Work at SMCC

Work at SMCC

South Mountain Community College is growing! Come grow with us!

South Mountain Community College (SMCC) is a thriving organization with award-winning faculty and staff. Join our team! SMCC currently has openings in all areas of the college, from teaching to administration, including Full-Time and Part-Time.

Whether you're just getting started into the field of Higher Education, or you've been in the field for years, SMCC is a great place to work, with dedicated faculty and staff, a warm and inviting campus culture and great benefits provided by the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD)!

Scroll down and take a look at the positions below - click on each link to be taken to the job listing on the MCCCD webpage - and Apply Today!

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Head Coach, Men’s Golf
SMCC is looking for a leader to help take one of the premiere golf programs into the future! Come join a legacy of success, as the SMCC Men’s Golf has claimed the conference title more than a dozen times in the past two decades. Are you the leader that can add to that tradition of success?

Career Counselor (Counselor Faculty)
We are seeking a Counselor who will support and believe in our students! This position will provide academic and career counseling for individuals attending SMCC by delivering and interpreting career assessments, managing early alert college systems that identify students' needs to ensure success; as well as teach a variety of counseling and personal development including first year experience classes.

Construction and Carpentry Faculty
Join the Construction Trades Institute at SMCC and help grow the next generation of builders! This position supervises and instructs a diverse population of students in lecture, lab, and on-line settings on topics in Construction/Carpentry. This role uses traditional, nontraditional, innovative, and applied methods of instruction, assessment and appropriate technologies to engage students and to promote student success.

Real Estate Adjunct Instructor
Join the real estate program at SMCC! Adjunct faculty will teach and facilitate the minimum of 90 hours instruction for Real Estate Salesperson Pre-licensing to prepare students to take the Real Estate Salesperson licensing exam. Faculty will also teach and facilitate the Contract Writing class required for license application.

At Maricopa Community Colleges, adjunct faculty make a lasting contribution to our students' success. Whether you're already a teacher or you're a professional looking to share your expertise, having the chance to influence students may make this the best part-time job you will ever have.

Our adjunct faculty jobs offer schedule flexibility, competitive pay, and the chance to give back to your community.

Completing this application process puts your information in a searchable "pool," to be accessed by hiring managers as needed.

Apply to Our Adjunct Pool

College Recruiter (Student Services Specialist)
This position participates in student recruitment and outreach and performs as a brand ambassador to grow the admissions pipeline and college enrollment. The Student Services Specialist will forge partnerships in the community, nurture existing relationships, and represent the college at local and national events, high school visits, and fairs that aid in brand awareness and the growth of the college. The Student Services Specialist will regularly engage prospective students and partners through phone calls, text messages, emails, social media, newsletters, and in-person and virtual meetings and workshops.

Fiscal Manager
This position manages the operational planning and oversight of the assigned fiscal services business unit, including providing professional management for finance, payroll and/or budgeting functions.

Fundraising and Foundation Relations Director (Development Officer Sr.)
The college is looking for an innovative, proactive, and passionate leader for the college’s Development Office. This position will serve as the lead development officer responsible for creating and executing SMCC fundraising campaigns, while cultivating and building prospective and existing donors, members, and student alumni.

Come help maintain the beautiful SMCC campus! This position performs routine grounds maintenance/gardening tasks and assists with assigned construction and landscaping activities for the maintenance of grounds, garden areas and public outdoor spaces.

High School Embedded Advisor and Recruiter (Student Services Analyst)
Be the college’s ambassador at a local high school! The position is responsible for coordinating all recruitment and partnership activities within an assigned high school in the local community around SMCC. This position serves as a one-stop for prospective students and their families in the admissions process to provide a high-level of customer service and support to guide students through the steps that lead to successful enrollment at the college.

HVAC Specialist, Senior
In this role, you will provide oversight to our trades team members in the maintenance of buildings and plants with emphasis on mentoring the HVAC Specialist. You will perform journey level and specialized HVAC work in the installation, maintenance and repairs related to heating, ventilating, air conditioning and related equipment.

Instructional Services Coordinator
This position coordinates, administers, and implements the scheduling of courses and programs by providing operational planning, program management, evaluation, problem-resolution and technical assistance. This position will collect, monitor and evaluate data and prepare reports, proposals and program materials.

Librarian (Library Technician)
The South Mountain Community Library is a joint integrated academic/public library environment between the college and the City of Phoenix. This position will provide customer support to library patrons and perform administrative support activities related to library material, cataloging, circulation, and recordkeeping.

Police Officer
SMCC invites highly motivated and professional law enforcement candidates to a new and exciting opportunity as a collegiate Police Officer - Lateral. The Police Officer - Lateral will report directly to a Police Commander or designated supervisor and performs general and specialized law enforcement, such as preserving public peace, protecting lives, property, and the rights of the public. This position will also enforce state statutory laws and acknowledge compliance with federal guidelines in accordance with the U.S. Department of Education.

Recruitment and Outreach Manager (Student Services Manager)
This position oversees student recruitment and outreach efforts. As a manager, you'll create a caring and accountable work environment for your team, ensuring they generate interest in the college and provide high-quality support to students and their families throughout the admissions and enrollment process. You'll also forge partnerships with other departments and organizations within the community, represent the college at local and national events, and oversee campus events and tours for prospective students and community partners.

Student Life Coordinator (Student Services Specialist Sr.)
Lead the Office of Student Life and Leadership and grow student engagement at SMCC! The successful candidate will create innovative programs that promote student engagement, with a particular emphasis on developing programming in conjunction with Faculty and Staff that complements the student's Field of Interest. This position will also serve as support for student clubs and organizations, as well as their Advisors and Officers.

