Open Faculty Positions

Full-Time Instructor of Dental Hygiene (2) Part-time Instructor positions  (Spring 2019) Art, Communications, English, Music, Spanish/French and Theater Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics/Physical Science and Physical Education Business Administration, Economics, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology Clinical Instructor for Nursing – Marietta/Rome and Dental Hygiene Computer Science/Computer Information Systems and Mathematics

Open Staff Positions

Full-Time: PeopleAdmin Development Communications Coordinator – Floyd Disability Specialist and Career Counselor – Floyd/Marietta/Douglasville Library Associate – Cartersville Senior Network Engineer – Floyd Web Developer – Floyd Full-Time: Careers   Customer Service Representative – Marietta Northwest Georgia Program Coordinator Admissions Counselors – Douglasville, Floyd and Marietta Site Director – Paulding Instructional Site Part-Time: PeopleAdmin Cashier/Accounting Technician […]

Biweekly Payroll Reminder

Good Morning, Timesheet Approval for All Biweekly Employees  Biweekly Employees: Please enter all time worked for the December 16-December 29, 2018 pay period by 10:00am, Friday, December 21th.  You will need to estimate any time that will be worked for the week of December 24 – December 29. Additionally, all absence requests must be entered and approved by […]

Healthy Tips by Text

In addition to information about health resources and discounts on products and services you might need, you’ll get wellness tips that help you eat better and move more along with reminders about health screenings and prevention information. To sign up, text HEALTHYTIPS to 268436. healthy-tips

OneUSG – How do I view my paystub?

Viewing your paystub is a simple process within OneUSG Connect. This video shows you how to view your paystub. Video: View Paystub Job Aide Additional OneUSG training videos can be found on GHC’s Human Resources webpage. Should you need additional OneUSG support, you can call the support team at 1-877-251-2644

USG eclips for December 19, 2018

University System News:   Atlanta Journal-Constitution Five takeaways on new college enrollment report By Eric Stirgus Three Georgia schools – Emory University, Georgia Tech and Spelman College – joined a national effort two years ago to help more students from low-income households get into college and graduate. On Tuesday, the umbrella group for this effort, […]


Each day we are faced with events that can have an effect on us, both personally and professionally. Whether it is childcare, financial, legal, health, or emotional issues, the effects are often felt in all areas of our life. In order to better prepare us for all the challenges we may face, the EAP has […]

Jeans in January

Want to wear blue jeans to work in January? Here’s how: You can wear jeans to work any day of the month in January but you have to pay to play! (Participation is optional of course) To participate in “Jeans in January”, employees can pay $2 per day or $5 for 4 days for the […]

USG eclips for December 18, 2018

University System News:   Atlanta Journal-Constitution Do we send kids to college for education or maturation? By Maureen Downey I was talking with a Georgia college professor about recent suicides on his campus. He made an interesting observation: Parents once sent their children off to college for an education. Now, parents expect colleges to provide […]