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Careers at Central Penn

Employment Opportunities for Faculty and Staff

Central Penn College is looking for supportive, responsive and professional applicants for the following faculty and staff positions.

To submit your application, please follow the instructions on the posting itself.

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Full-Time Staff: Admissions Counselor, Summerdale

Do you enjoy speaking with a variety of people?  Are you able to paint a picture with words alone?  Do your friends describe you as persistent, yet friendly?  Can you juggle multiple tasks and remain organized? If so, then Central Penn College is looking for you to join our Admissions team as a full time Counselor.

An Admissions Counselor is responsible for contributing to Central Penn College’s approach of providing an education that eliminates boundaries, opens new horizons, and turns potential into career success.

Duties include:

  • Knowledge of Central Penn College programs, features, locations – with the ability to clearly communicate information in a professional and consistent manner
  • Respond to inquiries from prospective students within 24 hours
  • Interact with and assist potential students through the enrollment process, including responding by phone and email to student inquiries, scheduling and conducting admissions interviews, and communicating with the enrolled student prior to the term start as well as throughout the first term
  • Maintain appropriate documentation regarding student contact in admissions software programs
  • Attend on-campus and off campus events, including networking and open house enrollment events
  • Interact with the College’s personnel, (i.e., faculty, Deans, support staff, administrative staff) as required
  • Evening hours and a Saturday rotation required

Ideal candidate will possess:

  • Background in sales or recruitment
  • Ability to multi-task and maintain organized electronic and paper files  
  • Ability to think, plan and execute strategically
  • Demonstrated strong customer service orientation

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in public relations, communications, business or related field preferred
  • Excellent communications/interpersonal/presentation skills
  • Strong computer skills
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects in a fast paced environment
  • Willingness to work evening hours and travel on occasion
  • Valid driver’s license

Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter, including salary requirements to HumanResources@centralpenn.edu.

Please be sure to include in the Subject line:  Admissions Counselor and your name.  Failure to follow instructions could prevent your resume from reaching us.

Full-Time Staff: Career Services Associate, Lancaster

Central Penn College is seeking a Career Services Associate to work in our Lancaster location. The position provides continuing career guidance and support services to students and Central Penn alumni, helping them to present themselves and their Central Penn credentials to the labor market in a positive and effective manner.  This position primarily supports adult, Continuing Education students, as well as students enrolled in our fully online educational programs.  As a result, the position requires late afternoon and some evening hours.

The Career Services Associate will also be responsible for developing relationships with employers.  Thus, some travel will be required. 

Required qualifications:

  • General and business knowledge equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree with 3-4 years of related experience in employment counseling.  
  • Excellent/advanced communication and interpersonal skills to effectively work with students, alumni, employers and other College staff.  
  • Experience in coaching or teaching in a classroom setting is helpful.  
  • Advanced analytical and problem solving skills and strong organization and time management skills.  
  • Experience using Microsoft applications is also required.  
  • Must be a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision. 

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter including salary expectations via email to humanresources@centralpenn.edu. Please include Career Services and your name in the subject line.

Full-Time Staff: Counselor, Summerdale

Central Penn College is in search of a mental health counselor to provide counseling services, workshops and programming to its students.

Under the supervision of the Dean of Students, this position will provide support to students through counseling, case management, programming and crisis intervention.  The Counselor helps Central Penn achieve its mission by supporting students in their goal of attaining a degree.     

Responsibilities include:

  • Provides counseling support services to the students while working broadly with members of the college community.
  • Provides intake assessments, individual and group counseling and crisis intervention.
  • Works collaboratively within the Student Services department and others at the College to foster a holistic model of wellness.
  • Represents the Counseling department on College committees, projects and initiatives.
  • Provides leadership in the coordination of case management and crisis intervention.
  • Provides consultation and makes recommendations to the Dean of Students, Public Safety, Student Alert Team and other College committees and employees as appropriate on mental health and substance abuse issues.
  • Assists in the development of effective policies, protocols, processes and structures to ensure the health, safety and welfare of students.
  • Develops relationships with community agencies and off campus practitioners to create an off-campus referral network.
  • Assists with training of staff and faculty members along with the development of peer education programs.
  • Establishes crisis communications and provides crisis emergency evaluations and interventions.
  • Develops and maintains a manual and web resources documenting policies and procedures for counseling students.
  • Analyzes counseling needs and field related trends.
  • Makes recommendations to improve the counseling services for students.   

