• Connecting people to an abundant life with Jesus Christ and preparing them for His return

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Long Term Disability

Long Term Disability 150 150 hr

Long Term Disability

Disability insurance is an extremely important coverage that will replace your income if you become disabled due to sickness or injury and cannot work. Through the Long-term Disability policy with ReliaStar Life Insurance Company (through VOYA), your NCC has made provision for your income replacement should the need arise. Most importantly, because it is an employer-provided benefit, it costs you nothing.

All regular full-time employees of the North American Division as defined by individual employers, are covered under the LTD plan. In the event you become disabled and remain so throughout the 90-day elimination period, LTD will replace your lost income at 66.67% to a maximum of $6,000 per month.

PLAN DOCUMENT
Long Term Disability Plan Document (PDF Attachment)

Conference Job Opportunities

Conference Job Opportunities 150 150 hr

Conference Job Opportunities

CONFERENCE OFFICE OPENINGS

  • Provides administrative assistant support to the Asian Pacific/Community Services/Health and Hispanic Ministries Departments.

    Download Full Job Description

OTHER OPENINGS

  • Position: Counselor 1/Intern – Fortuna Community Services

    Summary: Within the legal certified scope of the practice, provides addiction recovery counseling/services.

    Click here to download job description >>

PASTOR OPENINGS

The Northern California Conference (NCC) does not accept any unsolicited resumes for pastoral openings. Open pastoral positions are handled through our Pastoral Placement Committee and the NCC Leadership Team.

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS


To apply for an open K-12 or ECEC position, send your resume, a cover letter, and an application to the contact person listed in the job posting, or send it to:

Northern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 619015, Roseville, CA 95661
hr@nccsda.com | Phone: (916) 886-5698 | Fax: (888) 609-3904

 

To apply for an open K-12 or ECEC position, send your resume, a cover letter, and an application to the contact person listed in the job posting, or send it directly to:

Northern California Conference
of Seventh-day Adventists
Education Department
P.O. Box 619015
Roseville, CA 95661
education@nccsda.com
Phone: (916) 886-5645
Fax: (888) 616-8363

Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities 150 150 hr

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS


To apply for an open office or pastor position, send your resume, a cover letter, and an application to:

Northern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 619015, Roseville, CA 95661
hr@nccsda.com | Phone: (916) 886-5698 | Fax: (888) 609-3904

To apply for an open K-12 or ECEC position, send your resume, a cover letter, and an application to the contact person listed in the job posting, or send it directly to:

Northern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Education Department
P.O. Box 619015
Roseville, CA 95661
education@nccsda.com
Phone: (916) 886-5645
Fax: (888) 616-8363

Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation 150 150 hr

WORKERS COMPENSATION


FORMS


EMPLOYEE – Become ill and injured on the job?  please click on the Workers-Compensation-What-to-do. (PDF Document)

SUPERVISOR – Do you have an employee who became ill or injured while on the job? please click on the Workers-Compensation-What-to-do. (PDF Document)

Workers’ Compensation Claim Form (DWC 1) and Notice of Potential Eligibility

The DWC1 is a form that is to be completed by the ill/injured worker and the supervisor,  Employee, please complete the “Employee” section of this form and return it to your supervisor. Supervisor, please complete the “Employer” section of the DWC1 form, once you receive it back from the injured worker.  Immediately call Sedgwick at 1-855-572-5966 to open a claim. Then forward to HR by FAX: 888-609-3904 or by Email: hr@nccsda.com.

For complete information about workers’ compensation, please click on the Workers-Compensation-What-to-do. (PDF Document)

Job Descriptions

Job Descriptions 150 150 hr

NCC Non-Exempt (Hourly) Wage Scale

For a copy of the July 1, 2022, Locally Funded Wage Scale for your respective location, please contact Human Resources @ hr@nccsda.com.

EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

STEPS TO HIRING AN EMPLOYEE  – PDF

  • Every job must have a written job description
  • Every wage must be on the wage scale

HOW TO CREATE A JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Choose a job description from the samples below that closely matches the job you need filled (if you don’t find an appropriate description, contact the Human Resources Department and we will work with you in developing a description that fits your job)
  • Edit the sample to meet the needs and requirements of your ministry
  • Submit the job description to the Human Resources Department for review and approval
  • Once approved, a copy will be sent back to you

JOB DESCRIPTION SAMPLES

***This section is under construction, thank you for your patience***

Treasurer Accountant Assistant

Treasurer Accountant

Office Manager

Receptionist/Office Assistant

Administrative Assistant I

Administrative Assistant II

Administrative Assistant III

Librarian

Registrar

Music Teacher

Instructional Aide

Before/After School Care Coordinator

Before/After School Care

ECEC Teacher

ECEC Teacher Aide

ECEC Worker

Custodian/Janitor

Maintenance

Groundskeeper

Bus Driver

Food Service

Thrift Store Worker

Bible Worker

Communication/Public Relations

Information Technology

Maintenance

 

Church Musician

School Grounds Maintenance

School Janitor

School Business Manager/Treasurer

School Extended Care/Before-After Care

 

ECEC Director

Employment Paperwork

Employment Paperwork 150 150 hr

Click on the name of the form to download it. Before you download any employment forms, please read the Northern California Conference Employment Guidelines.

BEFORE ADVERTISING OR HIRING, COMPLETE THIS FORM FIRST!

Intent to Hire for Locally Funded Position

 

AB506 – LIVE SCAN AND TRAINING FORMS AND INFORMATION

California Mandated Enhanced Background Check for Youth Organizations – All Employees of Churches and Other Non-School Entities

California Mandated Enhanced Background Check for Youth Organizations – All School Employees


FORMS FOR CHURCHES

New Church Employee Packet 2024 – Includes Live Scan and Training Info

New Hire PAR (Personal Action Request) form

Change PAR (Personnel Action Request) form


FORMS FOR SCHOOLS

New School Employee Packet 2024 – includes Live Scan, training, and TB test info

New Hire PAR (Personal Action Request) form

Change PAR (Personnel Action Request) form

Intent to Employ Minor and Request for Work Permit

Substitute Personnel Action Request form

 

FORMS TO HIRE STUDENTS

New Student Employee Packet 2024 – includes student work permit forms

Student Personnel Action Request form – For Hiring Multiple Students (Otherwise, use regular Employee Packet.)

Work Permit Application for Minors
All employees who are under 18 years old and have not yet graduated from High School need a work permit before they can begin employment. Work permits are issued by the local academy, high school or school district office and must be renewed each school year.

Parent and employer fill out form B1-1 and submit it to the school or school district, which keeps the form on file. School or school district completes form B1-4 (work permit), student signs it, and the form (work permit) is sent to hr@nccsda.com. Click here to find the forms: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/we/workpermitsforstudents.asp

 

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

Workers’ Compensation DWC1 Form

Workers’ Compensation – What to do

POLICIES

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) – Policy

R-1 Visa Policy – Considering hiring a foreign religious worker as an Auxiliary Pastor or Bible Worker? Please review the Conference’s Policy on R-1 Visas for religious workers first!

Employment Guidelines

Employment Guidelines 150 150 hr

Employment Guidelines Booklet


For information and guidelines on hiring employees please see the Employment Guidelines Booklet.

Employment Guidelines Booklet, Winter 2015-2016 (PDF13 MB)

Contact the Human Resources Department to receive the printed version by mail.

Always check the website for the most recent forms and documents to help in the employment process

STEPS TO HIRING AN EMPLOYEE


1. Assess Your Need and Complete the Intent to Hire Form

  • Based upon the need and your entity’s budget, can your entity employ?
  • Create a Job Description.
  • Complete the Intent to Hire form and send to HR with the Job Description.
  • HR will communicate approval, approval with needed of change(s), or deny.
  • Once the Intent to Hire has been approved, you are ready to post the position.

2. Post the Position, Accept Applications, and Hold Interviews

  • Advertise the position providing an ending date or “until the position is filled.”
  • Each applicant must submit the NCC Employment Application.
  • Review all applications for any possible red flags prior to scheduling an interview.
  • Pre-interview reference checking is encouraged.
  • Conduct interviews with qualified applicants.
  • HR helps coordinate multi-position employment.
  • Select the best candidate and offer the position.

3. Hire PAR, Wait for “Cleared to Work” which includes the Start Date

  • Submit the Hire PAR.
  • Employment is contingent upon any applicable required background check clearances that apply to the position.
  • The Hire Date of employment should be the 1st or the 16th of a month, which coordinates
    with the NCC pay periods. Contact HR for exceptions.
  • HR will send the entity a Cleared to Work confirmation which will include the start date.
  • Please notify the new employee of his/her start date and required documents for employment.

