All MCCCD employees who qualify are encouraged to apply through the faculty transfer process.
To qualify as a faculty transfer applicant, an employee must be working in a MCCCD full-time classified staff or residential faculty position.
Specially Funded, Skill Center, adjunct, temporary, time card, short-term employees (including Athletic Specialists and One-Semester-Only or One-Year-Only MCCCD classified staff employees) are NOT internal applicants and are ineligible to apply through the faculty transfer process.
How to Apply
All qualified employees who are interested in a faculty transfer position must submit an online application through the internal online application process in their HCM Employee Self Service account. To access this, sign in to your HCM Employee Self Service Account, select Self Service, then Recruiting Activities, then Careers.
If you are a non-faculty employee or current faculty applying to teach a different discipline, you must submit an online application by midnight on the faculty transfer closing date. The application must include:
- Cover letter
- Unofficial transcripts
If you are a current faculty teaching in the same discipline, you must submit an online application by midnight on the faculty transfer closing date. Simply complete your basic profile (name, address, etc.) and submit the application to the appropriate posting # along with:
- Cover letter
- (It is not necessary to include unofficial transcripts)
NOTE: It is no longer necessary to submit separate applications packets to the college (i.e. President, Vice-President, Department Chair).
Maricopa Community Colleges is undergoing a review of all staff positions and titles, known as a classification and compensation study. As a result of this review, official job titles for currently posted positions could change. Any such change will be effective October 16, 2017. This review does not impact the job duties and has no impact on starting salary. This review is applicable for all currently posted, full time staff positions, including short term and specially funded positions. Faculty positions are not impacted by this review.
The purpose of this study is to develop an equitable, consistent, and competitive classification and compensation plan district-wide. The study allows Maricopa to attract and retain talent, create opportunities for growth and development within an appropriate salary structure framework that is flexible and responsive to changing economic conditions, supports the mission and vision of Maricopa, and is fiscally responsible. If you would like to learn more about the study, please visit https://hr.maricopa.edu/classification-and-compensation