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Human Resources

We remain committed to providing HR-related programs and services that continuously meet the changing needs of El Camino’s multi-talented and diverse workforce.

Welcome to El Camino College

Human Resources is available to answer questions and provide assistance via phone, email, and Zoom conferencing. In-person service is available by appointment.Contact Us

Human Resources supports El Camino College’s mission of making a positive difference in people’s lives. We do this by providing high-quality services and programs to:

  • Recruit and retain a diverse and talented workforce at all levels;
  • Foster a campus environment where employees feel engaged and valued;
  • Promote leadership opportunities and career growth; and
  • Implement policies and processes that are clear, fair, and legally compliant.

Our services include:

  • Health benefits and retirement counseling for faculty and staff;
  • Employee and labor relations;
  • Personnel policy and contract administration;
  • Diversity and inclusion awareness efforts;
  • Equal employment opportunity compliance; and
  • Training and leadership development.

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Human Resources remains committed to providing HR-related programs and services that continuously meet the changing needs of El Camino’s multi-talented and diverse workforce.

Submit an Incident Report & Referral Form to report and/or refer concerns within the El Camino College community. You may use this form to refer El Camino students for follow up on issues including, but not limited, to the following:

  • Need for support resources (e.g., mental health resources, sexual assault support services, food or housing insecurity)
  • Unusual or concerning behavior (e.g., suicidal ideation, extreme changes in mood or class participation, threats, class disruptions)
  • Potential violations of the Standards of Student Conduct or any other Board Policy or Administrative Policy
  • Student grievances/complaints against an employee, a college decision, or an action (in the classroom or outside the classroom) that violates and/or adversely affects a student’s status, rights, or privileges per Administrative Policy 5530

The Office of Title IX, Diversity, and Inclusion receives, investigates, compiles reports and makes recommendations for the resolution of both employee and student discrimination and sexual harassment complaints.

It develops, maintains and monitors the District’s Equal Employment Opportunity Plan and ensures equal employment opportunity and compliance with rules, regulations and laws.

The office is also responsible for certain program development, problem identification and data analysis, compilation and reporting. 

Human Resources remains committed to providing HR-related programs and services that continuously meet the changing needs of El Camino’s multi-talented and diverse workforce.

Submit an Incident Report & Referral Form to report and/or refer concerns within the El Camino College community. You may use this form to refer El Camino students for follow up on issues including, but not limited, to the following:

  • Need for support resources (e.g., mental health resources, sexual assault support services, food or housing insecurity)
  • Unusual or concerning behavior (e.g., suicidal ideation, extreme changes in mood or class participation, threats, class disruptions)
  • Potential violations of the Standards of Student Conduct or any other Board Policy or Administrative Policy
  • Student grievances/complaints against an employee, a college decision, or an action (in the classroom or outside the classroom) that violates and/or adversely affects a student’s status, rights, or privileges per Administrative Policy 5530

The Office of Title IX, Diversity, and Inclusion receives, investigates, compiles reports and makes recommendations for the resolution of both employee and student discrimination and sexual harassment complaints.

It develops, maintains and monitors the District’s Equal Employment Opportunity Plan and ensures equal employment opportunity and compliance with rules, regulations and laws.

The office is also responsible for certain program development, problem identification and data analysis, compilation and reporting. 

 

The El Camino Community College District is committed to providing an educational and employment environment in which no person is subjected to discrimination on the basis of  actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, creed, age (over 40), disability (mental or physical), sex, gender (including pregnancy and childbirth), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, military and veteran status, or retaliation; or on any other basis as required by state and federal law.

Questions? Contact Us

Human Resources

Administration Building - Room 131

Hours:
Monday-Thursday
7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Phone: 310-660-3593 ext. 3807

Fax: 310-660-3794

HR@elcamino.edu