4. Employment Packet

  • Provide the employment packet to the employee on the first day of work and allow time for all forms to be completed.
  • See the employee’s original documents provided to complete Section 2 of the I-9.
  • Follow the checklist before submitting the employment paperwork to HR. Paperwork must be completed and returned to HR within the first 3-days of the employment start date.
  • Have the employee sign his/her job description and submit with employment packet to HR.

5. Accountability & Compliance

  • Provide the employee with his/her authorized work schedule.
  • Electronic time keeping credentials are provided by Payroll.
  • Over-time hours get counted into the annual Look Back Measurement.
  • Please verify and approve the employee’s worked hours at the end of each pay period.

Supplemental Life ING

Supplemental Life ING 150 150 hr

Supplemental Life ING

Supplemental Life is a voluntary insurance program that allows eligible employees to add to the Basic Life protection provided by the Northern California Conference. Active part-time or more, regular employees (working a minimum of 19 hours per week) may elect to provide coverage for themselves, their spouse, and dependent children. Only dependent unmarried children under age 26 are eligible. New enrollees may elect up to $250,000 without medical evidence. Coverage for spouses is available for new enrollees up to $30,000 without medical evidence. Child coverage may be elected up to $25,000 in $1,000 increments. The premium cost will be deducted from your payroll.

If you would like to request employee or spousal coverage amounts greater than the limits stated above, please call the Human Resources Department to request a personal health statement form.

For employees who change employers or retire, their Supplemental Life Benefits may be transferred to their new employer or converted to a personal insurance policy. For more information, download and read the Term Life Coverage Continuation Request Form(Submit to Human Resources)

Sunlife Supplemental Insurances

Sunlife Supplemental Insurances 150 150 hr

Sunlife Supplemental Insurances

We are excited to offer these benefits provided by SunLife, formerly known as Assurant Employee Benefits.

Below you will find details of the plans that will be available for you to elect:

HOW CAN ACCIDENT INSURANCE HELP?
For covered accidental injuries, fixed benefits are paid directly to you regardless of your other coverages and you can spend it any way you choose. Benefits are paid according to a fixed schedule that includes benefits for hospitalization, fractures and dislocations, emergency room visits, and more.

HOW CAN CANCER INSURANCE HELP?

Cancer insurance provides fixed benefits for early detection and treatment of certain kinds of cancer, including related expenses such as screenings, hospital confinement, radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and more. Benefits are paid directly to you regardless of any other coverage you may have and you can spend it any way you choose.

HOW CAN CRITICAL ILLNESS INSURANCE HELP?

For many, a critical illness can expose an individual to an unexpected gap in protection. While health plans may help cover many of the direct costs associated with a critical illness, related expenses such as travel to and from treatment, high deductibles and co-pays may quickly diminish savings.

HOW CAN LIFE INSURANCE HELP?

An unexpected death can have devastating financial consequences for survivors — consequences that can linger long after the initial shock and grief. Adequate life insurance can help your family manage expenses and make a very difficult transition less painful.

HOW CAN SHORT-TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE HELP?

Short-Term Disability insurance provides income assistance and a way to help you pay your bills and keep your life as normal as possible if you become sick or injured and cannot work.

Personal Accident Insurance

Personal Accident Insurance 150 150 hr

Personal Accident Insurance

Accidents are bound to happen, so we need to be prepared. Personal Accident Insurance (AD&D) can offer the extra coverage you and your family may need to meet and overcome sudden unexpected problems. By participating in the voluntary AD&D plan with ING, a monetary bridge is available to assist employees and their families get through troubled times when income is lost due to covered accidental injury or death.

You are eligible to purchase this coverage if you are an active part-time or more, regularly employed Northern California Conference employee working a minimum of 19 hours per week. If eligible, you can purchase coverage from $10,000 up to $500,000 for yourself; you may also cover your spouse at up to 100% of the covered employee’s amount; dependent children are eligible for the lesser of 100% of the covered employee amount up to $25,000. Only dependent, unmarried children under age 26 are eligible. Coverage may be elected at any time during eligibility. The premium cost will be deducted from your payroll.

Conversion is not available for employees who change employers, terminate employment or retire.

FORMS
Personal Accident Enrollment Form

(Submit to Human Resources)