The California Community Colleges
(CCC) have approximately 80,000 employees. There are approximately 16, 000
full-time faculty and 7,000 administrators.
The CCC system will have numerous openings during the coming years.
The Registry was created to maintain a large-scale computerized database of the
names, addresses, and qualifications of professionals who are committed to
California Community College salaries rank among the best in the
United States. There is no single California lifestyle. There are community
colleges in mountain, desert, valley, seacoast, urban, suburban, and rural
As a member of the California Community College System you will be
in a key position to help shape California's unique multi-cultural society;
whether you work with students intent on transferring to four-year
institutions, help train a new generation to succeed in the 21st Century work
place, prepare a generation of new Americans for collegiate work, or perform
any of the other community functions for which our colleges are noted.
If you are interested in career employment or promotional
opportunities as a support staff/classified, faculty member or administrator,
you may place your name and qualifications in The Registry database now.
Your personal and professional data will be entered into The
Registry database and become accessible to the Human Resource Officers at the
108 public community colleges in California. Colleges using The Registry will
inform you of openings they believe you are interested in and qualified to
fill. Should you receive information on a job opening through The Registry, it
is your responsibility to apply for and pursue the position accordingly. The
Registry is a database and job bank search provider. Individuals are
responsible for applying to any listed positions.
Are you interested in teaching at a California Community College
(CCC)? Or would you like to find out what administrative positions are
The Registry can help in your search for employment at a California
Community College. By contacting The Registry at (800) 245-4157 you could be on
your way to completing your job search!
To add your name to the 19,000+ potential applicants already
enrolled, simply place your name and qualifications
in The Registry database now. Your name, address and qualifications
will be entered into The Registry database, which is exclusively accessed by
California Community College Human Resources officers. As positions become
available and colleges contact The Registry for lists of job-specific
applicants, you should begin receiving job announcements directly from CCC
District Human Resources offices.
It is your responsibility to follow-up with the individual colleges
regarding application packets, application deadlines, etc.
The minimum academic qualifications for faculty positions are
generally a master's degree in the subject area or its equivalent. For
vocational disciplines an associate degree with six years of relevant
occupational experience is the usual minimum requirement. Possession of a valid
California Community college credential also meets this requirement. Other
locally established equivalencies may apply. The minimum requirements for
administrative positions vary. Individual applicants are responsible for
checking with colleges directly to ascertain hiring requirements.
The California Community Colleges provide excellent salaries and
fringe benefits; comprise 108 colleges diverse in size, location, geography,
student body, staff; serve over 2 million students; and have a work force of
The California Community Colleges are equal opportunity employer institutions.