Jump Into the Adjunct Pool with Human Resources New Online Application Process

Article by: Melinda Eddleman

From anatomy and physiology to respiratory therapy and vocational nurse education, along with everything in-between, teaching opportunities abound at Del Mar College for educated and experienced professionals interested in becoming an adjunct instructor. The College is looking to expand its applicant pool for future employment opportunities, including the fall 2012 semester, and is accepting applications for review to fill adjunct teaching positions.

The College will host an Adjunct Instructor Fair between 4 and 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 6, in Room 106 of the DMC Center for Economic Development located at 3209 S. Staples (across from Ray High School). Qualified candidates should bring their résumé, curriculum vitae, letter of interest and college transcripts on a flash drive to the job fair. 

The College’s Human Resources Office has also added a new online process to make submitting applications and other documents easier. During the fair, participants will have access to computers in one of the Center labs to complete online application submittals. 

Individuals can also go online at www.delmar.edu/Jobs.aspx and click on “Adjunct Pool” to access the new application system as well as access a complete list of teaching positions, qualification requirements and salary information. 

For more information about the fair, call DMC Human Resources at 361-698-1106 or email employment and training specialist Jennifer Garza at jgarza91@delmar.edu.

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