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Contents
Introduction to Estates        4
     Who we are                5
     Locations                12
     Green UCL                15

Getting started               19
     First actions            20
     Telephone                27
     Meeting rooms            29
     Sickness                 30
     Purchasing               31
     Probation requirements   33
     Training                 34


Life at UCL                   35
     Staff benefits           36
     Out and about            40

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Useful information                 43
     Smartphone apps               44
     Maps                          45
     Health and safety             49
     Recruitment and selection     52
     Key policies and links        53
     Probation forms               56
     Appraisal forms (web links)   61
     Estates HR                    62
     Satellite estates             65




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Welcome
You must be new here

Don’t know what to do?
Don’t know where to go?
Need a coffee?




This guide will point you in the
right direction and help find
answers to your questions. If
you’re still stuck please do not
hesitate to ask!
Tom Mapleson (t.mapleson@ucl.ac.uk, 32348)
Estates HR administrator
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Estates
Who we are
We manage the estate and facilities infrastructure
at UCL.

What we do
Property acquisition and management
Capital projects
Engineering and maintenance
Environmental sustainability
Safety
Security
Facilities management
Student residences
Central room bookings


For more detailed information on our core activities
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please visit www.ucl.ac.uk/efd
Estates
objectives
• One team with a common purpose

• Providing a great customer service

• Improving communications

• Delivering a clear Estates strategy and space
allocation

• Managing our scarce resources efficiently and
reporting our performance

• Providing a long term perspective of:
       - Environmental sustainability
       - Long term maintenance

• Improving the student experience with:
      - Teaching and learning spaces
      - Student accommodation

• Enhancing the estate through the capital        6
programme and public realm
Estates
leadership
team
  Andrew Grainger - Director of UCL Estates
  a.grainger@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 41212




  Dave Smith - Deputy director, Estates
  strategy & space
  dave.smith@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 41224



  Colin Plank – Head of property
  c.plank@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 41612

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Paul Stirk – Head of safety
p.stirk@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 41948




William Wilson – Director of
student residences
w.wilson@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 46960



Sian Minett – Head of satellite
estate services
s.minett@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 48240



Richard Jackson – Head of environmental
sustainability
richard.jackson@ucl.ac.uk



Geoff Prudence – Head of engineering
and maintenance
g.prudence@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 41201
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          Greg Beach - Director of capital projects
          g.beach@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 41207




          David M Smith – Head of facilities
          d.m.smith@ucl.ac.uk. Tel: 34352




UCL directory

To search for any UCL employee, see:

www.ucl.ac.uk/directory/




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Organisation
charts
To understand who does what in Estates and who to
contact for a specific query please consult the
Estates organisation charts at
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/about/organisation-charts/.

These charts display the job title, telephone
number and email address for the majority of
Estates employees. If you wish to contact a person
not listed on these charts please contact the section
of the person you require, or contact HR
administrator Tom Mapleson on 41973.




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Key contacts
Maintenance/porter requests
Call 30000 or log it online at
www.ucl.ac.uk/maintenance-service-requests/




Security
Contact UCL security services on 32102 for
emergencies and other security matters.
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/security/




Safety
Call 45913 for all general safety enquiries.
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/safetynet/


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Other Estates
locations
Basement, 1-19 Torrington Place
Head of facilities services David M Smith and his
team are located here.

Foster Court
Our maintenance work shop is located here.

Andrew Huxley building
Estates security is coordinated from here. Security
passes are also issued here.

UCL shop
Located in the south wing of the Wilkins building, for
all your snack and stationery needs.

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        Green UCL
As an institution, UCL is working to identify and
manage its impacts on the environment. Here are
some ways you can help:

Stamp donation
We collect used postage stamps for donation to
The Leprosy Mission. Please put any used
postage stamps into the wallet which is located by
the binding machine in the seventh floor post
area.

Toner recycling
Used toner and ink jet cartridges are collected and
sent for remanufacture. If you replace a toner
cartridge in one of the printers, please put the used
cartridge in the collection box located next to the
seventh floor goods lift (and make a note on the log
sheet attached to the box).


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Used batteries
A battery collection point is located by the goods lift
on the seventh floor. Used batteries are sent for
recycling.

Food waste
Food waste is collected in the bin located in the
eighth floor kitchen, and in the food caddies located
in the seventh floor kitchen and in the Procurement
section. Please use these bins for all food (tea bags,
coffee grounds, fruit peelings, food remains, etc). The
waste is sent for composting so please do not put
plastic, glass or metal into these bins.

