Director of Human Resources
Coordinator of Employee Recruitment, Training and Development
Coordinator of Health and Wellness Services
Coordinator of Employee Benefits and Compensation
Human Resources Specialist
Student Worker Application
Violations of College PolicyEmployees should report to their direct supervisor or to the human resources department at 937.778.7832 or via the anonymous reporting line at www.edisonohio.ethicspoint.com.
Violations of Ohio Ethics LawsEmployees should submit a report via the anonymous reporting line at www.edisonohio.ethicspoint.com.
Fraudulent ActivityEmployees should report via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or
call the Fraud Hotline at 866.372.8364.
Title IXPolicy violations should be reported to the Title IX Coordinator at email@example.com or
Criminal ActivityEmployees should contact the Department of Public Safety at 937.778.7820.
Edison State Community College takes part in a Health Consortium. This Health Consortium holds board meetings periodically. These meetings are open to the public. Learn more about upcoming Health Consortium board meetings by viewing our calendar.
Upcoming Board Meeting DatesMarch 30, 2021August 3, 2021
The Edison State HIPAA policy is available upon request.
Interested in working at Edison State Community College? View current job openings and employment information.
Medical Mutual Machine Readable Files
Retirement InformationOPERS Active Members
OPERS Online Seminars
STRS Active Members
Horan Customer ServiceRepresentatives | April Wilson | Julie Tople, CBC
The following human resources forms are available for your convenience. (Listed in alphabetical order.)
Dog Friendly Workplace Procedure
Drug Free Campus and Workplace ProcedurePaid Leave Donation ProcedureStaff Appeal ProcedureTuition Remission Procedure
Travel Reimbursement Procedure
Student Worker Programs, previously known as Work-Study Programs, provide students with the opportunity to work on campus while going to school. If hired, your supervisor will work with you to schedule your work hours around your class schedule. These positions allow you to get more involved on campus, while providing you with the means to help with expenses. You are permitted to work up to 20 hours per week and will be paid $9.30 per hour or current minimum wage.
There are two student worker programs at Edison State Community College—federal and non-federal.
To be considered for a student worker program, you MUST complete the online Student Worker Application AND meet the following conditions:
NOTE All applicants will be reviewed for eligibility in the Federal Student Worker Program before being considered for the Non-Federal Program.
Intent to Enroll FormRenewal Request FormNon-Federal Time Sheets (This link will download an Excel document to your computer.)Federal Time Sheets (This link will download an Excel document to your computer.)Student Worker Policy & ProceduresWork Study Evaluation Form
Available student employee job descriptions:
Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Student Employee
IMPORTANT Positions may be available in different areas throughout the college. Please contact us at 937.778.7832 for more information on available positions.
All benefit eligible employees, household members, dependents in and away from home and parents/parents-in-law are eligible for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) from Impact Solutions. The program provides unlimited phone consultation, 5 complimentary face-to-face counseling sessions per person per occurrence and numerous resources such as comprehensive work/life web self service tools.
Employees currently eligible for benefits should have a member card which you will need to login. If you have lost your card or have never received one, please contact the Human Resources department.
Key Result 1 | Sustain Positive Employee Engagement1.1 Create a culture that recognizes employees and celebrates accomplishment.1.2 Create a collaborative culture of measurement that advances accountability and innovation.1.3 Integrate Leadership learning opportunities to foster a culture in which employees are empowered to bring their best to work.
Key Result 2 | Practice Fiscal Sustainability2.1 Establish a culture committed to continuously improving college policies, practices, processes, and systems to ensure long-term sustainability.2.2 Maximize both human and capital resources to leverage organizational effectiveness. 2.4 Create a culture of inquiry through regular data informed reviews and assessments that drive future planning.
Key Result 5 | Vigorously Enhance Awareness of the Comprehensive Nature of Edison to all Stakeholders.