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									                                                University of Central Florida
                                              EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT




                                                    {Agreement preamble is determined by Bargaining Status}




Name (Last, First, Middle Initial)
Employee ID                                                                                                      Position Number
Pay Plan & Pay Group                                                                                                 Budget Entity
Principal Place of Employment
Division & College or Unit
Department Name & Number
Title/Rank & Job Code
Administrative Title & Code
Employee Class
Tenure Status                                                                                                        Tenure Credit
Bargaining Status                                                                                                Bargaining Code
Authorized FTE (9 or 12-Month)                                                                               Salary for 0.00 FTE
Employment Start Date                                                                                     Employment End Date
Special Terms of Employment:




                                                                                        Acceptance:
                                                                                        I understand that by signing the Employment Agreement, I am
                                                                                        agreeing to terms and conditions associated with it. In particular, I
                                                                                        accept that continued employment is subject to terms listed in the
                                                                                        Employment Agreement and those in the Conditions of Employment .



Provost or designee                                                  Date               Employee                                                        Date



   New Hire?            NO            EOAA Review                        HR Original                Empl Copy          AAVP Copy           File Copy

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                                           University of Central Florida
                                      CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Name (Last, First, Middle Initial)
Email Address
Position Number


The following conditions are mandatory for employment at the University of Central Florida. The first three relate to the
Employment Start Date and govern initial entry onto the payroll. The fourth is a requirement of continued employment
beyond the stated Employment End Date and the fifth is regarding faculty orientation.
1) Legal Right to Work in the U.S.:
   Federal immigration law requires that employment be contingent upon the ability to provide documentation proving United States
   citizenship or legal right to work in the United States no later than three (3) business days after the Employment Start Date stated on
   the Employment Agreement.
   Failure to provide such documentation will nullify the Employment Offer.
2) Federal Withholding Requirements:
   Federal law requires that employers have a valid tax identification number for each employee to make appropriate withholding for
   taxes. Therefore each individual hired by the university must have a valid social security number for payroll and withholding
   purposes and provide it to the university no later than three (3) business days after the Employment Start Date stated on the
   Employment Agreement.

3) Applicant Affirmation:
   This form is mandatory and must be completed, signed, and returned for processing with the Employment Agreement and the
   Conditions of Employment.
    Failure to complete, sign, and return the Affirmation will nullify the Employment Agreement.

4) Submission of Permanent Records:
   Florida statutes and/or university regulations require that the following materials be provided for the university's permanent records:
   a) an official transcript (not a photocopy) from the institution where you received your highest degree. (Transcripts from non-U.S.
   institutions require a U.S. equivalency evaluation acceptable to the university.) b) three references relevant to your candidacy for the
   new position.

5) Orientation:
   New faculty are required to participate in two orientation sessions, serving two different purposes: The Benefits and Payroll
   Orientation and the Academic Orientation. By signing below, I acknowledge that I have been provided with an official letter from
   the Faculty Center for Teaching Learning outlining the details and instructions on how to sign up for each.




                                                                        Acceptance:
                                                                        I understand that by signing the Employment Agreement, I am agreeing to
                                                                        terms and conditions associated with it. In particular, I accept that
                                                                        continued employment is subject to terms listed in the Employment
                                                                        Agreement and those in the Conditions of Employment .



                                                                        Employee                                                          Date
                                                  University of Central Florida
                                                 APPLICANT AFFIRMATION
Name (Last, First, Middle Initial)
Email Address
Position Number
EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION:
       Highest Degree Received             Year Awarded      College or University That Awarded This Degree            Major Field



EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY:
  Are you a U.S. citizen?                                                                                        YES           NO
      If No, are you authorized to work in the United States?                                                    YES           NO
          NOTE : Federal law requires proof of right to work in the U.S. no
          later than three (3) business days after the employment start date.
      Will you, now or in the future, require sponsorship for employment visa status?                            YES           NO
      Have you received written notice of layoff by the University of Central Florida?                           YES           NO
      Do you have any relatives who are currently employed by this University?                                   YES           NO
            If yes, please provide their name and relationship:

            *Please note that persons who intend to marry or with whom the employee intends to form a household, and any other person
            having the same legal residence as the employee are included in the term "relative."
BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
All questions within this mandatory background section must be answered. Please note that a “yes” answer to these questions will not
automatically bar you from employment. The nature, job relatedness, severity, and date of the offense in relation to the position for
which you are applying are considered.