Mixed recyclable waste
Recycling bins, which have clear bin liners, are
located around the seventh and eighth floors. These
bins can be used for all wastes apart from liquids,
batteries, toner cartridges, batteries and electrical
items.
The wastes from these bins is sent to a materials
recovery facility where they are sorted. Around 80%
of the wastes are recycled and the rest sent for
incineration with energy recovery.
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Turn it off!
Leaving unused electrical items switched on wastes
money and caused unnecessary carbon emissions.
Please switch off your computer, monitor and task
light when you have finished using them.
Remember to unplug your phone charger once
your phone has been charged. An equipment plan
detailing how the heating, lighting and other
systems work is posted on the Walk the Green Line
notice board located on the seventh floor.

Water, water, everywhere!
If you are holding meetings please do not bring in
bottled water. Taps providing filtered/chilled tap
water are available in the kitchens located on the
seventh and eighth floors.
If you must use bottled water please order the
Vivreau water from the Refectory as this is filtered
and chilled tap water (and is also available as a
sparkling water).



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Walk the green line
Walk the green line is the UCL Estates green
impact team who have implemented small, but
achievable, improvements to the environmental
performance of the seventh floor.
The team is being formalised into a task group
which will promote the programme across other
parts of Estates. Information about current
environmental initiatives may be found on the notice
board located opposite the goods lift on the seventh
floor.

Double sided printing
All printers and photocopiers are set to print
double sided automatically. Please only print one
sided if absolutely necessary. Print in colour only
when essential.

Information about UCL’s environmental sustainability
policy and implementation programmes can be
found on the green UCL website:
www.ucl.ac.uk/environment.

Please contact Tony Overbury (53159 or
t.overbury@ucl.ac.uk) to find out more about any of
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these initiatives.
Getting
started
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First actions
Have you completed your staff
registration details?
UCL needs to collect some further information from
you. To access the staff registration system:

• Go to www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs

• Click on ‘Current employment opportunities at
  UCL’

• Select ‘Returning applicant’ on the left hand side

• Select the vacancy for which you have been
  successful

• Click on the ‘Staff registration’ link on the left
  hand side.

Please return your signed contract of
employment to HR (at 9th floor, 1-19 Torrington
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Place).
Induction
                                          On your first day you
                                          will be provided with
                                          information on the
                                          following:

  Information to be given to                          Done
        new starter                                    ?
Emergency evacuation arrangements for your
building

H&S policy, first aiders and accident reporting

Details of working hours

Security passes, identity/entry cards, library
card, computer access codes, etc

Absence/sickness contact information

Job description and introduction to department

Salary/wage information

Facilities such as toilets, kitchen, refectory, etc

Personal use of computing facilities and
telephone

Building security arrangements
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Your line manager should help
provide this induction for you.
Induction
                                      During your first week
                                      you should also be
                                      provided with:


   Information to be given to                      Done
         new starter                                ?
An explanation of the key aspects of the job

Key UCL wide policies, including the induction &
probation policy

Annual leave booking arrangements

Booking on to Provost's welcome and safety
induction course

Discussion of performance standards and
probationary objectives

How performance will be monitored and when it
will be reviewed


Your line manager should help
provide this induction for you.




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Induction
                                         Within the first month
                                         you should have
                                         completed:


   Information to be given to                         Done
         new starter                                   ?
Discussion of training needs and relevant
courses

Review of initial induction period and
performance feedback

UCL online diversity training package via online
moodle staff induction


Your line manager should help
provide this induction for you.




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Knowledge
Security access
Visit Security (Andrew Huxley building, south quad)
soon after you start to obtain a security pass. They will
already have a record of your name but you will need
to take appropriate ID (such as a driving licence or
passport) with you to fully prove your identity.

IT access
Before you can access a PC you will need:
• a UCL username,
and two separate passwords,
• one for logging on to an Estates PC
• one for accessing UCL software (such as MyView
and FIS). This password will also allow you to use PC’s
in UCL cluster rooms.
Please contact Elsa Taddesse (48314) or Martin Paul
(41203) if these are not provided within your first
week of work or if you experience any other         24
problems.
Logging on
Once you have received notification of your ADS
username and password, log on as follows:

• Press CTRL+ALT+DEL

• Normally, the first time you logon you will be
prompted to change your password.

• When you log on, enter your user name and
password and remember to check that the ‘Log on to:’
field is filled in with the domain name ADM.


MyView
Now you have IT access, you can use MyView to:

• Check and update your personal details

• View your payslips

• Book holiday and other annual leave

• Record training courses

Log on at www.ucl.ac.uk/myview.                    25
Once annual leave is requested on MyView it will be
sent to your line manager for approval. If your line
manager does not respond within 5 working days
the request

Access to staff files
Staff files are located on the W: drive (go to My
Computer – W: drive). If you do not have access to
the correct files please contact Martin Paul (41203).

