Its time to usher in a new STAR Awards winner. The Career Service Council recognizes an employee to show appreciation for the employee’s active service and achievements to motivate all employees to continue good performance, loyalty to Santa Fe College and dedication to Career Service Staff. All Career Service Employees are invited to the STAR Award Employee Recognition from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. In the gym on the NW Campus. The Career Service STAR Recognition was initiated to recognize Career Service ‘Staff That Are Remarkable’ in ‘Service, Teamwork, Attitude, and Reliability.’
Last year’s Winner for STAR Awards 2015 -2016 was Heather Domin, Support Specialist, Purchasing Department, Office of Finance. Heather has worked at Santa Fe College as the Support Specialist for the Purchasing department for close to 10 years. During her time at SF she has maintain positive relationships with college staff and serves as the point person providing help to anyone that needs assistance with purchase orders, requisitions, vending machine refunds, vendor information, and participates as an active member of the SF Wellness committee. Recently, Heather created a number of helpful tutorials and guides that provide training and instruction on Purchasing’s policies and procedures.
In order to qualify, an employee must be an outstanding full-time Career Service employee who has been in their current position a minimum of at least one year. During their tenure, the Career Service staff member would have made a valuable and much appreciated impact within the Career Service Council, their department, and/or Santa Fe College as a whole through interactions with students, faculty, and others or through contributions of innovative ideas, programs, policies, and/or systems.
The nominees also need to have exceptional performance in the areas of Service, Teamwork, Attitude, and Reliability. This remarkable staff member would have consistently excelled in their position, made outstanding contributions to the college in the area of customer service, and is committed to the council and college community. They must also be dependable and trustworthy, as well as a notable team-player, actively promoting collaboration throughout Career Service and across campus working to improve the college, department, and division all while steadily keeping a positive and forward-thinking attitude.
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