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Procedures and Resources

Hiring and Related Processes

  • Administrator Matrix - Degrees and Factors — Administrative positions are placed in a salary range based on an analysis of the decision-making, complexity, purpose of contact and line/staff authority the position requires.

  • Agencies That Certify Degrees — See a list of agencies that can certify a DCCCD job applicant’s degree from a foreign college or university and verify that degree’s equivalent in the U.S. education system.

  • Criminal Background Check — The district requires a criminal background check for for employees who will have regular contact with minors, access credit or debit card account numbers, handle currency or work in an area designated as a security-sensitive area as part of their DCCCD job duties.

  • Criminal Background Check - A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act — The FCRA gives you specific rights when dealing with agencies that gather and sell information about you, including the information included in criminal background reports. The FCRA is designed to promote accuracy, fairness and privacy of information in the files these agencies maintain.

  • Documentation Required for Employment — See a list of the documentation new employees are required to complete or provide.

  • Work Experience Equivalencies — See a list of achievements, experience and credentials that can substitute for a required degree or type of work experience.

  • Equivalencies to the Masters — See a list of achievements and credentials that may be considered equivalent to a master’s degree when hiring.

  • Internship Programs and DCCCD Job Shadowing Programs - A Job Shadowing experience is possible for faculty, administrators and professional support staff seeking to enhance their experience and knowledge in the district and may also be a part of the DCCCD Career Institute curriculum.   

  • Interim Positions — Get information on eligibility requirements and procedures for filling administrator and faculty vacancies on a temporary or interim basis.  

  • Special Administrative Appointment Program (SAA Program) — This program provides DCCCD locations with an opportunity to appoint a temporary administrator to fill a critical or urgent location vacancy.
  • Business and Travel Allowance - To offset routine expenses incurred in conducting district business.

Review and/or Promotion Process

  • Internal Promotions — In exceptional circumstances, administrators and professional support staff may be considered for an internal promotion. 

  • Administrator Performance Review - Strategic Performance Management System - It is designed in response to the strategic needs of the District by providing supervisors effective tools for creating a culture of continuous performance improvement.

Retiring From Employment

  • See the Retirement page for the information you need to know about retiring from DCCCD, including retiree benefits.