ECC believes in helping employees balance all areas of their lives—work, home, health, recreation, and more. As an ECC employee, you’re a community member who works together for a common purpose while finding time to stay connected to what’s most important in your life.
Work/Life Balance Highlights
Our employees say…
"I am allowed to interact on some level with our amazing students, faculty and staff and at the end of each day, I hope in some small way that I am able to make a lasting impact on them as they have on me."
Staff – Technical Enrollment Facilitator
"It has given me the flexibility to put my family first while having a career that positively impacts the community I live in."
Staff – ABE Office Coordinator
"I enjoy working at ECC because of the satisfaction I get when students stop by our office for a visit and let us know that they have been successful at ECC because we took the time to listen and help them."
Staff – Office Coordinator
"I am part of an organization whose mission is helping people invest in themselves through education—what could be more satisfying?"
Staff – Director of Spartan Terrace
"I love working in an academic environment where the students, faculty, staff and administrators are so supportive of one another. The positivity is contagious!"
Staff – TLSD Office Coordinator
"It truly is a dream job. The people and the environment are awesome!"
Faculty – Econ (Adjunct)
"It really is a great place to work. My colleagues challenge and motivate me every day to be a better mathematics instructor. The support I feel here encourages me to try new things and maximize my capabilities. I tell my students that an ideal workplace is one where they feel challenged and have the support of their supervisors and colleagues. In my mind, I’m really describing ECC."
Faculty – Math
"I get to be a part of students' educational journeys, and I get to help them work hard to reach their goals. I feel so lucky to play a part in such an important part of their lives."
Faculty - English
"Teaching (our students) how to use great resources and seeing them succeed is so rewarding. Being just a small part of their journey is a privilege."