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Policy 4-3-5: In-House Announcement of Classified Positions

WNC Policy 4-3-5
Procedure: In-House Announcement of Classified Positions
Policy No.: 4-3-5
Department: Human Resources/General Counsel
Contact: Vice President of Human Resources and General Counsel

It shall be the policy of WNC to announce all full-time and part-time (.50 FTE or more, grade 23 and above) permanent classified positions open at WNC in a prescribed manner. This policy is in addition to any requirements of posting required by State Personnel.

  • Section 1: Announcement Methods
    • A. The following shall be the minimum announcement methods:
      • 1. WNC e-mail.
      • 2. WNC Job Opportunities web page (www.wnc.edu/jobs) and at other locations designated by the Human Resources Office.
  • Section 2: Announcement
    • A. Each position announcement shall include the minimum information:
      • 1. Position title and grade.
      • 2. Position status, such as full-time, part-time, permanent, grant funded, non-layoff eligible, etc.
      • 3. FTE and/or number of hours per week.
      • 4. Hiring department.
      • 5. Closing date.
      • 6. Where to apply or get further information.
  • Section 3: Length of Announcement
    • A. Each position shall be open for a minimum of fourteen (14) calendar days, if at all possible.
    • B. The fourteen days will be from the date the announcement is placed on ccmail.
    • C. Exceptions shall be noted in the announcement.
  • Section 4: Policy Conflict
    • A. When the WNC recruitment policy is in conflict with State of Nevada recruitment policy, the State of Nevada policy will supersede the WNC policy.
Date Adopted and Dates Revised
Date Adopted January 1, 1996 Dates Revised September 2, 2008; May 11, 2004; October 1, 1998
NSHE and NRS Codes
NSHE Code Reference NSHE Board of Regents Handbook
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Date Printed: September 21, 2019