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Illinois Central College (ICC) relies upon several calendars, which are developed by multiple stakeholders including the Board of Trustees, the Executive Cabinet, the Academic Calendar Committee, Student Services and Financial Aid, and Academic Affairs. Developing these calendars and coordinating their alignment are critical for student success.
To build out the dates in PeopleSoft for the Semester (Term Dates) the following process will be followed by utilizing the Establishing Term and College Academic Calendars Standard Operational Procedure (SOP). To set a standard process for the semester schedule production timeline.
Under the FMLA, eligible employees may take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave in the designated 12 month period for the following reasons: For a serious health condition, to care for the employee’s spouse, son, daughter, or parent, who has a serious health condition. For incapacity due to pregnancy, prenatal medical care, or childbirth.
Department managers are required to collaborate with their Cabinet member and the Human Resources Department to develop a strategic staff planning model to ensure that a department has the right number of people with the right skills to fulfill business needs, taking into account internal and external changes.
College-owned mobile cellular devices, such as phones, smart phones, tablets, wireless hotspots, etc., may be an appropriate tool to conduct college business, when it is demonstrated that an employee’s communication needs cannot be met with other available alternatives, such as electronic media, standard telephone, or computing equipment.
This document defines the available computing equipment allowed for use at Illinois Central College. This standard sets guidelines for Network and Desktop Services to support the Illinois Central College faculty and staff.
Illinois Central College (ICC) does not discriminate, and will not tolerate actual or perceived discrimination or harassment, on the basis of sex, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, religion or religious affiliation, sexual orientation or preference, age, marital or family status, disability, veteran status, or other status protected by applicable federal, state, or local law in admission, financial aid, employment, athletics, or any other as
In order to provide a means for educational development and to encourage individuals to upgrade their skills and/or educational experience, individuals meeting eligibility requirements who enroll in credit courses at the College may have their tuition waived.
Standardization of the procedure to request new space for office, department, or classroom. Have a process in place for space request submittals so Facilities Services can control the process. The requests will need appropriate approval, and then Facilities Services will coordinate and schedule the move of furniture, equipment, computers, keys, signage, and phones.
Illinois Central College encourages qualified volunteers, regardless of sex, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or other protected status, to assist with college sponsored events or activities. The College recognizes that volunteers participate in these events of their own volition, without promise, expectation or receipt of compensation for services rendered, and appreciates the generosity of individuals who donate their time.
Illinois Central College is an Affirmative Action and an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to ensuring a fair, inclusive, and equitable recruitment of employees that result in the appropriate match of skills, knowledge, experience, and job requirements for an employment position.
Eligible employees may request to take coursework that is related to their current position or a position that may advance their career at ICC at other accredited colleges and universities. Tuition costs for approved and successfully completed coursework may be reimbursed by ICC up to an annual maximum.
The State Universities Retirement System (SURS) is the retirement administrator for employees in public higher education in the State of Illinois. Participation is mandatory for those eligible. Upon eligibility, participants make a one-time, irrevocable election among three available retirement benefit plans. Benefits in retirement depend on assigned Tier and plan election. See the SURS website for full details.
The Human Resources Department manages all pre-boarding and onboarding activities for new hires. All pre-boarding documentation (including official transcripts, education verification, background and reference checks, and drug screen results) must be submitted to Human Resources before new employees prior to the hire date
The purpose of Illinois Central College’s performance management process is to ensure that employees perform work that accomplishes the business needs of the College, employees’ work aligns with the strategic goals of their department and the College’s institutional strategic objectives, employees clearly understand the quality and quantity of work expected, employees receive ongoing information about how effectively they are performing relative to expectations, and to provide opportunities for