I have been working at Central Carolina Technical College full-time
Instructor pay is well for South Carolina pay, and there is a generally supportive administration and culture. The president knows your name and you are generally greeted with a smile by colleagues. State benefits are pretty good. Instructors have Fridays off usually.
Students are difficult to work with. There is "drama" sometimes with colleagues. Departmenta can be unorganized with schedules or last-minute with updates. Course loads can be a bit heavy.
Advice to Management
Don't overwork your people. Most instructors genuinely like working there, but have gotten worn down over time and are starting to operate like robots.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Central Carolina Technical College.
I first had to do a ten minute mock instruction presentation on a computer and projector that was provided in a board room. I was then interviewed by a panel of five that took turns asking a series of questions. The entire interview process lasted about an hour. They were fairly friendly, after the interview ended I received a letter about two weeks later stating the job was offered to another candidate.
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