Job Bank

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


Learning Community Coordinator - Part-time position(s)

Redlands Community College is seeking qualified candidates for a half-time/12-month Learning Community Coordinator as a part of a 5-year grant focused on STEM/Agricultural Sustainability and Technology (Native American Service Non-Tribal Institutions (NASNTI) Part A awarded October 2020). This federally funded position provides experience working with underserved populations in emerging areas of STEM and Agriculture, and provides support to learners who may be academically challenged in math and science. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Contribute to the academic success of students and the overall grant program; Oversee a cadre of peer tutors in STEM related content areas; Assist in daily/routine operations related to grant initiatives and projects; Engage with the team in managing projects, deadlines, and deliverables; Explore instructional support strategies to increase learning. Qualifications include: Graduate degree in Education, Agriculture, Technology, Science, or a related field; Team player who is also able to work independently; Ability to organize and supervise peer tutors and track utilization of tutoring services; Experience developing and/or delivering instructional materials at the secondary or college level; Familiarity with the role of community colleges and the unique challenges of underserved populations; Federal grant or other grant experience preferred. To apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, copies of college transcripts, and three references with names, addresses, and phone numbers. For more information on how to apply, click here. Position is open until filled.

 

Bursar - Full-time position(s)

Redlands Community College is seeking qualified candidates to apply for a full-time 12-month Bursar position, which includes excellent benefits. Position will report to the Business Office Supervisor/Director of Purchasing. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Post and maintain student tuition and fees, and other student charges; advise students regarding their payment options; review student payment plans for completeness and accuracy; process changes in student payment plans; apply payments from the payment plans; apply payments to student and other internal accounts; provide accurate and friendly customer service and answer student inquiries regarding their financial status; work past due accounts during the semester by applying late fees and holds, as well as sending them to outside collection agencies; track and maintain student accounts throughout the collection process to ensure prompt payment of outstanding balances, which includes working closely with various outside collection agencies; invoice, collect, and post payments from third party agencies for student accounts; work closely with the Financial Aid staff regarding student billing, accounts and communication; post financial aid to student accounts; process student refunds; transmit fund 1241 refund checks to the state; reconcile monthly fund 741 aid activity; and perform research on student disputes as needed. Minimum qualifications include: An Associate’s degree in Accounting or related field; working knowledge of accounts receivable and collection processes and principles; excellent customer service skills, which includes being able to communicate information clearly and interact effectively with people; have strong organizational and time management skills; have strong interpersonal and problem solving skills; being able to maintain confidential information; and must be proficient in using computer software, including Microsoft Office. Preferred qualifications include: A Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field; have three years’ experience in accounting; have working knowledge of fund accounting processes and principles; and have experience in Ellucian Colleague. Qualified applicants need to apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, copies of college transcripts, and three references with names, addresses, and phone numbers. For more information on how to apply, click here. Position is open until filled.

 

Redlands Community College is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Student Engagement Specialist for the Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institutions (NASNTI) Part F Grant position. The Student Engagement Specialist is responsible for encouraging and advising native american students in Redlands Community College service area secondary schools to develop academic skills and interest to pursue postsecondary education. The Student Engagement Specialist will also serve as an advisor to native american students at Redlands through the Native American Student Organization (NASO) and engage students in language preservation activities provided by the NASNTI grant. This position is funded by the Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI) grant, Part F. The salary range for this position is $37,000 to $40,000 per year. Responsibilities include: Advise and engage native american students to develop interest in postsecondary education, including secondary school completion, financial aid and college entrance requirements; coordinate campus tours, including the renovated Learning Resources Center and hands-on activities for native american youth; engage with native american students at Redlands through the Native American Student Organization (NASO) as advisor and assist in coordinating activities with the students; coordinate native american language preservation activities as a liaison between Redlands and local area tribes and nations; maintain relationships with local area schools, tribes, nations, and organizations, and collaborate with the NASNTI Part F team on events, planning, and activities; adhere to the educational philosophy of the college; work in a collaborative manner with colleagues and professional peers; participate in meetings that relate specifically to the NASNTI F Grant and NASO. This position will report to the Director for the Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institutions (NASNTI) Part F. Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Counseling, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience working with native american students. Demonstrated knowledge of issues affecting academic potential of low-income, native american, and/or first-generation college students. Ability to develop and coordinate curriculum and academic support programs for high school students. Well-developed oral/written communication skills with ability to communicate effectively with diverse populations. Ability to work and communicate with people of diverse backgrounds. Preference given to individuals who are members of groups that have traditionally been underrepresented based on race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability and who have succeeded in overcoming barriers similar to those confronting the target population. To apply: submit a cover letter, resume, copies of college transcripts, and three references with names, addresses and phone numbers. For more information on how to apply, click here. Position open until filled.