      1) As it relates to a criminal offense felony or first-degree misdemeanor, have you ever been convicted, pled nolo contendere (no
      contest), been placed on probation, enrolled in a pretrial diversion program, or had adjudication withheld?
      If yes, give details below:                                                                                YES           NO
      Date of conviction/adjudication:                               Court location:
      Disposition:
      2) Are there any criminal charges now pending against you other than
      non-criminal violations?                                                                                   YES           NO
      Charges:                                                      Date:                           Where?
      3) Have you been convicted of a felony for the sale or trafficking in or
      conspiracy to sell or traffic in a controlled substance committed on or
                                                                                                                 YES           NO
      after October 1990?

APPLICANT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
I hereby authorize the University of Central Florida to verify all information contained in this document and any supplement(s) hereto. I
certify that the above statements are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I further understand that any false statements made
by me on this document, supplement(s) hereto, or any materials submitted in support of my application for employment, may be grounds
for rejection from consideration for further employment and/or immediate discharge.
I also agree that a background investigation may be conducted to verify educational and professional qualifications and experience that
may include contact with persons I have not identified as references in support of my application.
I understand that Section 7 of Public Law 2001-43 requires participation in Direct Deposit for employees as a condition of employment.
Candidates will be required to complete an application for Direct Deposit at the time of Payroll sign-in. Also, employees of all Public
Employers in the State of Florida are required to take an Oath of Loyalty to the United States and the State of Florida.


Applicant signature:                                                                                     Date:
Print applicant name:


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SPECIAL TERMS―ASSIGNMENTS OF PRIORITIES

Priorities Assigned To Terms (See Check Boxes Below):
Special Term
Priority Assigned       1    2     3   4    5      6       7       8       9      10


USING THE SPECIAL TERMS:
A "Special Terms of Employment" statement is often necessary to denote particular features of the agreement. The types
of appointments requiring Terms are listed below along with their associated statements under "Examples of Special
Terms." When required, these must be entered in the Special Terms of Employment box of the agreement form, either by
typing or preferably by copying directly from the examples. A single agreement may need two or more separate Terms,
which should be listed in priority order using the check boxes below.
To help access a desired Term, the links that follow (●) give the appointment types by title in alphabetical order. If you
click on a link it will take you to the box for that Term, and then if you click on the arrow (▲) to the right of that, it will
return you to the top of this page, so you can select another Term or return to the agreement form.

        LINK    APPOINTMENT TYPE

         ●      Administrative Assignments─Assoc. Director, Assoc. Chair, Asst. Chair, and Program Director
         ●      Administrative Assignments─Interim
         ●      Administrative Assignments─Other
         ●      Appointment Dates Outside of the Regular Agreement Dates
         ●      Athletics
         ●      Auxiliary (AUX) Appointments
         ●      Contract & Grant (C&G) Appointment
         ●      Existing Employee
         ●      Internal University Title
         ●      Multi-year Appointments (First)
         ●      Multi-year Appointments (Successive)
         ●      Provisional Appointments (contingent upon completion of Ph.D. by a predetermined date)
         ●      Provisional Appointments (contingent upon completion of Ph.D. by the start of the agreement period)
         ●      Tenure Clause
         ●      Terminal Agreement
         ●      Visiting Appointment

To copy from the examples, note that ordinary copying and pasting will not work properly due to "protection" features
of the form. Thus the examples are "locked," and the following steps should be used to copy them:

●   Scroll down, tab down, or link directly to the first term chosen and enter "1" in that check box.
●   Then proceed to the check box for the second term chosen, if any, and enter "2" in that box.
●   Continue in this way until all the terms chosen are indicated via numbers in their check boxes.
●   Finally, exit from the last check box used and click on PASTE TO FORM above.
The last step returns you to the top of the agreement form. Be sure not to enter the same priority (1, 2, 3, etc.) in more
than one check box, since these determine in what order the chosen conditions will be pasted to the agreement form.
Also, note that some conditions need to have specific information added (e.g., dates or titles), which must be done by
manually typing in this information after the pasting step.




