Counseling Part Time Faculty
The Montgomery College Counseling Departments are accepting applications on a continuous basis for candidates to be considered for semester-to-semester hire as a part-time/adjunct counseling faculty member.
***Montgomery College accepts applications for Adjunct/Part-time Faculty on a continuous basis. Applications may be reviewed periodically based on the student enrollment needs. ***
At Montgomery College, part-time/adjunct faculty are limited in the number of hours they can work and the scheduling of those hours depends on the needs of the department each semester.
• During the academic year part-time faculty may have no more than 11.5 ESH per semester and no more than 23 ESH per academic year.
• During the summer part-time faculty at Montgomery College may have no more than 10 for both sessions combined.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provide counseling and academic advising.
• Teach Student Success (STSU) courses, as needed. Courses include, but are not limited to, First-Year Seminar, Study Habits Development, and Career Development.
• Develop, implement and assess retention strategies and education plans for students who are experiencing academic and completion difficulty.
• Provide service to the College and community through active membership in division, campus, and College committees or work groups, as needed.
• Engage in professional development activities offered by the College and provided through membership within professional organizations.
• Use technology for academic advising, educational planning and as a learning resource.
• Serve as student advocate as appropriate.
• Ability and willingness to work daytime hours (between 8:30am and 5pm), and evenings (5pm to 7pm) and weekends, as needed.
• Assignments will be determined by the Campus Chair of Counseling and could consist of some or all of the above duties.
• Must be eligible to work in the United States without a sponsor.
• Earned Master's degree or higher in counseling or a related field with a significant number of graduate courses that are counseling-related.
• Experience counseling and providing academic advising at the high school/secondary and/or college level.
• Computer literacy including Microsoft Office Suite and student information systems.
Applications may be reviewed periodically based on the student enrollment needs. Please indicate your campus preference(s) in your cover letter.
• Graduate level courses required to be eligible for the National Certified Counseling (NCC) certification: http://www.nbcc.org/NCCReqs
• A minimum of one year experience counseling, academic advising and providing retention support for the needs of at-risk and multicultural populations.
• Experience in a comprehensive community college setting providing counseling, academic advising, and/or teaching.
• Bilingual in one of the most common second languages spoken in Montgomery County (Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, French).
• The application process includes 10 steps.
• Step 10 is a Summary of your information. You can update and edit information up to the closing date for the receipt of applications for a specific job announcement.
• Include dates of employment in your application or attachment.
• Complete a set of pre-screening questions.
• E-sign your application.
As a condition of employment, the following are required at the time of hire:
• Completion of a background check.
• Submission of an official transcript of relevant degree
• Submission of three letters of professional reference
Montgomery College is a tobacco and smoke-free workplace.
For disability related accommodations please call 240-567-5353 or send an email to: email@example.com at least two weeks in advance.
Montgomery College is an academic institution committed to promoting equal opportunity and fostering diversity among its student body, faculty, and staff.