Teaching Opportunities

At Middlesex Community College, the Community Education and Training division offers noncredit courses and short-term, highly focused programs in selected fields to meet the needs and interests of learners no matter what age, or stage of life, or career. MCC offers online and classroom instruction at our Bedford and Lowell campuses. Programs include professional development, career training, personal enrichment courses, youth programs, and the Middlesex Institute for Lifelong Education for Seniors (MILES). 

Middlesex Community College (MCC) employs over full-time, part-time, faculty, professional administrative and support positions at campuses in both Lowell and Bedford, MA.  Middlesex Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Community Education and Training:  CET instructors must have experience in the content area they will be teaching.  Please email resume and course proposal. 

Current openings:

Technical Writing Instructor: Middlesex Community College invites applicants to apply for a part-time teaching opportunity with Community Education and Training. Part-Time Instructor for course title: Tools and Technologies for Technical Writers. This position is a part time teaching position during our spring semester (late January through mid-May) in our non-credit Technical Writing Certificate Program. One evening per week. Bedford, MA campus.  Program Details:  https://www.middlesex.mass.edu/careertraining/techwrite.aspx

The successful candidate is a creative and knowledgeable individual who is capable of teaching authoring tools and technologies for the technical writing industry to a diverse student body. Candidates should have worked/are currently working professionally in the Technical Writing field. To apply please contact: 

Sheila Morin, Middlesex Community College
Director, Community Education and Training
591 Springs Road Bedford, MA 01730
781-280-3812 - fax


R.N. Instructor for Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide Program -  Provide lecture, skills lab, and clinical training for a 100 hour program.  Part-time evenings or part time days.   Applicants must have a valid R.N. license.  Lowell, MA campus. For more information please contact Caitlin at campopianoc@middlesex.mass.edu or call 781.280.3680

Basic/Intro to American Sign Language
 Part-time evenings.  Email Career_training@middlesex.mass.edu

Last Modified: 3/5/21