Banner Alt Text

Human Resources

HR Forms and Information

Employee Benefits

Employment Opportunities

HR Staff

Employee Directory 


HR Forms and Information

New NPC Employees

All new employees will need to fill out New Hire Paperwork. All of the following forms are required and must be submitted to HR.

In addition to the above forms we are required to make copies of both the employees Social Security Card and Drivers License. New Faculty members must submit a Resume and Official Transcript as well.

Have questions about NPC Policies? Every thing you need to know is included in the NPC Policy Manual.  


Current NPC Employees

Have you moved, married or changed banks?

If so, please submit the Data Change form to Wanda Holden for an address or name change.

If you have changed banks or would like a different amount of your check to be deposited into another bank, just complete the Direct Deposit form and submit to Amy Watson or Juanita Brewer.  

Would you like to change your deduction and income tax withholdings? Just complete a new W-4 .

Will you or your dependent family members be taking classes at NPC?

If so, don't miss out on free tuition. Just fill out the Faculty/Staff Waiver bring to HR for approval and submit to Matt Elder in Financial Aid so that it can be applied to your account.

Full-Time Employees:

Leave Request form and Classified Employee Time sheet

Hourly Employees:

We have a new time sheet for all hourly employees. Please fill it out in Excel, if you have an electronic signature you and your supervisor may use that. Otherwise, please print and sign. Once signed you may scan and email to Amy Watson or bring it by the Human Resources office.

NPC's Health and Safety Plan:

For the complete Health and Safety Plan click here

Consumer Information:

On an annual basis, NPC is dedicated to providing all patrons, including prospective and current students as well as current and prospective employees with consumer information via email. The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), requires that post-secondary institutions participating in Title IV federal programs disclose information which includes but is not limited to policies and procedures in the areas of: completion and job placement rates, disability services, drug/alcohol prevention programs, educational degree plans, financial aid programs, gainful employment statistics, privacy rights, and voter registration. Notification includes emailing this statement and specific policies to the campus community, presenting this information at Orientation, and linking to other NPC departments via NPC web pages.