New Hire Paperwork

Getting Started at South Puget Sound Community College

Welcome to SPSCC!  All new employees are required to complete their Hiring Paperwork on or before your first day of work. The Human Resource Office is located on the Mottman Campus in Building 25, second floor- Room 220. If you are unable to come in prior to your start date, please contact our office at 360-596-5500 to discuss how to complete the required employment forms.
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All paperwork must be completed on or before your first day of work. Failure to complete the required paperwork by your first day will lead to a delay in your ability to start working.

Getting Started -  What you need to do:

  • Review the documents listed below and instructions for completing each form
  • The first five (5) documents are required to be completed by all employees.
  • Please watch your personal email for an email from Checkr, Inc. with directions to complete your background check.
    Background Checks are required for all new employees.. Employment with the college is contingent upon the successful completion of a comprehensive background check. Any adverse information will be considered on a case-by-case basis and does not automatically preclude a candidate from employment. This does not apply to Student Employment Participants.

Required Documents- To be be completed on or before your first day of work

  1. Declaration Regarding Sexual Misconduct
  2.  I-9 Work Authorization Form and List of Acceptable Documents - Form I-9 Instructions
  3. Retirement Status Form
  4. W-4 Form 2022 -Tax Withholding Allowance Certificate
  5. Direct Deposit Form - Direct Deposit is highly recommended. Please include a voided check, a printout from your Bank's website, or have your Bank representative complete the form
  6. Affirmative Action Reporting Form
  7. Emergency Contact Form
  8. Official Transcripts are required for all teaching and administrative/exempt positions.

Informational Required Healthcare Disclosure:

*Please Note: IRS regulations and the Federal Employers Handbook of 1998, requires that every employee’s payroll name must match their Social Security card exactly to prevent misdirected social security funds.