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Working at CCS

Working at CCS


Excellence. Access. Achievement. Stewardship. Respect.

Committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

With two campuses in Spokane and centers throughout the city and rural Eastern Washington, Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS) offers vast and varied employment opportunities. As one of the region’s largest employers, you’ll find career paths in almost every field imaginable.
Contact us at 509-434-5040 or
501 N Riverpoint Blvd., room 125, Spokane, WA

Pie chart demponstrating that the term "total compensation" is comprised of the following pieces: base salary, vacation, sick leave, health insurance and retirement
What is Total Compensation?

Your total compensation is your base salary PLUS vacation pay, sick leave pay, health insurance coverage, and retirement savings. The proportion of benefits and retirement savings varies depending on which programs you choose. When you see total compensation in a job posting, be aware that the total dollar amount includes all of these categories, not just take-home pay.

Faculty Perspective - Michele Moore

Michele Moore's education journey is a familiar tale: uncertainty, mixed with fear and trepidation, especially at the tougher courses like math and science. But as a student at SFCC, something spectacular happened -- her mind was opened.

Faculty Perspective - Ashley DeMoville

What is it like to work at CCS? Take a look at a day in the life with SFCC drama instructor Ashley DeMoville as she talks about the support and trust she receives and how that translates directly to the students.

Faculty Perspective - Jaye Hopkins

Jaye Hopkins is a beloved chemisty teacher at Spokane Community College. In this faculty perspective video Jaye talks about how great it is to work with students but she also talks about some of the benefits of working and living in Spokane.