Employment Application and Required Documents
To apply to join the Horry-Georgetown Technical College team, please complete an employment application available online. For positions requiring an Associate Degree, Bachelor’s Degree or a Master’s Degree, the applicant must attach unofficial transcripts to your online application. (Official transcripts will be obtained at the time of hiring.) Please do not have transcripts mailed directly to the College. If you are selected for an interview and we have not received all of the required documentation, you will be notified.
Only online applications for vacancies will be accepted. Although we are a State of South Carolina Employer, we do not accept the State Employment Application. Only applications for advertised positions will be reviewed. The College does not accept paper applications, emailed applications, or faxed applications or related documents. We emphasize that any application or related documents, other than those submitted online for vacancies posted, will be not be accepted, reviewed or responded to.
GENERAL APPLICATION PROCEDURES
In order to be considered for any position, applicants must meet the minimum requirements of each position. When qualified applicants are completing the employment application. They must attach documents, as instructed for each vacancy, which may consist of a current resume and copies of official or unofficial transcripts to the application. All requested information, as instructed for each vacancy, must be received before the candidate's application will be reviewed. Resumes, letters or transcripts alone will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Applicants must apply to each position of interest.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER (EOE) / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (AA)/NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT
Our sincere commitment to both effective business management and equitable treatment of our employees requires that we present this Policy Statement as an embodiment of that commitment to the fullest. Horry-Georgetown Technical College prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, certain legally defined physical or mental disabilities or political affiliation.
Employees are our most valuable resource and our policy is that equal employment opportunity be provided to all present and prospective employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, certain legally defined physical or mental disabilities, or political affiliation. This policy applies to all personnel actions, including but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, classification compensation, benefits, promotion, transfers, layoffs, recall from layoffs and education, social, or recreational programs of the College.
The College has developed an Affirmative Action Plan to help us achieve our goal of equal employment opportunity for all. Members of our Board have reviewed the Plan and are committed to implementing the goals and timetables established in the Plan. Jackie Barrett, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources and Employee Relations, will have overall responsibility for implementation of our Affirmative Action Plan. These responsibilities include the development of specific goals and timetables, reporting progress to the President, and upon request, reporting to the President's Cabinet, Area Commission, Access/Equity and Opportunity Advisory Council and other identified internal and/or external groups.
The Affirmative Action Program is a temporary measure and will remain in effect until our goals are achieved. We expect the full cooperation of all employees of Horry-Georgetown Technical College in the implementation of this program.
Employee and applicant inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College may be directed to the College's Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer: Assistant Vice President for Human Resources and Employee Relations, Jackie Barrett, P.O. Box 261966, 2050 Hwy. 501 East, Conway, SC 29528, phone (843) 349-5212, who also serves as the College's Section 504, Title II and Title IX Coordinator for Employees and Applicants.
CAMPUS SECURITY ACT
The Campus Security Act of 1990 requires colleges and universities to disclose to current and prospective employees certain information. Title II of the Act requires that institutions provide employees information on institutional policies regarding security procedures and campus law enforcement, as well as a description of programs designed to inform employees about crime prevention. Title II of the Act also calls for institutions to provide statistical data about the on-campus occurrence of certain criminal offenses that have been reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies. The Federal Crime Report is filed in October each year and includes statistics for the College’s previous Calendar year: http://ope.ed.gov/security