Ideal candidates will possess:

  • Master’s degree in counseling, social work, or related field with 2-5 years of related experience in mental health counseling.
  • Demonstrated skills in individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, consultation, assessment, consultation, and outreach.
  • Detailed knowledge of developmental issues and problems typically encountered by college students.
  • Demonstrated skills in supervision and training when applicable.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to establish and maintain effective collaborative relationships with other departments on campus.
  • Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to the College's mission and vision.
  • Strong crisis management skills.
  • This position requires a flexible work schedule to include day, evening, and weekend hours depending on the nature of the situation at hand.   

Applicants should email a resume and cover letter including salary expectations to humanresources@centralpenn.edu.   Please be sure to include in the Subject line:  Counselor and your name.  

Full-Time Staff: LMS Administrator, Summerdale

Central Penn College is in search of Learning Management System (LMS) Administrator, specifically for our Blackboard Learn and Blackboard Community platforms.

Under the supervision of the Assistant Provost, this position will collaborate with faculty and staff in the support of online courses and supplemental materials that serve to engage students. This position manages backend and training aspects relating to the LMS and helps faculty integrate features in a pedagogical manner.  

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide advanced support for LMS users.
  • Consult with instructors, designers and other users to determine appropriate and effective solutions using the LMS and integrated applications.
  • Conduct workshops and training sessions and new user orientation for the LMS and integrated applications. Create instructional materials.
  • Continually evaluate the benefits and risks to upgrade to new versions or add new functionality.
  • Plan and lead projects to release new tools, features and versions.
  • Collaboratively work with IT to manage the software environment, including testing and implementing new releases, add-ons or integrated services; coordinating and resolving technical issues with vendor support.
  • Create and maintain documentation of internal policies and procedures relating to the LMS; create self-help resources, web content, etc.
  • Gain an understanding of college curricular priorities such as student learning outcomes assessment, accessibility, and inclusive excellence, and assure they are addressed through LMS offerings.
  • Assist with the maintenance of online courses.
  • Explore new technologies for potential application to instructional requirements.

Ideal candidates will possess:

  • Bachelor’s degree in instructional design, computer science or related field is required; Master’s preferred.
  • Minimum of two years of experience in LMS administration, with proficiency in Blackboard products preferred.
  • Excellent computer skills in a Windows platform and experience using multiple browsers.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and manage projects including strong ability to communicate and work effectively with faculty and staff
  • Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Online teaching experience using Blackboard is preferred.
  • Ability to commute to the Lancaster center on a regular basis.

Applicants should email a resume and cover letter including salary expectations to humanresources@centralpenn.edu.   

Please be sure to include in the Subject line: LMS Administrator and your name. 

Full-Time Staff: Nursing Program Director, Summerdale

The Nursing Program Director will facilitate the development, implementation and assessment of the College’s new BSN program.  This includes responsibility for promotion of and daily operations of the baccalaureate pre-licensure nursing program in accordance with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, State Board of Nursing regulations and the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education standards. The position will also provide academic and administrative leadership for the RN to BSN program.   

The Director is responsible for:

  • Curriculum development working collaboratively with members of the larger College community and regulatory and accrediting agencies, to determine course offerings.
  • Ensuring courses meet progression and are in sequence in order for students to fulfill BSN requirements and financial aid requirements.
  • Oversight of curriculum and ongoing evaluation of students, faculty, and overall program. 
  • Coordinating admission process and determining student candidacy and admission to the program.
  • Interviewing RN to BSN applicants for admission into the program.
  • Recruiting and retaining qualified faculty for the program. 
  • Establishing partnerships with clinical agencies for student internships. Conduct periodic clinical site visits, ensuring adherence to program standards and student health and safety at clinical sites.
  • Responsible for compiling and submitting external program accreditation reports as required.
  • Developing and teaching one or more courses per term as required.  
  • Supervising full and part time program faculty including evaluation and holding them accountable for teaching excellence.
  • Representing the department through participation in the activities of professional and civic organizations.

