Vacancies in Massachusetts Community Colleges
inquiries relating to the
specific jobs must be directed to the college.
Job Searching in Higher Ed? - Try these sites.New England Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
AACC CAREERLINE; the American Association of Community Colleges maintains this list of job openings.
AAR/EEO Affirmative Action Register:The national EEO recruitment publication is directed to females, minorities, veterans, and disabled as well as to all employment candidates.
Academic Employment Network (AEN) lists available positions in colleges, primary and secondary educational institutions for Faculty - staff, and administrative professionals.
Welcome to the Academic Position Network (APN). Within our files you may find Faculty - administrative, and professional staff positions, graduate assistantships and fellowships, and postdoctoral opportunities available at institutions of higher education around the world.
Higher Ed Jobs Online: Higher Ed Jobs Online is a free service both to candidates searching for positions and to institutions posting positions.
http://www.higher-ed.org/jobs.html Lots of links here
Try a Yahoo search, with these topics: job employment higher education community college. Click on the underlined keywords to do this automatically.
Job Openings: Available free to Chronicle of Higher Education subscribers through Academe Today, which also offers the full text of The Chronicle, a searchable archive, daily news updates, and more. If you are not a subscriber, but wish to purchase a subscription, you can subscribe on line.
JobWeb is maintained by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
To search for community colleges throughout the U.S., consult the AACC Online Membership Directory. It includes a list of all member institutions as well as the affiliated councils, educational and corporate associate members
The following sites are for job searching outside of academia.
CareerMosaic maintains career postings and allows you to post your resume.
CareerPath compiles want ads from nine city newspapers across the United States.
Jobtrak requires a password and is limited to students or alumni of universities.
JobCenter costs job listings and resume posting at $20 for 6 months. They can e-mail you anytime a new job listing appears that matches your criteria.