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Applying for Employment at Miami Dade College

* Important information regarding the online employment application:

  • To ensure full consideration, you must fill out the application completely.
    All fields marked with an asterisk (*) REQUIRE A RESPONSE.
  • Miami Dade College only accepts employment applications via our on-line process. Cover letters and resume/vita, if appropriate, must be attached where indicated.

  • All positions will be posted as "open until filled."
  • For best consideration:
    • Application packages should be received by the first review date.
    • For full-time positions, first review of applications will take place two (2) weeks from posting date; if necessary a second review will take place two (2) weeks after the first review. Other reviews may take place as needed until the position is filled.
    • For part-time positions, first review of applications will take place one (1) week after posting. Other reviews may take place as needed.
    • Positions may be posted even though a recommendation for employment has been submitted. Only when the hiring process has been completed (the position has been filled) will the posting be removed.
    • A second and third round of screenings may then be initiated, if necessary.
    • The College reserves the right to consider or not consider applications after the initial screening date.
    • Salary determinations for new hires are based upon a combination of education and work experience and generally do not exceed the midpoint of the assigned salary range.

Positions may be posted even though a recommendation for employment has been submitted. Only when the hiring process has been completed (the position has been filled) will the posting be removed.

For more information, please review the items below:

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Conditions of Employment

  • The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986, requires all employees to complete an Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 form no later than 72 hours from the date of employment. Failure to comply may result in termination of employment. For a list of acceptable documents in order to complete the I-9, visit http://www.mdc.edu/hr/OnlineForms/I9form.pdf.
  • A favorable background check and fingerprinting is a condition of employment. Prospects are responsible for paying the nonrefundable fee of $60.00.
  • MDC is a Direct Deposit/Check to Bank Employer. Compensation is by direct deposit/check to your financial institution and you will be required to complete the necessary Direct Deposit Enrollment form upon employment.
  • If selected, official transcripts for all college/university work, and three (3) original work related references are required as a condition of employment.

Getting Started

  • If you are a first-time user, you will be asked to create an account by providing an e-mail address and a password. Please make a record of your password.
  • This email address and password will allow you to return anytime to complete, revise, or check the status of your application.
  • If you return to apply for another position, you will be asked to sign in. If you provide the same email address and password, part of your application will be already filled out for you with the information from your previous application. Retention period for information is two (2) years.
  • Applicants who require reasonable accomodations may request it by contacting Human Resources at 305-237-2051 or through the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771.

Completing the Application

  • Submission of all requested materials is the responsibility of the applicant.

  • Application packages must be complete and accurate. Any discrepancies will not be judged in the applicants favor and may constitute denial of employment consideration. You must ensure that ALL Employment History is accounted for in your application package.

  • It is the applicant's responsibility to submit a separate application for EACH position, even if the same position is in multiple campuses.

Submission of Transcripts

  • Copies/unofficial transcripts for all college/university academic preparation, showing degree awarded, must be presented at interview date for all faculty/adjunct faculty/instructional positions for which you are applying. All degrees must be awarded by an accredited educational institution. The College is the final authority in determining appropriateness and/or applicability of all credentials.

  • If selected, official transcripts for all college/university work, and three (3) original work related references are required as a condition of employment.
  • Applicants, who have earned a degree from a foreign institution MUST attach to the application copies of the certified translation and evaluation from a NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, http://www.naces.org/) organization. The evaluation must be a course-by-course evaluation in the English language. The candidates are required to pay for the evaluation/translation services.

Clerical Positions

  • Applicants for positions requiring a Keyboarding Assessment must take and and meet the requirements of the Assessment prior to employment at MDC. Only final candidates interviewed will be required to take the assessment.
  • For Keyboarding, applicants must schedule an appointment with our testing department at any of the campuses listed below.
InterAmerican Campus
305-237-6041
Kendall Campus
305-237-2341
North Campus
305-237-1015
Wolfson Campus
305-237-3011

Screening Process of Application Packages

  • All applications are referred to the Hiring Departments for screening and interviewing. The Screening Committee evaluates, interviews, and recommends applicants to the hiring supervisor.
  • Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted by a member of the search committee or hiring supervisor.
  • Final candidates for clerical positions will be required to take the Keyboarding Assessment.
  • To avoid delay in the processing of your new hired paper work please make sure that the printed online application is signed by the employee.

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires that Miami Dade College obtain documentation, which verifies identity and substantiates his/her right to work in the United States within 72 hours of employment. The college reserves the right to contact past employers of applicants selected as finalists.
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