An employee shall receive an initial assignment at the time of appointment.
The President may, consistent with the provisions of this Article, reassign an employee any position/duties which the President determines to be necessary and desirable to the CSU's operations/programs.
Unless a reassignment is for training purposes, an employee who believes he/she has been reassigned to a position for which his/her qualifications are not commensurate may:
An employee may be temporarily assigned to a position in a higher or lateral classification by the President for up to one (1) year, when the President determines such an assignment is in the best interests of the campus. An employee shall be provided with notice of such a temporary assignment at least fourteen (14) days prior to the effective date of such a temporary assignment.
Said notification shall include a copy of his/her position description.
If a position description is to be altered, the employee shall be provided with a copy of the altered position description at least seven (7) days prior to its effective date. Position descriptions shall reflect the employee's assigned duties and responsibilities.
After thirty (30) consecutive calendar days in a temporary assignment at a higher classification, an employee shall begin to receive the appropriate compensation of the higher classification. If any such future assignments within a twelve (12) month period extend for more than fourteen (14) consecutive calendar days, the employee shall receive the appropriate compensation of the higher classification from the first day of such an assignment. Days on which an employee is absent from work on a paid leave shall not constitute a break in "consecutive calendar days" as the term is used in this Article.
An employee serving such a temporary assignment of duties of another classification shall be provided with a letter of verification of such service upon request of the employee. A copy of such a verification shall be placed in the personnel file of the employee.
At the end of the temporary assignment of duties of another classification, the employee shall be returned to his/her former position or an equivalent position in the same classification from which he/she was temporarily reassigned.
Student assistants may be assigned to perform work for which the President determines they are qualified. Such work may be work performed by employees in the bargaining unit.
Appropriate administrators may perform work normally performed by employees in the bargaining unit when the President determines that the performance of such work is necessary and desirable to the CSU's operations/programs.
When the CSU determines that there may be a need for implementation of any procedures in Article 33, Layoff, the number of student assistant hours and the number of administrators shall not be increased for the purpose of performing bargaining unit work.
A qualified employee, as part of his/her assigned duties, may develop, develop and teach, or teach University approved non-credit bearing courses related to student services.