Santa Rosa Junior College is located in the semi-rural area approximately 50 miles north of San Francisco and serves the diverse populations of Sonoma County and portions of Marin and Mendocino Counties. Exquisite landscapes offer recreational activities close to lakes, rivers, hills, vineyards and the Pacific coastline. Well-known for its rich local culture, strong agricultural roots and storied history, Sonoma County has traditionally drawn many talented residents to its substantial urban amenities of fine schools and colleges, business centers, hospitals, and performing arts centers. The region offers a delightful mix of urban and rural living environments.
SRJC offers competitive salaries and great benefits
- Top-notch health care options, including family options and no- and low-cost employee contribution
- Dental, vision, life insurance, and long-term disability
- Pension retirement benefits
SRJC has a positive employee culture and a diverse, equity-minded population
- Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO)
- Embracing a Culture of Inclusion (ECI) program, with a goal of providing a work environment that is welcoming and equitable with the opportunity for all cultures and perspectives to thrive
- A variety of affinity groups
- At SRJC, we value our employees and understand that a balance of work and time off is vital.
- Employees receive 15 holidays and a minimum of 12 vacation days annually.
- On-campus events and engagement opportunities
- Performing arts
- Open lectures
- Community events
- SRJC Professional Development promotes an environment of collegiality, fosters inquiry and exploration, and encourages excellence in the education, and success of students with opportunities for all members of the college community to engage.
- Dedicated Professional Development Activity days
- Leadership academy
- Ongoing professional development opportunities
- Course fee reimbursement for job-related courses, such as languages, wellness, etc.
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