About Valencia College Create a better tomorrow. Actually, more like 63,000 better tomorrows.
The winner of the inaugural Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, Valencia College is one of the largest community colleges in Florida, teaching more than 63,000 students annually. But it's our quality of education, not size, that truly makes us great. Our Honors program is viewed by the National Collegiate and Southern Regional Honors Council as one of the exemplary programs in the nation. The Orlando Sentinel dubbed our fine-arts faculty one of the best in the region, and director Steven Spielberg called our film program one of the best anywhere. But the opinions that matter most are those of our students, and 92% say we met or exceeded their expectations on overall quality of education.
At Valencia College, it’s more than just a job. We understand the importance of fostering a collaborative environment and achieving a true work/life balance. We’re seeking leaders. Inspirers. Motivators. Educational enthusiasts. Individuals who know that no matter what position they hold or job they perform, they play a role in helping our students achieve great things.
There are plenty of places to find employment, but at Valencia, you’ll find fulfillment. Valencia College is committed to providing employees with a competitive and comprehensive total rewards package. Your total rewards include significantly more than just your base pay. Our total rewards program offers a wide-ranging combination of pay, benefits, professional development and work/life balance in a meaningful, collaborative work environment.
Valencia Named One of Top 50 Employers for Efforts Recruiting HBCU Students and Graduates
Valencia College has been named by HBCU Connect as number 26 of its top 50 employers for recruitment efforts targeting students and graduates from our nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Valencia College is an equal opportunity institution. We provide equal opportunity for employment and educational services to all individuals as it relates to admission to the College or to programs, any aid, benefit, or service to students or wages and other terms, conditions or privileges of employment, without regard to race, ethnicity, color, national origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, sex/gender, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, pregnancy, and any other factor prohibited under applicable federal, state, and local civil rights laws, rules and regulations.