U of A Staff Senate Accepting Part-Time Employee Award Nominations Today
Faculty and staff of the University of Arkansas are encouraged to nominate part-time employees for the Staff Senate Part-Time Employee Award, in recognition of outstanding service to the university.
Who can be nominated?
Any non-faculty staff employees who are either appointed staff with appointment less than 100 percent or hourly employees working no more than 1,250 hours in one fiscal year. Students, non-students and graduate assistants are eligible for nomination.
Part time and/or hourly employees must be currently employed by the University of Arkansas at the time of nomination and employed for at least six cumulative months (consecutive months not required) prior to nomination.
Part time and hourly staff employees, including students who are not receiving federal work study assistance.
Employee must be nominated by a peer, co-worker, supervisor, or faculty member.
Self-nominations are not accepted.
All nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14.
The winner is selected by members of the Staff Senate Awards committee based on the nominee's contributions to the department and the university, as well as a willingness to exceed job requirements.
One monetary award is given annually.
How to nominate?
Please click on this link for the nomination form at https://tinyurl.com/pt-award2018.
For more information please contact Elizabeth McKinley, Staff Senate Awards Committee chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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