Our Culture

Through a diverse community, the arts, education, and our environment, NSC focuses on excellence to help foster new opportunities.


The following information is intended to help you understand our health insurance options, our mandatory retirement plan, and the voluntary supplemental benefits plans that we offer.

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Medical, Dental, & Vision Care

We offer three health care coverage from a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) high deductible plan, a PPO low deductible plan, and a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plan.

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Retirement Plans

Nevada State matches the employees’ 15.50% mandatory contributions toward retirement.

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Life Insurance

$15,000 basic life insurance is included with your health plan, and there are several options to choose from if you would like to purchase additional coverage.

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Annual & Sick Leave

Nevada State offers an appealing annual and sick leave package.

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Competitive Pay

Nevada State strives to attract, inspire and retain top notch faculty and staff as well as meet the diverse needs of our educational community with well-designed and competitive compensation packages.

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Educational Benefits

Tuition assistance at NSHE (Nevada State Higher Education) institutions is available for both employees and their dependents. Employees may take up to 6 credits per semester and dependents may take unlimited credits.

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Free Assistance Program

Nevada State College is committed to providing a healthy and supportive work environment for all of its employees. To facilitate this, all employees of NSC have access to a free Employee Assistance Program offered through ComPsych. You can find more information regarding the EAP on our EAP page.

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NSC hosts events at our campus for our students and employees such as, Karaoke Night, the Annual Mount Scorpion Hike, and Bowling with Bart (our super cool President). We believe in working hard but also taking some time out to have some fun.

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To express appreciation for the valuable service Nevada State College employees provide, we provide information on various companies offering discounts on goods and services to current Nevada State College employees.

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NSC seeks to promote a campus culture that values diversity in all its forms, through inclusive dialogues, experiences and appreciation and value of others to leverage people as a source of collective learning, campus unity, and institutional strength.

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Human Resources

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Dedicated to Your Success

We’re some of the first people you meet as a successful employment applicant with Nevada State College. As Human Resources professionals we are striving to move beyond policy enforcers to become strategic partners. We are focused on creating practices that allow employees to contribute their very best and realize their full potential.


Quick Links

Careers at Nevada State

Learn more about working at Nevada State College.

Institutional Equity & Title IX

Learn about our Institutional Equity and Title IX policies.

Employee Benefits

We offer our employees a variety of discounts and offers.

Employee Assistance Program

Assisting employees to address personal everyday challenges.

Employee Verifications

Employment verifications, wage verifications, and public service loan forgiveness requests.

Employment Law Posters

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Thank you for visiting Nevada State College’s Office of Human Resources web page. We are committed to developing and maintaining a high performance workforce that is rich in diversity, dedicated to continuous improvement, and focused on student success. It is our goal to sustain a work environment that maximizes employee satisfaction, promotes professional development, encourages input, and values expertise.

If you share in these commitments, are dedicated to student success, and seek opportunities to build and grow an incredible institution, I encourage you to consider Nevada State College as an employer of choice.

To learn more about Nevada State College and see what it means to be part of the Scorpion Family, and to apply for current job openings, please click the “Careers” link above.


Eric J. Gilliland

Associate Vice President of Human Resources



Eric Gilliland

Associate Vice President

Betty Kim

Assistant Director

Marie LaCamera

Personnel Analyst I

Anya de Castro

Personnel Technician II

Title IX

Gender Equity

Sexual Harassment/Violence

The Patsy T. Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act, generally known as Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. It reads:

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” Legal Citation: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and its implementing regulation at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 (Title IX).

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex in educational programs and activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Examples of programs and activities that are subject to Title IX include admissions, recruitment, financial aid, academic programs, athletics, housing and employment. Title IX also protects students from sexual harassment, including sexual violence, such as rape, other forms of sexual assault, sexual battery and sexual coercion.

NSC’s Title IX coordinator monitors and oversees the university’s compliance with Title IX and related laws in the prevention of sex harassment and discrimination, including the coordination of education and training activities and the response to Title IX complaints. Students, faculty, administrators, staff, or others who participate in NSC’s education programs, employment opportunities and activities with questions, concerns, or complaints about sex discrimination, sex harassment or sexual misconduct are encouraged to contact the Title IX coordinator.

Title IX Coordinator:

Eric J. Gilliland
Director of Human Resources
Title IX Coordinator
Rogers Student Center
(702) 992-2322

NSHE Policy Against Discrimination, Harassment, Title IX, and Complaint Procedure

NSC Title IX Decision Maker Training

NSC Title IX Coordinator Training

NSC Title IX Investigator Training

Institutional Equity & Title IX Grievance Form