Human Resources Office
The University of Guam Human Resources Office is a strategic partner working with
and for the various divisions and colleges within the institution of higher education.
We support the University’s mission, goals, and objectives and day-to-day operations.Therefore,
we embrace change and the opportunity it brings. We are focused on facilitation processes
and delivering HR programs, systems, services and consultation to all our faculty,
staff, and administrators in order to help create an environment which promotes accountability,
involvement, organization, alignment, diversity and high performance.
Monday through Friday - 8am to 5pm
Closed on weekends and holidays
The University of Guam is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
The University of Guam does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability unrelated to job requirements, age (except as permitted by law), citizenship status, marital status, or political affiliation. Furthermore, the University of Guam does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the admission to or employment in its education programs or activities.
The University of Guam complies with Public Law 24-109 relative to the provisions and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. For assistance in EEO/ADA matters and inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations, contact the Mr. Larry G. Gamboa, Acting Director, EEO & Title IX / ADA Coordinator, located at the EEO/ADA Office, Dorm II, Iya Hami Hall, Room 104, Telephone No: (671) 735-2244; TTY: (671) 735-2243; or the Office for Civil Rights, Seattle Office U.S. Department of Education 915 Second Ave., Room 3310 Seattle, WA 98174-1099 Telephone: 206-607-1600 TDD: 206-607-1647 Fax: 206-607-1601 E-mail: OCR.Seattle@ed.gov
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