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An official application for any of the positions listed below must include a completed Academy application form (located at the bottom of this page). For all staff and faculty appointments, official college transcripts must be received prior to a formal offer being made for employment. Thank You.
Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) is an 850 student, public, fully accredited college located in the small coastal village of Castine, Maine. The college is one of six state supported maritime colleges in the United States. MMA is a college of engineering, transportation, management, ocean sciences and international business. MMA is a NCAA Division III institution that competes in the North Atlantic Conference, and New England Football Conference member. MMA currently seeks to fill the following positions:
FULL TIME POSITIONS
(2 positions) Building and Grounds Maintenance Worker (Custodial)
The successful candidate will perform all aspects of building and custodial maintenance including but not limited to sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, waxing and all other aspects of building sanitation. Heavy lifting required. Full-time position. Pay range 7 starting at $12.48 per hour.
Coach I: Women’s Soccer
Knowledge of NCAA rules. Secondary duty as assigned by athletic director. Full-time position. Pay range 20 starting at $44,908.83 per year.
Coach II: Volleyball/Softball
Knowledge of NCAA rules. Three to five years’ experience as intercollegiate head coach in either sport preferred. Full-time position. Pay range 23 starting at $51,262.94 per year.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR COMPOSITION
Temporary, full-time position. Pending the selection of a full time, permanent Humanities/Composition faculty member, MMA seeks to fill a temporary full time composition instructor for the Fall, 2013 semester. Ph.D. in composition/rhetoric or related field preferred; Master’s degree required. Previous teaching experience required. Application review to begin April 15, 2013.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR/ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - ENGINEERING
Full-time temporary one-year sabbatical replacement position starting Fall, 2013. Includes classes in Marine Systems Engineering (EAC of ABET accredited) and Marine Engineering Technology (TAC of ABET accredited) and other engineering programs. The position will directly support the teaching of undergraduate engineering design, engineering science and engineering technology courses. The minimum credentials for this position are an earned BS in an Engineering field. Master’s Degree preferred.
SMALL CRAFT MASTER
SMALL CRAFT MASTER WITH SAIL ENDORSEMENT
The Small Craft Master applicant must possess a valid 100 Ton USCG license. Applicants for the Small Craft Master with Sail Endorsement must possess a valid 100 Ton USCG license with sail endorsement. Command experience of larger, small craft. The successful applicant will participate in MMA’s Random Drug Testing program and will be subject to a pre-employment drug screen. One full-time position and one full-time (1 year appointment starting June 1, 2013) position pay range 21 starting at: $46,924.41 or 22 starting at: $49,040.76.
Full-time temporary position starting Fall, 2012. Includes classes in Marine Systems Engineering (EAC of ABET accredited) and Marine Engineering Technology (TAC of ABET accredited) and other engineering programs. The position will directly support the teaching of undergraduate engineering design, engineering science and engineering technology courses. The minimum credentials for this position are an earned BS in an Engineering field. Master’s Degree preferred. This is a one-year sabbatical replacement position.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGINEERING
The Engineering Department at Maine Maritime Academy is currently seeking to fill a full time faculty position for the fall, 2012 semester. Minimum qualifications are a graduate level Engineering Degree. Qualified individuals will be teaching a variety of engineering subjects including Thermodynamics, Fluids, Thermo-fluids, Statics and Dynamics to technology and operational level undergraduate students. Preference will be given to any qualified candidates holding a US Coast Guard unlimited engineering license.
Security Guard I
Part-time, on call position. Pay range 10 starting at $14.11 per hour.
Part-time temporary position. Must possess a Red Cross Lifeguard certification. Pay range 2 starting at $10.26 per hour.
Building and Grounds Maintenance Worker (Grounds)
The successful candidate will perform all aspects of grounds maintenance. Full-time summer position, pay range 7, starting at $12.48 per hour.
Part-time position starting immediately to assist Security in the communications division. Pay Range 8 starting at: $13.01 per hour.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS - 2013
Business Law – MA 332 – Fall, 2013 previous college level teaching experience in business law. Evening course hours.
The successful candidates will possess previous college playing and/or coaching experience.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in practice and game planning, video breakdown and analysis with DVSport and Hudl, recruiting, academic oversight, and positional skill work. This position begins immediately with the expectation of returning for the fall season.
