Our staff and faculty are dedicated to student success and community enrichment at every level, whether in front of a classroom or from behind the scenes.
SBCTC Employment Opportunities
The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges is led by a Governor-appointed board and provides leadership, advocacy, and coordination for Washington’s system of public community and technical colleges. SBCTC, a medium-sized state agency headquartered in Olympia — with offices in Spokane and Bellevue — has four main divisions: Executive Director's Office, Education, Finance, and Information Technology.
Interested in joining our dynamic service-oriented team? The State Board currently has three open positions:
Training Manager Olympia, WA
Workforce Services Coordinator Olympia, WA
ctcLink Finance Functional Analyst Bellevue, WA
Note: All positions posted are considered "open until filled" (unless noted otherwise).
Learn more about working at SBCTC from our Human Resources page.
Community and Technical College System Job Openings
Our colleges are focused on the educational challenge of our time: educating more people to higher levels in Washington State. Each year, nearly 500,000 students train for the workforce, prepare to transfer to a university, gain basic math and English skills, or pursue continuing education. Students rely on our colleges to make a better life for themselves.
Consider your career future at one of our community or technical college campuses or district offices:
Search our college system jobs database for current employment opportunities or sign up for future job notices.
If you have questions about a specific job opening, contact the human resources office at the college of your choice. [Click the plus sign icon next to college name to expand the directory of contacts.]
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Explore our college system retirement plans, medical and dental plans, life and disability insurance, and much more at Benefits Connection.
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