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Maggie Sullivan
Director

Human Resources Staff

(401) 456-8216
(401) 456-8717 (fax)


Location

Roberts Hall (R)
Rm. 303
Central Campus

Attention on-line applicants

Applicants that have questions or require assistance with their on-line application please email us at employment@ric.edu or call our office during business hours at 401-456-8216.

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NEW!

Affordable Care Act Notices informing employees of the establishment of the New Health Insurance Marketplace (also known as “health care exchanges”) that take effect in 2014 have been distributed to all Rhode Island College employees. Two specific notices have been distributed: the State of RI distributed a notice to all state employees paid on the State biweekly payroll and, Rhode Island College distributed a notice to all monthly employees and student employees paid through the RIC internal payroll. The following are copies of the notices distributed:

Illegal Workplace Harassment On-line Training

United Educators has developed and partnered with The RI Board of Governors for Higher Education to make available to all employees an on-line illegal harassment prevention exercise. The key goal is to educate all employees regarding acceptable workplace behavior and to continue to foster an environment free from illegal harassment consistent with the College's Illegal Harassment Policy. In addition, the recent headlines regarding claims of illegal harassment at other college campuses further strengthen the case for providing illegal harassment education to all employees.

We strongly urge all full-time and part-time employees to complete the on-line illegal harassment prevention exercise at your earliest convenience. The exercise may be completed at work or from home.

The role of the Office of Human Resources is to attract, retain, and motivate the employees of Rhode Island College and to promote the overall interests and strategic goals of the college community.

Other Important Information

The Clery Act requires colleges and universities to inform prospective employees of crime statistics relevant to their campuses. To access the Rhode Island College Annual Security Report, click on the following link: Clery Report

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Page last updated: July 24, 2014