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New Staffs by Occupation at Honolulu Community College

At Honolulu Community College, total 24 full-time employees are newly hired for academic year 2018-2019. By assigned position, 9 instructional staffs, 0 research/public services, and 24 management and service occupation staffs have been hired newly last year. Next tables summarizes the new-hired headcount of staffs by gender, race/ethnicity, occupation, and faculty status.
Gender Race/Ethnicity Non-resident Alien
New Faculty & Staffs by Occupation and Gender at Honolulu Community College
Staff CategoryTotalFemaleMale
All full-time new hires 241410
Postsecondary Teachers 954
Instructional staff 954
Librarians, Curators, and Archivists and other teaching and Instructional support 110
Community Service, Legal, Arts, and Media 312
Service 413
Sales and related 220
Office and Administrative Support 541
New Faculty & Staffs by Race/Ethnicity at Honolulu Community College
OccupationTotalAmerican Indian / Alaska NativeAsianBlack HispanicNativie HawaiianWhiteTwo or More RacesRace Unknown
All full-time new hires24 0100 213 80
Postsecondary Teachers9 040 011 30
Instructional staff9 040 011 30
Librarians, Curators, and Archivists and other teaching and Instructional support1 010 000 00
Community Service, Legal, Arts, and Media3 000 002 10
Service4 010 000 30
Sales and related2 000 100 10
Office and Administrative Support5 040 100 00
New Non-resident Alien Faculty & Staffs at Honolulu Community College
Staff CategoryTotalFemaleMale
All full-time new hires 000
Postsecondary Teachers 000
Instructional staff 000
Librarians, Curators, and Archivists and other teaching and Instructional support 000
Community Service, Legal, Arts, and Media 000
Service 000
Sales and related 000
Office and Administrative Support 000

Employment Status

According to the IPEDS, Full-time staff and Part-time staff is determined by the institution. The type of appointment at the snapshot date determines whether an employee is full time or part time. The employee\s term of contract is not considered in making the determination of full or part time. Casual employees (hired on an ad-hoc basis or occasional basis to meet short-term needs) and students in the College Work-Study Program (CWS) are not considered part-time staff.