Instructor, Integrated Media Design – IMD (Graphic Design, Digital Media)

Job Description Summary

LLCC is searching for a full time Instructor to teach Integrated Media Design (IMD – Graphic Design, Digital Media) courses starting Spring 2024 semester. Courses are offered on the LLCC main campus in Springfield, IL and Outreach Centers in Jacksonville, IL, Taylorville, IL and Litchfield, IL. This position will be primarily located at our LLCC Medical District site downtown offering IMD courses.

Duties will include teaching 15 contact hours per semester of assigned classes, preparing lessons and course syllabi; evaluating and assisting students; keeping accurate records of student performance, including following grading procedures and providing students with timely feedback; maintaining office hours; participating in departmental/institutional operations and program review; creating a learning environment that fosters student success; developing, integrating, evaluating and reviewing student learning outcomes in support of the Colleges ongoing accreditation; and contributing to a collegial and collaborative work environment.

The Arts and Communication Department consists of a Dean, eleven full-time faculty members and one administrative assistant. The Department offers a variety of transfer and professional courses and programming for students seeking degrees in Art, Communication, Design (Graphic Design, Digital Media etc.), Music, and World Languages.

As a faculty member at LLCC, you can look forward to working at an institution that values teaching and learning, supports faculty development, and encourages innovation and excellence. Full-time faculty members teach 15 credit hours for load each fall and spring semester with small class sizes and the potential to teach additional courses during the summer term. LLCC employs face-to-face, online, hybrid, and remote instructional modalities and offers courses in 16-week and 8-week formats. LLCC faculty, their spouse and qualified dependent children are eligible to use the tuition waiver on credited courses.

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This is a grant-funded position. Funding for this position has been secured through June 30, 2026.

Faculty salaries are determined by education level and experience and will be between $48,337 and $86,927. Below are the salary ranges for each level of education. Additional compensation beyond base salary can be earned through extra teaching assignments during the academic year and in the summer, as well as coordinator assignments.

Masters $48,337 $71,514
Masters +15 $50,756 $75,090
Masters +30 $53,294 $78,846
Masters +45 $55,957 $82,788
Doctorate $58,753 $86,927


Position Salary

Starting salary is determined by education level and experience and will be between $48,337 and $86,927.


About Lincoln Land Community College (LLCC)

Founded in 1967, LLCC serves residents and businesses in a 15-county district with its main campus in Springfield, the capital city of Illinois. It is the largest community college district in Illinois in terms of land mass, covering all or parts of 15 counties in central Illinois and 4,115 square miles. In addition to our main campus, LLCC provides educational services at our Medical District located in downtown Springfield, at the Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport, and at our outreach centers throughout the district located in Taylorville, Jacksonville, Beardstown, Litchfield and Hillsboro, Illinois. Springfield is centrally located between Chicago and St. Louis and is home to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum as well as numerous historic sites and cultural events.

The mission of LLCC is to transform lives and strengthen our communities through learning. LLCC aspires to provide high quality learning experiences for all seeking to improve their knowledge and skills while serving as a catalyst for economic growth that enriches our communities. LLCC offers accessible, affordable educational programs leading to transfer and career training degrees and certificates. LLCC offers over 125 degree and certificate programs and serves approximately 11,150 individuals annually through credit and non-credit courses. Students can find assistance with their academics through one of our many support programs and services which are available face-to-face and virtually. With 19 student clubs on campus, our students have several opportunities to get involved and connect with other students. Our athletic offerings include baseball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, softball, and e-sports.

LLCC strives to create a positive culture and to safeguard equity, inclusion, dignity, and respect for all by fostering a sense of belonging in our working and learning environments. LLCC collaborates with local businesses, organizations, and employers to better serve the needs of our students and community. As a member of the LLCC team, you can expect to be a part of an inclusive, collaborative team who, through strategic planning and effort, work to provide our students and community quality education and services.

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