Promotions and transfers provide employees with the opportunity to develop their skills and talents, which can contribute to career growth and advancement within the University. Supervisors are encouraged to consider internal candidates from within their own school or division, as well as other schools or divisions throughout the University.
The Office of Talent, Learning & Organizational Development posts new job openings each day (if applicable) and encourages qualified employees within the same department or different departments to view opportunities online. Additionally, the professional recruitment staff in the Office of Talent, Learning & Organizational Development is available to assist in focusing an employee’s job search to maximize his or her chances for success and to help the employee prepare for interviews. An employee can schedule a time to meet with a member of the Office of Talent, Learning and Organizational Development staff to discuss career-related matters. A supervisor or Human Resources Officer can refer an employee to the Office of Talent, Learning & Organizational Development.
For details regarding types of career progression and promotional opportunities available at NYU, including hiring salaries, promotions, role enhancements, and within band growth, please see Salary Adjustments. Please note that promotional increases outside of University guidelines require approval from the Compensation Office.
Once an employee has established a good performance record, he or she may seek a transfer to another job. Eligibility for promotions and transfers differs depending on whether an employee wants to move within the same school or division or to another school or division within the University.
The transfer process works in the following way:
If the employee accepts the offer, he or she needs to give the required notice listed below. The employee’s current and future supervisors may jointly agree to a longer or shorter notice period.
|Administrators and Professionals||Four weeks|
|Office and Clerical and Laboratory and Technical Staff||Two weeks|
|Service and Security Staff||Two weeks|
An employee who transfers to another department retains his or her seniority, based on his or her original date of hire. The department to which the employee transfers becomes responsible for unused and authorized vacation days which may be due to the employee.
For information on hiring salaries, promotions, role enhancements, and within band growth, contact the Compensation Office. Please note that promotional increases outside of University guidelines require approval from the Compensation Office.
Notice of all regular bargaining unit job vacancies shall be posted for five working days before the job is filled on a regular basis and will include job title, grade, location, and a brief description of the job duties including qualifications and necessary skills. Employees who make application during this five-day period and are qualified will be interviewed for the vacancy first, but the University may then consider candidates from outside the bargaining unit or the University as well. A transfer application must be received by the close of business on the fifth working day after the notice has been posted, including the date the notice is posted. Employees who make application during this five-day period will be responded to in writing by the end of the following week. This response will include that the application for transfer has been received and that either
|Effective Date:||April 04, 2011|
|Issuing Authority:||Office of Human Resources|
|Responsible Officer:||Vice President|
|Office Name:||Human Resources|