Careers @ UO

Important Notice:

UO posts job opportunities on its online application system, MyTrack, and applications are accepted only through the MyTrack application process.  UO no longer accepts paper applications.

What you need to know:

  • If you have never applied for a job in our online system, you will need to create an applicant profile. You are prompted to create an applicant profile when you choose to apply for a position.
  • If you have previously applied in MyTrack, you can return to your applicant profile by signing in with your email address and password used to set up your account.
  • Once your profile is set up, you will use the same e-mail address and password to log in to the applicant portal and apply for positions, manage applications, and view the status of your applications.
  • We did not import profile information from our previous applicant system, which was discontinued as of March 1.

Review the frequently asked questions for applicants for additional assistance accessing and navigating MyTrack.

FAQs for Applicants

UO is currently accepting applications for a variety of positions.  Instructions for applying are included in each job posting. 

The University of Oregon is committed to cultural diversity, equity, and inclusion. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.

Open positions are listed on the following postings:


The University of Oregon strives to catalyze a new era of creativity and discovery by attracting the best and most diverse talent.  We pursue qualified, career-minded individuals who contribute to UO's quest to be one of the nation's top universities.

Working @ UO


Veterans and UO

The University of Oregon encourages qualified veterans to apply for positions. As a public employer, the Oregon Veterans’ Preference in Public Employment Law requires UO to give preference for eligible veterans. To be eligible for preference under the Law, veterans have to identify as covered veterans and submit supporting documentation as outlined in the implementing regulations. When applying for positions, it is important for all applicants to clearly demonstrate that they meet minimum and special qualifications. It is important for veterans to highlight transferable skills from their military or other experience that might enhance their candidacy.

For more information, please contact Talent Acquisition in Human Resources, 541-346-5112, uocareers@uoregon.edu (link sends e-mail).

Resources for Veterans

Veterans’ Services –Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs
Veterans Services of Lane County (link is external)

Employment Opportunities

The University of Oregon strives to catalyze a new era of creativity and discovery by attracting the best and most diverse talent.  We pursue qualified, career-minded individuals who contribute to UO's quest to become one of the nation's top universities.

Careers@UO

UO is currently accepting applications for a variety of positions.  Instructions for applying are included in each job posting.  Please make sure to include the position search number with all application materials and communications.

The University of Oregon is committed to cultural diversity, equity, and inclusion. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.

Open positions are listed on the following postings:

 

Veterans and UO

Skills Inventory

Please indicate your clerical skills in areas where you are fully proficient. Do not indicate skills you are not willing to use on the job.

Name:

Position Applying For:

I am familiar with the general use & operation of a computer
I can type words per minute

I am familiar with:

Microsoft Windows
Macintosh
Word Processors
Spreadsheets
Databases

Public Contact, Writing, & Accounting:

Providing to & receiving information from the general public
Providing to & receiving information from upset or frustrated people
Providing information in person to a large number of people
Providing information over the phone to a large number of people
Composing correspondence and other documents
Composing & publishing simple informational web pages
Posting/balancing entries to accounts/ledgers
Preparing invoices for payment/assigning account information
Recording information in a financial information system
Other Clerical Skills (Please list below)

Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics

In compliance with federal law, the University of Oregon prepares an annual report on campus security and fire safety programs and services. The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at http://police.uoregon.edu/annual-report.

The report includes crime statistics for the previous three calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University of Oregon; and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. Fire statistics for the previous three calendar years are included.

The report also includes information and policy statements regarding campus security and safety, for example, crime prevention, security awareness, fire safety, alcohol and substance abuse, sexual assault, procedures for reporting a crime and emergency and evacuation procedures, as well as other matters of importance to the campus community.

You may request a paper copy of the report from the University of Oregon Police Department at 541-346-0670, or write to the department at 6220 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-6220.

Application Forms

Please read each job posting carefully for application requirements and instructions.  Each position posting provides specific instructions for submitting your application for consideration, inlcuding required documents such as resume, application, and supplemental materials. A UO Application is required for all classified positions and some administrtive positions. 

 

 

Human Resources Job Application Instructions

University of Oregon recruiting announcements are posted in Human Resources, 677 East 12th St., Suite 400 (Located at the corner of 12th & Hilyard); listed at the UO Jobline at (541) 346-2957; and posted at http://jobs.uoregon.edu.

