State Board

BP 3-31 – Evaluation of Job Performance

STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION
Evaluation of Job Performance

BP 3-31

APPROVED: May 11, 1989
EFFECTIVE: July 1, 1989
EDITING APPROVED: June 8, 1989
EFFECTIVE: July 1, 1989
REPEALED: September 14, 2000
READOPTED: August 25, 2001
REVISED: June 7, 2002

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ISSUED BY:

/ Joe D. May /

Joe D. May
System President

Policy Statement

It is the intent of the Board that students be provided with the highest quality of instruction and services and that all components of the System be managed with efficiency and integrity. To this end, the Board has established this policy on evaluation of job performance.

Scope

This policy applies to Regular Faculty, Contract Staff, and college and central System staff Administrators (other than presidents).

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Employees of the Board shall be notified of the duties and responsibilities of the position they hold.

Evaluation of Job Performance

The System president for central staff and the college presidents for their respective college staffs will develop procedures for conducting evaluations which will assess each employee’s proficiency in performing the duties assigned. Such procedures shall meet the following guidelines:

  1. Employees will be informed concerning who will evaluate them.
  2. Evaluation shall include consideration of input from supervisors and subordinates.
  3. Student evaluation of instruction will be considered in the evaluation of teaching
    faculty.
  4. A formal evaluation conference shall be held at least once during each provisional
    contract. Thereafter, formal evaluation conferences shall be held on a regular
    basis. A written report of the conference will be provided to the employee.
  5. The employee shall have opportunity to respond to the formal evaluation report for
    the record.
  6. The college president will review an appeal by a faculty member of a formal
    evaluation report.

Procedures

The system president shall promulgate such procedures as may be needed to implement this policy.