Careers at SSCC

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Are you looking for a career that can help you shape the future? Come work for Southern State Community College where you can be part of something great. A career at SSCC gives you the opportunity help our community, our state, and our country thrive by guiding and helping grow the minds of the future. Come be the change you hope to see, because one changed life can lead to a changed world.

Leading as an Administrator

An Administrator is an SSCC employee who works in a position of leadership for the college. Administrator positions may include working in Academics, Student Affairs, Business, Information Technology or many other areas. Administrator positions may be made to any of SSCC's four campuses located in Hillsboro, Mt. Orab, Washington Court House, and Wilmington.

Online Application Procedures

SSCC accepts applications for Administrative positions as they are posted. Applications remain active for one year.

Specific qualifications for each Administrative position can be found on the individual postings.

Application materials for Administrative positions are reviewed by the appropriate hiring manager and appointments are made by the Department of Human Resources.

Administrative Compensation Schedule

Payment of salaries is made on the 15th and last day of each month after all necessary paperwork has been submitted to the Department of Human Resources. Administrative employees are eligible to receive benefits and are required to participate in the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (OPERS) or an approved ARP.

Helping as a Staff Member

A staff member is an SSCC employee who works either part-time or full-time for the college. Staff positions may include working under Academics, Student Affairs, Business, Information Technology or many other areas. Staff member positions may be made to any of SSCC's four campuses located in Hillsboro, Mt. Orab, Washington Court House, and Wilmington.

Online Application Procedures

SSCC accepts applications for Staff positions as they are posted. Applications remain active for one year.

Specific qualifications for each Staff position can be found on the individual postings.

Application materials for Staff positions are reviewed by the appropriate hiring manager and appointments are made by the Department of Human Resources.

Staff Member Compensation Schedule

Payment of salaries is made on the 15th and last day of each month after all necessary paperwork has been submitted to the Department of Human Resources. Full Time Staff members are eligible to receive benefits and are required to participate in the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (OPERS) or an approved ARP. Part Time Staff members are ineligible to receive benefits but are required to participate in the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System.

Guiding as a Faculty Member

A faculty member is a full time SSCC instructor who teaches ordinarily 15 or more credit hours during any semester of the academic year. Faculty appointments may be made to any of SSCC's four campuses located in Hillsboro, Mt. Orab, Washington Court House, and Wilmington.

Online Application Procedures

SSCC accepts applications for Faculty positions as they are posted. Applications remain active for one year.

Specific qualifications for each Faculty position can be found on the individual postings.

Application materials for Faculty positions are reviewed by each academic department and appointments are made by the academic deans on an as needed basis. As class assignments become available, the hiring department may contact you to request your official transcripts and additional information.

Faculty Compensation Schedule

Payment of salaries is made on the 15th and last day of each month after all necessary paperwork has been submitted to the Department of Human Resources. Faculty employees are eligible to receive benefits and are required to participate in the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) or an approved ARP.

Teaching as a Part-time Instructor

A part-time faculty member (Adjunct) is an SSCC instructor who teaches ordinarily 12 or fewer credit hours during any semester of the academic year. Part-time faculty appointments may be made to any of SSCC's four campuses located in Hillsboro, Mt. Orab, Washington Court House, and Wilmington.

Online Application Procedures

SSCC accepts applications for Adjunct positions on a continuous basis. Applications remain active for one year.

Specific qualifications for each Adjunct position can be found on the individual postings.

Application materials for Adjunct positions are reviewed by each academic department and appointments are made by the academic deans on an as needed basis. As class assignments become available, the hiring department may contact you to request your official transcripts and additional information.

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Part-time Faculty Compensation Schedule

Payment of salaries is made on the 15th and last day of each month after all necessary paperwork has been submitted to the Department of Human Resources. Adjunct Faculty members are ineligible to receive benefits but are required to participate in the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS).

Part-time faculty employment arrangements are subject to the sufficiency of legislative appropriations, the pertinent provisions of the Ohio Revised Code and the official actions of the Board of Trustees. The agreements create no expectation of future employment and the college maintains sole discretion in choosing to offer or not offer future teaching opportunities.

SSCC 2016-2017 Part-time Faculty Salary Rates:

The rate of pay per credit hour for part-time faculty is based on the combination of the degree that the part-time faculty member has earned and the number of credit hours taught by the date of hire.

Credit Hours Taught Bachelor B + 18 Master Doctorate
0-20 $375 $398 $428 $450
21-40 $383 $413 $443 $465
41-60 $390 $428 $458 $480
61-80 $398 $443 $473 $495
81-100 $405 $458 $488 $510
101-120 $413 $473 $503 $525
121-140 $420 $488 $518 $540
141-160 $428 $503 $533 $555
161-180 $435 $518 $548 $570
181-200 $443 $533 $563 $585
201 + $450 $548 $578 $600

Investing as a Supplemental

SSCC provides interesting and challenging supplemental employment for people wanting part-time work adaptable to their personal schedules and needs. We appreciate this assistance and could not meet our mission without it. Supplemental positions may include coaching positions, coordinator positions, advisor positions or other time-investment opportunities. Supplemental positions may be made to any of SSCC's four campuses located in Hillsboro, Mt. Orab, Washington Court House, and Wilmington.

Online Application Procedures

SSCC accepts applications for Supplemental positions as they are posted. Applications remain active for one year.

Specific qualifications for each Supplemental position can be found on the individual postings.

Application materials for Supplemental positions are reviewed by the appropriate hiring manager and appointments are made by the Department of Human Resources.

Supplemental Compensation Schedule

Payment of salaries is made on the 15th and last day of each month after all necessary paperwork has been submitted to the Department of Human Resources. Supplemental employees are ineligible to receive benefits but are required to participate in the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (OPERS).

Learning as a Student Employee

Interested in working on campus for some extra cash? The Federal Work Study Program gives students an opportunity to work part-time on campus and gain work experience at the same time. Students can earn extra money by working no more than 15 hours a week in such areas as office services, student activities and lab assisting.

In order to be eligible, a FAFSA must be on file at Southern State indicating a demonstrated need. Students must be enrolled in at least six semester hours at Southern State. A background check will be performed on applicants prior to placement in a position.

Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.

Student Employment Compensation Schedule

Payment of salaries is made on the 15th and last day of each month after all necessary paperwork has been submitted to the Department of Human Resources. Student Workers are ineligible to receive benefits but are required to participate in the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (OPERS).

Student Employment opportunities may not always be posted and contacting the Office of Financial Aid is advised for information on current opportunities. Posted Student Employment positions can be found here.

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