Student Life Manager (Student Services Manager)
Make a difference in the lives of students as the Manager of the Office of Student Life! Working collaboratively with faculty, staff, community members, and students, the manager will cultivate an engaging campus experience that encourages student involvement in student government, clubs, organizations, campus events, and programming. Specifically, the manager will ensure that SMCC has an active student government, a variety of active clubs and organizations, and a lively schedule of well-attended campus events and programming.

Vice President, Academic Affairs
The Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA) is the chief academic officer of the college. Reporting to the President, the Vice President will work closely with Faculty Senate cabinet officers, Deans, and Department Chairs. The VPAA will join a committed team of senior executives led by a visionary President and supported by excellent faculty and staff, many of whom have been at SMCC for a number of years.

Vice President, Student Affairs
The College is seeking an individual that wants to build and sustain an inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all students, staff, and faculty. The VPSA works collaboratively with faculty, staff, the President, and his executive team, as well as with system level leadership. The VPSA is dedicated to empowering, enriching, and transforming the lives of students and strengthening the local community through education

Disability Services Office Coordinator (Temp Level 1 - Office Coordinator - Disability Services)
The DRS Office Coordinator will coordinate the flow of the DRS Office including collaborating with other staff members to ensure student applications are processed according to District requirements.

Life Sciences Lab Tech (Laboratory technician)
Lab techs provide support for the SMCC Life Science academic laboratory by preparing and maintaining related equipment, facility space, supplies, computers and other resources used for instructional purposes. Applicants will be performing lab computations, maintaining and updating documentation, and utilizing computer software to compose documents and spreadsheets.

Tutor (Student Learning Facilitator, Tutor | Learning Resource Center | 3 Positions)
Come provide your expertise as a tutor in the college’s Learning Resource Center! This position provides learning assistance in the subjects of one or more of the following: Mathematics Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics); English; Accounting; Business Statistics; Computer Information Systems. This position provides tutoring for a total of five (5) hours per week. The LRC hours are Mon- Sat., 9:00 am - 9:00 pm; some evenings and weekends may be required.

TRiO Program Tutor (Student Learning Facilitator, Tutor | Trio Upward Bound | 3 Positions)
Tutors who provide learning assistance in the subjects of Mathematics, English, Science, and/or Accounting in support of TRiO Upward Bound student participants. This position provides tutoring at local area high schools on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons for a total of five (5) hours per week. Tutoring at Central High School is scheduled on Tuesdays from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm and at South Mountain High School on Thursdays from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Schedules may vary depending on program needs.

Academic Advisement Front Desk
Greeting visitors, assisting with phones and answering questions, data entry, assisting staff and students during New Student Orientation sessions

Biology Assistant
General Office duties to include but are not limited to: Documents; Filing/Scanning; Contacting Students via telephone; Data Entry; Errands; Property Control; Stocking classrooms with necessary supplies

Biology Lab Assistant
Job duties consist primarily of, but are not limited to, lab clean up: i.e. washing glassware (beakers, test tubes, etc.), cleaning and re-stocking of student labs; student lab break down; organization and inventory of lab supplies. Must be willing to work with and prepare reagents, and handle chemicals after receiving proper training. Additional work duties can be assigned by lab coordinators or lab technicians as needs arise. Work might include clerical duties; candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Suites.

Contact Center
Answering inbound calls, making outbound calls, light office work

Contact Center
Duties will include answering chats, light office duties and campus tours.

Disability Resources Office
Assist DRS representatives with general clerical duties including: Labeling and filing confidential student records; Scheduling appointments/meetings; Checking out student equipment; Organizing and filing returned student forms

Engineering Lab Assistant, Math, Science and Engineering
The lab assistant position is a dual job for both engineering and physics prep labs. Approximately 1 – 2 hrs per week may be in the Physics lab and the remainder in the Engineering lab. Job duties consist primarily of, but are not limited to: Lab and storeroom clean up; Gathering lab equipment; Maintaining lab equipment and supplies; Interaction with others who are learning how to use the Lab equipment.

Learning Resource Center
Meet and greet SMCC students, staff, faculty and partners that come in to Learning spaces; Provide front desk customer support for tutoring and calculator rentals; Assist students with connecting to tutoring services; Assist students with computer usage in the LRC areas.

Phi Theta Kappa Office
This student worker will work closely with the Phi Theta Kappa faculty coordinator/advisor to support and provide information to students about PTK, to support chapter business and activities. The student worker will report directly to the supervisor and periodically check-in throughout the day for daily duties and tasks.

Public Safety
Unlocks and locks buildings and classrooms; Provides a variety of assistance to persons using the college facilities; Position works with a diverse population of administrators, faculty, staff, students and the general public.

Recruitment and Outreach – Tours
Recruitment and Outreach and the Contact Center is seeking a student worker to support recruitment functions including general office assistance, making outbound calls, and participating in campus tours.

Sustainability Assistant
The Sustainability Assistant job duties include: Supporting the programs, initiatives, and resources related to sustainable practices; Collecting data and researches best practices related to sustainability initiatives; Helping prepare and write reports, and giving presentations from collected research

Vice President’s Office
This position is responsible to provide: Part-time office coverage for the Vice President's Office; Answer/route phone calls; Coordinate meetings and room reservations

Welcome Center
Provide essential services to new and continuing students, community members and guests over the phone, online, and in-person in order to support the Welcome Center and college efforts to ensure student success.

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Do you have questions about any of the jobs, or the application process?

Contact our Human Resources department at or call 602-243-8235.