Human Resources

 Welcome to the Shasta College Human Resources homepage!

 

We are located in the Administration Building on the Redding Campus. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed all major holidays.

We hope this page will act as a resource for employees and departments to gain information for common Human Resources dealings, as well as to obtain the latest versions of our forms and learn about the services we provide.

You can contact us at:
Shasta College Human Resources Office
11555 Old Oregon Trail
Redding CA, 96003
P.O. Box 496006 (96049-6006)
Phone: (530) 242-7640
TDD: (530) 225-4988
Fax: (530) 225-4990
For general questions, please send an email to hr@shastacollege.edu.

Our Mission, Vision and Values Statements

Mission Statement:

Hire and engage skilled employees to successfully serve our community


Vision Statement:


We envision providing every employee the opportunity to be fully engaged in serving the diverse academic needs of our community successfully. By 2025 we will:

  • Automate key HR processes enabling more efficient and effective service
  • Align employment benefits with evolving employee needs
  • Create a culture of accountability, compassion, achievement, and innovation
  • Become a model HR department in the California Community College system
  • Enhance Shasta College’s position as the employer of choice in the region

Principles and Values:


HR Department staff will be guided by the following principles and values in all interactions, relationships, and public service outcomes:

  • Strategic Thinking: We will align today’s decisions with our vision of tomorrow’s desired state
  • Best Ideas: We value the best idea over individual agendas; the best ideas are supported by objective evidence
  • Collaboration and Cooperation: We will engage others internally and externally in a positive way to achieve the best outcomes for the community, the District, faculty, and staff in all our work
  • Ethical Action: We will adhere to a high standard of moral and ethical conduct in every word and action
  • Equity: We will meet people at their place of need as we provide our services
  • Inclusive: We will proactively encourage stakeholders to participate in our decision-making
  • Transparent: We will be honest, as transparent as possible, and communicate clearly in all interactions
  • Service: We will pursue efficiency, effectiveness, and equity in all our work
  • Public Value: We will strengthen our community by meeting the highest standards of excellence in public service
  • Compassion: We will treat all people compassionately at all times​

About the District

Shasta College has been serving Redding and the surrounding areas for almost 60 years. Established in 1950, the District encompasses the counties of Shasta, Tehama, and Trinity and covers approximately 10,000 square miles. The College is located four miles east of Redding, which is the population center of the upper Sacramento Valley. Located 220 miles northeast of San Francisco, the campus is situated on 337 acres and commands spectacular views of Mt. Shasta, Mt. Lassen, and the Trinity Alps. Shasta College enrolls approximately 11,000 students, including on-campus day and evening classes, with off-campus students taking classes in extended education campuses throughout the District. The College Currently employs 175 full-time faculty and administrators, 300 part-time instructors, and 200 support staff.

About the Community

The City of Redding, with a population of around 90,000 is the financial, industrial, medical, and retail center of far Northern California. Redding has outstanding municipal services, distinguished schools, four hospitals, and offers a variety of cultural activities. The recently restored historic Cascade Theatre and the Shasta College Health Sciences Center are at the heart of the downtown revitalization. Also located in Redding are the Civic Auditorium, Turtle Bay Exploration Park and the renowned Sundial Bridge. Nearby are some of the most outstanding recreational areas in the western United States, including Shasta, Trinity, and Whiskeytown Lakes. There are three private four-year colleges, National University, Simpson University and Shasta Bible College. The Redding area has a moderate spring and fall; hot, dry summers; and cool, wet winters with temperatures that seldom fall below freezing.  ​​​​​​