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Come work with us at COTC.


At Central Ohio Technical College (COTC), we pride ourselves in helping our students build successful futures by engaging with our industries, communities, and employers to uncover opportunities that will address workforce needs, positively influence communities, and impact lives for decades to come. By joining our team, you will contribute to our mission to meet the technical education and training needs of students and employers in the area. Our community values helpfulness and inclusivity, resilience and tenacity, and forward-thinking and innovation.

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The college utilizes an online application system for all positions. COTC does not accept mailed, faxed, or hand-delivered applications or resumes.

If you require an accommodation during the application process, please contact Sue Wadley at

Contact Us

Applicant and new hire questions may be addressed to:
Patsy Henderson, Human Resources Generalist


Campus Locations

COTC has four campus locations in central Ohio: Newark, Knox, Coshocton and Pataskala.

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Newark Campus

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For more information about living and working in Newark, visit:

Knox Campus

For more information about living and working in Mount Vernon, visit:

Coshocton Campus

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Pataskala Campus

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    ​Become a Part-time Faculty Member

    ​Become a Part-time Faculty Member

    A part-time faculty member is a COTC instructor who ordinarily teaches 12 or fewer contact hours during any semester of the academic year. Part-time faculty appointments may be made to any of COTC’s four campuses located in Newa​rk, Coshocton, Mount Vernon and Pataskala.


    Preventing Discrimination and Harassment

    As a college employee, you share in the responsibility for assuring that the college maintains an environment for work and study that is free from discrimination and harassment.

    The college seeks to eliminate sexual harassment by encouraging employees to report concerns or complaints and through education.

    Learn more about Title IX