Notices of campus position vacancies in the Academic Support Unit except for temporary positions of sixty (60) or fewer days, shall be posted for fourteen (14) days in the campus Human Resources Office and should be included in any listing of campus position vacancies on other appropriate bulletin boards. Upon request, copies of such notices shall be provided to the union steward on each campus.
Such announcements shall include the classification title, description of duties, desirable experience, minimum qualifications, salary range, and procedures to be followed by applicants applying for such vacancies.
An employee who believes he/she is qualified for such a vacant position may apply within the specified application period. Such an application, together with the applications of other qualified persons, shall be considered.
When utilizing a search or interview committee to fill a vacancy in the bargaining unit, at least one (1) bargaining unit member shall be included on the committee.
Appointments shall be made by the President. Appointments may be temporary, probationary, or permanent. Appointments shall be made through official written notification by the President. No employee shall be deemed to be appointed in the absence of such official written notification. Such notification shall include the classification title and time base to which the employee is being appointed, the initial salary, the employment status of the employee, and the effective date of the appointment.
Temporary appointments shall be for periods of time determined by the President and may be extended by the President except as limited by this Article. Temporary appointments shall specify in writing the expiration date of the appointment and that the appointment may expire prior to that date. Such an early separation shall normally require a ten (10) day notification. Temporary appointments automatically expire at the end of the period stated and do not establish consideration for subsequent appointments or any further appointment rights except as provided for in this Article. No other notice shall be provided.
Full-Time Temporary Employees
Part-Time Temporary Employees With a Time Base of 50% or More
An employee may apply for a vacant position at any CSU campus for which he/she is qualified. Such applications, along with applications of other qualified persons, shall be considered by the President.
An employee appointed to a position at another campus shall transfer his/her accumulated sick leave and retirement credit, and may transfer earned vacation credit.
Employees who believe they are misclassified may request a classification review in accordance with campus procedure. APC may also request a classification review in accordance with the campus procedure if the Union believes employee(s) are misclassified.
If at the completion of the campus classification review procedure the parties are in disagreement as to the appropriate classification, the party who requested the original review may appeal the classification decision to the APC/CSU Classification Appeal Committee.
The APC/CSU classification Appeal Committee shall consist of one person appointed by APC and one person appointed by the Chancellor's Office for the University. The Appeal Committee shall review all the material presented and may contact campus and Chancellor's Office resources for additional information, if needed. The Committee has authority to overturn the campus decision provided the two representatives reach consensus.
The decision or outcome by the Committee cannot be appealed to the grievance or arbitration procedures contained in this agreement.