Careers at PVCC
Why Work at PVCC?
PVCC is committed to growth, innovation and stability, and offers a wide variety of full- and part-time opportunities. PVCC presents a community where each employee can contribute to the mission of promoting student success and helping students lead meaningful and empowered lives. If you are ready to be a part of a great community that embraces innovation, professionalism, community service, diversity and opportunities to make a difference, then we invite you to apply to our open positions.
Current Open Positions
Full-time Classified Positions:
Full-time Faculty Positions:
Part-time or Adjunct Credit Class Positions:
Applications will be received and considered on a continuous basis, as openings occur. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until needed positions are filled and/or the closing date of our announcement.
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Clinical Nursing
- Communication Studies
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- General Biology
- Graphic & Media Arts
- Health Information Management
- Medical Laboratory Technology
- Nutrition, Public & Community Health
- Rad Tech
- Surgical Technology
Workforce Training Part-time Faculty Positions:
- Agriculture & Hospitality
- AHA Basic Life Support CPR
- Clinical Medical Assistant
- Customized Business & Leadership Training
- Drone Training
- Heavy Equipment Operator
- IT Certifications (CompTIA A+ & Network+)
- IT Software Skills
- Skilled Trades (Electrical, Plumbing, & Maintenance)
- Solar Technician
- Sterile Processing Technician
- Welding & Soldering
Part-time or Adjunct Credit Class Positions at Correctional Facilities:
If you are interested in a unique opportunity, PVCC offers credit courses for incarcerated students at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women, Buckingham Correctional Center, and Dillwyn Correctional Center. Part-time faculty are needed to teach at these locations in the following areas: Economics, Humanities, Information Technology, Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology and Visual Arts.
Applicants for transfer-level credit classes must hold at least a master’s degree in the teaching area from a regionally accredited institution. Applicants who have a master’s degree in a non-related field must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours specific to the transfer teaching area. Applicants interested in teaching specialized professional or technical field credit classes must hold a bachelor’s degree in the field.
Applicants for workforce training programs must have experience in the field. Certification or licensure may be required.
Detailed job descriptions and application procedures are available at https://jobs.vccs.edu/postings/search.