Welcome to AHC Human Resources
The Human Resources office is responsible for the administration of personnel functions
for all management, classified, and academic personnel of the college (i.e. recruitment,
selection, employment processing, evaluations, employer/employee relations, terminations,
policy interpretation and development and employee orientation, training, and professional
development). The office is also responsible for maintaining equal employment opportunity
legal guidelines and the management, interpretation, and implementation of all collective
Bldg. B-205, Santa Maria Campus
Telephone 1-805-922-6966 ext. 3338
Fax number: (805) 922-9196
Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Please follow the application procedure listed in each job announcement in order to
receive full consideration. Incomplete, unsigned, or late applications may not be considered.
Applicants may email applications to AHCJobs@hancockcollege.edu. An auto reply will be sent to the applicant. This email does not verify that your
application packet is complete. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure
that we have received all of the required application materials.
Please note: A separate application must be submitted for each position in which you
If you have further questions regarding your application or the application process,
please contact the Human Resources staff directly at 1-805-922-6966 ext. 3338.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The Board of Trustees of the Allan Hancock Joint Community College District recognizes
that diversity in the academic environment fosters cultural awareness, mutual understanding and respect, harmony and creativity, while providing positive
images for all students. The board commits the district to the active promotion of
campus diversity, including recruitment and selection of qualified employees from a wide variety of
backgrounds and equal employment opportunities in all aspects of employment, including assignments, promotions, and transfers. In
addition, the Board of Trustees recognizes that to be effective, an equal employment
opportunity plan must be developed, reviewed and adopted in compliance with Education
Code and Title 5 requirements. See Board Policy 3420.
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WElcome to AHC
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History of AHC
Allan Hancock College was founded in 1920 when the Santa Maria High School District
established Santa Maria Junior College. Classes were held in high school rooms until
1937, when a bond issue passed and a college wing was built on the northwest corner
of the high school campus. Read More »
Allan Hancock College provides quality educational opportunities that enhance student
learning and the creative, intellectual, cultural, and economic vitality of our diverse
Allan Hancock College will be the recognized leader in student success through excellence
in teaching, learning, and services in an environment of mutual respect.