LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The College of Southern Nevada is preparing for the upcoming spring 2022 semester by offering teaching opportunities.

CSN is looking to hire part-time instructors to teach students both in person or online.

Instructors are needed in areas of:

  • World Languages
  • Fine Arts
  • Skilled Trades
  • Health Sciences
  • Communication
  • English
  • Math
  • Biological & Physical Sciences
  • Hospitality & Culinary
  • Public Safety
  • Computer Information & Media Technologies
  • Social Sciences & Human Behavior
  • Education
  • GED, ESL & Community Healthcare
  •  

The job fair held at the Charleston Campus Student Union (6375 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89146) brought in over 100 applicants.

VP of Academic Affairs, James McCoy, said he hasn’t seen this level of need since the recession in 2008. 

“We’ve got about 80 classifications of part time instructors, this is your English, your Math or history, and within each of those 80 classifications by discipline, we’re hiring, 3, 4, 6, 10, 12 different positions. Take English for example, I cant get enough English so if we had 12 folks come to us who’ve got these credentials and experience all 12 will probably be hired,” McCoy said. 

McCoy said only a third of CSN’s staff are full-time, so they rely heavily on part-time faculty. 

Education credentials depend on the discipline applicant is interested in. 

The positions are 16 week contracts, up to nine credits at a time and the pay is $925 per credit. 

CSN College of Southern Nevada

College of Southern Nevada signage is seen in Las Vegas.

Applicants were asked to bring resumes for immediate consideration.

For more information, visit csn.edu/pt-instructor-recruitment.

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