Employment at Cascadia

We are seeking highly motivated individuals who are interested in being part of a small, friendly community, with a faculty and staff that are dedicated to meeting the needs of our students. We are the newest college in Washington state's community and technical college system, and  take great pride in our learning environment, as well as our focus on environmental stewardship and global awareness.

Cascadia College has earned a national reputation for excellence, with an integrated learning model and more than 70% of its students moving on to four-year programs. Our co-location with the University of Washington Bothell gives us access to the best community college library in the state.

Cascadia offers a variety of employment opportunities with comprehensive benefits packages, including tuition waivers and professional development. If you you need any application support, please check the Application Guide or call 1.855.524.5627. Thank you for your interest in Cascadia!

Job Openings: Full-Time Faculty & Non-Academic Positions

How To Apply

If you would like to see our current job openings, please click Employment at Cascadia College.

Please note: If you have not heard back from us within 30 days after the close date, we encourage you to visit our website for more employment opportunities.

Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employment

Cascadia College is committed to creating and supporting a diverse faculty, staff, and student population. Individual differences are celebrated in a community of learners focused on diversity, equity and inclusion. Applicants are encouraged to apply without regard to disabilities, race, color, religion, sex and/or gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, genetic information, marital or veteran status, or the presence of a non-job related medical condition.

Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process may make a request to the Human Resources Executive Director by calling 425.352.8880.

Job Applicant Privacy Notice

If you visit the employment pages of our website and apply for new job openings at Cascadia, your email will be used for that purpose only. Your email address will not be distributed to any third party. For more information, please see Cascadia's website privacy policy.

Job Openings: Associate/Part-Time Faculty

Associate Faculty (Various) - Part Time

Status: Accepting Applications Ongoing

Cascadia is accepting applications for all Associate Faculty positions for future quarters.
We are seeking applicants with expertise and/or interest in a learning outcomes-based interdisciplinary curriculum, alternative pedagogies, learning technologies, and collaborative work. Cascadia College is accepting applications for the 2019 - 2020 Academic Year in the following disciplines:

  • AF - Art
  • AF - Astronomy
  • AF - Biology
  • AF - Business Information Technology (Javascript & Intro to Programming)
  • AF - Chemistry
  • AF - Communication Studies
  • AF - Drama
  •  AF- English
  • AF - History
  • AF - Mathematics
  • AF - Physics
  • AF - Political Science

If you would like to apply for a quarterly Associate Faculty position, please click Employment at Cascadia College. For information about curriculum, responsibilities, important attributes, compensation and workload, conditions of employment, and union representations see About Associate Faculty. To learn more about the qualifications for teaching the disciplines we offer, see Associate Faculty Discipline Listings. Typically a Master's in the discipline is a minimum requirement. Please check the Associate Faculty Discipline Listings above for more information.

Please Note: For consideration in future quarters, application materials should be submitted as soon as possible. We only accept complete application packets via NEOGOV and will keep them in our online Recruitment Pool for a yearApplication materials become the property of Cascadia College.

Employee Benefits

Administrative Exempt, Classified, and Full-time Faculty Positions

Comprehensive benefits packages include:

  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Retirement Plan
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Optional Flexible Medical Spending Account (FSA) 
  • Optional Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP)
  • Optional SRA Tax Annuities
  • Optional Deferred Compensation Plan
  • Optional Home/Auto Insurance with Liberty Mutual
  • Optional Credit Union participation
  • Optional GET (Guaranteed Education Tuition) Program
  • Optional Long Term Care Insurance
  • Tuition Waiver

Health Insurance

Employee premiums for health insurance range depending on the plan and dependents covered.

  • • Two options for standard managed-care plans
  • • One value managed-care plan
  • • Two preferred provider options

Dental Insurance

  • One managed-care dental plan
  • One preferred provider dental plan

Life Insurance

  • $25,000 basic coverage and $5,000 accidental death and dismemberment coverage at no cost
    to the employee
  • Optional coverage for spouse, children, supplemental, optional, and additional accidental death
    and dismemberment coverage - all at additional cost to the employee

Long Term Disability Insurance

  • Basic Coverage: 90 day waiting period, $240 per month maximum
  • Optional Coverage: 30-60 day waiting period, 60% of gross pay - tax free (retirement plan still continues)

Retirement Plans

  • Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) - Plan 2 or Plan 3.Classified and civil service positions eligible to participate.
  • Teacher's Retirement System (TRS) - Plan 2 or Plan 3. Available for those who have been enrolled and vested in the past
  • State Board Retirement Plan administered through TIAA-CREF - full time faculty and administrative/exempt positions eligible to participate

The Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB)manages health, dental, life, and long term disability insurance. The Washington State Department of Personnel runs the Employee Assistance Program.

Part-Time Faculty Positions

A part time faculty member becomes eligible for benefits at the beginning of the second consecutive quarter of half time or more employment at one or more Washington state institutions of higher education. Spring and fall quarters are considered consecutive quarters for benefits eligibility. Half time is determined based on each institution's definition of full time.

A part time faculty member must qualify each quarter they teach to maintain eligibility. Once eligible, part time faculty will be notified of their benefit and retirement options.