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Below are answers to Human Resources' most commonly asked questions.
You can change your address you can using the employee self service. However, this will only change the payroll system. You will need to come to the human resources office to complete address change forms for health benefits, life insurance and retirement.
To use the employee self service, log on to the TMCC website and go to the faculty/staff link. Under the column "Computing", click on Employee Self-Service Login. Enter your EMPLOYEE ID number and assigned PIN number (4-digit number at the bottom your check stub). If you do not have a PIN assigned or don't know your EMPLOYEE ID please contact Human Resources.
To change your beneficiaries you must come to the human resources office at the Dandini Campus, SIER LIB 200 to complete all beneficiary forms.
To stop payroll deductions please come by the Human Resources Office in SIER LIB 200 to complete the deduction cancellation card.
According to Nevada Administrative Code 284.5208, #3, a classified employee is expected to exhaust his/her compensatory time balance before he/she uses any available annual leave. This means that even though classified employees are allowed to accumulate compensatory time balances for the Winter Break, these balances are not being "set aside." If a classified employee requests to use annual leave between now and Winter Break, and that same classified employee has a compensatory time balance on his/her leave record, the employee must use the compensatory time before the annual leave.
Any classified employee who is in danger of losing annual leave at the end of the calendar year (year ending balance will exceed 240 hours) should take the annual leave first, before using accumulated compensatory time (NAC 284.539, #4).
If you work a 40 hour work week, regardless of days off, you would put in a leave slip for the 40 hour week indicating your schedule for the work week. You would also indicate you are off both Christmas Day and New Year's Day even if they are normally work days for you.
If the holiday falls on the scheduled day off of a classified employee, the appointing authority may adjust the work schedule of the employee for the week during which the holiday occurs (by substituting another day off, adjusting the work week in which the holiday falls, etc.); credit the employee with straight compensatory time; or pay the employee for the holiday at straight time if he is in paid status during his scheduled shift before the holiday. This pay is in addition to his/her normal week's pay.
Health benefits can be changed during the yearly open enrollment and if a qualifying event occurs. A qualifying event is considered marriage, birth, divorce or if a spouse loses his/her job. Different documents will be required for the qualifying event. Call Human Resources for details.
The Human Resources department is responsible for the recruitment of professional and classified employees, benefits management, salary administration and job classification, training and development, records management, employee relations, and human resources information systems.
The department also provides a variety of employees services, ranging from research to time and leave reporting to the interpretation of the Board of Regents code, state classified rules and related regulations.
The human resources office does not handle student employment.
Yes. You are allowed to put non-TMCC stamped letters in your TMCC department's mail bag and Mail Services will include them with the daily outgoing pickup from the U.S. Post Office.
Also, there is a gray USPS mailbox outside of Mail Services (RDMT 228) that you can place non-TMCC letters into. Mail Services checks and picks up the mail from the box at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. daily. The U.S. Post Office picks up all outgoing mail (personal and business) from TMCC at 1:30 p.m. daily.
Please contact Mail Services for any questions.
Professional employees and their dependents are eligible for Grant-In-Aid immediately. You will need to complete a Professional Grant-In-Aid Form which is available on our website or may be picked up in the Human Resources Office, SIER LIB 200. Once you have the form signed you need to bring it to human resources and we will issue you a card to take to the institution you, or your dependent will attend.
All classified employees are eligible for Grant-In-Aid. Dependents of classified employees are not eligible for Grant-In-Aid. You will need to complete a Classified Grant-In-Aid Form which is available on our website or may be picked up in the human resources office, SIER LIB 200. Completed forms should be submitted to the human resources office, SIER LIB 200.
To start direct deposit you will need to complete the direct deposit form and attach a voided check (deposit slips are not sufficient) and be brought to the Human Resources Office in SIER LIB 200.
You must fill out a NASA (Network Application for Security Access) form online.
To receive new service or change an existing service, an IT Customer Service Request is needed. To determine your needs, you may contact IT Customer Service.
In your request, please provide the following details:
If you need to set up new or additional accounts, a few things to remember:
The above steps must be completed before completing the electronic copy request.
Part-time Faculty: please contact the Academic Support Center for more information.
Visit the fitness center Web page for information.
Major duties of part-time faculty include course preparation, teaching, student evaluation, and submitting reports as required by immediate supervisors or representatives of other departments. Your job responsibilities also include the following:
Additional information for Part-time Faculty:
Contact your department chair for resources to use in developing your syllabus and preparing instructional materials. Textbooks, manuals, TMCC catalog, curriculum guides, and internet resources are examples of instructional materials that may be helpful. Ask your department chair about sample syllabi designed for courses which are comparable to the course you will be teaching.
