HR Contact Information

Kelly Underwood
Director, Human Resources
ext. 3936 
kunderwood@hancockcollege.edu
Serves as the administrator of all personnel functions; supervises the Human Resources department staff; and chairs HR Council and oversees standing committees.

Eric Walker
Assistant Director, Human Resources
ext. 3318 
eric.walker1@hancockcollege.edu 
Implement approved recommendations for assigned human resources functions which support the college's strategic plan. Assist with preparing reports and documentation for accreditation and other responsibilities, including writing procedures and manuals, and conducting investigations of employment complaints and preparing mandatory reports. Supervise and serve as the day-to-day office manager. 

Jessica Parker
Coordinator, Employee Relations/Classification
ext. 3312
jessica.parker@hancockcollege.edu
Coordinates workers’ compensation program; manages employee leave benefits; manages the coordination of personnel policies and procedures in classification and compensation matters in accordance with collective bargaining agreements; recommends initial salary placement for all new employees per employee collective bargaining agreement salary schedule regulations; monitors employee absence/leave reporting; assists managers in analyzing and developing position job descriptions and conducting a job analysis; provides advisory and clerical support to collective bargaining association negotiation process by serving as designated liaison.

Sharan Kelly
Coordinator, Human Resources/Professional Development
ext. 3509
skelly@hancockcollege.edu
Coordinates and prepares all appropriate board agenda items; coordinates staff professional development training; assists in preparing and managing department budgets; provides advisory and clerical support to collective bargaining association negotiation process by serving as designated liaison

Lizabeth Phillips
Coordinator, Recruitment
ext. 3378
lphillips@hancockcollege.edu
Manages all recruitment support services for faculty, administrative and classified position vacancies; promotes the district at events and job fairs; develops and updates employee job descriptions and vacancy announcements as needed for recruitment purposes; assists managers in analyzing and developing position job descriptions and conducting a job analysis; provides advisory and clerical support to collective bargaining association negotiation process by serving as designated liaison. 

Pam Blanchard
Benefits Coordinator
ext. 3297
pamela.blanchard@hancockcollege.edu
Processes all employee and retiree health and welfare benefits including but not limited to open enrollment, new hire enrollments, additions, terminations, or changes; tracks and processes monthly payments for retirees’ medical and dental benefits and keeps retirees informed of their status; responds to all inquiries regarding eligibility for health and welfare benefits and gives directions and guidance; reviews and processes physical exam fund encumbrances and reimbursements and tuition assistant reimbursements.

Tina Middleton
Human Resources Assistant
ext. 3314 or 3338
tperalez@hancockcollege.edu
Performs functions of receptionist in Human Resources office at front desk; supports the coordinators in assisting with specific job duties related to each area of specialization in Human Resources Department; serves as backup position in each coordinator position as needed or assigned.

Stefanie Aye
Human Resources Assistant
ext. 3316 or 3338
stefanie.aye@hancockcollege.edu
Performs functions of receptionist in Human Resources office at front desk; supports the coordinators in assisting with specific job duties related to each area of specialization in Human Resources Department; serves as backup position in each coordinator position as needed or assigned.

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