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One additional thing to note, especially if you want to tailor terms or add others not found among the "examples," is
that you may need to add a new line in the Special Terms cell of the form. If you attempt to use the Enter key for this, it
will take you out of the cell. Instead, you should hold down the ALT key and then use the Enter key to create a new line.

EXAMPLES OF SPECIAL TERMS


A. Administrative Assignments ─Associate Director, Associate Chair, Assistant Chair and Program Director : Required
for appointments to ranked positions with the above administrative titles. Temporary annualized salary adjustments
associated with such assignments will range from $2,000 to $5,000. Salary adjustments above this range must be
approved in advance by the provost. The appropriate title must be indicated on the clause.

      This assignment includes additional responsibilities as an {Administrative Title}. No notice is required to       ▲
      remove these responsibilities, at which time the employee shall not retain any salary additives or release
      time or other rewards provided in recognition of these responsibilities.


B. Administrative Assignments ─Interim : Required for all employees who are asked to serve in a temporary interim
role. These appointments cannot exceed a total of 1 year. Temporary annualized salary adjustments for these types of
appointments range from $3,000 to $12,000. Salary adjustments above this range must be approved in advance by the
provost. The temporary base salary adjustment, interim title and date in which the interim appointment will terminate,
must be indicated on the clause.
      This assignment is to a temporary, non-unit administrative position. No notice is required to return the          ▲
      employee to his or her previous position and base salary. At that time, subject to prior approval of the dean
      and provost, and considering the time and quality of service in the temporary position, the employee may
      receive a permanent increase in base salary of up to 25% of the temporary base salary adjustment. Salary
      includes a {$3,000-$12,000} temporary base salary adjustment as interim {Title}. This represents an
      interim appointment during the recruitment period for a regular {Title}. Upon hire of a regular {Title}, or
      on 8/7/0{X}, this agreement will be completed. This interim appointment cannot be renewed beyond
      {Month/Day/Year}.

C. Administrative Assignments ─Other : Required for ranked employees on other administrative assignments such as
chair, assistant dean or associate dean, director, vice president, etc. Such assignments are expected to last five years
and the annualized salary adjustment associated with them range from $3,000 to $20,000. Salary adjustments above
this range must be approved in advance by the provost.
      This administrative assignment, which is not time-limited, is subject to review on or before the end of the       ▲
      fifth year of service. An employee may request or be requested to revert to or take a non-administrative
      assignment during this five-year period or any extensions thereof without notice. If the employee has
      performed satisfactorily in the assignment for at least five years, the employee, if tenured, is eligible to
      return to a non-administrative assignment with a salary equivalent to 81.82% of the administrative salary.


D. Appointment Dates Outside of the Regular Agreement Dates : Required for appointments outside of the regular
August through May or August through August agreement dates. In other words, when the actual contract period is less
than 9 or 12 months.
      Salary based on a {9 or 12}-month agreement from {8/X/XX through 5/X/XX or 8/X/XX}. Overall                       ▲
      compensation between {Start Date} and {End Date} will be {Overall Compensation}.


E. Existing Employee : Required for appointments extended to employees currently on the payroll and for whom the
agreement overlaps an existing agreement.
      This agreement replaces and supersedes any previous agreement that covers all or part of this period.             ▲


F. Auxiliary (AUX) Appointments : Required on all AUX agreements.

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      Your employment under this agreement will cease on the date indicated. No further notice of cessation of          ▲
      employment is required.

G. Internal University Title: May be used to indicate an internal UCF title, which may be different than the official
State title.

      Internal University Title: {Internal Title}.                                                                      ▲


H. Multi-year Appointment (First) : Required for the first year of each two-to five-year increment period. The length,
type of the appointment, and the date in which the multi-year appointment will terminate, must be indicated on the
clause.
      This agreement represents the first year of a {5}-year multiple-year, {9 or 12}-month appointment, which          ▲
      will terminate on {Month Day, Year}. No further notice of cessation of employment is required.


