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Human Resources

鶹ɫƬ is an equal opportunity institution in education and employment. It is the policy of 鶹ɫƬ to provide equal opportunities without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, genetic information, or veteran status. It is the goal of 鶹ɫƬ to select employees who are committed to continuous caring, innovation, and creativity, open to change, and committed to the College’s mission of meeting the needs of the 21st-century learner.
 
鶹ɫƬ does not accept unsolicited resumes or applications.
All applicants must be authorized to work in the United States without restriction; 鶹ɫƬ does not sponsor visas. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) requires verification of the identity and employment eligibility of all employees.
 

Faculty and Staff:

Please ensure your contact and emergency information is correct in ADP.
*Your information MUST be correct to receive ALL College emergency notifications*

  1. Log in to  (your User ID should be the first initial of your first name plus your last name @galcol) ex: jdoe@galcol
  2. Select the “Myself” tab
  3. Then select “Personal Profile”
  4. Edit your contact information by clicking on the pencil icon on the screen.

 

Guidelines for Faculty Qualifications

General Guidelines on Academic and Professional Preparation

鶹ɫƬ is an equal opportunity institution in education and employment. It is the policy of 鶹ɫƬ to provide equal opportunities without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, genetic information, or veteran status.   It is the goal of 鶹ɫƬ to select employees who are committed to continuous caring, innovation, and creativity, open to change, and committed to the College’s mission of meeting the needs of the 21st-century learner.

鶹ɫƬ does not accept unsolicited resumes or applications.  All applicants must be authorized to work in the United States without restriction; 鶹ɫƬ does not sponsor visas.

 

Faculty or Adjunct Faculty Positions

Unofficial college transcripts from an accredited institution may be submitting during the hiring process. If selected for employment, official transcripts must be provided to the Human Resources Office prior to the date of hire.

Transcripts from foreign institutions must be transcribed by a company listed on the , with a course by course evaluation.

 

E-Verify

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) requires verification of the identity and employment eligibility of all employees. 鶹ɫƬ is an E-Verify employer.  E-Verify is an Internet-based system that compares information from an employee’s Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to data from the U.S Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records to confirm employment eligibility.

 

Veteran’s Preference in Employment

In compliance with Texas State Senate Bill (S.B.) 805, 鶹ɫƬ is committed to providing a preference in employment to eligible veteran, disabled veteran, surviving spouse of veteran and orphan of veteran applicants who meet minimum qualifications and any special qualifications for the position to which they apply.  The required preferences do not compel the College to appoint a veteran, disabled veteran, surviving spouse of a veteran or orphan of a veteran.  However, they do require that those who meet the veteran preference eligibility be appointed when their application assessment, combined with the veteran’s preference, is equal to, or higher than that of a non-veteran.

 

Selective Service Requirements

HB 558, passed by the 76th Legislature, requires that male U.S. citizens, regardless of where they live, and male immigrant aliens residing in the U.S. are required to be registered with Selective Service if they are at least 18 years old but are not yet 26 years old. Persons subject to this law must present proof of compliance or exemption from registration with Federal Selective Service System law in order to be eligible for employment.

 

Recruitment and Selection

Please refer to the Employee Handbook, Section 2.05, for the guidelines regarding recruitment and selection including onsite interviews and moving expenses. The Employee Handbook is posted on the Policies & Procedures link below.  

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Long-Term and Short-Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Credit Union
  • Retirement
  • Voluntary Tax Deferred Programs

 

Employee Benefits

 

A comprehensive health insurance program is provided through ERS. The State/College will pay 100% of the insurance premiums for a full-time employee and 50% of the premiums for dependent coverage. There will be a 60-day waiting period beginning on the first day of the month after the month the employee is hired before the employee may enroll in the health insurance program. New employees transferring from another state institution are exempt from this waiting period.

  877-275-4377
  866-336-9371
866-336-9371
866-264-4676
844-949-2170

 

Dental insurance is available for benefit-eligible employees and begins on the first day of employment.  Eligible employees may select the Dental HMO or the State of Texas Dental Choice Plan or the State of Texas Dental Discount Plan.  The College will pay 100% of the Dental HMO insurance premium for the full-time employee only.  The employee pays 100% of the premiums for all eligible dependents in either plan and the remaining employee premium of the Dental Choice Plan.

888-818-7925
877-377-0987

鶹ɫƬ provides, without charge, group life insurance coverage in the amount equal to two (2) times the annual salary for the employee. Additional life insurance may be purchased at the employee’s expense with Evidence of Insurability (EOI).

