Faculty and Staff Resources
Collective Agreements & Handbooks
UBC maintains several collective agreements with its various unions and employee groups.
See Collective Agreements for more information.
Employee Groups (Unions & Associations)
UBC employee groups consist of several different unions and employee groups.
See Employee Groups (Unions & Associations) for more information.
Payroll – Administrator Information which includes sections on Deadlines, Payments, and Forms with helpful coding information (Action/Reason Codes for Appointments, Department/Location Codes, Earnings Codes and Job Codes/Titles).
Hiring Students for Student Positions
Click here for information on hiring students.
If you’ve decided to move on from UBC and pursue other challenges, this Exit Checklist will help you remember all the details involved in ending your time at UBC.
Departments should refer to the Departure Form for helpful information regarding departures.
Visit Leaving UBC for exit checklists.
New to UBC
Are you a new staff or faculty member? We’ve put together a package of resources to help you with your first few weeks at the University.
See New to UBC for more information.
The next Staff University-Wide Orientation at UBC’s Okanagan campus will be held on July 21, 2016. Email Lisa Levell, ODL Specialist at email@example.com to be informed when a new session is available.
The next Faculty University-Wide Orientation at UBC’s Okanagan campus will be held on August 30, 2016.
See the events calendar for more information.
Click here to view observed statutory holidays
Welcome & Relocation Services and Family Information
The Welcome and Relocation Services Centre helps with the smooth transition of new employees and their families.
If you are a new faculty member seeking career support and collegial connections, please see the Faculty Mentoring Program.
Faculty Relations provides resources for faculty, professional librarians and program directors in Continuing Studies and their administrators on issues such as appointments, immigration, compensation, tenure and promotion and more.
From the decision to hire a new faculty member to finally bringing them on board; see the Recruitment Guide.
HR Management System (HRMS)
The HRMS system is the primary source of information for human resources / salary administration, benefits enrolment and administration, and payroll.
See HR Management System (HRMS) for more information.
Job Evaluation Classification/Reclassification
Click here to view the different job evaluation procedures.
BCGEU Joint Union Management Committee Information (JUMC)
Performance Management Tools
Click here to view Performance Management Tools for BCGEU, Executive Administrative Staff and Management and Professional Staff members.
See the Recruitment Guide to recruit for a staff position at UBC’s Okanagan campus.