Job Openings

Fort Scott Community College is accepting applications for the following positions. Applications can be obtained online or at the reception desk in the Administration Building, 2108 S. Horton, Fort Scott, Kansas. Applications are required for all positions. Resumes’ and/or cover letters can be submitted with the application. For instructor positions, transcripts are required (can be unofficial). Applications can be sent to Juley McDaniel or faxed to (620)768-2930. EOE.

SEK-CTEC Administrative Assistant

Administrative assistant experience or bachelor’s degree in a related field.  Self-starter, organized, punctual, and able to meet strict deadlines.  Must possess quality writing skills.  Experience with QuickBooks and Microsoft Programs preferred.  Ability to maintain confidentiality.  Belief in the mission and core values of FSCC and secondary education.

Department: Workforce Development/CTEC
Review Date: Position will remain open until filled.
Full Job Description: PDF icon CTEC Admin Asst.pdf

Nursing Instructor (multiple positions)

Licensed to practice professional nursing in Kansas and any other state with students in clinical experience (Missouri).  Master’s Degree in Nursing, preferably in the theory/clinical area being taught, or Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing, provided:

  • There is adequate guidance and supervision from MSN prepared faculty.
  • A degree plan for a Masters in Nursing is in place.  Note: KSBN requires degree completion in six years; however the program prefers completion in two years.
Department: Nursing
Review Date: Position will remain open until filled.
Full Job Description: PDF icon NU01Nursing Instructor.pdf

KJCCC Commissioner

Job Summary

The KJCCC Commissioner is responsible for the management, administration, and coordination of all phases of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC).  The Commissioner monitors and administers the rules and regulations of the KJCCC and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for the 21 KJCCC schools.  The Commissioner serves as the primary spokesperson for the Conference, the primary liaison to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), and a liaison between the Presidents, Athletic Directors, Coaches and groups associated with each sport. The Commissioner will assure appropriate officiating for all sports, and provide overall administrative leadership and management for the KJCCC.  The Commissioner reports to the KJCCC Executive Committee (Past President, Current President and Incoming President of the KJCCC schools). 

Essential Job Functions

-Maintain a high quality intercollegiate athletic program

-Provide enthusiastic leadership and promote the Conference

-Serve as an NJCAA Region VI Directors or as an NJCAA Officer 

-Represent and relate the college’s views at meetings involving the National Junior College Athletic Association, Kansas Jayhawk Conference and Region VI of the NJCAA when applicable.

-Ensure compliance with all NJCAA and KJCCC rules.

-Conduct investigations as deemed appropriate and assess penalties as needed

-Consult with the NJCAA officials when appropriate for clarification of NJCAA rules and regulations.

-Organize and direct the scheduling of conference sports

-Organize and direct the hiring and evaluation of sports officials


Education Level

A Master’s Degree is preferred from a regionally accredited institution of higher education recognized by the US Department of Education.  A Bachelor’s degree is required.

About the KJCCC

The KJCCC is made up of 21 two-year colleges in Kansas, including the 19 community colleges, Northwest Tech and Hesston College.  The conference is part of the NJCAA’s Region VI.

How to apply

For a complete job description and to apply visit or send a resume to Coffeyville Community College at 400 W 11th, Coffeyville, KS 67337 Attn: Human Resources.  The KJCCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


KJCCC Commissioner Position Description


Department: The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC)
Review Date: Position will remain open until filled.

Head Power Lifting/Strength and Conditioning Coach

Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree preferred.  NSCA (CSCS) or CSCCA (SCCC) certification is required.  CPR certification is required.  Must possess excellent organizational skills, effective communication and interpersonal skills, and an ability to work productively with coaches, staff and student-athletes.  Strength and conditioning experience within an intercollegiate athletics environment is preferred.  Valid driver’s license.

Department: Athletics
Review Date: Friday, October 7, 2022
Full Job Description: PDF icon AT29 Strength and Conditioning.pdf

CDL Drivers

Must have Class B CDL with air brake and passenger endorsement and current DOT medical card.  

Department: Logistics
Review Date: Position will remain open until filled.
Full Job Description:

Administrative Assistant, Nursing Department

High School Graduate with additional college course work.  High-level typing and keyboarding skills.  Knowledge and demonstrated skill in Microsoft Office programs.  Demonstrates business English; including grammar, spelling, and punctuation.  Written, verbal, and phone communication skills.  Ability to proofread course, department, and correspondence documents.  Professional appearance and approach to others.  Demonstrates teamwork, commitment, and flexibility.  Self-starter, organized, punctual, able to meet strict deadlines.

Department: Nursing
Review Date: Friday, October 28, 2022

Adjunct Instructors - English, Math, Developmental Math, Sociology

Face to face instruction for all semesters, including summer.  Masters Degree with at least 18 graduate hours in subject area required.

Department: Instruction
Review Date: Position will remain open until filled.
Full Job Description: PDF icon FA001Adjunct Instructor.pdf