Q: How do Summer Session hires work?
Now that summer session assignments are being created, we are providing guidelines regarding the use of TMS to create these assignments. These are outlined in detail below, but the basic principle is this: if an employee already has an active assignment in the HR system, you do not need to create a summer session position through TMS.
If an employee is a completely new hire and will start in the summer (or will only work for the summer), create/modify a position in TMS and select the “Summer Session Salary” Salary Basis.
If an employee has been newly hired for the fall and the department decides they should start during the summer, please contact email@example.com. No action needs to be taken in TMS.
If an employee is being rehired for the summer (and does not have an active nine-month assignment), the department should create/modify the summer session assignment in TMS. However, no background check is needed.
If an employee has a currently active nine-month assignment and the department would like to hire them for the summer, the department should create the assignment in Oracle. No action needs to be taken in TMS.
Due to approval requirements for summer session, hires in TMS with the “Summer Session Salary” Salary Basis do not integrate with Oracle. The department needs to create or reactivate the assignment in Oracle whether or not it has already gone through TMS. Please contact me or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. This information has also been posted here: http://hrs.colostate.edu/hr-liaisons/QH-tms-integration.html
Q: What if I have a question or problem regarding TMS?
A: First, look through our TMS training guides located here
Second, if your question/issue is still not resolved please submit a help request here
Q: How does someone hire out of another department's open pool?
A: This process is exactly the same as hiring out of any other open pool. A position is created, and a posting is created based on that position. In the Recruitment Plan field of the posting, the Initiator specifies which open pool the department wishes to use. This can be in any department. If the position and the open pool are in different departments, OEO will review the position to make sure that the open pool requested is appropriate. If approved, all current available applicants will be copied into the posting for review.
Q: How do I remove a position or posting from my Watch List?
Q: We are having an issue finding an EO Coordinator for our search; do you have any suggestions as to what we can do to obtain one?
A: If you are unable to secure an EO Coordinator from your unit, you are welcome to ask any of the EO Coordinator trained individuals on campus. The training is standard for all EO Coordinators so they can serve on any search committee at the University. There may be some difficulties in terms of time constraints, but they will let you know whether or not they are available to serve as your EO Coordinator. The current list of EO Coordinators is available on the OEO website under ‘Search Resources’: http://www.oeo.colostate.edu/unit-coordinators
Q: What are the guidelines for a limited recruitment search?
A: Limited recruitment searches would involve positions that have a salary of $35,000 or less, and are entry level with only a Bachelor’s Degree and/or limited years of experience required. Advertising would be limited to regional venues for 3 full weekends and travel funds would be limited to a minimum of $350.
Q: What are the guidelines for an accelerated search?
A: Accelerated searches can only be used for Administrative Professional positions. This type of search must have two people (the hiring authority and one other person) run the search, along with an EO coordinator. The final negotiated salary must be $60,000 or less. The posting will need to be advertised for a minimum of two weekends. The hiring authority acts as the chair while utilizing the EO Coordinator as a resource.
Q: How do I modify evaluation tools in the TMS?
Q: Do I need to obtain a new position.version number if I am just modifying a position description in TMS?
Q: What recruitment platforms are available in TMS?
A: Jobs.colostate.edu, Indeed.com and Connecting Colorado are automatically posted. Job Target can be used to post on other venues.
Q: How much does it cost to use the recruitment platforms through Job Target?
Q: Where does our search automatically get posted?
Q: Why is my Job posting still showing on the CSU jobs website after the application deadline has long passed?
A: The new CSU Talent Management System allows for an announcement to remain posted until a position is filled even if it is after the full consideration date. The purpose of this is to allow for late applications. There is a field called “close posting” that can be populated with a date 3 or so weeks after the full consideration date. This will allow the job to be posted longer but will remove it from the website on that date. Any applications received after the full consideration date can stay in the workflow state “Late Applicant – Currently Not Under Review” until such time as the committee wishes to review late applications, if ever. The sentence that identifies this action is “the search will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified.” If no date was entered in the “close posting date” field, once a department identifies a suitable candidate and submits the closeout packet (for the older, paper process), the posting will then be pulled from the jobs website.
Q: Do I need OEO Approval for telephone/video/conference (semi-finalist) interviews in the Talent Management System?
A: The EO Coordinator approves semi-finalist interviews in TMS for AdminPro searches. OEO still approves this step for faculty searches.
Q: How do I move my candidates in the workflow for telephone/video/conference interviews?
A: Telephone/video/conference interviewees will be moved by the Applicant Manager into the “Semifinalist Interview Approved by EO Coordinator” workflow state once approved by the EO Coordinator. Once the telephone/video/conference interviews are performed the candidates will be moved into one of three states: “Semifinalist Interviewed, Not Selected”; “Semifinalist Interviewed, Hold”, or moved to the next step in the search process, usually “Check References” or “Request Finalist Interview”.
Q: Applicant documents are not showing up in TMS (missing pages, blank pages), how do I proceed?
Q: How do I view the applicants in my open pools?
Q: How do I transfer a Position in the TMS?
Q: I can’t seem to find where to add the short posting announcement. Could you help me with that?
A: The short posting announcement can be added to the AP/Faculty short field. This field is auto-populated with the shortened EEO and background check statement. To enter the short posting announcement, place your cursor next to “CSU is and EO/EA/AA employer…” and hit return twice. Paste the announcement above the EEO statement. Save changes.
Q: Answers of “no” to supplemental questions will be disqualifying. Where is this added in TMS?
A: If you edit the posting, on the supplemental questions tab, click on the title of the question. This will show additional choices. Click the box “Disqualifying” next to the answer you wish to designate as a disqualifying answer. Perform this step with all of the supplemental questions. Save changes.
Q: I would like to collect reference contact information on TMS, but don’t know where to indicate that. Where is this located?