Positions begin as soon as possible and include Housing, Meals and stipend.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR – ENGINEERING (SPRING, 2013)
The successful candidate will teach introductory practical electricity course to operational and technology students. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering is required and a U.S.C.G. license is preferred.
Adjunct Instructors and/or Assistant Professors of Marine Transportation to teach a variety of courses within the Department
of Marine Transportation including:
Introduction to Nautical Science
Introduction to Vessel Operations
Small Craft Technology, Casualty Analysis
Advanced Navigation and License Seminar as well as labs in Nautical Science
Small Craft Construction
Terrestrial Navigation and Marine Communications.
Successful candidates must have an appropriate USCG Master License and be STCW compliant. A Bachelor’s of Science degree is required and demonstrated successful teaching experience is preferred.
Adjunct Instructors to teach a variety of courses within the Departments of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Marine Science
Fluid power lectures and labs
Power equipment labs
Thermal fluids labs
Engineering fundamentals (marine engineering)
Numerical and computer methods
Introduction to marine science lectures and labs
Introduction to Oceanography lectures and labs
Physical education - basic swimming and water polo (must have lifeguard, CPR and AED certification).
A relevant Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree and demonstrated successful teaching experience is preferred
The successful candidate(s) will perform research projects including offshore floating wind turbines, tidal turbines, wave energy devices and other energy related projects. A B.S. in engineering is required and a MS in engineering is desired. Experience in energy systems and research is desired. This is an open appointment (soft-money) and is contingent upon successful funding.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR – ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013
Modern Languages: The Arts and Sciences Department invites applications for modern language instructors for the academic year 2012-2013. Instructors of Spanish, French, German, or other modern languages are sought. An M.A. in the discipline or related field is preferred; teaching experience is required.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS – ENGINEERING
Courses include: Fluid Power lecture and lab, Thermo Fluids Labs and Thermo Fluids Lectures, and Thermodynamics II.
PLEASE NOTE ALL POSITIONS REQUIRE A MINIMUM B.S. DEGREE, GRADUATE DEGREE PREFERRED UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE WITHIN THE TEXT OF THE POSITION DESCRIPTION.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS – ENGINEERING
Courses include Graphics, Thermo Fluids Labs and Thermo Fluids Lectures, and Technical Communications.
MATH AND PHYSICS TUTORS
Maine Maritime Academy seeks one or more individuals to provide private tutoring in math and/or physics at the college level to students with learning disabilities. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree or higher and relevant teaching experience. Tutors will be expected to schedule tutoring appointments 7-9 PM, Mondays through Thursdays or at other mutually agreed upon times with students. Tutors will be limited to less than 20 hours per week and paid on an hourly basis at $25/hour.
PER DIEM - UTILITY WORKER, TEMPORARY OFFICE WORKER (as needed)
Per Diem, temporary positions working in various departments. The successful applicants must possess general office skills. Utility Worker Pay Range 2, $10.26 per hour, Temporary Office Worker, $10.50 per hour.
INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY
Adjunct Instructor – OR 503
Introduction to Research and Resources. Library and online research experience required. Supervisory experience preferred. Course offered August, 2013.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR RC 540
Applied Research. Library and online research experience required. Supervisory experience preferred. Course offered Fall, 2013.
Adjunct Instructor – OR 505
Statistics for Business and Logistics – 2 graduate credit hour course. Ph.D. or Master’s degree preferred. Statistical teaching experience preferred. Course offered August 26-29, 2013.
Adjunct Instructor – OR 504
Introduction to Business/Management Functions – 1 graduate credit hour course. . Ph.D. or Master’s degree preferred. Supervisory experience preferred. Course offered August 19-22, 2013.
CR 313 VOT Training Cruise (Schooner Bowdoin)
Bachelor of Science degree, USCG Master (500 Ton ITC minimum), STCW Officer in Charge of navigational Watch, teaching experience, at sea training experience required.
PET & PEO Alternative Co-op Faculty Coordinator
Work with PET and PEO students who are not hired by companies for a co-op position based upon course development structure that was developed in 2012.
Interested persons should send a letter of application, resume, copies of all applicable certifications, transcripts and/or licenses, and a list of at least three professional references to:
An original,signed Maine Maritime Academy application must be mailed to the MMA Human Resources Office prior to consideration by a supervisor or selection committee (click here for official application form) Faxes and emails will not be accepted.
Successful candidates may be subject to a background investigation appropriate to the position offered.
Women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.
MMA is an EOE.