These web-pages are aimed at Graduate Teaching Assistants, Fractional Teaching Fellows and Senior Teaching Fellows.
These web-pages include a number of different sections
- Pay and pensions includes information on pay, pay periods, tax and pensions.
- Your employment includes HR induction, understanding your contract of employment, the Working Time Directive and job descriptions.
- Key contacts: find out your HR, Payroll and Faculty/IFCELS contacts
- Policy and Procedures - information on the processes for new appointments, contract variations, ad-hoc hours, transfers from fixed-term to permanent and resignations
- Frequently Asked Questions - on a range of issues ranging from how your hours are calculated to maternity leave.
Significant changes are being made to the appointment processes for fractional teachers for 2013/14 academic session and you can find out further information about these changes and how they will impact on you below.
If you have any feedback or suggestions on how we can further improve this website, please contact Emily Crofts.
Your faculty office/IFCELs will continue be responsible for recruiting new fractional teachers and will confirm the details of your appointment by email. They will then enter your appointment details directly on the HR-Payroll system (Resourcelink). Your records will be suspended at this point so that no payment can be made to you. HR will use these details to generate your offer of employment, which will be sent to you via your Faculty/IFCELs office (not directly from HR).
Your offer of employment has been reformatted to include a number of new sections:
- An invitation to a HR induction
- Offer of employment with key terms & conditions including hours of work, grade and salary
- Supplementary terms & conditions booklet
- HR Induction form which includes a P46 tax form
- Summary report showing your key contractual information.
You will be required to attend an HR induction before you start work, normally in July or August if you are starting in October so we can gather the essential information we need to pay you. We are legally required to check the eligibility to work of all staff before they start work. Existing staff are still required to attend induction so we can obtain tax and pension forms. If you are unable to make HR induction offered to you, or plan to be away in July and August, please contact your designated HR Officer so that arrangements can be made for an early induction prior to your planned trip.
Failure to attend HR induction in July or August will lead to a delay in salary payment.
Once you have attended HR induction, your HR-Payroll (ResourceLink) records will be updated with your bank, tax and pension details and your record will be ready for payment.
Human Resources Directorate