Carpentry Curriculum Instructor at Pamlico Correctional Institution

Carpentry Curriculum Instructor at Pamlico Correctional Institution


Pamlico Community College
5049 Highway 306 South
Grantsboro, NC 28529
Phone: 252-249-1851

Job Location

5049 NC Hwy. 306 S.

Grantsboro, NC  28529


$40,000 - $50,000 Commensurate with experience and education.


Full time Regular Benefits

Job Category

  • Instructional (Faculty)

Application Period

Opens: Tuesday, April 2, 2024
Closes: Friday, April 26, 2024

Target Start Date

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Expected Work Hours

Full Time Faculty Hours

Reports to

Chair of Correctional Programs

Employment Type

Full-Time Permanent

Minimum Qualifications

Education: Associate Degree and demonstrated competencies in the specific discipline.
Experience: Positive work history for at least 5 years. 

As per North Carolina Department of Public Safety (DPS) requirements, this position must adhere to all requirements of DPS to enter and work in the prison.

Preferred Qualifications

Two years teaching experience preferred, particularly at a community college.

As per North Carolina Department of Public Safety (DPS) requirements, this position must adhere to all requirements of DPS to enter and work in the prison.

Position Description


Under the supervision of the Chair of Correctional Programs, this position is responsible for teaching undergraduate courses and advancing academic excellence and student success; teaching day classes as required; adhering to the departmental course guidelines. This position is reponsible for maintaining all required college records and participating in departmental, divisional, and college-wide advising and recruitment activities and assessment; and will assume other duties as required by the supervisor. This position instructs incarcerated individuals in an introductory course in carpentry that will provide them the skills needed for entry level employment upon release.

Academic Tasks

  • Teach classes as assigned.
  • Demonstrate that instructional goals and learning outcomes have been clearly set and defined.
  • Detail means by which instructional goals and learning outcomes have been assessed and achieved.
  • Distribute and follow course guide/syllabus.
  • Demonstrate that timely feedback on tests, papers and other assignments has been adequately delivered,

Adminstrative Tasks

  • Participate in development of course objectives and learning outcomes and in development/selection and ordering of learning materials.
  • Take active role in development and implementation of academic discipline and department goals.
  • Participate in scheduled program, division, advisory committee and college meetings.
  • Adhere to policies, procedures and deadlines related to position.

Learning Environment

  • Encourage student participation in class discussions and activities.
  • Convey enthusiasm towards students learning the subject.
  • Challenge students to think critically.
  • Demonstrate flexibility in responding to the needs of students, while adhering to principles of fairness.
  • Maintain a safe and orderly environment in the classroom and office.
  • Promote and practice sensitivity towards diversity.

Student Advising

  • Advise students in accordance with college guidelines.
  • Assess students' prerequisites and competencies as appropriate.
  • Explain/discuss options for course selection.
  • Assist students in preparing schedules for registration.
  • Monitor students' academic progress toward completion of academic goals.

Professional Characteristics

  • Demonstrate competency and currency within the discipline.
  • Treat students in a fair and consistent manner.
  • Communicate actively and positively with students, colleagues, staff, and administrators.
  • Cooperate and work collaborately as part of a team.
  • Participate in professional development such as workshops, conferences and training.
  • Demonstrate curiousity for and receptivity to new ideas and change.
  • Demonstrate commitment to lifelong learning.

Campus Leadership

  • Participate in non-professional committees.
  • Continually display a positive, professional and productive demeanor in all interactions with employees, students and visitors to be consistent with the PCC culture of excellence.

Other duties

  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.


How to Apply

This procedure must be followed or application may be rejected.

Candidates should submit:
(1) A signed Pamlico Community College application, which can be obtained from the college website or by calling (252) 249-1851, extension 3005; (2) A photocopy of college transcripts, if applicable; and (3) A resume.
The resume is not a substitute for a completed application; the application must include work history.  If you have transcripts already on file, please specify.  Incomplete applications will not be eligible for consideration, and all requested information must be received by the deadline date. Mail to Human Resources, P.O. Box 185 (5049 Highway 306 South for carrier deliveries), Grantsboro, NC 28529, or with position title in subject line or fax to 252-249-1622 ATTN: Human Resources. Employment and selection procedures are outlined in Chapter 6 of PCC’s Policies and Procedures.

Job Post Contact

Brandy Fillingame
Payroll/Human Resources Technician
Pamlico Community College
PO Box 185
Grantsboro, NC 28529
(252) 249-1851 x3005