Where can I find my collective agreement? How do I update personal information? What is expected of me as an MHC employee? Find answers to these and other questions right here.
Employee RecordsHuman Resources has an employment file on each employee of the college. The personnel file of an individual is the legal file for employment purposes and is the property of Medicine Hat College.
Access to an employee's personnel file is restricted to the employee and his/her supervisor(s), as well as the HR staff who maintain the file.
If you want to view your personnel file, please phone one of the HR staff to set up a date and time.
Personal InformationYou are responsible for advising Human Resources immediately of any change to your personal information, such as:
Contact the Human Resources Department at Local 2250.
Management Job descriptions are developed and maintained in Human Resources for all management employees.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees Job description are developed, evaluated through the Job Evaluation Committee and maintained in Human Resources.
Faculty Position responsibilities are outlined in the agreement between the Medicine Hat College Board of Governors and Medicine Hat College Faculty Association.
Management Human Resources notify supervisors to assess an employee’s performance during the probationary period of employment. Thereafter, appraisals are conducted in accordance with college policy.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees Human Resources notify supervisors to assess an employee’s performance during the probationary period of employment. Thereafter, appraisals are conducted in accordance with college policy.
Faculty Appraisals or evaluations are performed according to the agreement between the Medicine Hat College Board of Governors and the Medicine Hat College Faculty Association.
FacultyAll new regular full-time faculty complete a two (2) year probationary period. During this time Instructors will be evaluated four times, once per semester. Please refer to the Faculty Association Collective Agreement, Article 4, for further information.
ManagementAll new Management employees complete a twelve (12) month probationary period. During this time evaluation of performance is assessed at the mid and end points.
AUPE All new AUPE employees complete a six (6) month probationary period, except for those at Pay Levels 7 and higher, in which instances the probationary period will be twelve (12) months. Please refer to the AUPE Agreement, Article 8, for further information.
In general, all faculty of Medicine Hat College are encouraged to utilize the many resources, reference materials, policy, procedures, and services the college has in support of instructional delivery for our students.
We urge you to check with your Dean, Program Coordinator, or other colleagues to become familiar with the following:
Disabilities ServicesThrough our Division of Adult Development, we have services available to accommodate students with physical impairments, learning disabilities, students who have attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, students who have brain injuries, who may be deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired or who may have medical, psychiatric or "invisible" disabilities.
Students with disabilities who wish to request services and accommodation are responsible to self-identify during the admissions process and to meet with the college's Disability Services Coordinator.
If you are a new instructor, support staff employee, or a new administrator and you have been made aware of students who may wish to access disability services, please visit:
Click here for more information about Disabilities Services.
Collective Agreements and Terms of Employment:
Human Resources Room C220Medicine Hat College299 College Drive SEMedicine Hat, AlbertaT1A 3Y6
Tel: 403.504-2250Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org
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