TSTC will hire approximately 40 faculty and staff members, including instructors, student recruiters, and custodial and maintenance workers. Rhiannon Hastings, TSTC’s human resources department manager, said they are ready to begin the interviewing and hiring processes immediately.
“We’re looking to fill our positions quickly with qualified candidates,” said Hastings. “We’re looking for people with experience in their field who are dedicated to helping students succeed.”
Hastings said she encourages qualified candidates from the local community as well as TSTC alumni to apply.
“This is a brand-new campus, giving our new hires an opportunity to forge a new way,” she said. “We are one TSTC, but each campus has its own culture that’s defined by its people.”
Hastings added that those who work for TSTC have the chance to inspire and change lives. TSTC is also a state institution, meaning faculty and staff are considered state employees who can take advantage of competitive pay and benefits packages.
“This is a chance to be part of a wonderful company with a great future in Fort Bend County,” said Vice Chancellor and Chief Execution Officer Randy Wooten. “We are looking for qualified folks to join our mission in helping our students achieve the American dream of success and a great job that will build prosperous futures for themselves and their families.”
The new openings are a result of technologies being added to TSTC’s Fort Bend County campus. There are already 10 technologies with certificate and associate degree tracks offered, and the Brazos Center will house four additional programs: Electrical lineworker technology, robotics and industrial automation technology, electrical power and controls technology and environmental technology – compliance specialization.
Wooten said TSTC is looking for faculty who have real, relevant and recent experience in their field and want to pass those skills on to the next generation and for staff who want to be part of a team they can be proud of in a great place to work.
“These new programs, along with our current technologies, quickly lead to great, in-demand jobs with high salaries,” he said. “We’re looking for smart, energetic people for a variety of positions. I encourage them to come take a look at us.”
Wooten added that most people who work for TSTC stay for many years because of the family-like atmosphere and their passion for making a difference in someone’s life.
“We support each other here,” he said. “When you work for TSTC, you are doing something worthwhile.”
To review the job postings or to apply for a position, please visit www.tstc.jobs or call TSTC human resources at 254-867-2373.