Employment Opportunities at Davidson-Davie
How to Apply for Employment
The College accepts online employment applications for all job openings by clicking the “Search Jobs Now” button below, then selecting the job title.
Davidson-Davie Community College is an award-winning institution committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of diversity, equity and inclusion to ensure student learning and success. Therefore, we seek candidates who will not only enhance our representational diversity but whose research, teaching, and community engagement efforts contribute to diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty. Our goal is to identify individuals who will assist in our mission so that everyone has the opportunity to succeed at Davidson-Davie Community College.
We feel that our responsibility is to remove unconscious biases, foster a culture of inclusion, and prevent discrimination from affecting the workplace. Therefore, our initial applicant screening removes identifiable characteristics from a candidate’s application unrelated to their experience and job skills needed for success. Please be aware that cover letters, resumes, and transcripts are not viewable to hiring committee members during our initial screening process.
Applicants are evaluated on their employment background, as presented in their application, and answers to supplemental questions in the application process. Failure to provide specific employment information, particular duties related to the position for which you are applying, employment dates, and responses to the supplemental questions could impact selection for an interview. “See Resume” will not be accepted in lieu of application completion.
When you visit our employment opportunities page, you will find Full-time opportunities on the main page. To locate the part-time or adjunct opportunities, you may click the menu button on the top left corner and click Part-Time Staff and Adjunct teaching opportunities.
Our Typical Hiring Timeline:
Week One: Submitting an application
Week Two: The screening process
Week Three: Scheduling interviews
Week Four: Interviewing
Weeks Five and Six: Follow-up interviews
Week Seven: Receiving the job offer
Week eight and beyond: Starting the new job
Our benefits and other resources make it possible to excel both professionally and personally. We are a dynamic community that supports and celebrates the success of our students, faculty and staff. The future is here!
Benefits of Working Full-time
- State Health Plan Insurance
- Employee-only dental coverage at no cost
- $20,000.00 life insurance provided at no cost
- Employer contributions to the Teachers’ and State Employee Retirement System
- Optional benefits include vision, telemedicine, cancer, life, flexible spending accounts, etc.
- Supplemental retirement plans include 401k, 403b, and 457
- Longevity pay with ten qualifying years of state service
- 12 Paid holidays per year
- Sick leave, personal observance leave, vacation leave and/or personal leave
Salary recommendations are based on the information listed on the application. Please complete each item thoroughly. Resumes attached are not a substitute for the completion of the application. Official transcripts will be required upon an offer of employment.
Applicants who attended educational institutions outside the United States must have their transcripts evaluated by World Education Services (WES) to determine qualifications.
Please remember the documents you upload contain sensitive information such as your date of birth or your social security number. We ask that you help us protect your data by removing/redacting any social security numbers or health-related information. Social security numbers are commonly found on transcripts.
College policy requires a criminal background check to be completed on all candidates recommended for hire (both full-time and part-time positions). Federal law requires employers to verify the identity and eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
If you have questions about the application process, please call the Human Resources Office at 336.224.4540 or you may send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Davidson-Davie Community College is an equal employment opportunity employer. We provide all employees and applicants opportunities based on qualifications and without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or any legally protected status.
Positions requiring a college degree require applicants to provide an unofficial transcript at the time of application. Copies of transcripts are acceptable, but must be legible and indicate the degree or certificate awarded if a degree is required. If college transcripts will be sent directly to Davidson-Davie from your college or institution, be sure the transcripts are addressed to the attention of the Human Resources Office.
If transcripts were issued under another name (such as maiden name), make note on the application of other names used so that transcripts will be correctly matched to your application materials. Copies of college diplomas or grade cards may not substitute for transcripts. If your college records no longer exist, a letter from the custodian of records attesting to your attendance/graduation may suffice. Note to Davidson-Davie employees, students, and alumni: the Human Resources Department does not have access to your academic records or any transcripts you may have submitted to the Office of Admissions for transfer evaluation. You must obtain copies of your unofficial transcripts and submit them to the Human Resources Office as required for any other applicant.