MyTrack: Talent Management System

What's New Post: February 20

MyTrack By-The-Numbers
MyTrack utilization stats since the October launch:

  • Position Descriptions Approved: 288
  • Total Requisitions After Go-live: 219
  • Total Jobs Filled: 68
  • Current Open Positions: 101
  • Applicant Profiles Created: 3,768             
  • Applications Completed: 4,772
  • Trees saved by using web-based applications rather than paper: 2.6!

Looking for in-person assistance with recruitments? Attend a Friday Lab!
Talent Acquisition offers a work session, or lab, each Friday to provide you with personalized assistance with your specific recruitments.  This is an opportunity to receive hands-on help with any part of the MyTrack system from creating a Position Description to issuing an Offer.  Please bring your own laptop, if possible, and register in advance for a lab session, so we know you are coming: Register Now

Position Description information:

  • Human Resources is actively working to input existing OA position descriptions (PDs) into the MyTrack Position Description library in order to streamline the process of initiating recruitments.  25% of the 1,500 OA PDs have been input to date; OA PD entry is expected to be complete by the end of spring term.

    Please note: As PDs are added to the library, hiring managers will receive automated emails from talent@uoregon.edu notifying them that position descriptions have been approved.  Multiple emails for the same PD may be received; this is expected. No action is required on these emails; they can be disregarded, but we are not able to turn them off without affecting notifications of PDs being submitted for current recruitments or position/pay actions.  Approval of these PDs is being managed within HR. Please contact Jen Mirabile at 6-2195 with questions.

OA recruitment process is now available on the web.
Visit the helpful information to guide you through the entire process of recruiting for OA positions: Hiring Officers of Administration.

New Recruitment and Hiring Training starting in March
A new four part training series for hiring managers and HR Partners starts next month.  The series covers the fundamentals of successful recruitment, hiring, and onboarding.  Specific topics include creating effective position descriptions, recruitment outreach, applicant evaluation and selection, offer and onboarding, and university specific position and pay actions.
Learn more about this training opportunity including dates and times of sessions through the course listing in Making Tracks: Supervision Course II—Recruiting and Hiring.

Archived What's New Posts


The Talent Acquisition Team is conducting MyTrack information sessions in the upcoming months.  These meetings are intended to offer greater insight into the use of MyTrack in recruitment processes.  Members of the Talent Acquisition Team will present information regarding MyTrack tools and resources, give updates, answer questions, and solicit feedback from users. Visit the course listing in Making Tracks for dates and times and to register for a session:

MyTrack Information Sessions


Resources

Reference materials and FAQs are provided to assist users with navigating MyTrack and completing common tasks.  These tools and resources provide help and support as you use MyTrack to manage recruitment in your department or unit.

 


Training

 


Additional Support

After exploring the self-service resources provided in the Resources section, contact Human Resources if you need further assistance:

  • Submit an email to mytrackhelp@uoregon.edu.
    Preferred method for priority support.
     
  • Contact Talent Acquisition at (541) 346-5112.
    Messages left at this number will be responded to within 1 business day.

Project Overview

The MyTrack Project is being implemented in multiple phases.  MyTrack transforms UO recruitment and retention onto a digital platform that supports full-cycle recruitment.  Fully implemented, the talent management system facilitates recruitment, onboarding, and performance and learning management.

Project Information