community Education, visit, https://www.eastcentral.edu/cwd/community-education/

For more information about Workforce Training, visit https://www.eastcentral.edu/cwd/

To Apply, Click Here.

Posted 2-25-20

Student Workers

East Central College students have the opportunity to participate in the College’s work study program.  Students must be currently enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, submit a FAFSA form and qualify for financial need. Financial Aid will determine eligibility and inform the student if they qualify for the work study program.

Students can earn $10.30 – $10.80 an hour working on campus or off campus.  The hours are flexible based on the students’ schedule and not to exceed 19.75 hours per week.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Posted 1-27-2020

General Information

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PSRS/PEERS Conversion of Credit Hours

E-Verify

U.S. law requires companies to employ only individuals who may legally work in the United States – either U.S. citizens, or foreign citizens who have the necessary authorization. This diverse workforce contributes greatly to the vibrancy and strength of our economy, but that same strength also attracts unauthorized employment. All applicants must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the US and documentation of degrees if transcripts are not used

This employer participates in E-Verify, an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

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