The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) has established a grading scale to be used at all NSHE institutions.
An "Incomplete" may be given under the following circumstances. The student must have completed 75% with at least a grade of "C." There must be some verifiable, compelling reason for the lack of completion of the class. A conference between you and the student should be held prior to the due date for grades at the end of the semester. A detailed statement describing the work to be completed, approved by your division dean must be submitted in MyTMCC. This addendum will automatically be sent to the dean for approval. After the dean makes a decision, a response will be sent via email to you and admissions and records.
Please check with your department chair before issuing an incomplete. If you are teaching an individualized developmental class, consult with your immediate supervisor for special regulations regarding grading in these classes. Students have one semester in which to make up assignments or examinations for a course in which they receive an incomplete. The instructor must submit the card to change the incomplete to a grade by the same date that final grades are due for the semester. Summer session is not defined as a semester for this purpose.
If you discover an error, or feel the grade should be changed after grades have been entered, submit a grade change card by contacting your division/department administrative assistant.
Faculty members may access their class lists through MyTMCC. Every student in the class MUST be on the class list. A student in the class that is not on the class list must complete registration before attending class.
Students may add classes anytime during the published registration period. Late starting classes may be added using MyTMCC up until the published start date of the class. Written permission of the division offering the class is required to add any class after the registration period or after the start date of the class.
You may not add a student yourself. Contact your department chair and/or department administrative assistant for help.
Instructors are required to attend every regularly scheduled class session. If you know ahead of time that you will be absent, contact your division/department chair or coordinator.
If you are unable to teach at the last minute due to illness or an emergency, contact your division/department chair or department administrative assistant to post a notice on the canceled class Web page, post a sign on the door and call students if there is enough time given and you may also want to send your students an email through grade book.
If you must cancel a class before 8:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. on the day of class, please contact the academic support center at 775-673-7000 for Dandini Campus, Meadowood Center at 775-829-9004, High Tech Center at Redfield at 775-850-4000 and IGT Applied Technology Center at 775-856-5300.
You are responsible for notifying your department of your absence. If possible, it's always best to notify your department chair and students well in advance of an absence. Class sessions must meet for the time indicated in the schedule, and for their full duration as stated in the class schedule.
Regular attendance is required for college classes, but attendance requirements vary from one division/department to another. Check with your division/department office for attendance policies. Your attendance requirements should be clearly stated in the course syllabus.
You may talk to the student about any excessive absences or refer them to an academic adviser.
Threat of Imminent Injury: Call 911 - if possible, evacuate the area
Incident where a mild threat of violence occurs, report incident immediately to TMCC Police Department at: 775-674-7900.
All classrooms and labs are to be locked before and after class. All part-time faculty members are required to have their own key to each of their classrooms. Please go to the academic support center if you do not have a classroom key and apply for one.
Instructors may email their students through MyTMCC.
The faculty member can privately and tactfully refer a potential student to the Disability Resource Center (DRC) who will determine if they qualify for services. The DRC website offers a wealth of information to educate faculty and prospective students, downloadable forms and a link to contact the DRC directly to schedule a confidential intake interview. Some students with disabilities may elect not to register at the DRC, which is a personal choice. Non-registered DRC students are not entitled to receive free accommodations or services at TMCC.
Faculty should not provide accommodations directly to students who are not registered at the DRC. This protects both the college and students requesting services. The professionally trained DRC staff is responsible for evaluating presented documentation in order to determine if a student qualifies for services, and which services are appropriate in light of their disability. After the DRC staff assigns accommodations, they assist to ensure services are offered in a timely manner.
The course instructor will be notified by a DRC generated hard copy service letter which will be delivered by the student to the faculty member. Alternately, the services letter may be sent by the DRC staff through an email correspondence. This letter will outline assigned accommodations. Faculty members are encouraged to correspond with the DRC staff when questions regarding accommodations arise.
Faculty will include in their class syllabus each semester the following statement:
Qualified, self-identified students with documented disabilities have the right to free accommodations to ensure equal access to educational opportunities at Truckee Meadows Community College. For assistance, contact TMCC's Disability Resource Center.
There are currently 24 Xerox multi-function machines located around TMCC. Each of these machines is set up to copy, print, fax and scan to email. A five-digit PIN is required to access any of these functions. Xerox PINs are assigned by central services. Each PIN is unique and issued to an individual, not a department or program. To obtain a PIN, an authorized email by your departmental support person or supervisor must be sent to central services. A printed confirmation letter will be sent to you once the PIN has been issued. This code number is given only to you, and is not to be used for personal copying. Please plan ahead to allow adequate time to make copies.
