How to Apply for Employment (Read all instructions)

The College accepts online employment applications for all full-time and part-time job openings by clicking the "Search Jobs Now" icon below, then selecting the job title.

The Employment Application process does require applicants to submit three items by the posting deadline in order for an application to be considered complete and to be forwarded to the Search Committee for review:

1) Letter of application (Cover Letter) that...

The letter of application is used to ensure that applicants are proficient in the English language. Faculty candidates who teach courses in languages other than English will be asked to provide a written sample in that language.

2) Official or unofficial transcripts (from organizations which are recognized by the Council of Higher Education Accreditation), showing college courses you have completed and degrees you have earned (may be submitted electronically).  Applicants who attended educational institutions outside the United States must have their transcripts evaluated by World Education Services (WES) to determine qualifications prior to being given consideration for a vacant position. 

 3)complete online Employment Application.

Upon the request of the College, the applicant may be asked to provide additional detailed information which does not appear on the application.  Applicants will be contacted if they are selected for an interview by the search committee. The interview process serves several purposes, one of which is to ensure that candidates are proficient in oral communication. Accreditation criteria require that faculty must be proficient in oral communication in the language in which courses will be taught.

College policy requires a criminal background check to be completed on candidates recommended for hiring in full-time positions and some part-time positions.   Federal law requires employers to verify the identity and eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.

Verification of Identity and Employment Eligibility - English
Verificación de la elegibilidad de la identidad y del empleo - español 

If you have questions about the application process, please call the Human Resources Office at 336.224.4540 or you may send an e-mail to hr@davidsonccc.edu

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Employment Opportunities and Hiring Process

Selection process
Full-Time Employment: All completed applications are referred to the appropriate search committee. The committee screens applications meeting minimum qualifications, selects candidates for interview, and recommends a candidate for the position. A proposed offer is made to the candidate, pending final interview and approval by the College President. The Human Resources Office will notify all applicants when a position has been filled.

Part-Time Employment: All completed applications are referred to the appropriate division. The division administrator screens applications for minimum qualifications, selects candidates for interview, and recommends a candidate for the position. A proposed offer is made to the candidate.

Full-time and Part-time Job Openings are available for online submission only of the Employment Application. This application process requires an account to be set up using an email address. Please note that during the process of completing the online application, you may save your work and return later to complete and submit it.  Applicants may return to the Job Application Management site to enter updates when applying for more than one job opening.

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If you are interested in part-time employment, but do not see a specific position that is currently open, feel free to complete and submit the appropriate Interest Form below.  Your information will be forwarded to the area(s) of the College that is most appropriate for future reference.

Part-Time Instructor Interest Form
Part-Time Staff Interest Form

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Equal Opportunity Statement

Davidson County Community College is committed to equality of opportunity through a working and learning environment that values diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability or national origin consistent with provisions of applicable state and federal laws, including but not limited to the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

For additional information on the Equal Opportunity Statement, contact the Director, Human Resource Services at 336.224.4662 or the President's Office at 336.249.8186, extension 6703, at Davidson County Community College, both located on the Davidson campus in Lexington, NC.