Employment

This page includes information about current vacancies in the Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner and on searches being run by the Council on Postsecondary Education. The Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner is an AA/EEOD employer and values diversity. Salary ranges can be found on the OPC non-union, non-classified pay plan.

Information on vacancies at the public institutions can be found on their employment websites: 

Employment at URI  |  Employment at RIC  |  Employment at CCRI

Current vacancies: 

OFFICE OF THE POSTSECONDARY COMMISSIONER

Specialist, Postsecondary Policy

This individual is responsible for providing essential coordination and facilitation of policy and leadership functions for the Office of the Commissioner. A Bachelor's Degree in education or a related field is required with at least 3 years related experience. A Master’s Degree in education, public administration or related field preferred.

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WESTERLY EDUCATION CENTER

No vacancies at this time.

 


RHODE ISLAND NURSING EDUCATION CENTER

 

Facilities Coordinator, RI Nursing Education Center

This individual is responsible for oversight of the RINEC facility and coordination of facilities services within the RINEC tenant space. The application, hosted on the RIC website, includes a button for candidates to upload additional documents. Upon hire, the candidate will be required to arrange for an official transcript of highest degree earned to be mailed/transmitted directly from the institution to the Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner.

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Simulation Specialist, RI Nursing Education Center

This individual is responsible for operation and maintenace of all simulation equipment at the RINEC. The application, hosted on the RIC website, includes a button for candidates to upload additional documents. Upon hire, the candidate will be required to arrange for an official transcript of highest degree earned to be mailed/transmitted directly from the institution to the Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner.

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