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					                                                                        HR SERVICES


                  APPOINTMENT OF A RECOGNISED TEACHER FORM

Ordinance 21 provides that, in the academic programmes leading to the University’s degrees,
diplomas and certificates, the teaching and assessment of candidates shall be the responsibility solely
of persons formally recognised as Teachers of the University.

The constitution of a committee to consider the recommendation is as for a lectureship, i.e. an ad hoc
committee of four to six members constituted by the Head of School. The Committee will, if
possible, include a majority of members from the subject in which the appointment is to be made and
these will include at least one non-professorial member. At least one member of the committee shall
not be from the appointing School. No member of the committee shall be of probationary status.

It is University Policy that appointing committees shall not consist solely of members of one gender.
Staffing Committee has indicated that any exceptions to this policy require the agreement of the
Director of HR Services. Exceptions will be reported periodically, together with the reasons for non-
compliance, to the Staffing Committee. Appointing Committees of single gender that have not been
agreed by the Director of HR Services shall not have authority to recommend appointment and no
contract will be issued.

School

Title, Initials, Surname

Correspondence Address




Recognised from (dd-mm-yy):                      Recognised to (dd-mm-yy):

Appointing Committee Membership
(To be completed only if this work required recognition as a teacher under ordinance 21)
Name                                                 Signature




If the committee is not of mixed gender, please state the reason below:




Head of School/Section (Signature)         Head of School/Section (PRINT)                     Date:




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                                                                             ANNEX A

                                                              cc:




PERSONAL
Name & Address



Date



Dear

I am pleased to confirm that you have been designated a “Recognised Teacher” of the University in the School
of              for the period (start date) to (end date).

We look forward to your association with the University.

Yours sincerely




Head of School




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                                                                                ANNEX B




Charge to: 2030                                                                 cc        Head of School
                                                                                          HR Services


PERSONAL
Name
Address


<Date>


Dear <Name>

I am pleased to offer you an appointment as Teaching Assistant in the School of <School> for the <Semester>
Semester. For this purpose you have been designated a “Recognised Teacher” for the period <month and
year> to <month and year>.

Your contribution will be to unit <course name and unit number>.

Total payment* of £<amount>, less any necessary deductions for Income Tax and National Insurance
contributions, will be made in <number> equal instalments at the end of <first month> to <last month>
<year>. Payment will be made by direct transfer to your bank account on the 28 th of each month for the period
of your appointment.

Payment has been made up from the following calculations:

                               Hourly rate        Number worked        Total Payment
                                                   over semester             (£)
per tutorial hour
per demonstrating hour
per marked essay
                                                     *Total Payment

Under the provisions of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, the University must verify your permission to
work in the UK. If you wish to accept this appointment, complete and return the attached personal details form,
and documentary evidence (originals only - please refer to the attached sheet) of your immigration status, as
soon as possible

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Stirling and hope that your employment here proves to
be a rewarding experience.

Yours sincerely




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PROOF OF RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UK
LIST OF ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTATION

To comply with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 (as amended at 1 May 2004), before you
begin working for the University of Stirling, you must supply original documentation proving that you
have a right to work in the United Kingdom (UK). This may be either:

- ONE document from List 1, below; or

- TWO documents from List 2, below, which must include a document giving your permanent
National Insurance (NI) number and name; or

- TWO documents from List 3, below, which must include a work permit or other approval to take
employment that has been issued by Work Permits UK.

The appropriate original documentation should be supplied as soon as possible to the person who
sent you this letter. Copies are not acceptable so, if you are unable to deliver your documentation in
person, you are advised to use recorded delivery. In this case, please indicate whether you require
documents to be returned immediately, or if you would prefer to collect them when you start work. If
you have any queries about this process, or about the documentation required, please contact the
person who sent you this letter.

List 1
        A passport showing that you are a British citizen, or have a right of abode in the UK.
        A national passport or national identity card showing that you are a national of a European
         Economic Area (EEA) country 1 or of Switzerland.
        A residence permit issued by the UK showing that you are a national of an EEA country 1 or
         of Switzerland.
        A passport or other document issued by the Home Office which has an endorsement stating
         that you have a current right of residence in the UK as the family member of a national of an
         EEA country 1 or of Switzerland who is resident in the UK.
        A passport or other travel document endorsed to show that you can stay indefinitely in the
         UK, or have no time limit on your stay.
        A passport or other travel document endorsed to show that you can stay in the UK, and that, if
         you do not have a work permit, you are allowed to do the type of work that the University is
         offering you.
        An Application Registration Card issued by the Home Office to an asylum seeker stating that
         you are permitted to take employment.

List 2
        A document giving your permanent National Insurance Number and name. This could be: a
         P45 or P60 issued by a previous employer, a National Insurance card, or a letter from a
         relevant Government Agency 2. (Please note that temporary NI numbers (beginning with TN),
         and numbers ending in a letter from E to Z inclusive, are not valid for this purpose.)
TOGETHER WITH ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
     A full birth certificate issued in the UK, which includes the names of your parents.
     A birth certificate issued in the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, or Ireland.
     A certificate of registration or naturalisation stating that you are a British Citizen.
     A letter issued to you by the Home Office indicating that you can stay indefinitely in the UK,
         or have no time limit on your stay.
     An Immigration Status document issued to you by the Home Office with an endorsement
         indicating that you can stay indefinitely in the UK, or have no time limit on your stay.
     A letter issued to you by the Home Office indicating that you can stay in the UK and that you
         are allowed to do the type of work that the University is offering you.
     An Immigration Status document issued to you by the Home Office with an endorsement
         indicating that you can stay in the UK and that you are allowed to do the type of work that the
         University is offering you.
Note that if for any reason the name given on the two documents that you supply is not identical, you
will also need to supply a third original document to explain the reason for the difference. This could
be a marriage certificate, divorce document, deed poll, adoption certificate, or statutory declaration.


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List 3
    A work permit or other approval to take employment that has been issued by Work Permits
     UK.
TOGETHER WITH EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING:
   A passport or other travel document endorsed to show that you are able to stay in the UK and
     can take the work permit employment in question.
   A letter issued to you by the Home Office confirming that you are able to stay in the UK and
     can take the work permit employment in question.



1
  As from 1 May 2004, the following countries are part of the EEA: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus,
*Czech Republic, Denmark, *Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, *Hungary, Iceland, Ireland,
Italy, *Latvia, *Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, *Poland,
Portugal, *Slovakia, *Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom. If you are a national of one of the
eight countries marked with an asterisk and you start working in the UK after 1 May 2004, you must
register with the Home Office under the Workers Registration Scheme within one month of starting
employment with the University.
2
  Relevant agencies for this purpose are: the Inland Revenue, the NI Contributions Office, or the
Department for Work and Pensions (or the old Benefits Agency, Contributions Agency or
Employment Service, or the Northern Ireland equivalents).




                                                                                       HR Services
                                                                               University of Stirling
                                                                                          May 2005




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