Access to staff software
If you need help accessing software, or to discuss
your software requirements, please contact Martin
Paul (41203).

UCL staff can download a number of free software
packages. To find out more go to:
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/common/software




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Telephone
If you are expecting a telephone extension, this
should be set up automatically upon your arrival.
However, if you are experiencing problems with your
telephone please call Tom Mapleson (41973) or
Telecoms (31391).

Dial 37000 to access your voicemail. The default
passcode is 1234. Main menu option keys:



 Delete message            8 (1 to confirm)
 Help                      0
 Exit                      9
 Play current              2
 Play first                *1
 Play last                 *3
 Play next                 3
 Play previous             1

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Using your telephone
Transfer a call: Press R button, enter new extension
number and replace handset when new person is
ready. To return to the outside caller press R*1.

Use Ring Back button to request an automatic call
back if dialled number is engaged.

Hold a call: Press R button and listen for holding dial
tone. Key in *9 and wait for switching successful
tone to indicate party is on hold. Replace the
handset. To reconnect lift handset and key in *1.

Conference call: Whilst speaking to 1st party press
R and key number of person to be added. Press R to
receive the dial tone and key in *4.

If your telephone is a member of a pick-up group
covering a number of phones key in **3 to answer.


For more information about how to use your
telephone’s features please go to:
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/telecoms/telephone-features/

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Meeting rooms
There are two ways to book meeting rooms.

• Rooms in 1-19 Torrington Place can be found by
  opening the relevant shared room calendar on
  Microsoft Outlook. To book a room you need to
  ‘invite’ it as an attendee to a meeting, along with
  the other, human attendees.

   Rooms are identified in the format: ‘~1-
   19TorrPl.807.(4).CSS’ (example). The number in
   the brackets tells you the capacity of the room.

• Other rooms in the university can be searched
  and booked using the online room booking
  system, found at:
  https://shibidp.ucl.ac.uk/idp/Authn/UserPassw
  ord



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Sickness
If you are sick and cannot attend work you must
contact your manager (or relevant co-worker)
within 30 minutes of your start time.

If you expect to be absent for more than seven
calendar days you must provide a medical
certificate to substantiate this. More information
can be found at:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/sickness_absence

Your manager will record your absence on
MyView and conduct a ‘return to work interview’
to discuss any further issues.




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Purchasing
We use the FIS system to raise requisitions, place
purchase orders and receipt invoices. All orders
that we place must have a purchase order number.

To access FIS please complete the FIS user form
(see next page) with your manager. If you have any
further problems please contact Philip Flash.

The FIS website (www.ucl.ac.uk/FIS) contains user
manuals but we recommend you are shown how to
use FIS by another member of staff. Training can be
arranged by contacting Philip Flash.


FIS key contacts
Purchasing: Philip Flash (p.flash@ucl.ac.uk or
41850)
Invoicing: Chuni Shah (c.shah@ucl.ac.uk or 41959)
FIS helpdesk: fis@ucl.ac.uk or 53133

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Probation
requirements
Staff in grades 1- 6 will be subject to a 6 months
probationary period and staff in grades 7 - 10 will
be subject to a 9 months probationary period.

During this period your manager will make clear
any service standards related to your particular
post in terms of:


• Quality and quantity of output
• Skills that must be acquired
• Deadlines which must be met


Your manager will also make clear how these
standards will be monitored throughout the
probation period and the frequency with which they
will be formally reviewed.
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Training
When you start at UCL:
Book yourself on to the Provosts welcome
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/osd/

and the Estates safety induction
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/UCLTrainingBookingSystem/

All staff are expected to attend at least 3 separate
training events per year. Your manager will help you
to identify and plan these sessions.

UCL also offers a number of free,
in-house training courses
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/osd/

www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/staff/training
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Life at
 UCL
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Staff benefits
Season ticket loan
An interest free season ticket loan that is paid back in
monthly instalments through your salary.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/season_tickets_bicycle_loans

Childcare vouchers
These are tax and national insurance exempt for the
first £55 per week of your childcare costs, potentially
saving you hundreds of pounds a year.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/benefits/family_friendly_benefits.
php#Heading9

Eye test
A free eye examination (and potentially free glasses)
for computer users.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/occ_health/health_advice/eyecare
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Staff discounts
Waterstones in Gower Street – 10% discount
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/procurement/agreements./personal/
books/waterstones

Costco cash & carry membership
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/benefits/staff_discounts.php#pro
curement


