Human Resources

Peaks from Sunset

The Human Resources Diversity Statement: 


The Human Resources Team commits to fostering a culture where each person, employee or not - feels heard, supported and engaged in a positive and empathetic way. We purposefully construct and nurture a focus upon community and inclusiveness.  All lives matter regardless of actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, ethnicity, ability, disability, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, age, immigration status, or location.

In HR, every experience matters, and it is our goal to make those experiences matter for you.


To learn more about the potential to join our college, please view our Current Career Opportunities .



Meet our Human Resources Team

Dietrich Sauer

Director of Human Resources
HIPPA Security Officer


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Rosa Mendoza-Logan

Rosa Mendoza-Logan
Human Resources Coordinator
Alternate HIPPA Security Officer

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Janelle Indian

Janelle Indian
Human Resources Specialist I

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CCC Land Acknowledgement Statement

On behalf of Coconino Community College, we would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to the sacred land on which this educational institution resides. Sacred sites located within Coconino County include the San Francisco Peaks, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona Red Rocks, the Colorado River, the Little Colorado River, the Colorado River Confluence, the Grand Canyon and many more sites. This land has been inhabited by the Sinagua and Ancestral Pueblo for thousands of years. Currently, the Zuni, Apache, Yavapai, Hualapai, Havasupai, Paiute, Diné, Hopi and many other Arizona tribal nations recognize this land as a significant spiritual place. This sacred land is enriched with indigenous history and culture that lives on to this day. We, as a community with our CCC family and friends, are very fortunate to live, work, and share this unique location. Thank you.

About Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff is located in northern  Arizona , in the southwestern United States. In 2013, the combined metropolitan area of Flagstaff had an estimated population 136,539. At an elevation of 7,000 feet (2,135 m), surrounded by one of the world’s largest ponderosa pine forests, Flagstaff has four seasons and is a great mix of small town, pioneer charm and outdoor adventure opportunities.

To view a copy of the annual crime report please visit our  Security page .