MyTrack: Talent Management System

What's New Post: June 6

New Resources: User Roles and Permissions Charts, New Hire Setup Process for OA & Classified Positions

Based on your requests, we’ve created some additional resources to describe two key areas of MyTrack use: how user roles affect system access and viewing/editing rights, and what happens after the unit makes a contingent offer to get the new hire set up and onboarded. For information about what users can do by role and by permission, visit the User Roles & Permission webpage for  detailed charts. To view a detailed workflow of offer to onboarding, visit the offers section of the MyTrack User Guides & Tools and select the “New Hire Setup Process” guide at the top of the list.

Upcoming Tenure-Track Faculty Hiring Workshop

The provost has released the 2017-18 Institutional Hiring Plan, which includes 65 tenure-track faculty (TTF) searches across the schools and colleges. Talent Acquisition is partnering with the provost’s office to offer a workshop on June 23 from 9-10:30 AM in EMU 145 – Crater Lake South.

This workshop is strongly recommended for all department managers and other staff involved in launching, supporting, and completing TTF searches this year. We will cover starting searches in MyTrack, utilizing new advertising resources, working with MyTrack in conjunction with other academic recruitment systems such as AJO, utilizing search committee resources and functionality, moving candidates through the recruitment process, and completing offers and appointment letters through MyTrack.

Please register in advance through Making Tracks: Register Now.

MyTrack Information and Feedback Session

As part of the Year of Connection, HR is continuing to hold MyTrack Information & Feedback sessions once per month. These sessions are a great way to get updates and information related to MyTrack and recruitment, ask specific questions, and provide feedback on the user experience. Each session will be a little bit different, so you are encouraged and welcomed to attend as often as you’d like.

The next session will be held on Monday, June 19, from 1:30 to 3:00 PM. View the schedule and register to attend a session in Making Tracks: Information and Feedback Session Schedule.

Archived What's New Posts


The Talent Acquisition Team continues conducting MyTrack information and feedback sessions.  These meetings are intended to offer greater insight into the use of MyTrack in recruitment processes.  Members of the Talent Acquisition Team 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.

 


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


Core User Training

Talent Acquisition continues to offer initial system training for new users:

 


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