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    mattbrent is offline Registered User
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    Anyone want to work for an amazing community college?

    Hi all!

    My community college is currently hiring for a Dean of Technology & Learning Resources. Here's the job description.

    https://jobs.agencies.virginia.gov/a...etails_css.jsp

    RCC is an amazing place to work. The area is very rural, but that doesn't mean we don't have a lot of great things happening!

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    Hey Matt,

    The link doesn't go to the job description. Is it Rappahannock CC?

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    Johann is offline Registered User
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    if it is Rappahannock CC, (as I think it is) here's a link to the job posting page, where this exact position is posted. You can get to details by clicking on the position:

    Employment Opportunities | Human Resources | Rappahannock Community College

    Johann
    Last edited by Johann; 06-07-2014 at 10:21 AM.

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    mattbrent is offline Registered User
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    Whoops! I swear that link was right when I posted it! But yes, it's for Rappahannock Community College. Thanks, Johann!

    -Matt
    BA in History - Christopher Newport University, May 2004
    MSEd (Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment) - Walden University, February 2008
    MAIS (History & Political Science) - WNMU, May 2011
    PhD in Leadership - The University of the Cumberlands, May 2017
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    Dame! I just looked at the job offerings for Adjunct History Instructors and Adjunct Humanities Instructors and neither offered online teaching positions.
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