Qualifications: 

  • Earned Doctorate in Nursing from an accredited program.
  • Minimum of 5 years teaching experience in baccalaureate nursing education.
  • Must possess an active, unencumbered RN license to practice nursing in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  • Knowledge of various accreditation standards for nursing programs.
  • Experience in undergraduate curricular development, implementation and evaluation.
  • Experience in administrative leadership gained through previous similar position(s), such as program coordinator, faculty chair or related administrative role within higher education.
  • Knowledge of current educational requirements, trends and issues in undergraduate education, including simulation.
  • Excellent analytical, interpersonal, oral and written communications skills and working knowledge of Microsoft applications.

Qualified applicants should email a resume and cover letter, including salary expectations to humanresources@centralpenn.edu  Please include Nursing Program Director and your name in the subject line.

Full-Time Staff: Vice President of Academics, Summerdale

Central Penn College invites applications for the position of Vice President of Academics.  The Vice President of Academics is a senior level executive position reporting directly to the President. 

The Vice President of Academics position serves as the Chief Academic Officer for the College, providing strategic and operational leadership as well as oversight for all academic affairs functions supporting academic programs, services and student success initiatives.  These functions include all academic programs of study, continuing education operations, academic/student support services, and instructional technology.  The Vice President of Academics assures a strong academic team through effective leadership, mentoring, advocating professional development and fostering an environment of accountability.  The Vice President of Academics is the face of the College in efforts related to institutional accreditation and accreditation/program reviews of specific academic programs.

The Vice President of Academics collaborates with the leadership team, partnering in particular with Enrollment Management, in support of the College’s student success initiatives and retention strategies and plans.

The successful candidate will have strong, proven leadership skills and a proven track record of mentoring and inspiring staff to perform with professionalism, an action-oriented mindset and sense of urgency, and a focus on objectives-based performance.  Experienced Regional Deans and Vice Presidents from for-profit and non-profit education settings are welcome to apply.

  • Qualifications:  Earned Doctorate in Higher Education Leadership, Higher Education Administration, Adult Learning or related field.  
  • Five years of progressively responsible leadership in Academic Affairs in higher education with experience managing professionals across a broad array of academic programs and student services.  
  • Well-developed teaching and presentation skills. 
  • Demonstrated commitment to continuous and synergistic improvement of instruction, instructional support and faculty development.  
  • Demonstrated ability to develop measurable outcomes and assessment strategies to formulate data-driven decisions. 
  • Knowledge of public sector/higher education federal and state regulations and compliance. 
  • Demonstrated experience in planning and monitoring budgets. 
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.  
  • A deep personal commitment to post-secondary education for traditional and continuing education students.  
  • In-depth knowledge of regional accreditation standards and experience with program development, institutional self-evaluation, and accreditation reports.

Central Penn College is a career-oriented, baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate, residential college in the suburbs of Harrisburg with an offsite location in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  Central Penn College offers associate, bachelor and master degree programs for both traditional and continuing education students.

Qualified applicants apply by submitting a cover letter outlining experience and success in areas listed above, salary expectations, and a current resume to humanresources@centralpenn.edu .  Please include VP, Academics and your name in the subject line.  

Part-Time Staff: Assistant Women's Soccer Coach

Central Penn College, a regionally accredited four year degree granting institution with numerous career-oriented programs is seeking candidates for an Assistant Women’s Soccer Coaching position for an anticipated start date in July 2015. Central Penn College is a member of the USCAA and competes on a national level for small colleges.

Qualified candidates must have previous college soccer playing experience along with strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills are required. Previous college or high school coaching experience preferred. Experience recruiting student athletes is a plus, but not required.

Applicants should send a cover letter along with resume to humanresources@centralpenn.edu. Please be sure to include in the Subject line: PT Assistant Women’s Soccer and your name.   Failure to follow instructions may prevent your resume from reaching us.

Part-Time Staff: Public Safety Officer

Central Penn College is in search of a Part-Time Weekend Public Safety Officers to provide overall safety services to the College and its constituents. Work schedule is Saturday & Sunday 11 am – 11 pm or 11 pm – 11 am for 24 hours per week. 

