Human Resources

Human Resources

The Human Resources Department endeavors to attract, develop and retain highly qualified faculty, staff, and administrators who are committed to fulfilling the college mission, vision, and values. Our goal is to support the well-being of the college, and its employees, by serving as a resource in providing services such as recruitment, recognition, benefits administration, employee relations, and performance management.Toward that end, Glen Oaks provides an attractive compensation and benefit package that includes:

  • Generous paid time off
  • Paid holidays
  • Competitive retirement benefits
  • Medical, dental, vision, Long-Term Disability, and life insurance

  • Reduced GOCC tuition for yourself and your dependents (up to 100%, based on status)
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Bookstore Discounts

Employment Opportunities

Faculty Credential Requirements

It is the policy of Glen Oaks Community College that faculty shall possess at a minimum from a regionally accredited college or university:

  • a Master’s degree in the academic field to be taught. If this is not possessed, then
  • a Master’s in any academic field, with 18 graduate semester hours in the academic field to be taught. If this is not possessed, then a Master’s in any academic field with evidence of expertise in the academic field to be taught and demonstrated through publications in the field, wide critical and public acclaim, industry certifications in the field, years of experience working in the field successfully, or other evidence as defined in document: “The Higher Learning Commission Guidance on Determining Qualified Faculty”.

Minimum requirement exceptions may include non-transferable and/or occupational disciplines.

Faculty who do not currently possess the appropriate qualifications must present a written document outlining how he/she will obtain the qualification and the time frame in which he/she will do so. This plan must be approved by the Credentialing Committee.

The teaching candidate may present evidence of qualifications to the Credentialing Committee. The Credentialing Committee will include the Dean of Teaching and Learning, the Associate Dean of Extended Learning and Workforce Development, and three faculty members—one of whom should have expertise in the teaching field being reviewed.

The DLAT committee may also review and recommend submissions of evidence of expertise for any Distance Learning faculty member requesting such review/consideration as noted in the Letter of Agreement.

Updated March 25, 2013

No currently open Work Study positions. Please check back again later.

Benefits

Medical Benefits

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Dental Benefits

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GOSSE/Administration

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Vision Benefits

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GOSSE/Administration

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Prescription Benefits

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MESSA RX Saver Plan

Flexible Spending Account

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Summary Plan Description

Retirement Benefits

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Approved Investment Providers for New and Existing Salary Deferrals under the Glen Oaks Community College 403(B) Plan can be found by visiting the Glen Oaks TSA Consulting Group webpage.

403(b) supplemental retirement contributions are processed by TIAA-CREF.

403(b) Plan

Policies & Procedures

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Contact the Human Resources Department

Candy Bohacz

  • Position: Human Resources Coordinator
  • Office Location: Administrative, A37
  • Phone Number: (269) 294-4232
  • Email: cbohacz@glenoaks.edu
  Candy Bohacz

Jamie Bennett-Yesh

  • Position: Director of Human Resources
  • Office Location: Administrative, A36
  • Phone Number: (269) 294-4229
  • Email: jyesh@glenoaks.edu
  Jamie Yesh
Hours of Operation

Academic Year:

Mon – Fri
8:00am – 4:00pm

Summer Hours:

Mon – Thu
7:00am – 5:00pm