The Human Resources Department at the Potomac Conference office is available to assist you with your questions and concerns regarding a broad range of items.
Meet the Human Resources Team
Below is a handy reference guide to help you in receiving a timely response to your inquiries. Please note the Potomac Conference Receptionists will follow the same criteria when routing your calls.
Office Ext. 251
Ester joined the Potomac Conference in 2020. She has nearly 20 years of national and international experience across Fortune 500 Corporations in various industries. Fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese, Ester is certified as a facilitator for feedback and coaching and in situational leadership.
Areas I oversee: Employee benefits, FMLA, worker’s compensation, retirement, supplemental insurances, service records and terminations
Office Ext. 251
Avalyn joined the Potomac Conference in 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Studies from the North Caribbean University in Mandeville, Jamaica and completed her Masters of Business Administration through Walden University in the summer of 2020.
Areas I oversee: locally funded employee processing, vacation / carryover, pre-employment testing of candidates, verification of employment, educator compliance tracking / monthly reports, employment files, I-9 audits and general questions and concerns
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Looking for Full-Time Office Assistant in Education Department: The Potomac Conference Corporation is looking for a full-time office assistant in the Office of Education. The job has a great variety of tasks, including committee preparation, creating agendas and minutes, working with certifications and teacher contracts, collecting information from schools, maintaining the department’s calendar and directory and tracking teachers’ continuing education credits. If you have an interest in working with a great team, committed to Adventist Education, please contact Ester Bomfim, firstname.lastname@example.org
Resumes for education positions can be sent to email@example.com
Pastoral / Church Positions
Pastoral resumes may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Job Positions
- Non-exempt employees are covered by regulations set forth in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) which include minimum wage, overtime pay and record keeping requirements.
- Record Keeping
- Exempt employees – (See also Teacher exemption)
- Independent Contractor or Employee?
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Advisor – Developed by the US Department of Labor (DOL) to help employers and employees understand their rights and responsibilities under federal employment laws.
Community Wage Scales
- Maryland – $8.25/hour
- District of Columbia – $10.00/hour
- Virginia – $7.25/hour
NEW! FREE SELF-PACED COURSES FOR DENOMINATION EMPLOYEES
by Del Johnson on Adventist Learning Community
Principles of Retirement: A good overview for denominational workers.
Principles of Retirement, Course II—Special: Covers special situations such as the implications of
employment under an alternate church retirement plan, such as the Regional Conference Retirement
Plan, the plan for Canadian employees and employment with an Adventist hospital.
Principles of Retirement, Course III: Clergy
Good information specifically for ministers.
Principles of Retirement, Course IV: Financial Wellness Helpful for younger
workers as they develop budgets and plan for the future.