Promotions; P&CS Process
A Promotion is a change to a higher faculty rank or staff classification and pay grade.
- Library Faculty – Within the Library Faculty there are three Librarian/Curator ranks: Assistant,
Associate and Full Librarian/Curator. Librarians and Curators are promoted in rank on the basis of their professional accomplishments through position effectiveness, scholarship and service as described in the Library Faculty Assembly (LFA) By-Laws. Year-to-year Appointees, Librarians and Curators, are also eligible for promotion. The criteria for promotion are the same as those described in Section 4.B. of the LFA By-Laws.
For Librarians, promotion to the rank of Associate Librarian is awarded to an Assistant Librarian at the time of achieving continuing status; however, promotion to the rank of Librarian from Associate Librarian is not automatically granted upon the attainment of continuing status. A person with the rank of Associate Librarian/Curator may be recommended for promotion to the rank of Librarian/
Curator at any time subject to the requirements set out in the LFA By-Laws. Either the candidate or the candidate's team leader may initiate the promotion process on the candidate's behalf. The documentation and process are similar to that employed for continuing status review outlined in Section 5.B. of the LFA By-Laws.
2. Appointed personnel (year-to-year) - Non-faculty appointed personnel
(year-to-year) are not eligible for promotion or continuing status.
3. Classified staff - A promotion for Classified Staff is a change in the
classification to another classification in a higher pay grade through application of a competitive selection process or qualified application of the Noncompetitive Selection policy, Classified Staff Human Resources Policy #117.0.
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