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Announcements History

The New UNMJobs

To streamline the application and hiring process, and in accordance with the UNM2020 Vision to become a destination University, UNM launched a new and improved Talent Management System (TMS) in April 2017. The system is still called UNMJobs, but the usability and features are greatly enhanced.

The collaborative efforts of multiple departments throughout the University have been integral to customizing the new system. UNMJobs 2.0 has a modern look and feel, online forms, automated system onboarding, and a more valuable applicant experience. Applicants can create a profile, allowing them to track their application status, manage resumes, and once hired, store employment materials in one convenient location. With a focus on talent management, UNMJobs 2.0 will increase efficiency, maximize productivity, and empower employees.

2017

Spring/Summer 2017

To streamline the application and hiring process, and in accordance with the UNM2020 Vision to become a destination University, UNM launched a new and improved Talent Management System (TMS) in April 2017. The system is still called UNMJobs, but the usability and features are greatly enhanced.

The collaborative efforts of multiple departments throughout the University have been integral to customizing the new system. UNMJobs 2.0 has a modern look and feel, online forms, automated system onboarding, and a more valuable applicant experience. Applicants can create a profile, allowing them to track their application status, manage resumes, and once hired, store employment materials in one convenient location. With a focus on talent management, UNMJobs 2.0 will increase efficiency, maximize productivity, and empower employees.

Summer and Fall Updates

Fall 2016

Updated Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Faculty Guidelines

In response to the to the increase of the salary threshold for white-collar exemptions to the federal overtime pay requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Office of Faculty Affairs has issued revised guidelines for postdoctoral fellows. The new guidelines can be found on the Faculty Appointments page of the Office of Faculty Affairs (OFAS) website. OFAS has contacted impacted departments and, under the new guidelines, salary requirements have increased to $913 per week ($47,476 annually) effective December 1, 2016. Impacted departments are encouraged to schedule a meeting with OFAS to answer any questions regarding this change.

November 1, 2016:

Deadline for submitting compensation increase for appointment percent change requests for research postdocs and faculty.

Reclassification notices to impact research faculty will be issued by OFAS by November 1, 2016.

Important Deadlines:

Winter Break Deadlines for upcoming transactions