Faculty Association SBCC

Have a great summer everyone!
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President
Grievance Officer
Cornelia Alsheimer alsheimer@sbcc.edu
Ext. 4454 
Cell 805-708-4173
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Vice President
Anna Parmely parmely@sbcc.edu
Ext. 4720
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Treasurer 
Jamie Campbell 
Ext. 3652
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Secretary

Lynne Stark

lestark@pipeline.sbcc.edu

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FA Part-time 
Representative
Jeffrey Gray 
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Membership/Organizing 
Coordinator 
Geordie Armstrong
Ext. 4723
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Membership/Organizing 
Coordinator 
Armando Ramos
aramosii@pipeline.sbcc.edu

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Grievance Officer 
 Carmen Rivero

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Grievance Officer 
Chris Ulivo 

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Webmaster/Social Media
Margarita Martín Del Campo
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FA SBCC
INTRODUCTION:
The Santa Barbara City College Faculty Association (FA) is the collective bargaining agent for all faculty, both regular and adjunct, at SBCC. The Association's primary role is to negotiate with the District for salaries, benefits and working conditions for the faculty. In addition, the Association assists individual faculty in the event of employment related disputes and helps to ensure that faculty members understand and enjoy the rights to which they are entitled. In the process of this, the Association monitors both the activities of the District as well as developing changes in the law and employment practices in an effort to improve the working environment for faculty and the College as a whole.

The FA is an independent association, not affiliated with any larger collective bargaining organizations such as AFT, CTA, or the AAUP. The FA is a member of the California Community College Independents (CCCI), which is a consortium of other independent, community college bargaining agents from around the state. Currently there are fifteen such independent organizations. Through CCCI, the FA shares information, strategies, and approaches to common issues. Additionally, the President of CCCI represents the Independents on the California Community College Consultation Council in Sacramento, as well as the Council of Faculty Organizations (COFO). Thus, through CCCI, your Faculty Association has direct input into the policy-making process of the system wide Chancellor and Board of Governors.

SBCC has a long and productive history of shared governance through the Academic Senate. Because of this, faculty interests in the areas of governance, academic policies, and other academic and professional matters are represented through the Senate. The FA focuses on salary, benefits, and working conditions for faculty. Resulting in a "thin" contract. The FA and the Senate maintain a liaison relationship that works to complement the efforts of each body, and in the long run, bring greatest benefit to the faculty and the college.

MEETING SCHEDULE
  DAY: 1st & 3rd Friday of each month   
TIME: 9:00 -11:00 am    FA SBCC ZOOM 
FA Executive Board Fall 2021 Meetings: August 20, Sept 3 & 17, Oct 1 & 15 (Hold Oct 29), Nov 5 & 19, Dec 3 .
   
             5/21/2021 Agenda
9-11 am.   FA SBCC ZOOM   
     
05/07/2021    Agenda
 9-11 am.   FA SBCC ZOOM   

04/22/2021   Thursday
End-of-Semester Evaluations Wrap Up  & Q&A Session at 10 am.      FA SBCC ZOOM   

9-11 am.   FA SBCC ZOOM   

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JOIN THE SBCC FACULTY ASSOCIATION

We are an independent union supported and funded exclusively by faculty at SBCC.  We are knowledgeable and responsive to your needs!  Please join by filling out the form below.  You may print, sign, and return by campus mail - 
or give to Faculty Association representative during In-Service day - or scan, 
sign, and email to the address shown on the form.

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QUESTIONS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS
     and YOUR EMPLOYMENT:
  Please visit the 
"Community /Assistance" section of our website.
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COVID-19 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

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ELECTIONS RESULTS Spring 2021
 SBCC Faculty
The results for the Spring FA election are below. There were 2 full-time seats, 1 part-time seat, and 1 seat that goes to the next highest votes up for election. 
Total votes cast: 177
Jamie Campbell FT: 111
Carmen Rivero FT: 110
Christopher Ulivo FT: 89
Ellen Carey FT: 85
Margarita Martin Del Campo PT: 79
Robbie Fischer FT: 68
Lee Chang FT: 1 (Write-in)

Thank you to all who ran and voted!
Geordie Armstrong



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FA SBCC--INTRODUCCIÓN

La Asociación de Profesores del Colegio de la Ciudad de Santa Bárbara (FA, por sus siglas en inglés) es el agente de negociación colectiva para todos los profesores, tanto regulares como adjuntos, en SBCC. La función principal de la Asociación es negociar con el Distrito los salarios, los beneficios y las condiciones laborales de la facultad. Además, la Asociación ayuda a los profesores individualmente, en caso de disputas laborales y ayuda a garantizar que los miembros del profesorado comprendan y disfruten de los derechos que les corresponden. En el proceso, la Asociación monitorea tanto las actividades del Distrito como el desarrollo de cambios en la ley y las prácticas laborales en un esfuerzo por mejorar el ambiente de trabajo para los profesores y el Colegio en general.

La FA es una asociación independiente, no afiliada a ninguna organización de negociación colectiva más grande como AFT, CTA o AAUP. La FA es miembro de California Community College Independents (CCCI), que es un consorcio de otros agentes independientes de negociación de universidades comunitarias de todo el estado. Actualmente hay quince organizaciones independientes de este tipo. A través de CCCI, la FA comparte información, estrategias y enfoques para problemas comunes. Además, el presidente de CCCI representa a los independientes en el Consejo de Consulta del Colegio Comunitario de California en Sacramento, así como al Consejo de Organizaciones Docentes (COFO). Por lo tanto, a través de CCCI, su Asociación de Profesores participa directamente en el proceso de formulación de políticas del Canciller y la Junta de Gobernadores de todo el sistema.

SBCC tiene una larga y productiva historia de gobierno compartido a través del Senado Académico. Debido a esto, los intereses de la facultad en las áreas de gobernanza, políticas académicas y otros asuntos académicos y profesionales están representados a través del Senado.

La FA se centra en el salario, los beneficios y las condiciones laborales de los profesores. Dando como resultado un contrato "pequeño." La FA y el Senado mantienen una relación de unión que trabaja para complementar los esfuerzos de cada organismo y, a la larga, brindar el mayor beneficio a la facultad y la universidad.

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Margarita Martin Del Campo,
21 May 2021, 23:49