The Copy Center offers a full range of copy services: copying, in black on white, full color copies, comb and thermal binding, folding, envelope stuffing, both single and triple hole punching, stapling, laminating and booklet making. Personal employee and student copying services are available and can be paid for at the time of service. For assistance or more information, please contact the Copy Center.
Contact your department office first. Your department office can provide you with textbooks, pens, pencils, chalk, markers, scantron forms and paper, etc. If your department is unavailable, contact the academic support center. Whenever possible, please plan ahead, many offices are not open in the evenings.
Course evaluations are completed every semester by your students. You will receive your course evaluation packet in your TMCC mailbox or if you have an online class, it will be emailed to you. If you have not received your evaluation packet, please contact the academic support center.
Each class must be evaluated every semester. There will be a due date on the packet and you are expected to have a student return your completed evaluation(s) to the academic support center.
Please take the packet to your class and have a student pass out the information. Encourage students to fill out the evaluation completely, including comments with a pencil or pen. Please leave the classroom while the students are working on the evaluations. Have the student collect and seal the evaluations in the evaluation packet and return it to the academic support center, as soon as the class is over for the day.
Full-time Faculty: Employees on a salaried contract will be paid on the last day of the month.
Part-time Faculty: Semester salaries are divided into equal monthly installments. Paychecks are issued on the last business day of each month. Those who are on an hourly contract will be paid on the 10th and 25th of each month. All pay checks will be mailed unless direct deposit has been set up or arrangements made with Accounting Services to hold the check until picked up.
Part-time Faculty: Hourly employees: Timesheets are submitted on specific dates and paid on a semi-monthly basis.
Paychecks will be mailed to your home address unless requested in writing to be held in the controller's office. Your direct deposit will show up in your bank account on the day you should be paid.
TMCC strongly encourages the use of the direct deposit option. Please contact Human Resources to set up your direct deposit account, or you can use TMCC Employee Self Service. Once set up please allow two pay periods for direct deposit to become effective. Paychecks will be mailed to your home address on file with Human Resources until direct deposit takes effect.
Grant-In-Aid (Tuition Waiver)
Grants-In-Aid are available to pay a portion of the registration fees for part-time instructors. The number of credit hours for a tuition waiver is based upon the number of credits taught during the preceding semester, not to exceed six credit hours. Credits do not accumulate from semester to semester. Fall and spring course loads are used to determine eligibility. These waivers are valid only for courses offered by TMCC and may not be used for Workforce Development and Continuing Education courses, or courses offered during the summer.
In order to apply for a Grant-In-Aid, please complete and submit a Grant-In-Aid form. This form and additional information about tuition waivers are available in the academic support center.
TMCC'S Fitness Center
The TMCC fitness center is open in the V. James Eardley Student Services Center on the college's Dandini Campus.
Please check out the Fitness Center for hours and location.
Memberships/fees may be purchased at Accounting Services.
For additional benefits for full-time instructors, please contact your department or Human Resources.
Faculty and staff may obtain an employee ID card at the academic support center. Please bring a valid government issued photo ID.
You must have an employee ID card to check anything out from the Library.
Library resources are available at several locations.
The following individuals are eligible to use library material under the guidelines outlined below: TMCC students, faculty, and staff; NSHE faculty and students; and residents of the state of Nevada.
In keeping with the TMCC mission statement, the professional development office provides access for lifelong learning opportunities through a variety of programs that are open to all members of the TMCC community.
Workshops and training opportunities are designed to provide all staff members with an opportunity to expand their knowledge, increase expertise, experience new technology and continue their lifelong learning process.
Workshops and programs are offered in the following areas:
Workshops can be customized to specific departmental or work group needs.
Once a position has been identified to be filled, it will be posted to our website.
Truckee Meadows Community College policy involves advertising all available job opportunities to attract a wide range of qualified job applicants. Individuals interested in employment with Truckee Meadows Community College should routinely search local newspapers and higher education publications such as:
|Black Media News||Hard Copy Publication|
|Chronicle of Higher Education||www.chronicle.com/jobs|
|Community College Times||www.aacc.nche.edu|
|El Mundo Latino||Hard Copy Publication|
|Minority Review||Hard Copy Publication|
|National Black Review||Hard Copy Publication|
|Reno Gazette Journal||www.rgj.com or www.careerpath.com|
|The Hispanic Outlook||www.hispanicoutlook.com|
|The Progressive Women||Hard Copy Publication|
|The Veteran Journal||Hard Copy Publication|
|TMCC's Web Site||www.tmcc.edu/hrs|
All current administrative and academic openings are none done online. To be considered for an advertised position, all applicants must first complete the online application at http://jobs.tmcc.edu. You may then view all open positions and apply. You will need to attach an electronic resume, cover letter and unofficial transcripts when you apply to a posting.
