The University may hire people on an emergency basis to cover short-term leaves of absence, vacations, or a vacancy. Emergency Hires may also be utilized to handle increased workload or special projects.
|CBID||Length of Appointment||Break in Service||Number of Appointments|
|R01||Up to 180 calendar days. Generally the initial appointment will be for 120 days and then the appointment may be extended for another 60 days without a break in service.||N/A||One|
R02, R05, R07, R09
|Up to 180 calendar days. Generally the initial appointment will be for 120 days and then the appointment may be extended for another 60 days without a break in service.||One non-qualifying pay period (less than 11 working days).||One additional appointment|
Up to 60 calendar days for short term non-recurring needs ( i.e., project or increase workload);
Up to 120 calendar days while conducting a search;
Up to 180 calendar days while employee is on a leave of absence.
|R06||Up to 90 calendar days, however, collective bargaining agreement requires posting in the appropriate department.||1 day break in service.||One additional appointment|
|E99||Generally same rules as for R02, R05, R07, and R09.||One non-qualifying pay period (less than 11 working days).||One additional appointment|
|TUC/AS||Up to 120 days.||1 day break in service||One additional appointment|
|MPP||Up to one year||N/A||If extension is needed, please contact HR at Ext. 2101.|
- This process should be completed at least one week prior to the requested effective date. NOTE: An Emergency Hire appointment may a require background check which could take up to 10 days.
- A formal recruiting process should be initiated online in Recruiting Solutions if the Emergency Hire position duties are anticipated to be long-term.