Recruitment & Hiring Procedures
Contingent I Positions - New
Determining the Appropriate Title for the Position
You will need to determine the appropriate title for the Contingent I position.
You will need a position number with a title and status to match the Contingent I agreement. If you do not already have one in the system, you will need to create a new position number or have an existing number revised to match the title and status.
For information on how to request a position number or change a position number, see Establishing a Position.
Contingent I positions do not require competitive recruitment and do not need to be advertised. If the hiring department does not know of an individual for the position, recruitment can be done. A draft advertisement should be sent to Human Resources for approval. Upon request, Human Resources will post an announcement on the Human Resources website.
Please contact the Employment Manager for additional information.
Submission of Paperwork for Approval
Human Resources will review the form to assure that an appropriate title and salary are being used based on the duties and qualifcations. In addition, the application/resume will be reviewed to make sure the individual meets the minimum qualifications for the position. Once approved, the contact person listed on the form will be notified that the form is ready for pick up.
After the Form has been Approved by Human Resources
The hiring department will pick up the approved Contingent I form from Human Resources. The hiring department should keep the original form for their official records. A copy of the Contingent I form (and application/resume if applicable) will need to be submitted with the payroll paperwork. (New Hire form and corresponding documents for an initial agreement and a Change PAR for a renewal.) See Payroll for more information.
Renewal of Contingent I Agreement
Individuals working in the If & When Needed (working less than 20 hours per week) status category may have their agreements renewed on an ongoing basis. There is no limit to the number of times the agreement can be renewed.