All state classified positions are advertised on our employment page. You will need to complete the State of Nevada application. The State of Nevada application is available online. The application should describe how the applicant's education, training and experience directly relate to the specific knowledge and abilities for the position. Read the position announcement (toward the bottom) carefully as it will tell you where you will need to send your application.
All part-time instructor pools are completed online. To be considered for a part-time instructor position, all applicants must first complete the online part-time instructor application. You may then view all part-time instructor pools and apply. You will need to attach electronic supporting documents when you apply to a posting.
Minimum requirements for academic areas, master's degree is required for instruction in baccalaureate-level courses or an appropriate combination of education and experience. A bachelor's degree, or appropriate experience in lieu of a post-secondary education, is required for instruction in occupational courses. (B/R 12/89) Rev. 213 (10/04) Title 4, Chapter 3, page 5.
Prior to employment of candidates to perform professional services for Truckee Meadows Community College, the college shall establish that the candidate possesses:
In addition to the faculty credentials required by the Board of Regents, candidates for appointment shall meet or exceed the following standards in their areas of specialization.
The screening committee will review the application materials you provide and compare it to the position-opening announcement. The screening committee will be reviewing the unofficial transcripts you have provided. Please note that the courses in the field to be taught will be analyzed according to course title or course prefix. When the committee cannot identify that a particular course is in the teaching field by the prefix or course title, it is helpful to have the course descriptions provided.
Based on the requested information you provide, those applicants they feel best meet the qualifications and requirements requested of the position will be asked to interview. If a committee selects you for an interview, the screening committee chair will contact you by telephone. At this time you will be told the status of your application materials and you will be asked if you are available to come for an interview with the committee. If you are still interested in interviewing, you will receive a package of information and instructions.
Screening committees attempt to give the candidates two weeks notice for the scheduling of interviews. Be sure to inform us if you change your address and/or telephone number. Also, if you know you will be "unreachable" at your home or message telephone number for a period of time (for vacation or out of town on business), please call human resources with a number where you can be reached.
While committees may choose to conduct initial telephone interviews, for second interviews or final interviews the candidate will be required to travel to the college. TMCC will reimburse interview applicants for one-half of all reimbursable interview costs, up to a maximum of $750 per person. Reimbursable costs include all costs associated with the transportation, housing and dining costs paid by the interviewee to travel to Reno, Nevada for a personal interview. Non-reimbursable expenses may include any personal entertainment, clothing or tourist costs.
If on the closing date or review date you have submitted all the required documents, your application materials will be sent to the committee for review. The screening committee shall be responsible for the verification of qualifications necessary to meet the general requirements for employment and the specific requirements for open positions as described in official position posting notices.
The screening committee generally takes two (2) to four (4) weeks to review applications. The chair of the screening committee will contact individuals to set up interviews. Human resources will notify applicants if they have not been screened into the interview pool.
If you are selected for a position, you will receive a telephone call from the vice president or designee, verbally offering you the position. Upon acceptance, the Human Resources Office will then send you a confirmation offer letter with the terms of the offer and details on moving expenses.
Applicants who have earned their degrees outside the United States must have their transcripts evaluated by an approved evaluator if their college or university is not listed in the most recent edition of Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education, published by the American Council on Education. Evaluations of non-U.S. degrees may be obtained from any one of the following entities. Expense of the evaluation shall be borne by the applicant and the evaluation must be forwarded directly to the TMCC Human Resources Office. Questions may be directed to Human Resources.
Center for Applied Research, Evaluations and Education, Inc.
P.O. Box 18358
Anaheim, CA 92817
Education International, Inc.
29 Denton Road
Wellesley, MA 02482
Educational Credential Evaluators. Inc.
P.O. Box 514070
Milwaukee, WI 53203-3470
Educational Records Evaluation Service, Inc.
601 University Avenue, Suite 127
Sacramento, CA 95825
Evaluation Service, Inc.
P.O. Box 85
Hopewell Jct., NY 12533
Foreign Academic Credential Service, Inc.
P.O. Box 400
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
Foreign Educational Document Service
P.O. Box 4091
Stockton, CA 95204
Foundation for International Services, Inc.
