Human Resources

 Welcome

Welcome to the Human Resources Department of West Valley-Mission Community College District!

The Human Resources Department serves and supports the faculty and staff of West Valley College in Saratoga, CA and Mission College in Santa Clara, CA.

The mission of the Human Resources Department is to empower the human capital of the District to focus on and create a student-centered learning environment.

Human Resources Organizational Chart

To better assist you, our constituents, in identifying the appropriate contact in Human Resources, we are posting our organizational chart. The chart lists names, titles, extensions and brief descriptions of the functional area each individual covers. Please feel free to reach out to the appropriate contact for your specific need. Should you not know who to contact, please contact the Human Resources Reception Desk at 408-741-2415.

Human Resources Organizational Chart.pdf




 

 HR Team

Members

Albert M. Moore
Albert M. Moore
Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Paul Williams
Paul Williams
Director, Compliance, Training & Employee Relations
Mary Lonich
Mary Lonich
Supervisor, Human Resources Support Services
Rose Schultz
Rose Schultz
Human Resources Specialist - Classified Personnel
Ryan Ng
Ryan Ng
Human Resources Specialist - Administrators
Christy Tum
Christy Tum
Human Resources Assistant - Faculty/Recruiting Back-Up
Barbara Richardson
Barbara Richardson
Human Resources Specialist - Faculty
Gina Venn
Gina Venn
Human Resources Assistant - Student and Short-Term Hourly
Le Quyen Lenshoek
Le Quyen Lenshoek
Human Resources Specialist - Leaves/Workers Compensation
Tracey Frizzell
Tracey Frizzell
Human Resources Specialist-Benefits
Sean McGowan
Sean McGowan
Human Resources Specialist - Recruitment
Prachi Samant
Prachi Samant
Human Resources Data Analyst

 Policies and Procedures

 PG&D

GUIDELINES FOR WRITING PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS         

Before you write your proposal, read Article 44 of the WVMFT, AFT 6554/District agreement. Additionally, the PG & D Committee has developed the following guidelines to address some of the questions you might have while preparing your proposal.
 

FUNDING

You may use conference funds but not other District funds to attend conferences as part of PG & D activities. You may receive outside compensation for work experience if you can provide a rationale for it (such as industry practice or nondisclosure obligations).

TIME ESTIMATES

One unit of PG & D credit is given for 48 hours of work. If you propose activities other than coursework, workshops, or conferences, divide the proposed activity into major components. Then provide an estimate of the number of hours you will spend on each major component.

LOWER DIVISION COURSES

The WVMFT, AFT 6554 agreement places restrictions on using lower division courses to satisfy the Segment B requirement. If you wish to take lower division courses you must provide a justification that is consistent with the WVMFT, AFT 6554/District agreement. A written rationale from your division dean approving lower division coursework must accompany your proposal.

UNITS FOR WORKSHOPS OR CONFERENCES

The committee awards units for workshops/conferences in the following manner:

​Days
​Hours
​Units
​1/2 day
​6 hours
​0.125 units
​1 day
​12 hours
​0.25 units
​2 days
​24 hours
​0.5 units
​3 days
​36 hours
​0.75 units
​4 days
​48 hours
​1 unit
​5 days
​60 hours
​1.25 units

Conference hours shall not include travel to or from conferences.

TRAVEL

For travel to be a P G & D activity, the WVMFT, AFT 6554/District agreement requires a measurable outcome that will enhance performance in the discipline. What you learn from your travel is not a measurable outcome. Slides, travel itineraries, receipts, or tickets are not measurable outcomes. Examples of measurable outcomes are: a series of slide presentations accompanied by appropriate scripts relevant to themes or concepts in a particular course that you teach; sets of handouts with written outlines for accompanying lectures; written outlines for a series of lectures. (Your compliance statement should specify how the travel will be incorporated into the measurable outcome that you propose.)

CONTRIBUTION TO THE ARTS/AUTHORSHIP/RESEARCH/WORK EXPERIENCE /OTHER

Unit values for any of the above will be determined on a case by case basis by the PG & D committee. The information which you supply the committee will be used to determine the credit value, so be as specific as possible when writing your proposal. Authorship requires a letter of interest and/or contract from a publisher to accompany the proposal.

If you still have difficulties in writing your proposal, please contact  Anna Brichko.
The Deadline for submission of completed application to the Faculty Specialists in Human Resources is the second Friday in October, October 12, 2018.

NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED 


If you need to make changes to your original application, please use this form: 
PG D Change Request Form.pdf

Two copies of the Compliance Report are due in April of the completion year. Please use this template to format your report.


 Verification of Employment (VOEs)

To better assist you as you experience life changes (purchasing a home; new employment, etc.), the Human Resources Team has dedicated resources to complete any forms that are needed for a verification of employment (VOE). The easiest way to have a voe completed is to have it emailed or faxed.  


Fax: 408-867-9059.

Please note that we do try to complete these requests as quickly as possible, but based on volume, it may take up to 48 hours.

For questions, please call: 408-741-2415

 Title IX Forms & Resources

​Here you will find forms and resources relating to Title IX.