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Patrol of designated areas of the College by foot checking for safety hazards, unlocked doors, assisting students, faculty, staff and visitors. 
  • Checking for suspicious and/or illegal behavior, enforcing parking violations, providing assistance during emergencies and special events support for special events and emergencies, providing emergency first aid or CPR
  • Providing escort services for business office and other personnel.
  • Assistance during fire and other emergency drills, and evaluation of drills.
  • Assistance in evacuations during fire or other threats to the campus community.
  • Provide logistical support during emergencies and critical incidents, including setting up and removing traffic control equipment: barricades, flares, cones, etc.
  • Provide building security as needed during major incidents on campus.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field, or equivalent experience.
  • Three (3) years of experience in public safety, security or related field.
  • Student-centered customer service skills.
  • Ability to interact well and maintain strong, professional relationships with students, faculty, staff, the community and local law enforcement agencies.
  • Ability to maintain a positive, professional attitude even under trying circumstances.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal including the ability to interact with a diverse population. 
  • Ability to assimilate and understand information in a manner consistent with the essential job functions and translate information accurately and effectively to others.
  • Ability to follow verbal and written directions.
  • Ability to use sound judgment and independence in determining priorities and handling situations.
  • Knowledge of and/or ability to learn and apply a variety of College and departmental policies.
  • Ability to keep sensitive information strictly confidential at all times.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Computer skills in basic applications (e.g., Word, Excel, WordPerfect).
  • Ability to pass and maintain certification in First Aid/CPR training.
  • Desire to learn, accept and promote the College’s Brand Promise.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter with salary requirements and shift preference to HumanResources@centralpenn.edu.

Please be sure to include in the Subject line:  PT Public Safety Officer and your name. Failure to follow instructions may prevent your resume from reaching us.   EOE

Full-Time Faculty: Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education, Nursing

The Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education (ACCE) supports continuing development of the Nursing Program, teaches assigned courses, and ensures the delivery of the highest quality post-secondary education to the Central Penn Nursing students. The ACCE arranges for, and oversees, the completion of the clinical internship experiences, supervises practicum experiences, and evaluates each clinical site to ensure that it is providing the proper educational experiences for the students.

Under the direction of the Program Director, the ACCE will facilitate a residential BSN program and an RN to BSN Program. Candidate will be responsible for the establishment and continued development of the clinical sites, including maintaining affiliation agreements, clinical site requirements and all associated documentation. The ACCE will implement strategies to promote the recruitment, advising and retention of students, course scheduling and oversight of clinical placements, while achieving College and departmental goals and outcomes.

The three key areas of responsibility include: oversight of the clinical practicum and internship program quality and maintaining compliance with accreditation standards and Pennsylvania State Nursing Regulations; providing guidance to full-time and part-time faculty teaching within the program; and ensuring participation in College initiatives and compliance with College policies and practices. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Curriculum development, working collaboratively with members of the larger College community and regulatory and accrediting agencies to determine course offerings, complying with requirements for curriculum, faculty and students.
  • Ensuring clinical experiences meet accreditation standards and are in sequence for students to fulfill BSN requirements.
  • Teach/manage assigned courses.
  • Oversee internships and capstones with visits to sites as needed.
  • Actively participate in continuing education seminars and programs and maintain a current, active, unencumbered Commonwealth of Pennsylvania RN license.
  • Active participation in the Central Penn College Faculty Senate with membership on at least one standing Faculty Senate Committee.
  • Attend at minimum one technology training per year to stay up-to-date with technology usage in the classroom. 
  • Provide academic guidance and advising to students regarding careers.
  • Participate in admissions and marketing activities relative to the program. 
  • Ensure students are securing internships and employment in the field through utilization of networking opportunities, advisory board and community outreach.
  • Represent the Department through participation in the activities of professional and civic organizations and foster relationships that open doors for internships and employment. 
  • Appropriately role model and enforce the BIG EIGHT policies and philosophies of Central Penn College.

Essential Qualifications and Competencies:

  • Master’s Degree in nursing from a regionally accredited institution is required; willingness to complete a doctorate degree in five years 
  • Five years of clinical experience in nursing with a current unencumbered Commonwealth of Pennsylvania RN license 
  • Two years teaching experience academic or clinical education, preferably in a postsecondary nursing program
  • Experience with maintenance of academic programs in accordance with curriculum standards
  • Knowledge of PA Board of Nursing accreditation standards
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Progressive thinker and education leader
  • Ability to employ technology in the classroom including online teaching and working in learning platforms
  • Sound analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Commitment to career-oriented post-secondary education for traditional and continuing education students
  • Knowledge of the post-secondary education industry
  • Expertise in assigned program/course areas

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, including salary requirements, and curriculum vitae to humanresources@centralpenn.edu

Please be sure to include in the Subject line: ACCE Nursing and your name.

