Location Downtown Campus, Room M326
1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma
Tel: 253.680. 7181
Office Hours Monday-Friday
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Ethics Officer, Title IX/ADA Coordinator Director of Human Resources
Gary Nilsson, MBA
Recruitment, Public Records Request Human Resources Generalist
Sheila White, PHR
Personnel Files, Reports, Contracts Human Resources Specialist
Diversity Officer, Staff Development Human Resources Generalist
Nerissa Del Rosario, MS, SPHR
Training and Certifications, Reasonable Accommodations Requests Human Resources Specialist
Mary Moseley, MBA
Benefits, L&I, Leaves Human Resources Generalist
Vladimir Samoylenko, BA, PHR, SHRM-CP
- Employee Assistance Program
- Collective Bargaining Agreement
- Staff Calendars
- Public Records Information
- Records Retention Schedules
- Policies and Procedures
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Fully Effective Employees, helps our employees and their family members resolve personal or work-related problems. Using your EAP does not cost employees anything. Call 1.800.648.5834 for a username and password.
|Faculty||Online Courses MOA 2016-2017, 2014-2017 CBA, Program Sustainability Analysis, Program Effectiveness Three-Year Review and Reporting Process, First Four Salary Steps MOU and Updated Salary Schedule, Online Compensation MOA, 2015-16 Calendar MOU, EPEW, and Class Coverage and Substitutes|
|Professional-Technical Employee||2015-2019 CBA, Anniversary MOA, and Position Openings MOU, Salary Schedule 2016-2017|
||2014-2018 CBA and One Time Reset Training - Letter of Understanding|
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