The mission of HR is to ensure that El Paso Community College employs and retains qualified personnel who support the delivery of quality educational programs that empower our students to improve their quality of life.
The El Paso County Community College District opened its doors in 1971 and continues to be a growing, dynamic, and innovative multi-campus system serving over 28,000 students each semester.
EPCC Jobs Posting Database
Classification & Compensation
Determines classification, category and salary grade of new positions and reviews existing ones for appropriate placement. Maintains and updates the database for all job descriptions within the District.
Faculty Credentials ensures that each faculty member employed with El Paso Community College possesses the academic preparation, training and experience to meet the minimum requirements of accreditation and state agencies.
Provide housing for all Personnel and Payroll documents for all faculty and staff within the district. Records also process teacher service records, verifications of employment as well as unemployment claims.
Office of Risk Management and Safety
The Office of Risk Management and Safety provides safety training for all employees. All training subjects apply not only to EPCC worksites, but to the home.
Training is offered in the following areas:
- Emergency Evacuation
- Fire Safety
- Heat Stress
- Hazardous Communication
- Ladder Safety
- Office Ergonomics
- Office Safety
- Portable Fire Extinguisher Use
- Proper Lifting