Employee Benefits Committee (1.0900.14)

Based on board policy number and Florida Statutes: College Policy 1.020
Effective Date: 2/92; Rev 6/97; 11/06; 9/08; 11/2011; 01/2013; 10/2013; 10/2014
Date of Review: 05/09; 08/11; 03/12; 08/2013; 09/2014


The purpose of the committee is to review periodically the benefits offered by the College to its non-bargaining unit employees and to recommend modifications based on information obtained through the ongoing analysis of employee needs and market conditions.


  1. The membership of the committee shall include at least one representative from each of the Seminole State College Campuses or Centers and consist of full-time and part-time employees who are representative of the non-bargaining unit employees as follows:
    1. Two career service employees
    2. Two professional level employees
    3. Two administrator level employees
    4. Two part-time employees to include at least one adjunct
    5. Manager of Employee Benefits
    6. Associate Director, Payroll Services (ex officio, non-voting)
    7. Associate Director, Human Resources (ex officio, non-voting)
  2. The chair of the committee shall be elected by the committee membership.
  3. The chair of the committee will forward the committee's assessments and recommendations to the Executive Vice President.
  4. Except where membership is defined by position title, members shall serve three-year, staggered terms. Adjunct and part-time staff members shall serve on a term-by-term basis.
  5. The committee shall meet at least four times a year. Minutes of each meeting shall be recorded and posted to the Seminole State College Standing Committees Web page.
  6. Recommendations of the committee for improvement and change will be made to the Executive Team through the Executive Vice President. 
Recommended by Executive Team Date 10/2014
Approved President, E. Ann McGee Date 10/2014

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