Full-Time Faculty: Nursing – Summerdale

A full-time Nursing Faculty member assists the Nursing Program Director/Chair and Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education (ACCE) with the development of the Nursing program, teaches assigned courses to traditional daytime students and continuing education students in both on-ground and online formats, ensuring delivery of the highest quality post-secondary education and services to Central Penn Nursing students. The faculty member may also serve as a laboratory assistant for courses within the Nursing core courses. Full-time Nursing Faculty will teach both didactic and clinical portions of assigned courses and will supervise any additional Clinical Instructors/Faculty Assistants required to maintain the clinical student to faculty ratio of not more than 10 students to one faculty, while achieving College and departmental goals and outcomes.

The three key areas of responsibility include: oversight of the didactic and clinical education for assigned courses; maintaining compliance with accreditation standards and Pennsylvania State Nursing Regulations; and ensuring participation in College initiatives and compliance with College policies and practices. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Teach/manage assigned courses
  • Provide timely and complete student evaluations
  • Maintain clinical expertise in area of clinical instruction through continuing education, maintaining an unencumbered license  in the state of Pennsylvania, and maintaining or obtaining specialty certification in area of expertise
  • Work with the regulatory and accreditation organizations to ensure that academic programs and the staff who provide education services meet and exceed the requirements for the type of program they support
  • Actively communicate to fellow faculty, staff and students the need for the highest level of ethical behavior in all program activities
  • Actively participate in the Central Penn College Faculty Senate with membership on at least one standing Faculty Senate Committee
  • Participate in the rolling curriculum review process
  • See that ongoing outcomes assessment measures are conducted on assigned review courses
  • Attend at minimum one technology training per year to stay up-to-date with technology usage in the classroom. 
  • Provide academic guidance and advising to students regarding careers.
  • Participate in admissions and marketing activities relative to the program. 
  • Represent the Department through participation in the activities of professional and civic organizations and foster relationships that open doors for internships and employment.
  • Appropriately role model end enforce the BIG EIGHT policies and philosophies of Central Penn College

Essential Qualifications and Competencies:

  • Graduate of an accredited MSN program
  • Minimum of five years of clinical experience in medical-surgical, pediatric, OB/GYN, mental health, ICU or emergency care
  • Specialty Certification preferred
  • Two years of progressive teaching experience in an educational environment
  • Possess an unencumbered Registered Nurse License in the State of Pennsylvania
  • Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively with the College’s academic program leaders and to represent the College to the public, and community and accreditation agency representatives
  • A progressive thinker and education leader; forward thinking, aware of evolving education needs, programming trends and teaching methods
  • Ability to employ technology in the classroom including online teaching and learning platforms, and the ability to effectively use technology in the everyday work environment with sound analytical and problem solving skills 
  • Well-developed teaching skills: subject matter depth and application of current teaching techniques with strong organizational and planning skills
  • Continuing education toward an appropriate terminal degree and/or relevant continuing professional education, as well as participation in accreditation training and activities.
  • A deep personal commitment to career-oriented post-secondary education for traditional and continuing education students.
  • In-depth knowledge of the post-secondary education industry generally, and subject matter/industry expert in assigned program/course areas.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, including salary requirements, and resume to humanresources@centralpenn.edu

Please be sure to include in the Subject line: Nursing Faculty and your name.

Part-Time Faculty: Clinical Instructor – Nursing - Summerdale

The Clinical Instructor/Assistant Faculty supports continuing development of the Nursing Program, teaches assigned courses, and ensures the delivery of the highest quality post-secondary education to the Central Penn Nursing students. The Clinical Instructor will provide clinical education in a specified area of expertise in collaboration with the faculty member responsible for providing didactic instruction.

Under the direction of the didactic faculty, the Clinical Instructor/Assistant Faculty will oversee the clinical instruction of no more than 10 students in the assigned clinical facility, while achieving College and departmental goals and outcomes.

