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Departments have the option to post SHRA permanent and time-limited positions as internal only. Internal only recruitments limit applicants to current, permanent or time-limited employees of UNC-Chapel Hill or to individuals with UNC-Chapel Hill layoff priority. Internal only recruitments may not be limited to employees of any specific unit, department or division of the University, nor may any of the positions' essential requirements indirectly infer required employment in a specific area of th
The Office of Human Resources realizes that departments may have the need from time to time to hire temporary personnel. When doing so, Departments may hire temporary personnel: Through UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University's joint University Temporary Services (UTS) service; Through an outside temporary employment agency; By hiring temporary staff directly onto the department's payroll (Direct Hire Temporary).
The Office of Human Resources (OHR) posts all active SHRA and EHRA Non-Faculty position openings with the State's minimum requirements and, as appropriate, any additional position requirements listed by the hiring department. OHR also publishes a job listing of open SHRA positions under active recruitment.
Due to legislation changes in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which reinstated personal moving expense payments as taxable wages, the University has changed the payment procedure so that the payment and tax implications are contemporaneous.
The North Carolina Office of State Human Resources (OSHR) allows the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("University") to develop programs to provide bonuses to recruit or retain employees in hard-to-fill occupations. Bonuses awarded under this policy are to aid the University in recruitment and retention efforts necessary to carry out mission-critical services and initiatives. The purpose of this Policy is to outline the eligibility requirements for such bonuses.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Policy on Employee Relocation Compensation governs the payment made to a new employee to offset the personal costs of relocating to work at the University. This policy has been revised and simplified based on legislation changes in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which reinstated personal moving expense reimbursements as taxable wages.
This document summarizes UCS employer recruiting guidelines. Failure to abide by these guidelines may result in loss of recruiting privileges through UCS and on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. UCS offers assistance to employers and individuals in accordance with the Principles of Ethical Professional Practice outlined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
To aid in the recruitment of middle or late career applicants to positions that the University has identified as critical to the agency mission and for which the agency has documented recruitment difficulty attracting qualified applicants or for applicants to "middle management positions", the State permits the University in certain circumstances to provide one-time recruitment incentive leave for new SHRA hires.