  1. Applications are accepted only for open recruiting announcements.
  2. You must submit a separate application form each time you apply for a position unless otherwise noted on a recruiting announcement.
  3. Most recruitments require completion of a supplemental questionnaire so that the hiring supervisor may assess the qualifications of applicants.
  4. Read recruiting announcements carefully.
  5. Your application must be received by Human Resources by the closing date listed on the recruiting announcement. Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted.

Applications and attachments such as cover letter, references, skill code sheets, or supplemental questionnaires (as noted on recruiting announcement) can be:

 

Mailed to:
Human Resources
5210 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-5210

Hand delivered to:
Human Resources
677 East 12th, Suite 400 (corner of 12th & Hilyard).
University of Oregon campus

Faxed to:
Human Resources
(541) 346-2548

 

Note: Application materials cannot be returned. The University of Oregon cannot make copies. Please keep a copy of all materials submitted. A separate application (or copy of an application) is required for each position for which you want to be considered.

 

The Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act requires individuals to provide, to an employer, documented proof that they are authorized to work in the United States. This proof must be provided and verified by the University of Oregon at the time of hire or no later than three business days after the date of hire.

Tips for Completing your Job Application

A completed application form is required each time you apply for a staff position at the University of Oregon. If you plan to apply for more than one position, it is recommended that you fill out an application form to keep as a master copy, and submit photocopies for each vacancy.

Fill out your application form completely. Type or print clearly in ink. Legible photocopies are acceptable. This application and recruiting announcements are available in alternate format upon request by calling (541) 346-3159.

Specific points to consider when filling out the UO application form:

  • Make sure that you indicate the posting number you are applying for each time you submit the form.
  • Please note that clerical and library positions will require a separate "Office Support Skill Code Sheet".
  • Be sure to list any experience, paid or volunteer, that is relevant. If only part of the duties of past jobs are relevant to the required or special qualifications listed for a job, indicate the percent of time spent doing the relevant duties.
  • List employment dates (month/year) and hours per week at each job listed. Your answer will not be scored if it is not clear how long you were employed. Partial credit is given for part-time employment, for example, a position that needs two years of experience to qualify.
  • Make sure spelling and grammar are correct. Proof it carefully for typographical errors.
  • Always sign and date your application packet.
  • Make sure the job posting number is clearly marked.

Tips for Supplemental Questions

Supplemental questions listed on job postings for University of Oregon positions are designed to gather information from applicants about their experience, training, and ability to perform the essential functions of the posted position. Responses are evaluated to determine the candidates who are the most qualified for the position and these individuals are invited to interview.

Specific points to consider when answering supplemental questions:

  • Read each question carefully. If there are several parts to the question, make sure you address each of the areas in the question.
  • Make sure you answer each question by describing your experience and/or training. Do not simply say that you have the experience listed in the question, describe the experience you have. Make sure answers reflect the breadth and depth of your experience. Giving examples is an excellent way to give a clear picture of your experience.
  • Make sure the experience you describe is listed in your application. If you refer to work experience or training not listed in your application, the experience cannot be evaluated.
  • Use "I" not "we" when describing job duties. Do not describe the process or procedure used in completing the duty, explain what you were responsible for.
  • Use good writing skills. Written communication skills are important for many positions, especially clerical jobs. Poor grammar, misspelling, or typographic errors can lead to a poor evaluation of your responses.
  • Make sure your responses are neat and legible. Type or word process your responses if at all possible.

Tips for Other Written Materials

Many applicants submit a cover letter with their application packets. This is an opportunity to inform the hiring department how your experience, training, skills, and career aspirations apply to the specifics of the vacancy. It also gives you the chance to discuss items that may not be clear on the application or resume, such as why you have made frequent job changes or wish to leave your current job.

About the Application Process

Departments receive all applications the day after closing. After reviewing the applications, the department calls selected candidates for interviews. This process may take two or three weeks. Departments notify all applicants by letter when the hiring process is complete.

Employment Counseling

Applicants interested in general information about employment at the University of Oregon are welcome to visit Human Resources. Employees of the University are especially encouraged to contact this office to learn about promotional and transfer opportunities at UO. The Recruiting Specialist is available to provide information about job opportunities on campus and general job search counseling. Please contact the Recruiting Specialist at (541) 346-2977.

