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The UIC Human Resources Employment Services unit delivers a variety of services to the UIC campus. This includes recruitment, application and resume processing, previous employee verification, applicant credential evaluation and Civil Service examination scheduling and administration. Additionally, Employment Services oversees the hiring process and employment registers for Civil Service positions and the coordination of placement for Extra Help and temporary pool employees. The Recruitment and Staffing area of Employment Services bears the primary responsibility for Civil Service hiring.
For faculty hiring, see UIC Faculty Affairs.
For student employment, see the UIC Student Employment Office.
Non-faculty job positions at UIC are categorized into several classifications based on job function and credentials. The hiring process differs for each classification (see below).
Most UIC employees are in place under the Civil Service System. Employees under the Civil Service system are permanent employees whose positions may be hourly or exempt. View Civil Service Hiring.
The State Universities Civil Service System (University System) is provided authority through legislative Statute and is empowered through the University Civil Service Merit Board to develop, maintain, and administer a comprehensive and efficient program of human resource administration for the higher education community, specifically related to the employment and employment relationship with their auxiliary and support staff positions. In accomplishing this task, the University System has developed a comprehensive set of Administrative Rules and Procedures which effectively facilitate the administration of many aspects of the employment relationship.
The University System was created as a separate entity of the State of Illinois by the 67th General Assembly and became operative on January 1, 1952. The State Universities Civil Service Act (Act) is presently codified in the Illinois Complied Statutes at 110 ILCS 70/36b et seq. and the University System Administrative Rules (Administrative Rules) are presently codified in the Illinois Administrative Code (Administrative Code) at 80 Ill. Adm. Code 250. Headquartered at 1717 Philo Road, Suite 24, Urbana, Illinois, the University System serves the following public universities and agencies with respect to the employment relationship with their professional (non-academic), technical, and support staff:
Academic Professional employees at UIC are important to the overall mission of the University. These positions can support a research or academic project and do not fall under Civil Service guidelines. View Academic Professional Hiring.
The Human Resources Temporary Services Office approves and monitors the status of Extra Help appointments. An Extra Help position is defined as a position established for a period which is intermittent or emergent in nature, payment is on an hourly basis, and the work cannot be assigned either on a straight-time or on an overtime basis to status employees. View Temporary Extra Help Hiring.
The “Return to Work” legislation (Public Act 97-0968; HB4996) is requiring changes to the information necessary for reviewing and approving retirees rehired to work at the University of Illinois. This legislation outlines work limitations and the financial impact to the employer regarding the re-employment of a SURS Retiree. View Hiring UI Retiree or Other SURS Annuitant.
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