Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Santa Rosa Junior College to cut majority of 500 temporary support jobs - ELOÍSA RUANO GONZÁLEZ, THE PRESS DEMOCRAT

Santa Rosa Junior College plans to eliminate the majority of its temporary support staff, up to 500 positions, to narrow a $3.4 million budget deficit brought on primarily by declining student enrollment. The cuts will come through job assignments that will not be renewed starting next month. The so-called short-term, non-continuing positions are spread across various areas of the campus and include custodial, ground maintenance and administrative and instructional assistant jobs. The tally represents up to a sixth of SRJC’s workforce, and could result in a $1 million savings for the college of 36,000 students.

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