The Georgia College Office of Human Resources is committed to providing quality services to our faculty, staff, students, retirees and members of the community at large. We strive to attract, retain; and develop an engaged and diverse workforce to support the dynamic and high quality needs of the institution.
We are dedicated to employees and potential employees of Georgia College. Our office will be your source for information on employment opportunities, compensation and benefits, employee services and more.
Georgia College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution committed to cultural, racial and ethnic communities. We promote equal employment opportunities regardless of race, religion, color, gender, marital status, genetic information, national origin, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. It is expected that successful candidates share these commitments.
Carol Ward, Chief Human Resource Officer
Shapes the direction of the human resources function through the development and implementation of policies governing all of the human resources functional areas including: Compensation and Benefits, Employee Relations, Employment Services, and Training and Professional Development.
Julia Williams, Assistant Director of Compensation and Benefits
Classification & Compensation Services (Class & Comp)
Works in partnership with department managers to provide assistance in interpreting and applying fair and consistent evaluation of positions and equitable compensation.
- Position classifications
- PA7 Position Management (staff and students)
- Salary equity analysis
- Position descriptions
Assists faculty and staff in understanding their benefit programs which include private consultations, seminars/workshops, vendor fairs and orientations.
- Benefits administration (potential employees, new hires, existing employees, separating employee, and retirees)
- Open enrollment
- OneUSG Connect (Employee Self-services)
Nirva Pierre-Louis, Assistant Director of Employee Relations
The mission of the Employee Relations function within the Office of Human Resources is to provide exemplary customer services to both employees and managers to foster a collaborative work environment. Employee Relations focuses on promoting good workplace behaviors that are respectful, reasonable and responsible.
- Workers Compensation and Return to Work
- Disabilities Services
- Employee Complaints
- Employee Exit Interviews
- Leave Administration
- Conflict Resolution and Mediation
- Performance Management
- Progressive Discipline and Grievance Procedures
Amber Collins, Assistant Director of Employment Services
Employment Services oversees the hiring of benefited staff, temporary staff and student employees. Our office partners with Academic Affairs to hire Faculty which includes on-boarding: conducting background checks, completing I-9 forms, etc. Our focus is to recruit and hire candidates who are committed to Georgia College's mission of enriching the lives of students and the local and global communities through teaching, research, and service. We believe a talented and diverse workforce will create an environment that will foster creativity and respect for contributions.
- Recruitment of Staff Positions (Advisement)
- Job Postings
- PA7 Applicant Tracking (staff and students)
- On-Boarding Faculty and Staff
- Pre-employment Screening/Testing
Kelly Prior, Training and Employee Development Manager
The Training and Professional Development functional area of the Office of Human Resources is responsible for providing the Georgia College community with an opportunity for continued improvement and development through providing compliance training and new employee orientation in addition to professional development and enrichment opportunities.
- Compliance Training
- Ethics Assessment and Refresher
- Campus Training Coordinator
- New Employee Orientation
- Repository for Training Transcripts
Georgia College & State University is part of the University System of Georgia.
The Board of Regents was created in 1931 as part of a reorganization of Georgia's state government. The Board oversees all public colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia.
The University System of Georgia offers students higher education options at 35 colleges and universities throughout the state, providing a wide range of academic programming, including certificates, associate, baccalaureate, master's, doctoral and professional degrees.
In January 2002, the University System of Georgia marked its 70th anniversary.
The University System offers a core employee benefit package consisting of group health, dental and life insurance, as well as retirement plan options for all regular employees who work one-half time or more. All University System employees are covered by workers' compensation, and certain employees also enjoy social security participation.
USG employee benefits information
- Other HR Websites
- OneUSG Self-Service Portal
- USG Policies
- Ethics Hotline
- Holiday Schedules
Milledgeville GA 31061