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  Due to the unprecedented and evolving situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, WCCCD is freezing its hiring process until further notice. At this time, we will only post limited and essential roles. Please see our coronavirus page for updates on District operations and other resources.

Welcome to the Division of Human Resources.

The Division of Human Resources goal is to provide quality human resource services to faculty and staff in the support of the District’s teaching, learning and community service objectives.

Our responsibilities include:

  • Recruitment
  • Providing quality compensation and benefits programs responsive to customer needs
  • Developing employees through education and training
  • Enhancing the climate and quality of work life
  • Creating and valuing diversity

In interactions with our internal and external customers, we commit to the following values:

  • Respect for the individual
  • Open and honest communication
  • Fair and equitable treatment
  • Concern and sensitivity
  • Acknowledgement of and respect for diversity

We carry out our goal by:

  • Maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards
  • Committing to quality in all we do
  • Understanding and anticipating customer needs
  • Improving efficiency and productivity
  • Reducing bureaucracy and simplifying processes
  • Continuing to improve services
  • Measuring outcomes
  • Working as a team

 

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