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Phone  850.599.3611
Fax  850.561.2080

Human Resources
1700 S. Adams St.
211 Foote-Hilyer Administration Center (FHAC)
Tallahassee, FL 32307
 
 

Employment And Recruitment

 
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Background Checks

Disclosure of Financial Interests

Drug Abuse Prevention and Control

Dual Employment and Extra State Compensation

Employment Categories

Employment Eligibility

Employment of Relatives

Equal Employment Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Policy

Fingerprinting

Forms

IMMS

Job Line (Telephone Number)

Occupational Titles and Salary Structures

Outside Employment

Substance Abuse and Alcohol Testing

 

Americans with Disabilities

   The University complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. To this end, the University prohibits discrimination in the employment processes based on an applicant or employee's disability. The University shall provide reasonable accommodation to disabled applicants or employees unless to do so would cause undue hardship.

Background Checks

   Applicants or employees selected for certain confidential positions may be required to submit to pre-employment criminal investigation screening as a condition of employment Employment in law enforcement, child-care and certain computer positions is subject to background investigation pursuant to applicable Florida law. Background investigation for employment in other positions may be conducted.

Disclosure of Financial Interests

   All employees who fall within the categories of state officers, local officers, specified employees, as defined by Section 112.3145, Florida Statutes , are required to file a Statement of Financial Interest. The Florida Department of State will provide filing instructions, relative to when and where to file and who must file a Statement of Financial Interest.

Drug Abuse Prevention and Control

    Applicants who have been convicted of a felony for the sale or trafficking in or conspiracy to sell or traffic in a controlled substance committed in or after October 1, 1990, as defined in Chapter 893, Florida Statutes, must provide the following information before they can be considered for employment with the State University System:

1. Evidence of completion of all sentences of imprisonment or supervisory sanctions imposed by the court by the Parole Commission, or bylaw;

2. Evidence of completion of or enrollment in a drug treatment and rehabilitation program which was specified by the court, the Parole Commission, or the Department of Corrections, and approved by the Department of Health unless the program certifies that the person does not have a substance abuse problem; and evidence of compliance with the requirement to submit to periodic urine drug testing pursuant to procedures prescribed by the Department of Corrections.

Dual Employment and Extra State Compensation

    Prior approval is required if an employee expects or plans to be employed in excess of one full-time established position (1.00 FTE); compensated simultaneously from any appropriation other than appropriations for salaries; and, employed simultaneously by more than one university within the State University System or State of Florida governmental agency. IMM  202

Employment Categories

Employment is available in the following categories:

   Executive Service – these positions are assigned to the A&P Classification Plan and ordinarily report directly to the President. They include the classifications of provost, vice president, general counsel, and athletic director. These positions are responsible for or are significantly involved in policy making at the University, do not have tenure and do not have any expectation of appointment beyond a 60 days' notice period.

   Faculty – these positions are assigned the principal responsibility of teaching, research, or public service activities or administrative responsibility for functions directly related to the academic mission.

   Administrative and Professional (A&P) – these positions perform administrative and management responsibilities or professional duties at the department/unit level or above.

   University Support Personnel System (USPS) – these positions perform professional, paraprofessional, administrative, clerical, secretarial, technical, skilled crafts, service or maintenance duties.

   Other Personal Service (OPS) – these are at-will, temporary employment positions.

Employment Eligibility

    Federal Immigration and Naturalization laws require that employers hire only citizens and nationals of the United States and lawfully authorized alien workers. Compliance with the law requires completion of Form I-9, which is used to verify identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired at the University.

Employment of Relatives

    The employment of related persons is permitted. However, such employment shall not involve a conflict of interest, including but not limited to participation by the relative in making recommendations or decisions specifically affecting the appointment, retention, work assignments, evaluation, promotion, demotion, or salary of the related person. IMM 104

Equal Employment Opportunity and Nondiscrimination

    The University assures that each employee of the University community is permitted to work or to attend classes in an environment free from any form of discrimination including race, religion, handicap, color, age, sex, marital status, national origin, veteran status, and sexual harassment as prohibited by state and federal laws. This shall include applicants for employment and admission to the University. IMM 101

Fingerprinting

   Fingerprinting may be required as a condition of employment for some University employees appointed in areas such as law enforcement, childcare, and money handling personnel. Department managers will notify employees if fingerprinting is a requirement for employment.

Forms

· Request to Advertise

· Reference Check

· Employment Application

· Employment Application Addendum

· Outside Employment

· Dual Employment/Extra State Compensation

· Personnel Action Request (Appointment form) 

IMMS

 

Job Line

   A recording of the advertised A&P and  USPS employment vacancies is available 24 hours a day. The Job Line telephone number is (850) 561-2436 . Job Announcements for A&P and USPS vacancies are distributed on Thursday of each week. The Job Line is updated on Thursday morning of each week.

Vacancy information for Faculty positions may be obtained from the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs (850) 599-3076 and/or the Division of Academic Affairs (850) 599-3276.

Occupational Titles and Salary Structures

Outside Employment

   No employee should engage in outside (non-state) employment that would result in a conflict of interest, interfere with, or impair the performance of his/her duties required by University employment. Outside employment is defined as any employment entered into in addition to employment with the University, with the exception of dual employment with another State agency or institution within the State University System.

    An employee who proposes to engage in any outside employment must complete and submit a Report of Outside Employment form to the immediate supervisor as soon as practicable in advance of such employment. IMM  701

Substance Abuse and Alcohol Testing

   Applicants selected for certain safety-sensitive positions such as those requiring the driving of commercial motor vehicles, will be required to pass pre-employment alcohol and controlled substances screening as a condition of employment. Additional, periodic tests will be required while employed in positions requiring the performance of safety-sensitive functions. IMM 803