An Exceptional Place to Work
Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at Manchester Community College. MCC is not only a great place to receive a high quality education, but it’s also an exceptional place to work. MCC is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding people. It is a place where your expertise will be valued, your knowledge expanded and your abilities challenged.
Working together to fulfill our mission of being a “dynamic, student-centered and accessible community college that promotes and fosters the intellectual, cultural and economic vibrancy of our region”, we are always looking for dedicated, skilled employees to join our faculty and staff.
We hope you’ll take a look at our current job postings and consider applying for those positions that match your skills and educational background.
General Employment Expectations
It is expected that all individuals representing the CCSNH will conduct themselves ethically, honestly, and with integrity. Employees must transact CCSNH business in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations related to their positions and areas of responsibility, act in good faith, comply with regulatory and policy requirements, and adhere to all obligations assumed by the CCSNH. Individuals are responsible for keeping current with changes in applicable laws and regulations, and administrators and managers are responsible for monitoring compliance in their areas. As outlined in the CCSNH Handbook for Administrative, Managerial, Professional and Operating Support Staff (PDF) (Section 5) there are several guidelines for specific instances.
Conflicts of Interest
It is the policy of the CCSNH that its transactions with individuals and organizations outside of the CCSNH are conducted at all times on an ethical and arms-length basis. To this end, the primary consideration must be in the best interests of the CCSNH and its colleges. Consequently, decisions made in conducting such relationships and transactions must not be influenced by self-interest.
A conflict of interest exists when a person uses his or her influence, knowledge of the CCSNH events, and/or power or position to bring about a direct or indirect personal benefit from any business transaction with the CCSNH other than from his or her regular compensation. In order to avoid conflicts of interest, circumstances actually or potentially involving such conflicts must be promptly and fully disclosed to the employee’s supervisor or other college or CCSNH official.
Professional Responsibility for Faculty & Staff
As an academic community committed to teaching and service excellence, the CCSNH fosters a professional atmosphere that promotes the highest standards of professional conduct and integrity. It is expected that employees will demonstrate the highest standards of professional behavior; exercise professional judgment; perform their official duties effectively, efficiently, and with honesty, integrity, and fairness; be conscious of the need for the equitable treatment of all employees and students; and use institutional resources economically.
Note: All position postings are open until filled.
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