2011 UNM Youth Summer Hire Program Highlights and Hiring Process 2011 UNM Youth Summer Hire Program highlights Who Qualifies? High school youths Undergraduates from other colleges and
universities Graduate students from other colleges and universities Timeline: Follows APS and UNM Summer break schedules The online 2011 UNM Youth Summer Hire Program Overview has specific dates for the various programs
2011 UNM Youth Summer Hire Program highlights (contd) Purpose: To promote young adult success and learning To introduce youths to the university environment Benefits: Provides valuable work experience for New Mexican youths (and may be their first work experience)
Provides the opportunity to gain work experience in a flexible environment Provides the opportunity to work for one of the largest employers in New Mexico 2011 UNM Youth Summer Hire Program highlights (contd) Externally-funded programs Program works with outside organizations to promote diverse hiring of young
adults Participants are paid by the outside organizations Internally-funded program Youths are requested by departments through UNMJobs Participants in this program are paid by the hiring department 2011 UNM Youth Summer Hire Program highlights (contd)
Departments utilize UNMTemps request process in UNMJobs for the internally-funded program Used to hire students either competitively or non-competitively Benefits: Shorter turnaround time Reporting capabilities and transparency Support Center staff available to answer questions Process to Hire
Complete the request form found on the UNMJobs Web site Click on UNMTemps Request Process to Hire (contd) Choose title: Youth Summer Prog Wkr1 Youth Summer Prog Wkr2 Youth Summer Prog Wkr3
Process to Hire (contd) Click: Position Details Tab Note: Use TS pooled position # Complete all required fields Note: Choose Org # STA
Process to Hire (contd) Click: Funding Tab Enter Index Code Always Choose: 20P0-Temporary Salary Gen for the Labor Account Code
Process to Hire (contd) Enter comments this is where you will enter name and contact info if request by name hire; then click CONTINUE TO NEXT PAGE >> Process to Hire (contd) Save Action Without Submitting
(to be submitted later) or Approve and CONTINUE Process to Hire (contd) Recruitment Services/UNMTemps will follow up with departments on status of hire Participant will be contacted to create application and apply for position on UNMJobs Participant will be provided details and
general information on the assignment sheet Tools Available HR Web site http:// hr.unm.edu/employment/unm-youth-sum mer-hire-program-2011.php
Includes the following: 2011 UNM Youth Summer Hire Program Overview Frequently Asked Questions Support Center Assistance HRPR Support Center 277-HRPR
(4777) Help for departments HR Service Center 277-MyHR (6947) Help for applicants
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