The Office of Human Resources supports the college’s mission of connecting learning, life, and community by providing employees with assistance in the areas of payroll, benefits administration, hiring, personnel records maintenance, workers compensation, employee relations, training, policies and procedures, and compensation administration.
Linfield's Office of Human Resources is located on the second floor of Melrose Hall, Room 102 McMinnville, OR. Employment opportunities are posted online. Applicants for non-faculty positions apply online. To access the job posting/application section, click on "Employment Opportunities" in the menu to the left.
Explore our website, or contact a Human Resources staff member directly:
Betty Henninger, PHR, Human Resources Director
Diane Kessler, Payroll Manager
Kamala Skibinski, Payroll Coordinator
Kira Barsotti, SPHR, Senior HR Generalist
Krista Powell, HR Coordinator
Paul Munoz, Faculty Recruiter/Senior HR Generalist
Linfield College is committed to provide equal opportunities in employment. It is the policy of the college to grant equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or membership in any other protected classification. In addition, Linfield College does not discriminate in its educational and activities programs, or in admissions or access as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1954, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 and their implementing regulations.
The information on Linfield's Human Resources website is based on current College programs, policies, and practices. Linfield reserves the right to correct any information on this website that is discovered not to be accurate. If Linfield's programs, policies, or practices change, the information on this website will also change. Linfield reserves the right, whether in an individual case or more generally, to alter, reduce, or eliminate any practice, policy or benefits, in whole or in part, without notice.