Welcome to Human Resources & Payroll

Our philosophy

The Human Resources and Payroll Department is dedicated to supporting the College community. We strive to ensure employees have a workplace that encourages personal and organizational transformation, adventure and integrity. The College is committed to maintaining a workplace where you can trust the people you work for, have pride in the work you accomplish, and enjoy the community we are building.

Core services

The Human Resources & Payroll Department at Coast Mountain College provides the following core services:

  • Payroll 
  • Employee & Labour Relations
  • Recruitment
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Benefits & Disability Management

Human Resources services incorporate strategic, forward-thinking consultation to leaders and administrators on a range of policies and practices. 

Payroll services incorporate payroll administration, practical expertise to leaders and administrators related to policies and practices. In addition to case-specific advice regarding an individual's pay.

Location & hours of operation

Terrace Campus - Waap Sginiis Building (Jackpine) – 1st Floor
5331 McConnell Ave, Terrace BC, V8G 4X2
Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm

Team members

Name Position Department Campus Phone
Christina Kiriakakis Director, Human Resources & Payroll
Administration, Human Resource and Payroll, Management
Prince Rupert
P: 250.624.6054
Ext: 5220
Maggie Ballash Manager, Employee Relations
Human Resource and Payroll, Management
P: 250.635.6511
Ext: 5270
F: 250.638.5475
Olivia Bartsoff Employee Services Assistant
Human Resource and Payroll
P: 250.635.6511
Ext: 5237
Sonja Perih Employee Services Assistant
Human Resource and Payroll
P: 250.635.6511
Ext: 5490
Stefanie Pellegrino Manager, Labour Relations
Management, Human Resource and Payroll
P: 250.635.6511
Ext: 5469

Equal opportunity

Coast Mountain College an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and competence. Our employment practices are not influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, family name, color, religion, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, disability unrelated to ability to do a job, or any other characteristic protected by BC Employment Laws and the Human Rights Code. This philosophy is built into all aspects of employment, promotion, assignment, termination, and other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.