Tips for writing good cover letters

If you decide to include a cover letter with your application, here are a few ideas:

  • Address your letter to a specific person by name, if possible.
  • The first few words are important. They should attract the reader's attention at once.
  • Tell your story in terms of the contributions you can make to the employer; emphasize how your skills and experience match the job
  • Refer to your application and resume, which give the facts.
  • Use simple, direct language and correct grammar and spelling. Avoid hackneyed expressions and type or word process neatly.
  • Keep it short. You need not cover the same ground as your resume. Your letter should sum up what you have to offer and act as an "introduction card" for your resume and application.
  • Let your letter reflect your individuality, but avoid appearing aggressive, overbearing, familiar, cute, or humorous. You are writing to a stranger about a subject that is serious to both of you.
  • Another effective written tool is the use of a thank you letter. It is appropriate to send a brief note of thanks letter after an interview. It gives you a chance to show your strong interest in a job or to emphasize specific skills or experiences. This is also an opportunity to include information you may have left out of an interview. The most important aspect of the thank you letter is not so much what you say, but the fact that you cared enough to send it. The letter should be brief and to the point. Of course, it should be typed or word processed, with correct grammar and spelling.

Interviewing Tips

The key to a good interview is preparation. Review and analyze the job posting and learn as much as you can about the job and the department or organization. Put yourself in the place of the interviewer. What skills, experience, and qualities (ability to work well independently, effective team player, etc.) would you look for if you were making the hiring decision? Make a list. Now compare that list with your own skills, experience, and qualities. Think of examples from your background that demonstrate you have these qualifications. Practice describing your qualifications verbally.

Tips for a good interview:

  • Make sure you have a clear idea of where your interview is scheduled. If you are driving, know where you will park. Give yourself plenty of time so that you are at the interview site 10 to 15 minutes early.
  • Dress appropriately for the interview; a three piece suit would be inappropriate for an interview for custodian. A good rule to follow is to dress as well as the best dressed person in the workplace.
  • Have extra copies of your resume and/or application materials. Prepare a list of references to present to the interview committee.
  • Make sure that you answer questions completely. Give examples of your experience that demonstrate your ability to perform the duties of the position. Answer questions directly. Do not ramble.
  • Remember to smile and have eye contact with the person who is asking the question. Watch for non-verbal cues from the interviewer to tell if you are answering the question sufficiently. A questioning look from the interviewer may mean you are missing the point of the question; in that case it is appropriate to ask them to restate the question. If the interviewer is smiling and nodding at your response, that is a good indication that you are giving the type of information they are seeking.
    Be prepared to ask questions about the position or the department or organization. This shows that you are interested in the position. Try to avoid asking questions that might indicate that all you are interested in is a paycheck or benefits.

There are certain general questions that all applicants should be prepared to respond to. The following questions are commonly asked during interviews:

  • Summarize your work experience and training and indicate how these prepare you to assume the responsibilities of the position.
  • Tell me a little about yourself.
  • What are your greatest strengths? Weaknesses?
  • Why are you interested in this position?
  • What do you expect from a supervisor?
  • What do you consider to be your most important accomplishment?
  • What did you like most about past jobs? Dislike?
  • Why should we hire you?

The manner in which you respond to questions and the thought given to the response enters into the final decision to invite you to a follow-up interview, offer you the job, or send you a rejection letter.

Human Resources Job Application Form (Online)

Human Resources Job Application Form (PDF)

Description: 

