As with all community colleges, they are hiring tons of part-timers, giving you hours just shy of the requirement to also give you health insurance, and are basically expecting you to get hired elsewhere to make living wages. In my department, there were dozens of adjunct teachers who'd been there for many years - ie. there is zero chance of getting a full time position, much less a tenured spot. Some of the teachers were working at five different colleges, driving all over the state. Realize that you will be working a lot more hours than you get paid for. I was in the English department, so there were a lot of essays. When you're grading that many essays, the pay works out to 1 or 2 dollars per hour.
scheduled to fit between your other jobs, nice campus
no benefits, no promotions, long hours