Promotion and Transfer Policy
4.01 Promotion PolicyIn filling vacancies, qualified regular College employees will receive equal consideration for promotion, in accordance with the College's Statement of Affirmative Action Policy, regardless of race, color, creed, sex, national origin, age, handicap, or sexual orientation (defined exclusively as heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality). In cases where, in the judgment of the College, qualifications are equal, current employees will be given preference over other applicants.
(Amended Board of Trustees, 9/15/09)
4.02 Transfer Of Full-Time Employees1. Transfer from One Position Classification to Another
a. Vice Presidents and Campus Directors may transfer employees in Salary Plan A, in Salary Plan B, and in Salary Plan D below Level IV, within their pay grades/levels and fields of expertise, from one position to another. Vice- Presidents and Campus Directors may also make such transfers of employees in Salary Plan D Level IV with the written approval of the President. Such transfers may also be made by the President for employees in the Office of the President and in Level V at the campuses. Proposed transfers shall be discussed with the employee.
B. Salaries of employees transferred in accordance with paragraph a. above shall be determined as specified in Salary Plans A, B, and D.
2. Transfers from One College Location to Another
a. Transfers of employees from one College location to another within a county require the written approval of the Vice President and Campus Director (and the President for transfers to or from the Office of the President).
B. Transfers from one county to another may be made with the written approval of the Vice Presidents and Campus Directors of the campuses from which and to which the employee is to be transferred (or the President for transfers to or from the Office of the President). Transfers from one county to another also require the consent of the employee.