September 15, 1997
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT--BUSINESS AND FINANCE
VICE PRESIDENT--AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Delegation of Authority--Appointments, Promotions, Demotions, Dismissals, and Compensation of Certain Staff Personnel
Section 101.1 of the Standing Orders of The Regents, Employment Status, provides that:
Section 101.2 of the Standing Orders of The Regents, Compensation, provides that:
Accordingly, except for Officers of the University as defined in Standing Order 100.1(a), the President is delegated the authority to appoint, promote, demote, and dismiss staff employees, and to determine compensation for staff employees up to the Regental threshold in accordance with Section 101.2(a) of the Standing Orders.
Effective July 1, 1996, the authority to appoint, promote, demote, and dismiss staff employees is delegated to each of you for Professional/Support Staff and Managers/Senior Professional employees under your jurisdiction. In accordance with Staff Policies 30 and 34, you are also authorized to:
This delegation is in addition to and does not affect Delegation of Authority 1084 concerning compensation for health care titles. This delegation does not apply to employees in the Police Officer Unit, Healthcare Professionals Unit, or the Research Support Professional Unit until labor contracts have been negotiated and ratified. Application of these authorities to terms and conditions of employment for exclusively represented employees is subject to University approval of collective bargaining parameters. Additionally, any proposed changes in terms and conditions of employment for non-exclusively represented employees are subject to HEERA notice requirements.
Campus implementing procedures shall be promulgated and copies forwarded to the Assistant Vice President--Human Resources.
This delegation supersedes Delegation of Authority 2072, dated August 1, 1996. These authorities may be redelegated only to specific designees, or as expressly provided in University personnel policies. Copies of such redelegations should be provided to the Assistant Vice President--Human Resources and the Special Assistant--Coordination & Review.
Richard C. Atkinson