If you’re looking for a job where you can thrive, develop professionally and enjoy a healthy work/life balance, you’ve come to the right place. At Anne Arundel Community College, our faculty and staff are dedicated, passionate professionals who are committed to the success of our students and the community at large. We offer numerous exciting and challenging career opportunities and provide competitive salaries and generous benefits in a friendly, collaborative work environment.
We thank you for your interest in Anne Arundel Community College. The Human Resources department supports the college’s central mission of learning and its commitment to cultural diversity. Through our efforts to recruit and retain a diverse population, we encourage an inclusive environment that reflects the community we serve.
In the best interest of the College beginning Jan. 1, 2014, only individuals who are residents of Maryland or one of the following states will be eligible for employment at the college: Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia or the District of Columbia. The college will annually review this restriction and, if appropriate, expand the list of states of employment eligibility.
Anne Arundel Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Apply online using AACC’s new applicant system. Please note that applications prior to November 2016 will not be in our new system and paper applications are not accepted. Wondering about benefits? Full-time staff and faculty receive full medical coverage.
You can create an account, work on it as needed, and submit when you’re ready.
Save time by copying and pasting the information from a Word document directly into the appropriate fields in the application form. You also can log in using your LinkedIn or Vitae account to have much of your information auto-fill into the system.
You can attach a unique résumé and cover letter or other document for each position to which you apply.
Adjunct instructional positions are filled by the various schools of study.
Course development and recruitment of qualified instructors is ongoing in the School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development. We are actively seeking to fill the following positions; however, new courses are always being considered with an eye to potential demand, quality, cost and availability of facilities.
All continuing education instructors are part-time, appointed for a specific teaching assignment, and salary will depend upon the nature of the course, your qualifications and experience, and the length of the course. Grades are not given in most noncredit courses, but attendance rosters must be kept. There are instances when a student has successfully completed or attained certain skills that lead to continuing education certificates, badges, or professional certifications.
Most noncredit courses range in length from two to 80 hours in multiple session formats. Some are held in designated facilities, but many have some flexibility in schedule and location, including off-campus location. AACC can also assist instructors in offering courses in an online format. Logistical support is available to you once your course has been accepted. For example, your program developer can order textbooks through the college bookstore, if required. Technology aids to assist in teaching as well as reproduction of course materials are also available.
AACC’s Financial Aid office oversees jobs available for students with and without financial need.