"I was only going to stay at Medicine Hat College for two years but instead I built my life here. I love the people. I love the students. I like to watch their journey in gaining knowledge. I love the challenge of every day because you don't know what it's going to bring."
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There are lots of good reasons to work at MHC - great people, inclusive work environment, and the opportunity to help students succeed every day. As a college employee, you are also eligible to receive a wide variety of benefits, depending on your employment contract.
Deferred Salary Leave
Employees may defer a portion of their salary for a minimum of two years to a maximum of six years. A leave of six months (minimum) to 12 months (maximum) must be taken immediately following the deferral period.
Please refer to the Deferred Salary Leave Policy for more details.
Benefits vary depending on the nature of your employment at MHC. The range of benefits includes:
Health & Dental
For more information, please visit the HR SharePoint site or the Alberta Blue Cross member site.
All staff are encouraged to participate in professional development activities. Medicine Hat College provides its employees with many options for Training & Development.
For more information, you may also contact the HR department.
Tuition waivers may be available to employees for courses taken at the Medicine Hat College. Waivers may also be available to spouses and dependents. Eligibility requirements can be found in the Collective Agreements/Terms of Employment.
Questions and information on eligibility for participation, or tax implications may be referred to our Human Resources Department.
Children may be enrolled in the program if they are between the ages of 19 months and 7 years of age, and if there is space available within the appropriate age group. When the upper limit is reached for the centre, or for a particular age group, a waitlist is created.
Priority for enrolment from the wait list is first come, first served, except that siblings of children already attending the program will normally receive priority for admission in the interest of family continuity, and the following order of priority will be given to:
Please note that parents on the waitlist who turn down a vacant space may be removed from a priority level on that list.
MHC students benefit from hands-on learning, and you can benefit too. Every group of apprentices in the automotive service program require access to vehicles to diagnose issues and solve problems. They welcome vehicles belonging to employees and family members whenever it suits the needs of the program.
Please remember that this isn't a commercial repair operation. Repairs will take extra time as students only work part of the day. All parts must be paid upon completion of work. Vehicles are selected based on the subjects being taught, parts and service information availability.
Please contact the program coordinator for more information.
At Medicine Hat College, our most valuable asset is our people. Each employee contributes to the success of the college and, ultimately, to the success of our students.
The annual Employee Recognition Celebration is one of the ways we applaud the contributions of our colleagues and share in their success.
Save the date!
The 2019 Employee Recognition Celebration is Thursday, May 2. The reception and award presentations will be held in Centennial Hall and the Eresman Theatre at the Medicine Hat campus.
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Medicine Hat, Alberta
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