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JOB POSTINGS

The Chicago campus is transitioning to a new applicant tracking system called HireTouch, which provides a more streamlined, user-friendly interface for completing applications. You are now able to search for jobs at each of the University's locations by visiting the links below. During the transition for Chicago you can search for jobs using the 2 links provided below...[MORE JOB POSTINGS]



RESUME & COVER LETTER RESOURCES

Here's all the information you need to create effective job search correspondence, including resume, cover letter, and curriculum vitae writing resources, job search email messages, resume and cover letter samples, thank you letters, resignation letters, and all the other letters you will need to write to job search effectively. Create new resumes and cover letters in Microsoft Word with downloadable templates from Microsoft Office....[MORE RESUME & COVER LETTER RESOURCES]


PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

The HR Certification Institute, established in 1976, is an internationally recognized certifying organization for the human resource profession. Today, more than 115,000 HR professionals worldwide proudly maintain the HR Certification Institute’s credentials as a mark of high professional distinction. The HR Certification Institute is a global leader in developing rigorous exams to demonstrate mastery and real-world application of forward-thinking HR practices, policies and principles...[MORE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS]


TRAINING OFFICES & CAMPUS CLASSES

ACCC Computer Training Workshops
Computer training workshops online training tutorials for UIC students, faculty and staff including the entire library of the lynda.com online training...
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WAIVERS, RELEASE TIME & MENTORING

A common convention in higher education, observed at the University of Illinois, is that the devotion of the equivalent of an average of one day per seven-day week for full-time academic staff (40 days for an academic year appointment and 52 days for a calendar year appointment) for such engagements is not usually a conflict of commitment. A “day” is defined as any accumulation of eight hours, regardless of time of day or day of week...[MORE WAIVERS, RELEASE TIME & MENTORING]