Does Palomar sponsor visas for employees from other countries?
In order to be employed in a permanent position at Palomar College, a candidate’s right-to-work documentation must give him/her the legal right to work in a permanent capacity in the United States. Palomar College is unable to sponsor visas for employees or assist employees in obtaining work visas.
I have a degree from an institution that is not in the United States. Will you accept my degree?
All applicants who have degrees from educational institutions outside of the United States that are not accredited by agencies approved by the U. S. Department of Education are required to have their transcripts evaluated (course by course evaluation) by an appropriate United States credentials evaluation service. For a list of credentials evaluation agencies, visit the National Association of Credentials Evaluation Services (NACES) website at http://www.naces.org/. Palomar College does not endorse or recommend any particular agency on this site. Please note that credentials evaluation agencies charge a fee for their services and that we are unable to reimburse applicants for these fees. Human Resource Services will accept unofficial copies of transcript evaluations until the date of hire.
When will you contact me regarding the position I applied for?
We generally begin scheduling interviews 2-8 weeks after a position closes. You can expect to receive notification about your application’s status at that time. We call all candidates who are selected for interviews and send emails to all candidates who have not been selected for interviews. If it has been more than two months since the first screening deadline and you haven’t received correspondence from us, you may contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (760) 744-1150 ext. 3024.
Can I interview via telephone or videoconferencing?
Due to the nature of our hiring process, and to ensure fairness and consistency for all interviewees, Palomar College only conducts interviews in person on our campus. We are unable to interview candidates by telephone or videoconferencing. If you are invited to an interview, you will be required to come to the campus for your interview.
I have a disability and need an accommodation during the hiring process.
Please complete the Confidential Data Sheet portion of your application packet, in which you can describe your needs and request specific accommodations. Or, if you prefer, you may contact our office by phone at (760) 744-1150 ext. 3024 or email us at email@example.com to discuss your needs confidentially.
Equal Employment Opportunity, Unlawful Discrimination, and Sexual Harassment Policies
The District’s Equal Employment Opportunity Plan, unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment policies, and relevant complaint procedures are available on the District’s Equity and Diversity page.
What are the minimum qualifications to teach at Palomar College?
Minimum Qualifications are determined by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office. A detailed list can be found by clicking the following link: Minimum Qualifications Handbook.
If I have already completed a Live Scan for another job, will those results work for Palomar College?
Live Scan must be done solely for the Palomar Community College District. Live Scan done for other schools or professions will not qualify for employment on campus.
Do I need to pay for my Live Scan?
All classification groups are responsible for the costs associated with Live Scan (finger printing), with the exception of Student Workers and Volunteers.