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(TEXAS) - With Texas State Technical College rapidly growing and the demand for a skilled workforce increasing, TSTC is hiring to fill more than 200 positions by 2019.

“TSTC is expanding course offerings to meet employer demands within the state,” said TSTC Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources Pamela Mayfield. “To do this, we need knowledgeable and passionate faculty and staff who are committed to high quality student achievement.”

The ideal candidate is someone looking for a career change or transition and will have a passion to share their technical and industrial field experience in the classroom.  

“TSTC graduates are highly valued by business and industry for their work ethic, knowledge and workplace skills,” said Mayfield. “So we would expect the same attributes in our TSTC faculty and staff along with integrity, excellence, service and accountability.”

Depending on the position, the applicant will need to have one to five years of work experience in their industry, along with an associate degree or higher.

Some teaching or training experience is preferred, but not required.

“Being on the TSTC team is more than a job; it’s the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our students,” said Mayfield. “TSTC is the business of success and it takes a diverse team of dedicated, passionate and talented players working together to achieve goals.”

Faculty positions in high demand technical programs such as Welding Technology, Precision Machining Technology and HVAC Technology are needing to be filled.

There are also openings for staff in the areas of recruitment, information technology and the TSTC police department.

“Each TSTC team member possesses unique skill, perspective and style,” said Mayfield. “And when our employee and customer come together we grow stronger and change lives.”

A TSTC System employee is eligible to receive a competitive salary; benefits that include health, dental, vision, paid sick and vacation time; flexible spending accounts, retirement fund options, employee assistance programs and employee discounts, as well as a respect for employee work-life-balance.

“We have a rich diversity in our employees and customers across our 10 campuses that together gives us a unique advantage as we serve the state,” said Mayfield. “And we encourage people to explore TSTC and what it means to be on this team. TSTC prides itself on being a ‘Great Place to Work.’”

TSTC’s mission is to contribute to the educational and economic development of the state of Texas by offering technical programs and supported academic coursework.  

TSTC is made up of 10 campuses across the state and has been training and placing Texans in great paying jobs for more than 50 years.

Employment applications are already being accepted with the interview process beginning immediately for many positions.

The positions are expected to be filled by January 2019.

For more information or to apply, visit or call 254-867-4810.  

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