 

Redlands Community College is seeking qualified candidates to apply for a new Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institutions (NASNTI) Project Director position. This is a full-time, 12-month, federally-funded grant position with excellent benefits.  This recently awarded grant project is titled: Addressing Nursing Shortage in Rural and Tribal Healthcare and is a cooperative grant between Redlands Community College (RCC) and Western Oklahoma State College (WOSC) with the position itself housed at Redlands Community College.  This grant is funded from October 2022 through September 2027.  The salary range for this position is $62,000 to $65,000 per year.   Responsibilities include:  Implementing, supervising, and evaluating the RCC and WOSC NASNTI Project and staff. Ensure grant objectives are met in a timely manner. Assist in student retention, recruitment, and remediation efforts. Monitor, track, and compile data based on student recruitment and remediation efforts.  Develop, revise, and manage the remediation process for nursing students. Monitor, track, and compile data based on remediation efforts. Maintain communication with students and faculty as needed to report student progress.  This position will report to the Executive Director of Students Services and Grants and will collaborate daily with the Department Head of Nursing and Allied Health.   It will also adhere to the educational philosophy of the college, work in a collaborative manner with colleagues and professional peers, and participate in meetings that relate specifically to the nursing department and/or grant needs.  Qualifications include: a Master’s degree in Nursing, Education, Student Personnel, Science/Technology Education, or related field.  Excellent written/verbal communication and leadership skills.  A minimum of 3 years’ experience in managing or implementing program(s), including budget oversight and responsibility.  Ability to work and communicate with people of diverse backgrounds.  Preference given to individuals who are members of groups that have traditionally been underrepresented based on race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability.  Preference given to individuals with nursing or allied health backgrounds and experience.  To apply: submit a cover letter, resume, copies of college transcripts, and three references with names, addresses and phone numbers. For more information on how to apply, click here.  Position is open until filled.
 

Superintendent of the Physical Plant - Full-time position(s)

Redlands Community College is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Superintendent of the Physical Plant position.   This is a full-time, 12-month, professional staff position with excellent benefits. Responsibilities: The Superintendent will supervise and direct the overall operation and maintenance of the Physical Plant: this includes main campus, student apartments, Darlington Campus and the Royse Ranch locations. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of all HVAC and heating units on campus, electrical and mechanical operations of each building, general building maintenance, custodial services, grounds maintenance, and transportation services. This position will also oversee management and coordination of construction projects and contractors on campus. The superintendent along with the Director of the Physical Plant will coordinate the daily work activities of all employees in the Physical Plant.  This position will be responsible for the administrative direction and supervision of departmental budgets and personnel engaged in the maintenance and repair of campus buildings and equipment; care and cleaning of buildings and grounds; and operation of heating, air conditioning and ventilating systems along with responsibility for warehouse and transportation operations. Qualifications: Must have 5 or more years of progressive operations and management experience in facilities operations in a complex organization; have experience with and a strong understanding of all licensing, regulatory and safety rules and regulations for maintaining a safe and healthy workplace environment; must hold or obtain the following within 60 days of hire:  (1) Petroleum Storage Tank Operators Class A/B license, and (2) NIMS 400-level certification; have budget development and management experience, be a successful and experienced supervisor of a diverse employee population; possess exceptional people skills, possess excellent organizational skills including the ability to multi-task; and a demonstrated understanding of trade policies, procedures, codes, and practices.  Having a trade certification in one or more of the supervisory areas preferred. The salary range for this position is $70,000 to $80,000 per year plus benefits. To apply: submit a cover letter, resume, copies of college transcripts and/or certifications, and three references with names, addresses and phone numbers to Human.Resources@redlandscc.edu, or fax (405) 422-6216, or mail to Redlands Community College, Attention:  Human Resources, 1300 South Country Club Road, El Reno, OK  73036.  Redlands Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Screening of applicants will continue until the position has been filled.