4.1 Dual Employment
It is the policy of the College to prohibit employees from holding second College jobs, subject to certain exceptions.
This policy is effective July 1, 2001.
This policy applies to all full-time and regular part-time employees of the College.
Exception to Dual Employment
Full-time and regular part-time employees may be permitted to hold second jobs at the College but only if they are specifically approved to do so by the President for the following reasons:
- Temporary Emergency Coverage
- Critical Areas of Expertise
Full-time Faculty who teach Con-ed classes, Adjunct Faculty, and other full-time and regular part-time employees who teach or coordinate Con. Ed. assignments will not be considered as working a second job unless the second job is a regular assignment that continues from semester to semester and/or exceeds the equivalent of nine hours per week of scheduled time.
Per Diem employees may continue to hold more than one Per Diem job as long as the combined time worked in all Per Diem jobs does not exceed 40 hours in a pay week and 500 hours annually.
Second jobs are allowed in the following areas but only at the beginning of each semester, and only if the total elapsed time worked is two (2) weeks or less and the total hours worked is twenty (20) hours or less:
The manager requesting an exception to this Dual Employment policy will complete and forward a Personnel Action Form and Position Requisition form to the Director of Human Resources along with a detailed justification and funding source for the request.
The Director will forward the request to the Dean of Administration for review with the Deans' Council. If approved by the Deans' Council, the request will be forwarded to the President for a final decision. The Director of Human Resources will inform the requesting Manager whether the request has been approved or denied.