Gym
Bloomsbury fitness (Gordon St)
See:
http://beta.uclu.org/facilities/bloomsbury-fitness

ULU energybase (Malet St)
See: www.ulu.co.uk/content/621793/health__fitness/

52 club (52 Gower St)
See:
www.the52club.co.uk/

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UCL libraries
Unlimited loans for UCL staff
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/library/

UCL staff can also access many university libraries
across London and the UK. Go to the SCONUL
website for more information.
http://www.access.sconul.ac.uk/members


Cycle parking
UCL promotes the use of cycling to work and
provides cycle racks across the campus.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/locations/ucl-maps/ucl-bloomsbury-
campus-map
for parking locations.


Cycle scheme
You may be entitled to a 12 month bike loan allowing
the employee to benefit from income tax and national
insurance relief.
See:
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www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/cycle_scheme
Staff development
OSD offer a number of free in-house training
courses.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/osd/


Study assistance scheme
Offers 50% of course fees (pro-rata for part-time
staff) up to £400.00 and a maximum of 8 days' study
leave.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/osd/sas/index.php

Software discount
UCL staff can purchase Microsoft Office and
Windows 7 from the UCL shop for £10 each.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/ucl-shop/staff-software/




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Out and about
There are many restaurants, cafes, shops and
attractions that surround the Bloomsbury campus.

The UCL student’s union (25 Gordon Street), UCL
Refectory (South junction, Wilkins building) and
ULU (Malet Street) offer good value food and drink
for UCL staff. There is also a Barista van in the
front quad of the Wilkins building, selling coffee
and snacks.

The UCL shop supplies a wide range of stationery
and snacks. Find them in the south wing of the
Wilkins building (open 9-5, mon-fri).

UCL also offer a number of free, open events, such
as lunch hour lectures in the Darwin theatre (see
www.ucl.ac.uk/events for more information).

Love books? Rochelle Libson runs a monthly book
club. Please contact her on 45980 for more details.


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Food and drink

Planet Organic (supermarket) – 22 Torrington
Place, UCL staff discount available

Tapped and packed (café) – 114 Tottenham Court
Road

Lantana (café) – 13 Charlotte Place

Busaba Eathai (Thai restaurant) – 22 Store St

Indian YMCA (Indian restaurant) – 41 Fitzroy St

Benito’s Hat (Tex-Mex restaurant) – 56 Goodge St



There are many pubs and bars in the local area.

Some of the best: Euston Tap (30+ ales available),
Fitzroy Tavern (Charlotte St), Newman Arms
(Rathbone St) and The Bar @ TCR (183 Tottenham
Ct Rd, UCL discount available).

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Shopping
UCL is near to a number of retail centres, including
Tottenham Court Road (electronics/furnishing),
Oxford Street (fashion) and Covent Garden (fashion).



Attractions

Wellcome collection (museum) – 183 Euston Road
Grant museum - Rockefeller Building, 21
University Street
Petrie museum – Malet Place
British library (exhibitions) – 96 Euston Road




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Useful
information
Smartphone apps

Maps

Health and safety

Recruitment and selection

Key policies and links

Probation forms

Appraisal forms

Estates HR

Satellite estates           43
Smartphone
apps
UCL iMap
UCL iMap is an application which can be
downloaded to your iPhone, allowing you to navigate
a map of the UCL campus directly from your
handset.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/locations/UCLiMap

UCL GO
UCL GO! is an application to access UCL university
information, such as the UCL phone directory,
locations, news, library and calendar.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/students/mobile/ucl-go

Email setup for live@ucl users
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/staff/mail/live/mobphon/mobile
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phones
45
46
Archway
campus




          47
Hampstead
campus




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Health and
safety policies
UCL safety
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/safetynet/

Estates arrangements for
managing safety
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/efd/maintenance/construction/safe
ty-arrangements/

Risk assessments
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/efd/maintenance/construction/safe
ty-arrangements/risk-assessments/

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First aid
arrangements
You will see signs like this
around the office. They
indicate the location of your
first aid equipment and first
aiders.

If you would like to volunteer
as a first aider advise your
line manager accordingly
If you have an accident whilst
at work please complete the
accident report form.

www.ucl.ac.uk/efd/safety_services_www/intranet/f
orms/accident.pdf

In an emergency call 222 from any UCL phone.


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Fire safety
induction
UCL’s fire safety officer will familiarise you with the
fire safety procedures. As part of this induction you
will be shown:

    • How to raise the alarm in an emergency
    • Action to take on hearing the alarm
    • Fire escape routes and assembly points

    For the induction form, see:

www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/maintenance/fire/documen
ts/UCLFire_TN_086.pdf




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Recruitment
and selection
ALL staff who participate in staff interview panels
MUST have been trained at UCL before they carry
out such duties.

