Teaching Positions

Every year Community College of Vermont employs nearly 800 part-time faculty to teach its courses at 12 locations statewide and online, and we are always looking for enthusiastic, knowledgeable teachers. All faculty work part-time with a maximum of three courses each semester. The current faculty stipend at CCV is $3,390 for a 3-credit course.

 Apply to Teach at CCV

  • Complete a CCV Faculty Employment Application form.
  • Send your completed CCV application and resume, along with a cover letter, to the academic center where you wish to teach.

The resume will be reviewed, and if there is a need for faculty in your field, you may be contacted for an interview.

Current Openings

You can use this link to find course descriptions and objectives.

Brattleboro
There are currently no openings in Brattleboro.

Bennington
Currently accepting resumes from applicants interested in teaching:

Spring 2015 – Pharmacology
Intercultural Communication

Master’s degree required.
Send cover letter and resume to:
Jeannie Jenkins
Coordinator of Academic Services
324 Main Street
Bennington, VT 05201
jeannie.jenkins@ccv.edu

Center for Online Learning
Currently accepting resumes from applicants interested in teaching:

Fall 2015 Courses
Computer Information Systems – Python Programming (CIS-2110)

Master’s degree required. Online teaching experience preferred.
Send CV, cover letter and faculty application to:
Jeremy Vaughn
jeremy.vaughn@ccv.edu

In anticipation of future growth, we’re also accepting applications for the following classes:

Human Anatomy & Physiology I
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Introduction to Biology
Introductory Biology: Ecology & Evolution
Introductory Biology: Cell & Genetic Basis of Life
Introduction to Nutrition
Human Biology

Master’s degree required. Online teaching experience preferred.
Send CV, cover letter and faculty application to:
Aimee Stephenson
Aimee.Stephenson@ccv.edu

Please note that all online faculty are required to complete CCV’s Introduction to Online Teaching course.

Middlebury:
Currently accepting resumes from applicants interested in teaching:

Spring 2015

Wellness for Life
Microcomputer Applications

Graduate degree in an appropriate field required.
Please email your faculty application, cover letter, and resume to:
Jennifer Stefani
jennifer.stefani@ccv.edu

Montpelier
Currently accepting resumes from applicants interested in teaching:

Spring 2015
Applied Math Concepts

Summer 2015
Anatomy & Physiology I

Master’s degree required. Please send application, cover letter, and resume to:
Jeneve Girard-diCarlo
Coordinator of Academic Services
660 Elm Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
Jeneve.Girard-diCarlo@ccv.edu

Morrisville
There are currently no openings in Morrisville.

Newport
There are currently no openings in Newport.

Rutland
There are currently no openings in Rutland.

Springfield
There are currently no openings in Springfield.

St. Albans
There are currently no openings in St. Albans.

St. Johnsbury
There are currently no openings in St. Johnsbury.

Upper Valley
There are currently no openings in the Upper Valley.

Winooski

While CCV-Winooski does not currently have specific teaching opportunities available for Spring 2015, we are seeking faculty qualified to teach the following courses in anticipation of a growing need in this area of the curriculum.

Human Anatomy & Physiology I
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Introduction to Biology
Introductory Biology: Ecology & Evolution
Introductory Biology: Cell & Genetic Basis of Life
Elements of Microbiology
Pharmacology
Physics
Clinical Medical Assisting Internship
Chemistry

Prior professional and college-level teaching experience desired.
Graduate degree required in appropriate academic area.

Send cover letter and resume to:
Christina Eaton
Community College of Vermont
1 Abenaki Way
Winooski, VT 05404
christina.eaton@ccv.edu

You must have a master’s degree or the equivalent in education and experience. If you do not have a master’s degree, it is very helpful if you describe in your cover letter how your experience and education constitute the equivalent.

Prior teaching experience is desirable but not always necessary. CCV is very committed to selecting faculty whose professional lives allow them to bring “real world” experience into the classroom. Enthusiasm for teaching and learning, respect for students, and a command of the subject matter are among the most important qualities.

CCV expects faculty to fulfill administrative and academic responsibilities such as selection of a textbook, developing a course description outlining methods of instruction and evaluation, participating in instructor trainings, recording attendance and submission of grades in a timely manner.

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