Employment Application
POSTING NUMBER
JOB APPLYING FOR
CONSIDER EMPLOYMENT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
The University of Oregon is a residential public institution on a 295-acre campus, enrolling more than 20,000 students. One of seven institutions in the Oregon University System, the university is the center of liberal arts education for the state. The history of the university dates to 1872, when it was established by an act of the Oregon Legislature. It is considered among the top public teaching and research universities in the country. As an employee, you would play an important role in achieving the mission of the University of Oregon and in contributing to its excellence.
University employees working at least half-time are offered an excellent benefit plan including health and dental coverage, life and disability insurance, and participation in the state retirement system. Eligible employees are able to take university courses at greatly reduced rates or to transfer the benefit to a family member.
The University of Oregon is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to
cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This publication
will be made available in accessible formats upon request. If you are a qualified individual with
a disability and you need reasonable accommodation to participate in the hiring process or in
employment if hired for this position, please contact the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity. Telephone: (541) 346-3123; fax: (541) 346-4168; e-mail: aaeoinfo@uoregon.edu.
University
of Oregon
Employment Application
An Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action Employer
Fill out this form completely
Type or print clearly in ink
Legible photocopies
are acceptable
Sign on page 3
You may also fill out this form online at https://hr.uoregon.edu/webapp
For more information,
call Human Resources,
(541) 346-3159
2
APPLICANT DATA REQUEST CARD
The following demographic information is requested in accordance with Executive Order 11246 and Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 408.225. It is requested for statistical reporting purposes and to meet federal and state affirmative-action requirements. Provision of demographic information is strictly voluntary. With the exception of veteran status under ORS 408.225, personal demographic information will not be shared with those involved in the hiring decision and will not affect consideration of your application. While providing the information is voluntary, we urge your cooperation in this matter and thank you in advance for your assistance.
Name ______________________________________________ Posting # _____________
Ethnic Group: (Mark one category) ___*Hispanic or Latino ___ Not Hispanic or Latino
*Hispanic or Latino—A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.
Race: (Mark one or more categories)
___ American Indian or Alaska Native—A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America) and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment.
___ Asian—A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent, including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.
___ Black or African American—A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa.
___ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander—A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands.
___ White—A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa.
Sex: ___ Male ___ Female
Veteran Status
Veteran as defined in ORS 408.225: a person who (a) Served on active duty with the Armed Forces of the United States: (i) for a period of more than 90 consecutive days beginning on or before January 31, 1955, and was discharged or released under honorable conditions; (ii) for a period of more than 178 consecutive days beginning after January 31, 1955, and was discharged or released from active duty under honorable conditions; (iii) for 178 days or less and was discharged or released from active duty under honorable conditions because of a service-connected disability; (iv) for 178 days or less and was discharged or released from active duty under honorable conditions and has a disability rating from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs; or (v) for at least one day in a combat zone and was discharged or released from active duty under honorable conditions; (B) Received a combat or campaign ribbon or an expeditionary medal for service in the Armed Forces of the United States and was discharged or released from active duty under honorable conditions; or (C) Is receiving a nonservice-connected pension from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
Disabled Veteran as defined in ORS 408.225: a person entitled to disability compensation under laws administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, a person whose discharge or release from active duty was for a disability incurred or aggravated in the line of duty, or a person who was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in combat.
NOTE: Supporting documentation (DD214/DD215 and, for Disabled Veterans, a copy of your veteran’s disability preference letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs unless that information is included in the DD214/215 form) MUST be submitted with your application materials.
NAME (as it appears on Social Security card)
MAILING ADDRESS
CITY
STATE ZIP + 4
CHECK PREFERRED PHONE (include area code)
E-MAIL ADDRESS
DRIVER’S LICENSE NUMBER (If driver’s license required by position announcement) STATE
Note: Application materials cannot be returned. The University of Oregon cannot make copies. Please keep a copy of all materials
submitted. A separate application (or copy of an application) is required for each position for which you want to be considered.
The federal Immigration Reform and Control Act requires individuals to provide to an employer documented proof that they are
authorized to work in the United States. This proof must be provided and verified by the University of Oregon at the time of hire or
no later than three business days after the date of hire.
Applicant Statement—must be signed
The information in my application was freely given and is, to the best of my knowledge, true and complete. I understand that any false
statement, misleading answer, or any false information on this application or given during the selection process may be sufficient grounds
for immediate elimination from consideration or immediate dismissal at any time. The University of Oregon is hereby authorized to contact
my present or past employers as references and to receive from them any information about me contained in their personnel records and
any evaluations of my job knowledge, skills, and performance. I consent to allow any school I have enrolled in or graduated from to release
degree and enrollment information to the University of Oregon for the purpose of verifying information on my employment application.
