Huston-Tillotson University welcomes innovative and diverse applicants eager to add productivity to the University. At the heart of a successful institution are people eager to broaden their knowledge and contribute to the University and its students. From administration to facilities, from faculty to student activities, Huston-Tillotson University’s staff and faculty are collaborating to achieve our mission of providing a diverse student body with an exemplary education.
- Unofficial transcripts submitted at time of application (official graduate transcripts required upon hire).
- Must have at least a master’s degree with 18 graduate hours of coursework in the teaching discipline.
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Policies and Procedures
Employee Assistance Program
Huston-Tillotson University values the work and dedication of every employee. We also realize there are many factors that contribute to employees’ well being and to promoting balance between work and home life. Therefore, we have made available a resource to employees to assist them with these issues—the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Your EAP is provided by Alliance Work Partners (AWP) a professional service of Workers Assistance Program, Inc. AWP provides confidential advice, counseling, and referral services on a variety of issues for employees and their dependents.
The EAP is available to assist employees and their dependents who may be experiencing personal life problems such as marital strife, legal or financial problems, stress, emotional problems, family problems, and drug- or alcohol- related problems. All services provided by AWP are free of charge and confidential. We encourage you to make use of these services whenever you feel it is necessary.
We think AWP provides a convenient way to obtain professional assistance in strict confidence. We hope you will use the program if you have the need.
The Human Resources Department supports Huston-Tillotson University’s commitment to provide its increasingly diverse student body with an exemplary education by striving to attract, develop, motivate, and retain the most responsive, talented and diverse faculty and staff who will be committed to helping the institution achieve its mission and goals.
Human Resources will be responsive to the needs of the faculty and staff and will effectively administer the human resource activities necessary to support the educational mission of the institution. Human Resources strives to create an ethical institutional climate that enhances employee productivity and ensures recognition and respect for the worth and dignity of all employees.
The Office of Human Resources is located in the Anthony E. and Louise Viaer – Alumni Hall, Room 101. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding University holidays and/or breaks.
Human Resources provides information and assistance to the University community concerning employee benefits and administration, employment opportunities, and various staff development activities.