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Human Resources

Located on Highway One, San Luis Obispo Campus,

Administration Building, 8000

 Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 8106

San Luis Obispo, CA 93403-8106

Phone:  (805) 546 - 3129

Fax:  (805) 546 - 3906


Monday – Friday  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.




Executive Director of Human Resources

 and Labor Relations

Annette Loria (Interim)


Office 8007



Human Resources/Benefits/Payroll Supervisor

Teri-Lyn Leonard


Office 8003



Human Resources Specialists

Alaina Morgan

Banner Lead—Board Items—Faculty Loads—MOU's 

805-546-3100 ext. 2203

Office 8005B


Gaye Steil

Board Items—Collective Bargaining—Faculty Loads—Reclassifications—Employment Contracts

JLMC—Job Descriptions—MOU's—

Classification Studies/Salary Analysis

805-546-3100 ext. 2143

Office 8005B


Human Resources Analysts

Janeal Jones

DMV Pulls—Mgmt/Classified Recruitment and Evaluations—

Professional Growth—Short Year Calendar

Catastrophic Leaves—Faculty Recruitment and Evaluations—

FMLA—Worker's Comp

805-546-3100 ext. 2205

Office 8007


Human Resources Technician

Lacey Fowler

Employment Verifications—Job Announcements—

Short-term Employees/Volunteers—Web Posting

805-546-3100 ext. 2105

Office 8001


Benefits Specialist

Stephanie Vieira



Office 8003


Employment Opportunities

Please call 805.546.3129

if you have questions,

or email:



Employment Interest Sheet


Equivalency Process




A Message from the Staff...

The objective of Human Resources is to support Cuesta College faculty, staff, students and the public by responding effectively to their personal, academic, and professional needs.

Human Resources is dedicated to providing accessible learning opportunities for District employees by offering high quality professional development activities that will support and enhance student success.

The San Luis Obispo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages all qualified persons to apply, regardless of race, color, religious beliefs, gender, gender identity/expression, national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or marital status.


All employees and Board members are expected to uphold rules of conduct defined and established by federal and state law and exhibit behavior that promotes the San Luis Obispo Community College District Code of Ethics.



New Employee Forms

Current Employee Forms/Information

Temporary Employee Information         

Job Descriptions


Salary Schedules



Work Related Injury Information

Return to Work Program




Equal Employment Opportunity Plan


Equal Employment Opportunity Annual Notice


Equal Employment Opportunity Training and Quiz


Discrimination Complaint



Discrimination/Harassment Training and Quiz

Outcomes and Assessments

Frequently Asked Questions - Application Process


Collective Bargaining Agreements:

Tentative Agreements


Tentative Agreements and Mediator's signed proposal