Employee Profile

 

Highlights of CWC Employment:
  • Two long-term administrators, Jay Nielson and Dr. Mohammed Waheed, retired at the end of the fiscal year taking with them more than 40 years of cumulative institutional knowledge and experience.
  • A change in leadership in the human resources department occurred in FY 12.
  • CWC hired 420 individuals last fiscal year into full-time, part-time, temporary, student, community education or adjunct instruction positions.
  • CWC paid $13,896,798.60 in total wages for Fiscal Year 12.
  • Employees worked 582,691.38 hours for Fiscal Year 12.
  • The average annual salary for full-time, benefitted positions for fiscal year 2012 was $47,044.

 

Average age47
Age range24 to 69
Female46.4 percent
Male53.6 percent
Full-time47.6 percent
Less than full-time52.4 percent
  
Age Distribution
Under 3010 percent
30-3916 percent
40-4928 percent
50-5930 percent
60+16 percent
  
Race/Ethnicity Representation 
Nonresident Alien0.2 percent
Hispanic/Latino3.9 percent
American Indian/Alaskan native3.9 percent
Asian0.2 percent
White54.8 percent
Race/ethnicity not disclosed36.9 percent
  
Length of ServiceFull-time, benefited employees only
Average length of service8.84 years
Median length of service6.64 years
Length of service range6 months to 38 years
  
Distribution of years of service 
Less than 1 8.8 percent
1 to 428.2 percent
5-928.6 percent
10 to 1417.6 percent
15 to 207.6 percent
20 plus9.2 percent
  
Employment by type 
Instructional37.7 percent
Other professional support29.7 percent
Clerical17.7 percent
Service/maintenance18.9 percent
Executive/management4.1 percent
Skilled craft1.6 percent
Technical0.3 percent
  

 

 

 

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