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Clark State to host Employment Fair in Springfield


Clark State Community College will host an Adjunct Faculty Employment Fair from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 in the LRC Building, Room 207/209, 570 E. Leffel Lane.

Clark State is seeking qualified, diverse, progressive instructors to teach classes in a variety of academic areas and formats beginning for the Spring Semester that starts Jan. 9, 2017.

Qualified applicants will have the opportunity to meet with administrators and full-time program faculty. Minimum requirements include a Master’s degree in the subject discipline or a minimum of 18 semester credit hours of graduate coursework in the subject area. Teaching experience preferred.

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In a few select areas, less than a Master’s degree may be considered if the applicant has sufficient work experience and/or industry credentials.

Interested applicants are asked to bring resumes, transcripts and applicable certifications/ licensures, if feasible. Teaching opportunities may be during the day, evening or weekend at one of Clark State’s campuses or online in the below areas.

For more information about employment at Clark State Community College, contact the Human Resources Office at 937-328-6090.

Clark State Community College has three primary locations: the Clark County campus in Springfield, the Greene County campus at the Greene Center in Beavercreek and the Logan County campus at the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center in Bellefontaine.


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