Pima Community College
Education Association
(PCCEA) represents full-time Faculty members at the College. We speak for the Faculty during Meet and Confer - our interest-based negotiation process that addresses the salaries, compensation and working conditions for Faculty - while the Management Team speaks for the College's Board of Governors.  Visit the All Employee Representative Council webpage to review current Meet and Confer topics and submit any issue you need resolved. The outcomes of this work are presented in the Faculty Personnel Policy Statement. These policies govern the requirements and compensation for the full-time Faculty at Pima Community College.
Pima Community College Education Association ● 4905C  East Broadway Boulevard ● Tucson, Arizona 85709

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Recent Announcements

  • Below are the three most recent announcements. For more details, click on the announcement title. For past announcements, click the Announcement link to the left.
  • All Faculty Day 2018 PCCEA/Senate Presentation

    All Faculty Day 2018

    Presented by:
    • Tal Sutton, Senate President
    • Matej Boguszak, PCCEA Vice President

    PCCEA Faculty Survey Summary is also attached.
    Posted Jan 20, 2018, 4:31 PM by Ana Jiménez
  • Message from David Katz
    Hi Everyone,
    I want to bring to your attention some recommendations for individuals at the college who run into similar problems with their administrators.  They can be found at http://www.katzvpcc.com/pimacc-page-2.html   I'm printing them here to make it easier to disseminate them to all your faculty representatives.  (Note:  My website www.katzvpcc is still alive.)
    What does Judge Jorgenson’s ruling do for employees at Pima Community College?

    If you have any disciplinary or employment related hearing, first, read the College Employee Policy Statement.  Make sure that all the steps in the procedure are followed.

    For any complaint procedure/meeting, bring a representative from your representative group.  If a representative is not available, reschedule the meeting.

    To protect your 14th Amendment rights to due process, at the initial meeting, insist that it be chaired by an impartial individual.  Also, insist that the proceedings of the meeting be transcribed, again, by an impartial individual.  If those individuals are not provided, reschedule the meeting and leave.   (Based on my experience, and that of others, an HR representative is not an impartial individual.)

    You have a right to be provided with a copy of the complaint.  That must be a written, detailed description of the complaint with appropriate documentation including names, time, and date.  It must be delivered personally or by certified mail.

    If the complaint is delivered personally, at the meeting, ask for time to read that complaint and schedule a meeting to discuss and respond to the complaint.

    Do not accept any hearsay information.

    You must be permitted to respond to the complaint in the timeline outlined in the Employee Policy Statement.
    For those of you who supported me in my fight against the college administration, Thank you!   You now have some guidelines to prevent this from happing to others.
    Best regards,
    Posted Mar 2, 2017, 6:20 AM by Ana Jiménez
  • Capitol Visit 2017
    Posted Feb 28, 2017, 7:05 AM by Ana Jiménez
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