I hereby release the University of Oregon from any liability or damage which may result from furnishing the information requested. The
University of Oregon may make copies of this authorization available to those contacted.
SIGNATURE DATE
How did you first learn of this vacancy?
■ Ad (Register-Guard) ■ Ad (Oregonian) ■ Publication (journal) _■ State employment office
■ UO web page ■ UO employee ■ UO job line ■ Walk-in ■ Other
JOB APPLYING FOR POSTING NUMBER
3
PLEASE SEPARATE AT PERFORATION BEFORE COMPLETING APPLICATION
( ) ( ) ( )
Are you currently a classified, officer of administration, or academic employee of the University of Oregon? ■ YES ■ NO
List all schools attended beyond high school and their location
NAME AND LOCATION OF SCHOOL MAJOR CREDITS COMPLETED ■ Qtr ■ Sem DEGREE
NAME AND LOCATION OF SCHOOL MAJOR CREDITS COMPLETED ■ Qtr ■ Sem DEGREE
NAME AND LOCATION OF SCHOOL MAJOR CREDITS COMPLETED ■ Qtr ■ Sem DEGREE
List any courses, vocational training, licenses, certificates, or other qualifications that bear on your suitability for this position
■ HOME ■ WORK ■ CELL
JOB NUMBER 1:
CURRENT OR LAST EMPLOYER EMPLOYER’S ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
KIND OF BUSINESS SUPERVISOR’S NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
YOUR JOB TITLE SUPERVISION or LEADWORK (Check the areas you were responsible for)
FROM (Month,Year) TO (Month,Year)
TOTAL TIME IN CURRENT HOURS WORKED PER LIST THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED AND LIST THEIR JOB TYPE
OR LAST POSITION WEEK (Average)
REASON FOR LEAVING THIS POSITION SALARY
DUTIES (List all duties you performed. No credit will be given if this section is not completed)
4■ Assigning and reviewing work ■ Handling disciplinary problems■ Rating work performance ■ Responding to grievances■ Hiring or recommending hiring ■ Not responsible for any listed
WORK EXPERIENCE—A RÉSUMÉ DOES NOT SUBSTITUTE
What you write in this section is used to decide if you meet the “To qualify” section of the job announcement. List only the job(s) where you received experience that you believe qualifies you for the job you are applying for. Clearly describe all of your duties, starting with your most recent job.
• If the qualifying experience shown on the job announcement is not the main duty, but only part of the duties you performed on a job you list, you must include the percentage of time actually spent on the qualifying experience (four hours of a 40-hour week performing bookkeeping duties is 10 percent; five hours of a 20-hour week is 25 percent).
• If you are a veteran, you are encouraged to identify any job-related military experience or training so that it can be considered as part of your overall qualifications for this position.
• Credit for work that is less than full time is prorated based on a 40-hour week.
• Complete each box. If you do not provide all the information required in this section—including a clear description of work performed to show that your experience qualifies—no credit is given for that job.
• Photocopy page 5 if you need to list more jobs. Be sure to identify additional jobs by numbering them 6, 7, 8, and so forth.
JOB NUMBER 1
5
J O B N U M B E R 2 :
EMPLOYER EMPLOYER’S ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
KIND OF BUSINESS SUPERVISOR’S NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
YOUR JOB TITLE SUPERVISION or LEADWORK (Check the areas you were responsible for)
FROM (Month,Year) TO (Month,Year)
TOTAL TIME IN CURRENT HOURS WORKED PER LIST THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED AND LIST THEIR JOB TYPE
OR LAST POSITION WEEK (Average)
REASON FOR LEAVING THIS POSITION SALARY
DUTIES (List all duties you performed. No credit will be given if this section is not completed)
■ Assigning and reviewing work ■ Handling disciplinary problems
■ Rating work performance ■ Responding to grievances
■ Hiring or recommending hiring ■ Not responsible for any listed
J O B N U M B E R 3 :
EMPLOYER EMPLOYER’S ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
KIND OF BUSINESS SUPERVISOR’S NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
YOUR JOB TITLE SUPERVISION or LEADWORK (Check the areas you were responsible for)
FROM (Month,Year) TO (Month,Year)
TOTAL TIME IN CURRENT HOURS WORKED PER LIST THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED AND LIST THEIR JOB TYPE
OR LAST POSITION WEEK (Average)
REASON FOR LEAVING THIS POSITION SALARY
DUTIES (List all duties you performed. No credit will be given if this section is not completed)
■ Assigning and reviewing work ■ Handling disciplinary problems
■ Rating work performance ■ Responding to grievances
■ Hiring or recommending hiring ■ Not responsible for any listed
JOB NUMBER 3
JOB NUMBER 2
6
JOB NUMBER 4:
EMPLOYER EMPLOYER’S ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
KIND OF BUSINESS SUPERVISOR’S NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
YOUR JOB TITLE SUPERVISION or LEADWORK (Check the areas you were responsible for)
FROM (Month,Year) TO (Month,Year)
TOTAL TIME IN CURRENT HOURS WORKED PER LIST THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED AND LIST THEIR JOB TYPE
OR LAST POSITION WEEK (Average)
REASON FOR LEAVING THIS POSITION SALARY
DUTIES (List all duties you performed. No credit will be given if this section is not completed)■ Assigning and reviewing work ■ Handling disciplinary problems■ Rating work performance ■ Responding to grievances■ Hiring or recommending hiring ■ Not responsible for any listed
JOB NUMBER 5:
EMPLOYER EMPLOYER’S ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
KIND OF BUSINESS SUPERVISOR’S NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
YOUR JOB TITLE SUPERVISION or LEADWORK (Check the areas you were responsible for)
FROM (Month,Year) TO (Month,Year)
TOTAL TIME IN CURRENT HOURS WORKED PER LIST THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED AND LIST THEIR JOB TYPE
OR LAST POSITION WEEK (Average)
REASON FOR LEAVING THIS POSITION SALARY
DUTIES (List all duties you performed. No credit will be given if this section is not completed)
The University of Oregon affirms and actively promotes the right of all individuals to equal opportunity in education and employment at this institution without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other extraneous consideration not directly and substantively related to effective performance. This policy implements all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and executive orders. Direct related inquiries to the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, 677 East 12th Ave., Suite 452, 5221 University of Oregon, Eugene OR 97403; T 541-346-3123.■ Assigning and reviewing work ■ Handling disciplinary problems■ Rating work performance ■ Responding to grievances■ Hiring or recommending hiring ■ Not responsible for any listed
©2011 University of Oregon CP0911B10173
JOB NUMBER 4
JOB NUMBER 5