The three key areas of responsibility include: oversight of the clinical practicum in collaboration with the didactic faculty; maintaining compliance with accreditation standards and Pennsylvania State Nursing Regulations; and ensuring participation in College initiatives and compliance with College policies and practices. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Teach/manage assigned courses
  • Provide timely and complete student evaluations to the didactic faculty
  • Maintain clinical expertise in area of clinical instruction through continuing education, maintaining an unencumbered RN  license  in the state of Pennsylvania, and maintaining or obtaining specialty certification in area of expertise
  • Work with the regulatory and accreditation organizations to ensure that academic programs and the staff who provide education services meet and exceed the requirements for the type of program they support
  • Actively communicate to fellow faculty, staff and students the need for the highest level of ethical behavior in all program activities
  • Participate in the rolling curriculum review process
  • Attend at minimum one technology training per year to stay up-to-date with technology usage in the classroom 
  • Provide academic guidance and advising to students regarding careers
  • Participate in admissions and marketing activities relative to the program
  • Represent the Department through participation in the activities of professional and civic organizations and foster relationships that open doors for internships and employment
  • Appropriately role model and enforce the BIG EIGHT policies and philosophies of Central Penn College

Essential Qualifications and Competencies:

  • Master’s degree preferred, however, consideration for BSN prepared candidates with high levels of experience or special certifications may be given for certain programs
  • Minimum 5 years clinical experience in medical surgical, pediatrics, OB/GYN, mental health, intensive care, or emergency services. Credentials should be earned in relevant subject matter 
  • 1-3 years of progressive teaching experience in an educational environment
  • Unencumbered Registered Nurse License in the state of Pennsylvania
  • Specialty Certification preferred (required for BSN prepared candidates)
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively with the College’s academic leaders, other faculty, and students
  • A progressive thinker and education leader; forward thinking, aware of evolving education needs, programming trends and teaching methods
  • Ability to employ technology in the classroom including online teaching and learning platforms, and the ability to effectively use technology in the everyday work environment with sound analytical and problem solving skills 
  • Strong organizational and planning skills.
  • Well-developed teaching skills: subject matter depth and application of current teaching techniques, including use of multimedia tools.
  • Continuing education toward an appropriate terminal degree and/or relevant continuing professional education, as well as participation in accreditation training and activities.
  • A deep personal commitment to career-oriented post-secondary education for traditional and continuing education students.
  • Participate in admissions and marketing activities relative to the program. 
  • Represent the Department through participation in the activities of professional and civic organizations and foster relationships that open doors for internships and employment. 
  • Appropriately role model end enforce the BIG EIGHT policies and philosophies of Central Penn College

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, including salary requirements, and resume to humanresources@centralpenn.edu

Please be sure to include in the Subject line: Clinical Instructor and your name.

Part-Time Faculty: Information Technology

Central Penn seeks part-time faculty positions to teach general Information Technology courses. We are looking for instructors to teach during the day at the Summerdale campus.

Our curriculum provides a diverse learning experience for our students and includes courses in programming, networking, security and databases.

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline; one or more IT certifications preferred; Master’s degree preferred
  • Relevant industry experience
  • Prior teaching experience a plus – but not required

Applicants should send a cover letter describing qualifications and salary requirements with a resume to HumanResources@centralpenn.edu

Please include your last name and PT-IT Faculty in the subject line. Failure to follow instructions may prevent your resume from reaching us.

Central Penn College is an equal opportunity employer. Central Penn is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. 

Part-Time Faculty: Occupational Therapy Assistant, Summerdale

Central Penn College is in search of Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Adjunct Faculty to join our OTA program. 

In coordination with the OTA Program Director, the OTA Adjunct Faculty is responsible for:

  • Developing and teaching courses as part of a high quality academic program that imbues students with positive personal attributes and prepares them for professional success.
  • Attending monthly staff meetings to ensure that appropriate standards are being met across all students
  • Providing expertise in: Mental Health/Mental Illness, Physical Dysfunction, Therapeutic Techniques, Anatomy and Physiology, Human Development, Medical Terminology and/or Abnormal Psychology.

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Bachelor’s or higher level degree and certification as an Occupational Therapy Assistant or a registered Occupational Therapist.
  • Understanding of and compliance to standards of Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE).
  • Experience in education and knowledge of evolving education/fieldwork needs, programming trends and teaching methods.
  • Experience employing technology in the classroom. The ability to use online teaching and learning platforms, and the ability to effectively use technology in the everyday work environment.
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively with the students, faculty and College academic leaders.
  • Availability to teach during day time hours 2-4 days per week.  Scheduling of classes can be flexible but it is a day program.

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter – including salary requirements to HumanResources@centralpenn.edu.  Please be sure to include in the Subject line: OTA Adjunct and your name.

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