Through long-term and short-term disability insurance coverage programs, eligible employees may receive a portion of their monthly income if they become disabled, are unable to work, and exhaust all sick leave benefits.  This coverage is available to eligible employees only during the first 31 days of employment without going through the Evidence of Insurability (EOI) process.

 

The College offers an Employee Assistance Program that provides free confidential short-term counseling for full-time employees and their immediate family. Mental health, financial and legal counseling sessions are available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week at no charge to the employee. Simply call Interface EAP at 1-800-324-4327.  Se habla Espanol 1-800-324-2490.

The College participates in a Section 125 Flexible Health Care and Dependent Care Program through ERS. Upon employment, the employee may enter into a written agreement with the College and ERS that a pre-tax payroll deduction be made to fund a Health Care Spending and/or Dependent Care Spending Account. The employee may use the tax-free money from these accounts to pay for eligible health expenses not reimbursed under the employee’s medical and dental plans, or to pay for eligible child care expenses. The process of entering into a written agreement needs to be repeated prior to September 1 for each subsequent calendar year in which an employee wishes to fund such accounts.  More information can be found on the 

 

鶹ɫƬ employees are eligible for membership in the  and/or the .

All eligible employees are enrolled in either the Texas Teachers Retirement System (TRS) or Optional Retirement Plan (ORP). TRS is a defined benefit plan administered by the Teachers Retirement System of the State of Texas. ORP is a defined contribution plan administered by applicable vendors and legislated by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Only full-time faculty, administrators are eligible to participate in ORP (ORP Eligible Positions).

Please be aware, one of the conditions to be eligible for retiree health insurance for ORP participants is to retain funds in their 鶹ɫƬ ORP account.

Before you choose your retirement plan, please read:

 

If you are planning to retire soon, please read:

Employees may elect to participate in a voluntary Tax-Deferred Program by purchasing deferred annuity contracts or custodial accounts from a College approved vendor. Such custodial accounts or annuity contracts are acquired under 16 Section 403(B) and 457(b) of the Internal Revenue Code. Employees electing to contribute an amount to purchase a tax deferred annuity contract or custodial account will sign a salary reduction agreement, which will be effective only for contributions made.

 

 

ORP Plan documents approved by the 鶹ɫƬ Board of Regents:

Payroll Office Hours

 

Fall and Spring Semesters: 8 a.m.  – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Summer Semesters: 7:30 a.m.  – 6 p.m.  Monday through Thursday

 

 

Part-Time, Classified, Work-Study and Adjunct Faculty Employees

 

Contact

Tia Campbell-Benson

HR Assistant- Payroll / Benefits

Phone

Room

Email

409-944-1218 M-203

 

 

Prof Tech, Administrator and Full Time Faculty Employees

 

Contact Joyce Landry

Payroll and Benefits Specialist

Phone Room Email
409-944-1280 M-203

 

Full Time Job Descriptions at 鶹ɫƬ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employee Classification & Compensation

The function of a compensation philosophy is to establish a system of remuneration that supports the College’s mission and goals of its Strategic Plan. The Objective of the System is to maintain an externally competitive relationship in similar educational markets within the financial capability of the College, reward teaching excellence and recognize longevity with the institution.

 

 

Board of Regents Guidelines

  • The Compensation Plan shall employ a clear and consistent method of determining annual employee compensation, which defines specific rather than random placement within salary ranges based upon years of experience and level of education.
  • Maintain salary ranges driven by competitive minimum (base) salaries.
  • Establish bench-mark targets for competitiveness of: An average faculty salary that would rank 鶹ɫƬ in the top 25% of public two-year colleges in Texas, salaries for administrative staff at or above state averages for comparable positions, salaries for classified staff at or above Gulf Coast Consortium averages for comparable positions.

Vector LMS, Higher Education Training

 
All employees must complete Safe Colleges Online Training within 30 days of hire.

 

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Also see our detailed section on Campus Security & Safety.

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Contact HR Staff

Teena-Marie Wilson, Director of Human Resources and Risk Management

Phone

409-944-1281

Room 

Room M-205

Kennidy Butler, Human Resources Employment/ Reporting Specialist 

 
Phone

409-944-1209

Room 

Room M-205

Joyce Landry, Human Resources Payroll/ Benefits Specialist

 
Phone

409-944-1280

Room 

Room M-203

Tia Campbell- Benson, Human Resources Payroll/ Benefits Assistant 

 
Phone

409-944-1218

Room 

Room M-203

HR and Payroll Office Hours

Fall and Spring Semesters:
8am-5pm Monday through Friday

Summer Semesters:
7:30am-6pm Monday through Thursday

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