Skillcode Sheet for Classified Positions

Please indicate your clerical skills in areas where you are fully proficient. Do not indicate skills you are not willing to use on the job. Name: Position Applying For: I am familiar with the general use & operation of a computer I can type words per minute I am familiar with: Microsoft Windows Macintosh Word Processors Spreadsheets Databases Public Contact, Writing, & Accounting: Providing to & receiving information from the general public Providing to & receiving information from upset or frustrated people Providing information in person to a large number of people Providing information over the phone to a large number of people Composing correspondence and other documents Composing & publishing simple informational web pages Posting/balancing entries to accounts/ledgers Preparing invoices for payment/assigning account information Recording information in a financial information system Other Clerical Skills (Please list below)

Unclassified Employment Application (Long form)

Description: 

Unclassified Personnel Services Revised Nov.2013
UNCLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION
University of Oregon
TYPE OR PRINT IN INK
SIGN ON REVERSE SIDE
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Attaching VITA or Resume is optional (see application requirements).
Position applied for
Last Name
First
M.I.
Home address
Department
City
State
Zip
Office address
How did you learn of this position?
City
State
Zip
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ATTENDED (or equivalent professional training or study)
Name of Institution (or private instructor)
Location
Dates Attended
From ____ to ____
Undergraduate
or Graduate
Degrees Received
(B.A., B.S., etc.)
Mo/Year
Degrees Received
ACADEMIC SPECIALIZATION
Undergraduate:
Major fields of study
Minor fields of study
Graduate:
Major fields of study
Other fields of advanced study
Thesis subject:
For Master’s Degree
For Doctor’s Degree
PROFESSIONAL OR LEARNED SOCIETIES (include only professional and scholastic honorary fraternities)
Name of Society and Chapter
Offices held in society or special honors, with dates
Please attach the following information: (1) List of books, monographs, articles, and other publications, indicating title, co-author(s) if any, date and publisher. (2) Narrative statement citing other experience of professional significance, information to indicate your scholarship, teaching skill, ability in organization and leadership and other relevant qualifications. (3) The name, address and occupation of references regarding your scholarship and training, professional experience and other references you wish to list.
Complete other side
Unclassified Personnel Services Revised Nov.2013
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: List below your experience, beginning with your present or most recent position. Describe each position separately, emphasizing your professional, supervisory and committee duties. Give special attention to experience relating to the position for which you are applying. Attach additional sheets if necessary.
PRESENT OR MOST RECENT POSITION:
EMPLOYER:
From:
ADDRESS:
(Month)
(Year)
SUPERVISOR’S NAME & PHONE:
To:
YOUR TITLE/RANK:
(Month)
(Year)
DUTIES:
Total Time:
(Month)
(Year)
Full Time?
9, 10 or 12 months?
Last Salary:
(Optional)
(Annual)
EMPLOYER:
From:
ADDRESS:
(Month)
(Year)
SUPERVISOR’S NAME & PHONE:
To:
YOUR TITLE/RANK:
(Month)
(Year)
DUTIES:
Total Time:
(Month)
(Year)
Full Time?
9, 10 or 12 months?
Last Salary:
(Optional)
(Annual)
EMPLOYER:
From:
ADDRESS:
(Month)
(Year)
SUPERVISOR’S NAME & PHONE:
To:
YOUR TITLE/RANK:
(Month)
(Year)
DUTIES:
Total Time:
(Month)
(Year)
Full Time?
9, 10 or 12 months?
Last Salary:
(Optional)
(Annual)
EMPLOYER:
From:
ADDRESS:
(Month)
(Year)
SUPERVISOR’S NAME & PHONE:
To:
YOUR TITLE/RANK:
(Month)
(Year)
DUTIES:
Total Time:
(Month)
(Year)
Full Time?
9, 10 or 12 months?
Last Salary:
(Optional)
(Annual)
APPLICANT CERTIFICATION
By my signature below, I certify that all answers and statements on this application and my vita/resume are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I consent to allow any school I have enrolled in or graduated from to release degree and enrollment information to the University of Oregon for the purpose of verifying information on my employment application. I understand that should an investigation disclose untruthful or misleading answers, my application may be rejected, my name removed from consideration, or my employment with the university terminated
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Benefits of University Employment

