When you work at ECC, you make bright futures possible.
Join a welcoming, diverse community!
Employees at Elgin Community College join a welcoming, diverse community of individuals who work hard every day to improve people's lives through learning.
We welcome applications for faculty, staff, and administrative positions. At every level, you'll enjoy competitive compensation, generous benefits, and the satisfaction of knowing that you're making valuable contributions to the community.
Location & Campus
Conveniently located halfway between Chicago and Rockford, ECC is easily accessible from several major highways. Our beautiful campus combines the serenity of a park-like setting with amenities like state-of-the-art educational facilities on a 145-acre campus.
We offer a competitive package of benefits, including:
- Medical and dental insurance
- Paid time off for vacation, illness, and holidays
- Tuition reimbursement
- Professional development
- Retirement savings program
- On-site child care
Apply for a Job
Join a diverse community of professionals who work hard every day to improve people's lives through learning. As an employee, you'll play an important role in creating a safe and welcoming learning environment for our students. We welcome new applications for a variety of opportunities.
Our employees say...
"It's rare that I feel like work is work. I love what I do, I'm part of an amazing team, and ECC is a great place to do what I love."
Maggie Im, MsED
Dual Credit Student Advisor
"I enjoy working at ECC because it's where anyone - regardless of background, ability, or difference - can receive an affordable, quality education."
Chasity Gunn, MFA
Instructor of English and Poet Laureate of Elgin
"I can challenge my students to do their best and see their happy faces when they accomplish something they thought they would never be able to."
TRiO Student Support Services and ESL Coordinator
"I enjoy working at ECC because the people I work with care about and support the college's mission. It's a pleasure to be around like-minded people."
Eric Semelroth, MFA