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HOW TO APPLY FOR REDLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE POSITIONS:

To apply for any positions listed below, email the specified documentation to Human.Resources@redlandscc.edu or mail the documents to:

Human Resources Department
Redlands Community College
1300 S. Country Club Road
El Reno, OK 73036-5304

For additional information contact Kim Andrade, Director of Human Resources, at 405.422.1267 or email her at Human.Resources@redlandscc.edu.

All Faculty must meet our Standard of Practice - Minimally Qualified Faculty degree qualifications. Learn more about the required qualifications.

Any applicant selected for an interview will be required to complete a Background Screening Authorization form, along with their personal Background Check Information. A background check will not be run on you unless you are recommended for the position. For a summary of your rights under the Fair Credit Report Act, any background check disclosure statements, an authorization for background check, and a form to list your personal background check information, please see the links listed below:

2019 Background Check Disclosure Document
2019 Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act
2019 Authorization for Background Check including Personal Information
2019 California Disclosure Document
2019 New York Disclosure Document
2019 San Francisco Disclosure Document
2019 Various States Disclosure Document


Redlands Community College is seeking qualified candidates to apply for an Academic Advisor for Title IV Student Support Services Grant position.  This is a full-time, 12-month, federally-funded grant position reporting to the SSS Project Director.  This individual will work directly with the program’s 200 participants by providing academic and career counseling, transfer planning and assistance including tours to area four-year colleges, and maintain contact with at-risk students with the goal of increased retention and graduate rates for participants. Additionally, this individual will work with other members of the grant team in the planning and conducting of student workshops, cultural activities and other events. Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or higher in Student Affairs, College Relations, or related field; a minimum of 2 years’ experience in providing support services to college students from disadvantaged backgrounds and/or students traditionally underrepresented in higher education (preferably in community colleges); knowledge of occupational, career and academic assessment instruments; strong communication and organizational skills; proficiency with computer databases, experience with Colleague and Blumen BOT is a plus; documented experience in presenting workshops, seminars, small group and individual discussions, and orientation sessions; knowledge of college financial aid programs and application procedures; experience in providing academic counseling, career counseling and disability accommodations for college students; demonstrated ability to work with disadvantaged, at-risk and traditionally under-represented student populations; and a background similar to that of SSS participants. To apply: submit a cover letter, resume, copies of college transcripts, and three references with names, addresses, and phone numbers. Position is open until filled.