Online Instructor - Pre-Engineering
State of Louisiana3.4
Remote Baton Rouge, LA
Job details
Estimated: $44,000 - $55,000 a year
Part time
Criminal background check
Job description
Supplemental Information

Online Instructor - Pre-Engineering

Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) seeks to fill the position of Online Instructor - Pre-Engineering is located in the Division of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This is a part-time position, and is open for recruitment.

Department Chair

ONLINE - Mid-City Campus

Salary: $5333.33 per 3 credit course taught

Estimated Hours per Week: Summer Schedule

Dates/Times - Day, night and weekend classes; various times available

Applications for this position should include a cover letter, resume/CV, original transcripts, and names of contact information for three (3) work-related references. Please include Certifications in online teaching. These documents must be attached to your application to be considered.
***Incomplete applications will not be considered***

Lisa Parker, Manager, Talent Acquisition
Office of Human Resources
Baton Rouge Community College
201 Community College Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70806

A criminal background check will be required of all selected applicants. An offer of employment is contingent upon passing a pre-employment background check.

This organization participates in the E-Verify program. For more information on E-Verify, please contact DHS at (888) 464-4218.

BRCC does not discriminate based on race, creed, color, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, or veteran's status in its programs and activities and provides equal access to its programs and activities.


Required Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensures

Minimum Qualifications:
Master's degree in Engineering or related field, or master's degree and 18 graduate semester hours in Engineering or related field.

Preferred Qualifications:
Master's degree in Engineering
Previous Online Teaching experience.

Job Concepts

Adjunct Faculty members are responsible for teaching courses as assigned. Adjunct Faculty may teach in the evening, weekends, online and dual enrollment courses as needed. Adjunct Faculty are expected to support the institution's mission and vision and abide by the Faculty Handbook and college-wide policies. Adjunct Faculty are expected to maintain currency in their teaching discipline Adjunct faculty report directly to the academic program manager and/or department chair within their respective departments and divisions.

report job
Protect yourself
Company details


Baton Rouge




more than $10B (USD)



Company Description
There is a rich diversity of peoples in Louisiana. They include the original Indian inhabitants, plus the descendants of a variety of settlers, among whom were the French, Spanish, English, German, Acadians, West Indians, Africans, Irish and Italians and now include almost every nationality on earth.
Company ratings
  • Overall
  • Company & Benefits
    3.4 / 5
  • Culture & Values
    3.2 / 5
  • Career Opportunities
    3.2 / 5
  • Work/Life Balance
    3.4 / 5
  • Senior Management
    3.1 / 5
Company reviews
"Terrible "
Former EmployeeDeputy Clerk
I worked there since June and they were ok starting out then towards the end of September they decided to kick me out for no reason. I don’t think they are worth working for.

Former EmployeeCase Worker
The work load is in reasonably. You don’t get paid enough for all the work you do. You can trust the boss or the employees. They would let you leave to pick up kids . But lunch everyone left together but some people could take 1 to 2 hour lunch . The rest had to be back in 30 minutes. Close early on Thursday to complete work but not enough time . Get off early on Friday’s

"Don't think they care about you..."
Former EmployeeElectrician
My work day started at 6:00 a.m. every Monday and ended at 4:30 p.m. everyday. I worked 4 10 hour days. I learned about electricity and how to work with it and how to respect it because electricity doesn't care who you are, it will get you. The hardest part of the job was the heat and the cold, but hey, it is Louisiana, it gets hot. I was an employee there for 17.5 years and I failed a drug test. I took some medicine that I thought was tylenol but ended up being addrell. Lucky me, I got called for a drug test. First one I have ever failed, ever. Long story short, I am no longer there. I was let go like it was my first day.

Current EmployeeOffice Manager
Working for the State of Louisiana you a part of a family. The leave earning rate is great. No uniforms required. Job security. Great insurance benefits. Holidays and days off are super.