Thank you for your interest in employment with Oakland Community College.  We are the largest community college in the state of Michigan, with five campus sites, serving more than 28,000 students.  The College employs over 2,200 full-time and part-time employees, offers competitive wage and benefit packages and prides itself on being an employer that respects and encourages diversity in its community.

human resources

The Human Resources Department serves the administration, faculty, staff and student workers and supports OCC's mission and goals in responding to human resources needs.  HR is responsible for personnel recruitment, benefits administration and personnel policy.  

Oakland Community College does not discriminate against applicants, employees or students on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including sexual harassment), age, height, weight, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, Vietnam era veteran status, or disability in its employment practices and/or educational programs or activities.

You are welcome to search through the position vacancy listings and apply for a position that interests you.

Placement services

Placement Services of Oakland Community College is an academic support unit designed to help alumni, community members, current students and graduating students in relating their personal skills, experience and education to occupational requirements (see Job Seekers). Our valued partnership with employers through employment recruitment enables our students and community job seekers to discover rewarding career opportunities. This partnership also assists employers (see Employer Services) in finding qualified candidates for employment.


student employment (Jp11)

Student employment includes both on and off-campus Work-Study and Student Assistant opportunities. Students eligible for work-study have an opportunity to earn money to help with educational expenses. The Work-Study Program encourages community service and work related to course of study. Students who do not meet the Work-Study Award qualifications may be eligible to work as a Student Assistant at Oakland Community College. To apply, the student must complete a Student Employment Eligibility Form.

internship & cooperative education

The Internship and Cooperative Education program at Oakland Community College is an academic program in which classroom study is combined with career related work experience. These real world opportunities are with business, industry and governmental organizations.