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Employment Opportunities at the Mount!

Here at the Mount we strive to create an environment where students and employees feel comfortable and where new ideas and perspectives are encouraged and rewarded. We will continuously search for the common good, respect and honor our differences and make them work for the advantage of all. We are committed to attracting the best faculty and staff for our students, regardless of age, race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, disability, or lifestyle. A job at MWCC isn’t just a job, it is a rewarding career within a caring community.

Benefits of working at MWCC

Our full-time employees and faculty enjoy a generous benefits package, including retirement plans, twelve health insurance options, dental care, and life and long-term disability insurance. Education and lifelong learning are valued here and our tuition program assists with access to education at Massachusetts’ public colleges and universities for full-time employees and their spouses and children.

Mount Wachusett Community College is located 60 miles west of Boston and 28 miles north of Worcester. Several state and national parks, including the Appalachian Trail, the White Mountains, the Berkshires and the Green Mountains are a day-trip away. The area’s unrivaled cultural opportunities include the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Worcester Art Museum, the Fitchburg Art Museum, and more. North Central Massachusetts is home to excellent public, charter, and private schools as well as an affordable lifestyle. The ACCRA cost of living index for first quarter 2009 indicates that the Fitchburg-Leominster Metro Area is the least expensive urban area to live in throughout all of New England! In addition, according to the North Central Massachusetts Economic Development Council (NCMEDC), Mount Wachusett Community College is recognized as one of the top 20 employers in North Central Massachusetts.

  • The Group Insurance Commission   (GIC) administers health insurance for eligible state employees, retirees, and their dependents and survivors. A MWCC employee is eligible to enroll in GIC health insurance if the employee is hired into a benefitted position and the employee’s regular work schedule is at least 50% of full-time hours.Employee Health and Other Insurance Benefits

Discover the many benefits available to Mount Wachusett Community College employees.  The list below represents just a few of the perks we offer to faculty and staff. If you would like further information please don’t hesitate to contact us.

  • Cafe - extensive menu of hot, cold and/or healthy food selections. Dine in the South Café, the North Café, or the faculty lounge.
  • Diversity Opportunities - including Diversity Committee, special events, Partnership for Latino Success, and Minority Coalition to name a few
  • Employee Events - special events such as new employee orientation, art department-sponsored events, support staff appreciation luncheon and Employee Service Awards
  • Bookstore - Follett Campus Bookstore discount
  • Professional Development & Wellness Workshops
  • Personal Enrichment Classes
  • Mount Fitness discounts
  • LaChance Library
  • Theatre at the Mount shows
  • And much more!

The College seeks to ensure that all faculty, administrators and staff members enjoy the highest level of professional development.

Internal Opportunities
Information and training opportunities are coordinated by the Division of Human Resources for general and specific groups of employees at the College. Such opportunities are generally shorter in duration and presented in a forum and at a time conducive to having as many employees participate as possible. Topics addressed throughout the year are typically developed by surveying all college employees for areas of interest at least once per year

External Opportunities
Employees also have the opportunity to apply for funding to support attendance at conferences or training hosted by professional associations. A multi-disciplinary committee reviews requests to support off-site professional development that may be specific to certain academic fields. The committee reviews requests on a monthly basis throughout the academic year and seeks to optimize the effect of the available resources by ensuring all segments of the College have access to some professional development opportunities. Employees are encouraged to come back from any conference or training event they attend and share the information across the campus.

The Division of Human Resources assists with establishing professional development opportunities with the following objectives in mind:

  • Increasing individual and group professional development opportunities through the promotion of internal and external programs and resources.
  • Sponsoring programs and presentations for the College community.
  • Improving the dissemination of information on innovative research projects for improving instruction, management or services.
  • Collaborating with other groups to promote professional development.
  • Developing and orienting new employees.
  • Recognizing deserving employees.

Regular benefited employees are entitled to a tuition waiver for themselves and dependent family members for all courses offered at a state or community college or university as described in the Board of Higher Education Tuition remission Policy. MWCC tuition waiver covers 100% of the employee and 50% of spouse and children.


Search Faculty and Staff Jobs

We hope you will consider applying for one of our open position and discover what our current faculty and staff know, MWCC is a great place to work! Our extensive offerings are posted on our Interview Exchange site .

Annual Security Report

In compliance with the requirements of the Clery Act, the following information is provided to you as a prospective employee: Annual Security Report 2022 (PDF)

For additional information on the content of the report or to receive a printed copy of the report please contact: Pete Sennett

Vaccine Requirement

Note: MWCC will require all faculty and staff to be fully vaccinated by January 2022. Face coverings are required while indoors on campus. Please visit MWCC’s COVID-19 information page for additional information.