Tyler Junior College

New Employee Information

New Employees

  1. On the first day of employment, report to Human Resource Office (2nd floor WASC). Be sure to have your driver's license and social security card.
  2. You will receive a "New Hire" packet which will include the following:
    • Payroll and other required forms (W4, I9, EEO, Direct Deposit, Directory Information, English Proficiency)
    • Benefits Explanation Handout
  3. When all required paperwork is complete, the Director of Human Resources will approve the issuance of an A#. You will need this to secure a parking permit and ID card from Campus Security. You will also need your license plate number when registering for a parking permit.
  4. Arrangements should be made to meet with your immediate supervisor for additional information regarding your new duties.
  5. A student assistant or ambassador (if available) will escort you to the Campus Security Office and then to your supervisor's office. Ask your guide to tell you a little about the campus along the way.
  6. Depending on your responsibilities, you may be provided a computer, office space, and a phone for campus business. Your supervisor can help to arrange setup for you. The IT department will assign your TJC email address, a temporary password, your phone extension number and temporary voice mail code.
  7. A benefits meeting will be scheduled sometime during the month of your initial date of employment. Here you will learn about insurance, retirement, and other benefits offered by TJC. The Human Resource Office will notify you of the date and time of the meeting.
  8. You will be expected to attend a New Employee Orientation/Networking (NEON) session. These sessions occur only a few times during the year. Every effort will be made for you to attend a NEON session prior to assuming your teaching responsibilities if you are Faculty. The Human Resource Office will notify you of the date(s) and time(s) of the Orientation.

 

 

New Employee Orientation

The goal of New Employee Orientation is to welcome new staff members and help answer many of the questions they typically have when starting a new job. Employees will learn about important policies and procedures. Orientation will also provide tools employees can use to find answers as a new member of the TJC community. You will also learn about:

  • TJC History and its Three Promises
  • Campus Spirit and Tradition
  • Professional Responsibilities
  • Getting Connected
  • Travel Programs
  • Campus Safety/Security
  • New employee/staff training is scheduled once per quarter. New faculty training and adjunct training occur once per semester. Dates and times TBD.

    Benefits and Compensation

    A benefits meeting will be scheduled sometime during the month of your initial date of employment. Here you will learn about insurance, retirement, and other benefits offered by TJC. The Human Resource Office will notify you of the date, time, and location of the meeting.

    Resources

    The following links provide important information you will need as an employee of the College.