Queen Anne Square, Suite 503
14926 - 35th Avenue West, Suite 210
Lynnwood, WA 98087
Global Credential Evaluators, Inc.
P.O. Box 9203
College Station, TX 77842-9203
International Consultants of Delaware, Inc.
P.O. Box 8629
Philadelphia, PA 19101-8629
Phone: 215-222-8454 ext. 510
International Education Research Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 3665
Culver City, CA 90231-3665
Josef Silny and Assoc. Inc.
International Education Consultants
7101 SW 102 Avenue
Miami, FL 33173
Spantran Educational Services, Inc.
7211 Regency Square Blvd., Suite 205
Houston, TX 77036-3197
World Educational Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 5087
Bowling Green Station
New York, NY 10274-5087
NOTE TO FOREIGN GRADUATES: Even if your transcripts are printed in English, you still need to have the Foreign Credential Evaluation. We need a translation of the degree program you completed to give us the equivalent to degree programs awarded in the United States.
Yes, applicants who want to be considered for disciplines requiring a master's degree but who will not graduate until May or August of the application year may apply. The applicant must show verification on the transcripts of all the required course work. If required course work is in progress, a letter from the registrar showing current enrollment is required.
Submission of a detailed resume, cover letter and unofficial transcripts is required. Search committees review materials looking for different qualities and experiences. Give yourself the best chance by addressing your experiences, accomplishments and strengths as they relate to the position requirements and responsibilities.
Please contact us.
See also: Winter Break Guidelines (Memo)
Everyone who would normally work during the period between Christmas and New Years will be affected by this program. If you elect to work during this time, please let your supervisor and human resources know by using the above form.
Full-time faculty on "B" contracts and part-time faculty are already scheduled off during that time.
It is important to remember that although the Dandini Campus, IGT Applied Technology Center and High Tech Center at Redfield sites will be closed, the college is not mandating that employees take time off or that they must work. Instead, we are simply offering work and schedule options during the period in question. It is important for employees to be in constant contact with their supervisor regarding all work and schedule options.
All classified employees and non-exempt professional employees may accrue compensatory time.
Student employees, administrative and academic faculty may not earn compensatory time.
Administrative and academic faculty on 'A' contracts have the option to either use annual leave, work from home, or work in a reassigned area, given the nature of the work. Approval from the supervisor is required if working from home or in a reassigned area.
See Also: Winter Break Guidelines
Plan to put in leave for hours you normally work each week, or request to work at the Meadowood site on your normally scheduled days off.
All part-time classified employees must be compensated with a cash payment when they work additional regular hours. These are defined as any hours worked up to full time, which is up to 8 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week, whichever comes first. There is no such thing as "straight" compensatory time. When a part-time classified employee works additional regular hours and is paid for them, that employee earns additional annual leave and sick leave as well as additional retirement service credit. It may be beneficial to alter a part-time employee's work schedule to include at least one 8-hour day. This will allow the part-time employee to work in overtime status more easily and provide him/her with the same opportunity to accrue compensatory time as the full-time employee. Contact Human Resources if you have questions regarding Winter Break hours for part-time employees.
Student employees and administrative and academic faculty may not earn compensatory time. Faculty on 'B' contracts are not contracted to work during the Winter Break week.
Only those classified employees who have been employed by the State of Nevada (including TMCC) for more than six consecutive months are eligible to use their accrued annual leave. If by the time the Winter Break occurs, you don't have six months of continuous employment, you must make other arrangements to remain in paid status during the break or to continue to work.
Leave without pay is another option for classified employees who either don't have enough accrued leave or who choose not to use accrued leave. However, employees should be aware of the fact that there are a number of benefits affected by taking leave without pay, and that the use of leave without pay should be considered very carefully. First, if a classified employee is in unpaid status, the entire shift preceding the holiday, he/she is ineligible for holiday pay. Also, any time a classified employee is on leave without pay, his/her leave accrual is reduced for the month on a pro-rata basis. Service credit for retirement purposes is also reduced for the month. The Public Employees Retirement System will only credit an employee with time in paid status.
See Also: Winter Break Guidelines
Yes, you may. Simply indicate the hours and the type of leave to be used on your leave form.
Working additional hours for the accrual of compensatory time requires the agreement of both the supervisor and the employee in writing before the time is worked. Working compensatory time will be helpful in allowing staff to get caught up on work in advance of the college's Winter Break, thus minimizing the burden of lost work time. All departments are encouraged to do so for this specific purpose.
For the comp time required for the current year, please see the Winter Break Guidelines document for the current year.