Welcome to Hemlock Farms Community Association
Please review the following statements: Hemlock Farms Community Association (HFCA) is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the principle that employment opportunities at HFCA be offered to each applicant on the basis of individual merit and without regard to race, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability. sexual orientation, sex or age (except where sex and age is a bona fide occupational qualification As required by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended), HFCA is committed to the application of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Hemlock Farms Community Association is an "at will" employer, meaning that the employment relationship, once established, may be terminated at any time by either party. Not every individual who completes an application will be selected for an interview. Although we will try to acknowledge the receipt of applications, time does not always allow us to do so. Applications are kept on file for (1) year. Individuals selected for interview will be chosen based on experience, education, and or licenses/certifications that may be required for the position for which they are applying. Not all candidates that are interviewed will be selected for employment. Full Time Employment - A full time employee is defined as one who works 37.5 - 40 hours per week in a regularly scheduled and consistent basis throughout the year. Full time employees are entitled to HFCA benefits, including medical, dental, life insurance, disability and paid time off. Part Time Employment - A part time employee is defined as anyone scheduled to work less than full time hours. Part time employees are not eligible for HFCA benefits, including paid time off. Per Diem Employment - A per diem employee has no set schedule, is not guaranteed any set number of hours per week and is not entitled to HFCA benefits, included paid time off. Per Diem employees are considered to be on call and work as needed in the department that they were trained in.
Seasonal Employment - Seasonal employees are hired to work during a specified season of the year. Seasonal employees are not guaranteed a minimum number of work hours per day, per week or per season. Once the defined season ends, employment will be terminated. Based on departmental needs, individuals may be asked to remain on staff as part time or per diem employees for the remainder of the year. Selection of these individuals is based on job performance. attendance and overall performance during the season in which they worked.