North Orange County Community College District

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Planning your future so you don't become stagnant and have to depend on others to take care of you and your family

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I work 16 to 18 hours a day

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No typing test required. A higher education is a must to be able to teach. Also, job experience highly helpful. Having an industry job helps to bring clarity to the students.

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It's a family oriented environment. The district provides many opportunities for staff to get to know one another from the different campuses.

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No real reason it would ever go away. Sure, sales were down at the actual store but that was because there was a significantly higher amount of people buying books online this year.

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This is somewhat a nonessential question because every department will be different, so it's best to approach every job with hopes that you'll be working under nice managers, and most managers are lovely people at NOCCCD.

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My working hours were awkward for my job position. First you are limited to a 16 hour work week, if you work over you will be fired. Secondly, I would often start at one campus work for a few hours and commute 30 minutes to an hour to make it right on time to open the lab at a second campus. Also, The scheduling isn't the same for everyone, but mine was all over the place and unreliable over the last year, and it often interfered with my ability to work at other school districts because of the random hour or two of regular schedule on three days out of the week midmorning. Sometimes I'd be required to work from 8 to 8, or all nights 4-8. I preferred those schedules because at least I could accept work from other school districts.

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It does not take long to get hired. People have to submit an application to HR, and wait until a manager contacts you. However, people may have to wait for the new term to start because they have to go through unpaid training, they will only be subbing, people may not be calling out sick, and it may take time before a new adjunct can find a regular schedule. For adjuncts, training is always unpaid at this school district, and certain training sessions are mandatory if you want to work.

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