Human Resources

Welcome to the Office of Human Resources

Interested in working at TCC? We provide access to employment opportunities and information about our benefits and policies. 

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The Human Resources staff is prepared to support the needs of both potential employees and our faculty and staff.  We strive to provide responsive service to all the people who make TCC a great place to work.

Our mission is to champion TCC's proven history of excellence and success. Through collaboration and innovation, we provide a challenging and positive work experience. The Human Resources Office acts as a catalyst, enabling all TCC employees to contribute at optimal levels toward the academic success of our students.

Current employees can log into Workday or the TCC Portal for detailed benefits information, forms, information about training and development, and useful links to other resources.

 

Equity and Civil Rights

Tallahassee Community College (TCC) is committed to an environment that embraces Diversity and Inclusion, respects the rights of all individuals, provides equal access and equal opportunity, and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status in its programs and activities.

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Benefits

Tallahassee Community College (TCC) offers eligible employees a comprehensive benefits package. It includes a variety of insurance, retirement and miscellaneous benefit plans, as well as the entitlements of Social Security, Medicare, Unemployment Compensation and Workers’ Compensation.

Insurance plans include medical, dental, life and vision coverage. Retirement plans include the defined benefit Florida Retirement System (FRS) Pension plan and defined-contribution FRS Investment Plan. TCC also offers the Community College Optional Retirement Plan, a defined contribution plan, to eligible Administrators and Faculty employees.

Employees also have the option to contribute on a voluntary basis to a variety of tax shelter accounts such as the 403(b), and/or a 457(b) Deferred Compensation plan. Supplemental insurances are also available to include short term disability, accident, cancer, long term care, legal/identity and voluntary term life insurance for which the employee pays the full premium.

Additionally, TCC offers employees miscellaneous benefits such as tuition reimbursement and health & wellness resources.

Employees are eligible to use athletic facilities, the Library, and other Learning Resource Centers.

Whether you are newly hired or nearing retirement, the Benefits team is available to answer your benefit questions, assist you in resolving benefit issues, and provide you with information to make informed benefit choices.

If you have questions whether you are eligible for benefits and retirement programs, you are always welcome to privately discuss them with a member of the Benefits Team. Please email hr@tcc.fl.edu or call (850) 201-8510.

For more information about benefits plans, click here.

Compensation & Pay

The guiding principles of Tallahassee Community College (TCC) are innovation, diversity, excellence, access and success. These principles define our diverse College community and guide each of us in promoting an environment where individuals grow, learn and succeed. The College's pay plans, policies and procedures strive to support our mission by:

  • Providing equitable and competitive base compensation for all employees
  • Ensuring that employees are paid a fair living wage that exceeds published Federal Poverty Guidelines
  • Specifying the types of work and conditions under which additional or supplemental payment may be made
  • Describing the documentation and payment authorization requirements for employees compensated through grant funds
  • Defining creditable experience and education and the process for requesting related salary adjustments
  • Communicating compensation administration practices to TCC faculty and staff

The salary schedule for Tallahassee Community College is established annually pursuant to s.1001.64(18), F.S., which gives the District Board of Trustees authority to develop a personnel program for the College. Upon adoption, the salary schedule serves as a guide in determining employee compensation.

 

Salary Schedule 2016- 2017

Recruitment

Why work for TCC? 

"The Employer of Choice"  

Workforce Stability

Tallahassee Community College (TCC) is a high performing institution with a reputation for workforce stability. TCC enjoys a workforce where 69% of the faculty and staff have been with the College for five (5) years or more.

Excellent benefits and wellness options

TCC provides a competitive benefit package. TCC also offers an Employee Wellness program that provides health assessments, free access to a faculty and staff-only gym, as well as other activities (i.e. yoga, self-defense, and CPR training).

Invests in the learning and development of its team

TCC provides opportunities for professional development through tuition reimbursement, waivers, the College’s Center for Employee Enrichment, and the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership.

Recognizes and Rewards Faculty and staff well

TCC hosts a variety of recognition programs throughout the year to recognize faculty and staff achievements. TCC also hosts an annual program that recognizes years of service, new faculty and staff, and any other faculty and staff accomplishments. ​ 

Tallahassee is a great place to live and work

As Florida’s capital city, Tallahassee is home to beautiful canopy roads, historic locations, the Gulf of Mexico (within playing distance), hiking and biking trails, and more. Add to it diverse cultural events including FSU's Seven Days of Opening Nights, the African Caribbean Dance Theatre's Annual Florida African Dance Festival, the North Florida Hispanic Association's Hispanic Festival and the Gadsden County Latino Fest. Tallahassee is an ideal place to live and learn.

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What to expect after you apply?

Prospective Faculty

The Office of Academic Affairs and the Human Resources Department jointly oversee the search and hire process for faculty members. Within this section you will find helpful information regarding the following:

Who We Are...

Since 1966, Tallahassee Community College has offered high-quality, post-secondary education for the citizens of Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla counties, along with students from throughout the state, nation, and abroad. With excellent academic support and classroom facilities and Web-based classes, TCC offers a variety of instructional methods to promote student success. Learn more.

What We Do...

In addition to teaching, TCC faculty advise students, develop and revise curriculum, and participate in college activities and committees. TCC faculty are provided time and support to participate in professional development. Learn more.​

What We Value...

Faculty are expected to have a demonstrated commitment to student retention and success. Through continuous improvement of classroom teaching, support services, and curriculum, TCC faculty work to improve student learning. Learn more.​

Where We Live...​

Tallahassee Community College is located in Florida's capital city. Tallahassee is also home to two state universities, Florida State and Florida A&M. The city offers numerous cultural activities throughout the year as well as the natural beauty of the Florida Panhandle. Learn more.

 

Employee Resources

Tallahassee Community College is committed to providing an inviting learning environment. The College is governed by The District Board of Trustees (Board). The Board is the policy-making body for the College and oversees the President of the College.

Organizational Chart

Policy Manual

Center for Professional Enrichment

The College provides all employees with workshops and events, leadership programs, health and wellness programs and resources through the Center for Professional Enrichment. These experiences are designed to empower employees to actively pursue additional career and personal development opportunities.


Professional Development

For full-time employees, the College provides professional development opportunities including:

  • Tuition-free classes at the College (up to six hours per semester)
  • Tuition reimbursement (outside the College only)
  • Workforce Development Seminars
  • Association of Florida Colleges