U of A for Tomorrow Updates: June 24, 2021

24 June 2021

Here are the key U of A for Tomorrow updates from this week:

Applying to position opportunities over the summer

As the university continues transitioning to the UAT operating model, many new positions are being created and will be posted throughout the summer months. With many taking vacation time, we’ve prepared some information and steps you can take to ensure you don’t miss out on future job opportunities.

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Hiring announcement: Senior Finance Partners

Finance, Procurement and Planning and the SET finance workstream are pleased to announce the appointments of the Senior Finance Partners.

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Resume building and interview skills workshops

As positions become available through the SET initiative and restructuring continues, the university is pleased to offer two workshops to help you update your resume and practice your interview skills. Join career experts for resume and interview skills workshops on July 14 and 21.

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Save the Date! Ask SET Anything: Shared Services Edition

Join the SET team for another edition of our Ask SET Anything series on Thursday, July 15 from 3-4 p.m. This event is for staff to ask questions and learn more about Shared Services. Stay tuned for more information to come!

New onboarding resources

Supervisors, HR staff and new and transitioning employees have access to new onboarding resources. These changes were developed as part of SET through the UniForum satisfaction survey, and will help provide faculty and staff with an experience that builds connection to their team and institution, increases role satisfaction, and improves retention. 

Updated FAQs from the town hall

In response to the questions submitted for the June 15 Town Hall, we’ve updated several FAQ’s.

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Clarification about PCard and credit card use

We incorrectly communicated that PCards had replaced personal credit cards for expense reimbursement. It is not mandatory to use a PCard, and expenses will continue to be reimbursed on personal credit cards. In the near future, personal credit card expenses will not be accepted above $500.

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