Working as an adjunct instructor at RVCC is probably the best part-time job you could ask for. Mentally stimulating. Great people to work with. Lots of autonomy. I love working with the students. I think their rate of pay is better than the other community colleges in the state. Still, it's a part-time job. There are "soft" perks - you can wear what you want, the school closes in bad weather, things like that. The hard perks, though, are few. Raises are pre-negotiated and you get them automatically. Promotions are based on semesters of service, so as long as you remember to apply, you'll get them. You can get free tuition if there are any courses that interest you. You can contribute to TIAA-CREF. I think there is an option to purchase health insurance, but I think it's pretty expensive. You get paid per class, so if you need to miss a day because you are sick, you are not docked, so, in a way, I suppose that's a paid sick day. I think the hardest part of the job would be if you wanted to transition to full-time. The departments just don't hire a lot of full-timers because they have to be able to adjust quickly to whatever the enrollment is that semester.
Hard to get a full-time position.