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The Citrus College Adjunct Faculty Federation (CCAFF), AFT, Local 6352, is a labor union representing adjunct faculty members of Citrus Community College District who serve approximately 12,000 students.The Federation is an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, the California Federation of Teachers, the California Labor Federation and the AFL-CIO
The California Community Colleges Registry is a large scale database containing the names, qualifications and desired position(s) of potential California Community College (CCC) faculty, support staff and management job applicants. The database is utilized by the 72 CCC Human Resources offices, representing the 109 California Community Colleges. This web site provides a number of services for individuals seeking employment as a faculty, support staff or manager at a California Community College. Currently, there are 1155 open jobs in the CCC Registry
Job opening at Citrus — click this link
If you have not been given an assignment (or your assignments have been much reduced during the coming months), you have a right to apply for unemployment insurance benefits. The state budget crisis has resulted in colleges, (including Citrus College), cutting class sections. Part-time faculty who lose some or all of their assignments may be eligible to collect unemployment benefits. You can apply online at www.edd.ca.gov or by phone at (800) 300-5616. Our recommendation is that you don’t bother with phone applications. The numbers of unemployed seeking benefits is extremely high, clogging the phone line and making your successful contact improbable.
Adjuncts are considered “temporary” employees who work without contracts and are not guaranteed continued employment. If you are not offered an assignment or if your workload is reduced, you can file for unemployment benefits. The EDD will determine whether you qualify. Continue reading