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

The University of Oregon is a qualifying employer for public service loan forgiveness. Employees who have Federal Direct Loans and have made 120 payments on the Federal Direct Loans (after Oct. 1, 2007) may be eligible for the remaining loan balance to be forgiven. Only payments made under certain repayment plans may be counted toward the required 120 payments, and loans must not be in default to be forgiven. For more information, check out Public Service Loan Forgiveness information on the Federal Student Aid website.

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is administered by Federal Student Aid an office of the U.S. Department of Education.  It is not a UO administered program. However, if an employee chooses to apply to this program, the UO Human Resources Office will complete a section of the Employment Certification form to certify their employment with the university.  

Veterans - UO is a Great Place to Work

The University of Oregon encourages qualified veterans to apply for positions. As a public employer, the Oregon Veterans’ Preference in Public Employment Law requires UO to give preference for eligible veterans. To be eligible for preference under the Law, veterans have to identify as covered veterans and submit supporting documentation as outlined in the implementing regulations. When applying for positions, it is important for all applicants to clearly demonstrate that they meet minimum and special qualifications. It is important for veterans to highlight transferable skills from their military or other experience that might enhance their candidacy.

For more information, please contact Talent Acquisition in Human Resources, 541-346-5112, uocareers@uoregon.edu.

Resources for Veterans:
Information for Veterans & Hiring Authorities
Veterans’ Services –Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs
Veterans Services of Lane County

Careers@UO Additional Resources

About Eugene (formerly Arts, Community in Work-Life)

 

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At the University of Oregon and in the Eugene community, arts and culture take center stage. From art and history museums, film, dance, theater programs, and the world-renowned Oregon Bach Festival, there are a variety of opportunities to explore your interests and expand your horizons.

Community Music Institute for Children

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Programs for families and kids

Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

(800) 824-2714 or e-mail at ctrinfo@uoregon.edu.

School of Music and Dance Calendar

UO Public Events Calendar

Volunteer Opportunities

Eugene and Local Area

Information and calendar of arts, culture, events, outdoor activities, shopping, and maps for the Eugene/Springfield metropolitan area.

Temporary Positions

E-mail Announcements

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Greater Oregon Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (GO HERC)

The University of Oregon is supportive of dual career couples. In order to better serve candidates with dual career partners, the UO has partnered with many colleges and universities throughout Oregon in establishing the Greater Oregon Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (GO HERC). The consortium provides a single, central website (http://hercjobs.org/greater_oregon) that lists job openings at each participating institution. Please take advantage of this resource if you are interested in employment with the University of Oregon and have a partner who will also be looking for employment in the area.

You may also wish to view just the UO listings on the GO HERC site.

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions for Job Openings