The following forms are unique for UWB staff and faculty. A complete list of UW HR forms can be obtained at Human Resource Forms.
The following policies and procedures are unique for UWB staff and faculty. A complete list of UW HR policies and procedures can be obtained at Policies and Procedures.
UWB staff members should forward all compensation requests and/or forms to UWB Human Resources Office at UW1-271. Comprehensive compensation information is available at Compensation.
Disability Services Office
UWB is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. Current staff and faculty should request disability accommodation by contacting the UWB Human Resources Manager at (425) 352-5462. Students and visitors to UWB should request accommodation by contacting Disabled Student Services at (425) 352-5307. For additional information on Disability Services available at UW, please visit the Disability Services Office.
For additional information regarding campus access, please review the Campus Access Guide for Persons with Disabilities.
The Work/Life office supports University faculty, staff and students in meeting their work and family needs through consultation and referral to campus and community resources. We can help with information and material about child care, elder care, flexible work options and other issues that impact individuals at any stage of their life cycle. This office is available on the Seattle campus, or visit the Family Resources website.
How to Conduct a Classified Staff Job Search
Classified refers to either positions governed by a labor contract (contract classified) or positions administered by the UW, in accordance with WPRB (Washington Personnel Resources Board) rules. Hiring Managers are asked to contact the UWB Human Resources Manager to begin the job search process. The HR Manager will complete and submit the Electronic Request, offer advice on writing job descriptions, provide sample interview questions if needed, and contact the Employment Specialist when you are ready to make a job offer. Use the Hiring Process Guide to aid you in recruiting for Classified Staff positions.
How to Conduct a Professional Staff Job Search
Professional refers to positions governed by the University of Washington's Professional Staff Personnel Program. These positions include professional research, student counseling, middle and senior management. Hiring Managers are asked to contact the UWB Human Resources Manager to begin the job search process. The HR Manager will complete and submit the Electronic Request, offer advice on writing job descriptions, provide sample interview questions if needed, and contact the Employment Specialist when you are ready to make a job offer. Use the Hiring Process Guide to aid you in recruiting for Professional Staff positions.
The University of Washington funded Service Recognition Program demonstrates appreciation to regular classified and professional staff for their dedicated University service. UW staff with five years of continuous service receive a service recognition award, and are eligible for an additional award for each five years of continuous service thereafter. Additional information about the program can be found on the University of Washington Staff Recognition site.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality, client-focused services for preventing, managing and resolving conflict among students, staff, and faculty of this University. Through active participation in the mediation process, clients develop competencies for preventing, managing, and resolving future conflict. Please view the Ombudsman website at UWB.