Seattle Job Openings – Director, Communications & Marketing and Dean, Basic & Transitional Studies

Seattle Job Openings – Director, Communications & Marketing and Dean, Basic & Transitional Studies

Our friends at Seattle Community Colleges have many great job opportunities for those who are interested in education.  Here are a couple of thier currently open positions:

Director, Communications & Marketing

The Director of Communications and Marketing is a full-time, administrative (exempt) position at Seattle Central Community College (SCCC). This position is responsible for executing communication and marketing strategies; development of projects, events, and services in an effort to build a better understanding of — and support for — programs and services within the college and the greater community. The Director establishes communications programs to enhance the college’s image, increase enrollment, and build support for college programs and services among community members and local and state government.

Additionally, this role will be responsible for college communication strategies and activities specifically coordinating with the Development office to market major college events and community relations, including responsibility and/or support for (annual scholarship dinner, Spring Into Seattle Central annual outreach open house, Farmer’s Market, etc), emergency preparedness, graphic services, marketing, media relations, publications, and Web services. This position reports to the college President and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council.

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Dean, Basic & Transitional Studies

This is a full-time, administrative exempt position at Seattle Central Community College (SCCC). The Dean will be responsible for leading and managing the division’s academic programs as well as collaboratively developing and articulating a vision with faculty, staff, exempt, students, and the community to provide quality curriculum and programs.

Reporting to the Vice-President for Instruction, the successful candidate will have an outstanding record of leadership in higher education, exceptional interpersonal skills, ability to demonstrate cultural competency and communicate and work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds such as racial, ethnic, religious, linguistic, gender, age, sexual orientation, socioeconomic, and with diverse physical and learning abilities.

The  Dean supervises all of the Full-Time, Priority Hire, and Non Priority Hire faculty which ranges from 25-40 people. The Dean also supervises the Fiscal Specialist (Classified), Assistant to the Dean/Work-Study Supervisor (Classified), and the Division Manager (Exempt).

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To see additional job openings at Seattle Community Colleges, please go to their career page.  If you’re interest in any career opportunities there, please contact Martin Logan, Recruiting & HRIS Specialist, Employee Services, directly at

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