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Olympic College is a public two-year community college that educates more than 13,000 students a year. Founded in 1946, the college has three campuses in Bremerton, Poulsbo, and Shelton - it serves a population of 280,000 residents living in Kitsap and Mason Counties. Olympic College helps students build skills for the next phase of their life or career.
Degrees and Certificates
Olympic College provides options to receive an associate degree or certificate. You can also take classes to complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree, get job training, update job skills, or take a class for personal enrichment. A bachelor's of science in nursing degree is also available through Olympic College or transfer to a university that is co-located at the Bremerton or Poulsbo campus.
Students achieve many of their goals by attending Olympic College. Read stories in their own words here.
In recent years, the college has undergone many changes including the construction of a new Humanities and Student Services building at the Bremerton campus and the expansion of services at its Poulsbo and Shelton campuses. Updated information on new and expanding programs, outstanding faculty, and top students is available at OC's online news magazine or read news stories about Olympic College that have appeared in the media.
JobsManager - Bachelor of Applied Sciences Digital FilmmakingCategory: EducationThe Bachelor of Applied Science in Digital Filmmaking (BAS DF) is a practitioner-oriented, applied degree that will prepare students for a range of positions in the rapidly changing field of digital film, including jobs in video production, directing, cinematography, screenwriting, and acting. The degree will also prepare them for digital content production in a variety of industries, including ...read more
ContactPhone:(360) 475-7300Fax:(360) 475-7302Maintenance Mechanic HVACCategory: Facilities, Maintenance, and RepairOlympic College is seeking a skilled HVAC mechanic to support the facilities at all of it's campuses. As an important member of the Olympic College team the HVAC mechanic will support students in providing and maintaining safe and comfortable facilities. If you are interested in joining the unique campus campus culture, becoming a Washington state employee and enjoying the benefits and security ...read more
ContactPhone:(360) 475-7300Fax:(360) 475-7302American Sign Language (ASL) InterpreterCategory: EducationOlympic College is continuously recruiting for American Sign Language Interpreters for all campuses to provide interpreting services for classroom, meetings, presentations and related activities. These positions will support both staff through the Human Resources department and students through the Access Services department. Olympic College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Educator.
ContactPhone:(360) 475-7300Fax:(360) 475-7302Grounds and Nursery Specialist 3Category: Agricultural, Forestry & FishingPerform skilled gardening tasks requiring knowledge of cultivation and maintenance of trees, lawns and ornamental plants. Responsibilities also include include testing soils, pruning, transplanting plant materials and applying chemicals. Propagates and cares for trees, shrubs, and forage plants. This position maintains and installs irrigation systems as well as maintaining the grounds for ...read more
ContactPhone:(360) 475-7300Fax:(360) 475-7302Office Assistant 3 - Vault ManagementCategory: Administrative, Support & ClericalUnder the direction of the Program Manager/Registrar – Registration and Records the Vault Management Office Assistant 3 is responsible for independently providing professional vault management and a variety of complex clerical assignments. Responsibilities may include maintaining record systems, composing correspondence, establishing manual or electronic recordkeeping/filing systems and/or data ...read more
ContactPhone:(360) 475-7300Fax:(360) 475-7302Early Childhood Program Specialist 1 - On-Call SubstituteCategory: EducationOlympic College is recruiting for 2 Early Childhood Program Specialist 1 on-call positions. This is the entry level of the series. Positions typically work under direct supervision, performing entry level work following clearly defined work procedures and priorities. Duties include performing classroom work such as recording enrollment; preparing and organizing materials used by children for ...read more
ContactPhone:(360) 475-7300Fax:(360) 475-7302