Jobs at IRSC
Indian River State College (IRSC) is a public, comprehensive college with a statewide and national reputation for excellence. Located in Florida’s Treasure Coast region, each of the College’s five campuses provide unparalleled educational environments for those residing in St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River and Okeechobee counties.
IRSC serves approximately 30,000 students annually and offers more than 100 programs leading to Bachelor’s degrees, Associate degrees, Technical Certificates and Applied Technology Diplomas. A premier institution for higher education, IRSC is recognized for its quality, affordability and convenience and is a key partner in the continuing development of the Treasure Coast region and as a national model for innovative use of technology in education.
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Applying for a Position with IRSC
All applicants for IRSC job openings apply electronically through our Workday Recruiting System. If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to apply or interview with us, contact the Human Resources Department at 772-462-7282.
IRSC requires all candidates to complete an online application and provides instruction manuals for internal and external candidates applying for open positions:
Additional materials, such as transcripts and certification documentation, are required for many positions. Be sure your application and attachments are complete and meet all the requirements outlined in the application instructions (above) before submitting your application. All application materials must be received in Human Resources by the application deadline stated on the vacancy announcement.
Indian River State College is an equal opportunity/equal access educational institution.
Is an employment application required?
Yes. A resumé or curriculum vitae cannot be substituted for a complete application. All application materials must be received in Human Resources by the application deadline stated on the vacancy announcement. In addition to the application, a cover letter, resume and copy of transcript(s) (if the position requires a degree) are required.
How are interviews scheduled and hiring determinations made?
Once employment applications are received and reviewed in Human Resources to ensure completion and that minimum requirements are met by the applicant, they are forwarded to the hiring supervisor for screening and determination of those applicants who will be contacted for an interview. After interviews and reference checks are completed, the hiring supervisor identifies the candidate considered as the best match for the position and makes a recommendation for hire through the appropriate Vice President.
Will I be notified when the position has been filled?
Yes. All qualified applicants are sent notification from the Human Resources Department that the position has been filled.
How long is my employment application kept on file at IRSC?
IRSC keeps application materials for four (4) years.
Does IRSC provide H1-B sponsorship?
IRSC does not provide H1-B visa sponsorship.
Who receives my employment application?
When you submit your adjunct application to IRSC, Human Resources forwards it to the appropriate instructional department(s) based on the discipline(s) of interest indicated on the IRSC Application for Certification as well as on the Adjunct Faculty Data Form.
What transcripts will I need to submit, and when should I order them?
Photocopies of transcripts must be received with an adjunct applicant’s application. If an applicant is selected for certification, he or she will be required to have official transcripts forwarded to IRSC. To be considered "official,” these transcripts must be received by the Human Resources Department directly from the institution attended. Transcripts provided by the applicant in a sealed envelope are not considered official. Official transcripts are required in accordance with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) in order to issue the IRSC teaching certificate.
If you wish to expedite IRSC certification, you have the option of requesting that official transcripts be sent from your educational institutions to IRSC as soon as your application has been submitted.
I turned in my employment application for an adjunct position. Why have I not had any response?
Once your application is processed by the Human Resources Department, it is forwarded to the instructional department(s) for the discipline(s) indicated. Applications are reviewed for current and foreseeable needs.
I already have a state teaching certification. Do I need to do more?
All full- and part-time faculty at IRSC must complete the IRSC teaching certification process in order to teach at IRSC. The state teaching certification utilized in the K–12 arena is not applicable at the college level.
I turned in my application for a posted adjunct position, but when I contacted the department, I was told there was not an opening available.
The adjunct disciplines posted on our website are listed with an ongoing need in order to build an adjunct applicant pool, and there may or may not be a current opening at any given time. The department reviews applications and contacts applicants for interviews when there is a need in the classroom.
I have never taught but would love to teach. Would I be considered as an adjunct without prior teaching experience?
Prior teaching experience is preferred but not a requirement for some of our positions. Refer to the position descriptions to review the qualifications, skills and requirements for the discipline(s) of interest. Some instructional areas that require one year of prior proven teaching experience are the college preparatory areas of Developmental Education and the Educational Preparation Institute (EPI).
What do you mean by “getting certified” to teach at IRSC? How does that happen?
“Getting certified” to teach at IRSC means that you have submitted all of the required documentation and have met all requirements set forth by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to teach a specific discipline. A step-by-step checklist is available to assist you with this process on the certification page of this website.