Meet the HR Staff

Jennifer Addleman
Benefits Administrator

Jennifer’s primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • ICUBA, Health, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending (FSA) & Health Reimbursement (HRA) Accounts
  • New Staff Benefits Orientation & Benefits Exit Meetings
  • Retirement Plans
  • Domestic Partnerships
  • Leave Administration
  • ETAP, Tuition Remission, Exchange & Grant Programs
  • New Faculty Onboarding
  • Retirees 
  • Health & Wellness

E-mail Jennifer.  Jennifer's office telephone number is 407-975-6453.

Jennifer Addleman


Kathy Custer
Payroll Manager

Kathy’s primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Kronos Inquiries
  • Biweekly & Monthly Payroll Processing
  • W-4, W-2, Direct Deposit & Tax Inquiries
  • Taxable Tuition Inquiries
  • Garnishments
  • Child Support

E-mail Kathy.  Kathy's office telephone number is 407-646-2109.

Kathy Custer


Oriana Jiménez , MHR, MBA
Human Resources Associate

Oriana’s primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Staff Recruitment
  • New Staff Onboarding
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Student Health Insurance
  • HR Budget Management
  • Training & Development
  • Diversity Programming
  • Recognition Programs
  • Leave Administration
  • Bilingual - Spanish

E-mail Oriana. Oriana's office telephone number is 407-646-2356. LinkedIn Profile

Oriana Guevara


Matt Hawks
Human Resources Director

Matt’s primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Staff & Faculty Recruitment
  • Training & Development
  • Employee Relations
  • Performance Management
  • Compensation
  • HR Systems
  • Workforce Analytics
  • Immigration & Visa Information

E-mail Matt.  Matt's office telephone number is 407-646-2104.

Matt Hawks


Carmen Rasnick
HR/Data Records Specialist

Primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Personal Action Forms (PAF) Inquiries
  • Job Appointment & Employee Record Maintenance
  • ICUBA, Health, Dental, Vision & Life Insurances
  • Flexible Spending (FSA) & Health Reimbursement (HRA) Accounts
  • ETAP, Tuition Remission, Exchange & Grant Programs
  • New Staff Benefits Orientation & Benefits Exit Meetings

Email Carmen.  Carmen's office telephone number is 407-691-1036.

Carmen


Maria Martinez
Assistant V
ice President for HR & Risk Management

Maria’s primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Risk Management
  • Property & Liability Insurances
  • Plan Administrator for Retirement Plans
  • Plan Administrator for Benefit Plans
  • Employee Relations
  • Discrimination Grievances
  • Legal
  • Retirees

Email Maria.  Maria's office telephone number is 407-646-2577.

Maria Martinez


Denisa Metko
Human Resources Assistant

Primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Front Office Management
  • General HR/Benefit/Payroll Inquiries
  • Staff & Faculty Recruitment
  • New Staff Onboarding
  • Relocation & Travel Expense Reports
  • Background Check Administrator

Email Denisa.  Denisa's office telephone number is 407-646-2369.

Denisa Metko


Kathy Miller
Payroll/Human Resources Specialist

Primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Kronos Inquiries
  • Biweekly & Monthly Payroll Processing
  • W-4, W-2, Direct Deposit & Tax Inquiries
  • MVR Inquiries
  • Risk Management

Email Kathy.  Kathy's office telephone number is 407-646-2003.

Kathy Miller


David Zajchowski, MBA, PHR
Human Resources Manager

David’s primary areas of responsibilities include:

  • Staff & Faculty Recruitment
  • New Staff Onboarding
  • Training & Development
  • Employee Relations
  • HR Projects
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Leave Administration
  • Health & Wellness

E-mail David.  David's office telephone number is 407-646-2105. LinkedIn ProfileTwitterYouTube Channel

David zajchowski



Rollins College supports and encourages various types of recognition programs and tools to acknowledge and recognize the contributions and exemplary performance of our employees.

In addition, Rollins College recognizes and honors employees who have reached certain service milestones. Awards are presented to employees in recognition for years of service beginning at five (5) years and every five-year milestone through forty (40) years and beyond. In the spring, these employees are recognized at the annual staff awards ceremony.

Maricopa has various Employee Recognition programs throughout the district to help celebrate the achievements of our employees. The purpose of these programs is to say "thank you", "well done", "we value you as an employee". It is a process to express our appreciation and respect for each other's contributions.


Here are examples of what the Remarkable Award Committee will be looking for when selecting award recipients:

    * Effort was "above and beyond" job responsibilities
    * Demonstrated “extraordinary” leadership skills
    * Undertaking resulted in the achievement of a special goal or project – outside the scope of work
    * Inspired others to do their best; offered techniques, and time and energy to assist others with no strings attached (or expecting to receive recognition)
    * Contributed exceptionally to a team-oriented community project
    * Reacted positively to an urgent situation


    * High quality service to internal and/or external customers resulting in extraordinary customer relationships
    * Exceptional performance “above and beyond” normal job expectations
    * Innovation, creativity and initiative
    * Extraordinary teamwork and contributions in support of fellow employees


    * Sustainable commitment to an area, issue, or population in the local and/or global community.
    * Demonstrated community service, active citizenship, and activism.
    * Commitment beyond “positional leadership”; focusing on grassroots and action-oriented activities, programs, and methods to create sustainable change in the community through the lens of service, leadership, diversity.
    * Commitment to social change, global citizenship, and responsible leadership throughout professional and personal life.


·         Advance diversity awareness, knowledge and skills within the Rollins community

·         Promote institutional policies and practices that invite and reinforce inclusiveness

·         Serve as an advocate for the interests of under-represented populations

·         Champion recruitment and retention efforts aimed at improving diversity representation on campus

·         Develop or lead diversity programming and other diversity and intercultural engagement efforts


Nominees for this award should have demonstrated evidence of work that promotes responsiveness, respect, collaboration and competence, as defined below.

Responsive

    * Innovative, resourceful and timely
    * Approachable and open-minded
    * Solution-oriented
    * Personalized and caring
    * Balancing individual and institutional need

Respectful

    * Friendly, courteous and considerate
    * Exhibiting care and compassion when serving others
    * Valuing different ideas and perspectives
    * Treating others with dignity

Collaborative

    * Effective at communicating within and outside of our immediate work groups
    * Working together to accomplish departmental and institutional goals
    * Demonstrating teamwork across boundaries
    * Supporting others in what they do
    * Keeping our eye on the big picture

Competent

    * Thorough knowledge of job and institutional mission
    * Effective, efficient, and reliable performance
    * Proficient in meeting student and customer needs 
    * Ability to align our efforts with departmental and institutional goals
    * Ongoing commitment to excellence, innovation and continuous improvement

HR Office

 

Rollins College
Department of Human Resources
1000 Holt Ave. - 2718
Winter Park, FL 32789-4499

T. 407.646.2369
F. 407.646.2188
E. hr@rollins.edu