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Applicant must have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Information Systems or related Computer or Science field and a minimum of two years of relevant industry experience or industry certification. Experience working in a Tribal Community is preferred. 

Submission deadline: August 4, 2017 (or until filled) 

Applicant must have a Paramedic State License, Michigan Instructor-Coordinator License, 3 years field experience and 1 year teaching experience. A Bachelor's degree in a Health Care related field is preferred. Experience working in Tribal Communities is desirable. 

Submission deadline: August 4, 2017 (or until filled)

Applicant must have an EMT License, Michigan Instructor-Coordinator License, 3 years field experience and 1 year teaching experience. An Associate Degree in a Health Care related field is preferred. Experience working in Tribal Communities is desirable. 

Submission deadline: August 4, 2017 (or until filled)


Please submit letter of application, resume, references, tribal affiliation (if applicable) and copy of all college transcripts to:  Stacey Walden, HR Director at swalden@bmcc.edu (preferred) or mail to Bay Mills Community College, ATT: Human Resources, 12214 W. Lakeshore Drive, Brimley, MI  49715. 

For more information about these positions, contact Human Resources at (906) 248-8426 or Academic Affairs at (906) 248-8475


Bay Mills Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.  In accordance with the Indian Preference Act, PL 88-352 Section 707 (1) July 2, 1972, BMCC may grant first consideration for employment to Native Americans.

Annual Security Report 2016 In accordance with the Clery Act, Bay Mills Community College’s annual security and fire safety report is available online or at the front desk in the Administration Building or the Accounting Department upon request. This document provides information about reporting emergencies and crimes, emergency response and preparedness, timely warnings, and crime statistics for the last three years.