If you are likely to be interviewing as a part of your
role you should raise this with your manager, who
will help you to arrange the training.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/osd/timetable/programme/sdrs
hrpb/index.php




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Key policies
and links
Data protection act
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/efd/recordsoffice/data-protection/

Freedom of information act
See:
http://ucl.ac.uk/foi/

Harassment & bullying at work
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/harassment_bullying.php

Request for flexible working
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/work_life_balance.php

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Race equality
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/race_equality.php

Equal opportunities
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/equal_opportunity.php

Alcohol and drug abuse
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/alcohol.php

Pension services
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/pensions/

Trade unions
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/ucl_trade_unions.php

Maternity and paternity leave
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/maternity_links.php     54
Grievance procedure
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/grievance.php

Disciplinary procedure
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/disciplinary_procedure.php

Hours of work
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/working_hrs_inc_date.php

Annual leave
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/annual_leave.php

Leave for domestic and personal
reasons
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/docs/leave_domest_personal_rea
sons.php

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Probation forms

The probation review form should be completed
and sent to the UCL Estates HR coordinator.

There are two probation forms:


• The first probation review (see next pages)
Or download at:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/Probation%20First%20Review%20F
orm.doc


• The final probation review (see next pages)
Or download at:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/Probation%20Final%20Review%20
Form.doc


Please ensure the correct form is used.


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First probation (3 month) form




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Final probation (5/8 month) form




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Appraisal forms (web links)
Appraisals should be carried out on a yearly basis.
Once the appraisal is completed the review date
should be loaded on to MyView by the manager, then
the form should be forwarded to the UCL Estates HR
coordinator for filing.

There are two appraisal forms:

• One for general staff
Download at:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/Appraisal%20Form.doc

• And another for manual & craft staff
Download at:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/Manual%20&%20Craft%20Staff%20A
ppraisalForms.doc

Please ensure that the correct form is used.

• Appraisal training is mandatory for managers.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/osd/timetable/programme/         61
sdrerall/index.php#aa
Estates HR
The Estates Human Resources website (see:
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/) explains the specific Estates HR
divisional procedures, such as:

• Staff resignations/dismissals,

• Proposals to create new posts,

• Recruitment, ….. and more.

It also includes links to a number of Estates HR forms:

• Pre-recruitment form, to complete when recruiting a
new/replacement member of staff.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20Pre%20Recruitment%20Form.
xls


Please contact Tom Mapleson (0207 679 1973 or
t.mapleson@ucl.ac.uk) for HR advice and support
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within Estates.
• New starter contract form.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20New%20Contract%20Request.
xls


• Leavers form.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20Leavers%20Notification.xls


• Changes to appointment form (for general changes,
such as change of hours and extension of contracts).
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20Changes%20to%20Appointme
nt.xls


• Changes on MyView form (for changes to reporting
lines).
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20Changes%20On%20MyView.x
ls                                               63
• Changes to funding (for changes to staff cost codes).
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20Changes%20to%20Funding.xl
s

• SIP form 6 (for one off payments, when the person
already holds a UCL contract). This form is used
mainly to pay UCL students with temporary/casual
contracts, who work in the UCL Shop.
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20One%20Off%20Payment%20F
orm%206%20%207.xls

• SIP form 7 (for one off payments, where the person
does not hold a UCL contract.)
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20One%20Off%20Payment%20F
orm%206%20%207.xls

• Unpaid leave of absence form
See:
www.ucl.ac.uk/estates/procedures/hr-
administration/SIP%20Leave%20Of%20Absence.xls
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Satellite estates
Royal Free campus
Address: Rowland Hill Street, London, NW3 2PF
Telephone: 020 7794 0500
Nearest train: Belsize Park (tube),
Hampstead Heath (tube/overground)


UCL Eastman Dental Institute
Address: 256 Gray's Inn Road, London, WC1X 8LD
Telephone: 020 3456 1092
Nearest train: Russell Square (tube),
Kings Cross (tube/overground)


Institute of Neurology
Address: Queen Square, London, WC1N 3BG
Telephone: 020 3456 7890
Nearest train: Russell Square (tube)             65
Institute of Opthalmology
Address: 11-43 Bath Street, London, EC1V 9EL
Telephone: 020 7608 6800
Nearest train: Old Street (tube/overground)


Institute of Child Health
Address: 30 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1EH
Telephone: 020 7242 9789
Nearest train: Russell Square (tube)




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