Hiring Process

Candidates interested in employment with Lincoln Land Community College must apply to a specific position. General applications will not be accepted. Additionally, only applications submitted through the employment opportunities website will be accepted. Faxed, mailed or dropped off applications will not be accepted.

 

Staff positions come open when there is an actual vacancy to fill. Upon submission of your application, you will receive a confirmation email and emails will go to those individuals you listed as a professional reference. A committee made up of the hiring manager and other employees will review and rate all applications and identify whom they wish to interview. The Human Resources office will call those selected for an interview. Those not selected for an interview or for the position will be notified of that via email. It can take several weeks to complete the hiring process.

If you have questions about the online application, your application status or a position. please email Tina.Compton@llcc.edu in the Human Resources office.

Faculty positions come open when there is an actual vacancy to fill. Upon submission of your application, you will receive a confirmation email and emails will go to those individuals you listed as a professional reference. A committee made up of the department dean and other faculty and staff will review and rate all applications and identify whom they wish to interview. The Human Resources office will call those selected for an interview. Those not selected for an interview or for the position will be notified of that via email. It can take several weeks to complete the hiring process.

If you have questions about the online application, your application status or a position, please email Tina.Compton@llcc.edu in the Human Resources office.

Adjunct positions come open when there is an actual need or assignment. In some instances, a position will be posted to build a pool of qualified candidates for future use.

Upon submission of your application, you will receive a confirmation email and emails will go to those individuals you listed as a professional reference. The department dean and faculty coordinators review all applications and identify whom they wish to interview. The department dean will call those selected for an interview. Those not selected for an interview or for the position will be notified of that via email. It can take several months for departments to complete the review of submitted applications.

For online teaching positions ONLY, the QM certification listed in the qualifications is required; therefore, applicants that do not have this certification will not be considered.

If you have questions about the online application, your application status or an adjunct position, please email Tera.Spellbrink@llcc.edu in the Human Resources office.

Contractual positions come open when there is an actual need or assignment. In some instances, a position will be posted to build a pool of qualified candidates for future use.

Upon submission of your application, you will receive a confirmation email. All applicants will get a response to the final status of their application either by a phone call for an interview or email. The hiring manager will conduct the review of applications, identification of candidates for interview, and final selection for the position.

If you have questions about the online application, your application status or the position, you may contact the department directly or email Tina.Compton@llcc.edu in the Human Resources office.

Current LLCC students enrolled in at least six credit hours a semester (with the exception of the summer semester) who are making satisfactory academic progress and not on academic probation or suspension are eligible for student worker positions. These part-time opportunities exist at all LLCC locations.

Students cannot work more than 20 hours per week and the work schedule for each position are included in the vacancy posting on the website. Interested students should view our Student Jobs page to learn how to become a student worker, what qualifications are necessary and what positions are available.

If you have questions about the online application, your application status or the position, you may contact the department directly or email Tina.Compton@llcc.edu in the Human Resources office.