If the original appointment was not searched because it was an exemption under prior policy, then a search or search waiver will be required for:
If there is a search waiver/EOR on file for the original appointment then a new search or waiver will be required for:
Appointments to the Postdoctoral Scholar (Employee, Fellow, or Paid-Direct) do not require a search because the appointees are considered “trainees” under system-wide guiding principles.
There is no longer an exception for short-term appointments. If the individual was previously a graduate student at UCSB, they may be eligible for a search waiver under the “continuation of training” category. Otherwise, a search will be required for the Assistant Specialist position.
It depends on the intent of the original search and how it the advertisement was worded. If the search is initially done with the intention of having the individual teach on an ongoing basis, no further search will be required. If the initial search is done for a specific course or teaching in a specific quarter only, and there is a desire at a later date, to have the individual teach beyond the scope of the original search, a new search may be required.
Waivers will only be granted in cases of unanticipated emergencies such as the illness or departure of the individual currently responsible for the teaching or research.
Yes, if the individuals is truly visiting (i.e. holds, has held, is on leave from an academic or research position at another educational institution, research institution, or industry.) In cases where the Visiting prefix is being used by exception for someone who does not fit the criteria of “true visitor”, a search will be required.
Senate faculty or other permanent positions must be advertised for a minimum of 30 days. Temporary positions must be advertised for a minimum of two weeks. Longer periods may be desirable for positions that are difficult to fill or as a mechanism for a department to increase its efforts to attract a more diverse applicant pool.
Rather than advertise for each open position individually, a department may choose to have a standing pool recruitment. This approach may be particularly useful for units that hire large numbers of employees in similar positions, for example, temporary research employees or large numbers of lecturers. A standing ad may be posted for up to one year. All ads must be renewed annually on November 1.