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In partnership with College leadership, Human Resources develops and delivers strategic, innovative, and efficient human resource programs and services designed to support the mission and employees of Rhodes State College. We succeed in our efforts by focusing on the mission of the college, by increasing individual and institutional effectiveness, and by supporting student success, active learning, and community engagement.

Our goal is to attract, support, and retain outstanding faculty, staff, and students at Rhodes State and to provide leadership and guidance that promotes excellence in organizational and individual performance.

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Employment Opportunities

We welcome your interest in working for Rhodes State College.  Please click on a button category below to filter available job postings. Click on the info button in the posting to view more details on a printable page.

Dean, Technology and Liberal Arts

The Dean, Technology and Liberal Arts is responsible for achieving the strategic & institutional effectiveness goals of the Division.

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Office Assistant, Dental Hygiene Clinic (Part-Time position)

This position does not include an appointment. Will work up to 16 hours per week during the Fall & Spring Semester (off during the Summer).

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Advisor 

The Advisor serves as a member of Student Affairs Division and subscribes to the philosophy of a team approach to proactive, intrusive advising and teaching, where student progress is the main priority.

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Development Database Specialist

The Development Database Specialist supports the work of the Development Office by managing the donor, alumni and constituent database (Raiser's Edge).

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College Admission, Registration and Enrollment (CARE) Center Specialist

The CARE Center Specialist will triage student inquiries to ensure their overall needs are addressed through connections with the proper personnel.

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Student Success Navigator

This position will focus on providing holistic and comprehensive outreach, onboarding, and support services to minority, adult, and low income students.

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Safety-Security Officer (part-time)

Hours of work will vary throughout the year. Work hours will be arranged on a weekly basis; and must be able to cover another work shift with only a few hours notice.

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Lead Teacher - (40 hours a week)

Planning, supervising and implementing the program for the assigned class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of the Early Learning Center

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Assistant Teacher - (30 hours a week)

Assisting the Lead Teacher in planning, supervising and implementing the program for the assigned class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of the Early Learning Center.

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Chair, Agriculture Technology

The Agriculture Technology Chair has the general responsibility for the leadership, strategic planning, operational management, course scheduling, budgeting oversight, faculty support and evaluation, assessment of student learning, and evaluation/continuing development of the Department/Program

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Chair, Engineering and Information Technology

The Chair has the general responsibility for the leadership of the Department.

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Instructor, Mechanical Engineering Technology

The Instructor has the responsibility for developing curricula and teaching Mechanical (MET) and Manufacturing Engineering (FMS) Technology courses for the Integrated Systems Technology Department.

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Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy Commander/Instructor

The School Commander of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy is responsible for overseeing the operation of the Training Academy at Rhodes State College.

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Adjunct Instructor/Trainer - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) and/or Manual Machining

Adjunct/Trainer Engineering Technology may teach in the area of CNC, CNC Programming, Manual mill, manual lathe, or related topics that support incumbent worker training and the emerging workforce.

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Adjunct Instructor/Trainer - Industrial Process Control Technology

Adjunct/Trainer Engineering Technology may teach in the area of PLC, Instrumentation, Process Troubleshooting, analog controls or related topics that support incumbent worker training and the emerging workforce.

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Adjunct Instructor – Electronic Engineering Technology

Responsibilities include teaching Electrical/Electronic classes and/or labs.

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Adjunct Instructor – Real Estate - Business Program

Responsibilities include instructing pre-licensing courses for students preparing to take the State of Ohio Real Estate Sales Agent Licensing Examination.

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Adjunct Instructor - Basic Peace Officer Academy

Teach courses in the Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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Adjunct Instructors – Accounting Instructor – Business Program

Instruct Accounting courses.

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Adjunct Instructors – Economics Instructor – Business Program

Instruct introductory economics courses.

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Adjunct Instructor - Mechanical Engineering Technology

Responsibilities include teaching classes and conducting labs.

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Adjunct Instructors – Chemistry

Adjuncts are needed to teach Chemistry lectures and labs.

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Adjunct Instructors – Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology

Teaching lectures and/or labs.

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Thank you for your interest in Rhodes State College, currently there are no positions available for this job category at this time. Please check back soon.

Meet our Team

Andrea Goings

Executive Director Human Resources, Title IX Coordinator
Goings.A@RhodesState.edu
(419) 995-8302

Trisha Russell

Associate Executive Director, Human Resources
Russell.TK@RhodesState.edu
(419) 995-8383

Betty Blumenstein

Administrative Assistant
Blumenstein.B@RhodesState.edu
(419) 995-8445

“James A Rhodes State College has a strong commitment to the principle of nondiscrimination in all its forms. In its admission, educational, extra-curricular and employment practices, athletics, social programs, and activities. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, ethnicity, color, sex (including pregnancy and parenting status), gender, gender identity or manifestation, genetic information, sexual orientation, religion, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX, 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Title II of the Americans with Disability Act, and applicable federal, state, or local laws and college policy”