Current Job Openings
Director of Library Services
Trinidad State Junior College seeks a Director of Library Services for Trinidad State Junior College (TSJC) for its Trinidad and Valley campuses. The position is primarily responsible to provide innovative technology, unrestricted access to information, and the instructional resources necessary to enlighten and empower Trinidad State Junior College’s students, staff, and community to achieve their educational, professional, and personal goals. The Library serves both in-person and online learners at the Trinidad and Valley campuses. The Director of Library Services provides leadership, direction and coordination of all library services and resources. Managing student personnel, this person leads efforts towards a learning commons model with an emphasis on digital resources and emerging technologies. This person is responsible for overseeing library services, coordinating strategic planning and assessment, hiring library hourly and work study staff and managing the library budget while sustaining a service-orientated and innovative library to support teaching and learning. The continued growth and development of essential library services on both campuses will be a priority. Learn more about this employment opportunity (pdf)
Adjunct Instructors for Physics, Astronomy, Math, English, College Composision & Reading, and Music
Trinidad State Junior College is seeking adjunct instructors for Physics, Astronomy, Math, English, College Comprehension & Reading, and Music courses for its Trinidad campus. Master’s Degree required and relevant experience preferred. For more information contact the Dean of Arts & Sciences at . Review of applications is ongoing.
Trinidad State Junior College is seeking models for figure drawing on its Trinidad campus. For more information contact Vilas Tonape via email at .
TSJC is an equal opportunity institution.
Notice To All Applicants
Former employees of the Colorado Community College system or one of its 13 colleges, who were disciplinarily terminated or resigned in lieu of termination, must disclose this information on your application/within your application materials. All materials submitted become the property of Trinidad State Junior College and will not be returned. The State of Colorado must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act/1986. If hired, you will be required to provide documents to show your identity and authorization to work. This law applies to all persons hired. Colorado fiscal rules require all new employees to be on direct deposit.
About Trinidad State Junior College
Trinidad State Junior College, located in Trinidad, Colorado, is a state-supported, two-year institution of higher education. The College was established by an act of the State Legislature in 1925, and is the oldest public two-year college in the State of Colorado. The College's Service Area includes eight rural counties characterized by low population density and small communities. One campus is located in Trinidad and is a residential campus while the other, located in Alamosa, is a commuter campus. Both campuses serve distinct populations. As a comprehensive Community College, Trinidad State Junior College not only offers ongoing transfer Associate of Arts Degree and Associate of Applied Science (vocational) Degree programs, but also has developed and implemented numerous successful short-term vocational certificate programs, and totally inclusive adult education and developmental programs.
For information regarding Trinidad State Junior College Security, including crime statistics for the Trinidad and Alamosa campus and surrounding area, please see the Trinidad State Junior College Campus Security website at: http://www.trinidadstate.edu/about-tsjc/general-information/campus-security - For a hard copy report please contact 719-846-5618
The Valley Campus
The Trinidad State Junior College Valley Campus is located in the San Luis Valley, which consists of six counties: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande, and Saguache. Located in a broad, mostly flat valley, as much as 100 miles long and 75 miles wide, with an elevation of 7,500 feet at the Valley floor, the region is rimmed by high mountains to the north, east, and west, with elevations up to 14,345 feet. The Rio Grande River rises in the western part of the region and flows south into New Mexico. The region has an area of 8,180 square miles and a population of approximately forty thousand people. Major communities in the Valley include Alamosa, Monte Vista, Del Norte, Center, Antonito, Manassa, San Luis, La Jara, Sanford, Creede, and Saguache.
Trinidad State Mission Statement
Trinidad State's mission is to enrich the lives of our diverse communities by providing quality educational experiences and promoting lifelong learning.