I. Multi-year Appointments (Successive) : Required on successive years of each two- to five-year increment period. The
date in which the multi-year appointment will terminate, must be indicated on the clause.
      This agreement represents the continuation of a multiple-year, {9 or 12}-month appointment, which will            ▲
      terminate as of {Month Day, Year}.

J. Provisional Appointments (contingent upon completion of Ph.D. by the start of the agreement period) : Required on
provisional appointments for which the agreement is contingent upon the employee completing the Ph.D. by the start of
the agreement period.
      Appointment contingent upon completion of Ph.D. degree requirements by the start of the agreement                 ▲
      period. Upon completion of the Ph.D., appointment will be modified to a regular, tenure-earning status.

K. Provisional Appointments (contingent upon completion of Ph.D. by a predetermined date) : Required on provisional
appointments for which further appointments are contingent upon the employee completing the Ph.D. requirements by a
predetermined date. This date must be indicated on the clause.

      Further appointments contingent upon completion of Ph.D. degree requirements by {Month Day, Year}.                ▲
      Upon completion of the Ph.D., appointment will be modified to a regular, tenure-earning status.

L. Athletics : Required on all positions working with university intercollegiate athletics

      An understanding of NCAA, Conference, UCF and UCFAA rules, regulations, and policies is a critical                ▲
      element of this position. Therefore, employee must comply with all NCAA, Conference, UCF, and UCFAA
      rules, regulations and policies. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action appropriate to the offense
      and may include termination of employment.

M. Tenure Clause : Required for employees hired with tenure upon a majority vote in the department.

      Tenure contingent upon approval by the Board of Trustees.                                                         ▲


N. Terminal Agreement : Required on agreements not expected to continue beyond the agreement end date, and for
which a notice of termination has been issued.

      TERMINAL AGREEMENT. Your employment under this agreement will cease on the date indicated. No                     ▲
      further notice of cessation of employment is required.

O. Visiting Appointments : Required for all visiting appointments (1-year non-renewable and 4-year renewable). The
date in which the visiting appointment will terminate, must be indicated on the clause.

      Your employment under this agreement will cease on the date indicated. No further notice of cessation of          ▲
      employment is required. This agreement cannot be renewed beyond {Month Day, Year}.

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     Your employment under this agreement will cease on the date indicated. No further notice of cessation of
     employment is required. This agreement cannot be renewed beyond {Month Day, Year}.

P. Contract & Grant (C&G) Appointments : Required for all C&G employee agreements.

     If employee has less than five (5) years of continuous service, employment under this agreement will cease   ▲
     on the date indicated. No further notice of cessation of employment is required. All contract and grant
     (C&G) employment is subject to availability of funding sufficient to fully fund the FTE listed above.
     Employment may cease at the time agreement/grant/project funding for this employment is depleted.




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EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT HELP


Preparing and using the form:

● Make each entry in a box using the pull-down menu, if any, or typing. When done, go to the next box using the
"right arrow" or "Tab" key. To go back one box, use the "left arrow" or "Shift-Tab" key combination. To go
directly to a box, mouse-click on it.
● Use the PRINT button to make a paper copy of the completed agreement. To clear the entire form in
preparation for new entries, first use the CLEAR button.
● When finished, use the SAVE button to store the agreement on your computer. A "dialog box" will appear,
allowing you to choose a file name and directory for it.
● Grayed-out areas are for use by the offices of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EO/AA), OOR and
Human Resources (HR). All other fields must be filled in before final processing of the agreement can occur.
● For new E&G hires, the agreement should be submitted with the official hiring package to the EO/AA Office.
All other E&G agreements should be submitted directly to Academic Affairs.
● All C&G agreements should be submitted directly to the Office of Research.

Notes on particular entries:

Name (First, Last, Middle Initial)
Must reflect the employee’s name as it appears on the social security card.

Employee ID
Seven-digit payroll identification number required for all employees of the university. If the candidate was
previously employed by the university in any capacity (including OPS), enter the employee id. For employees
who have never been on the payroll, an employee id will be assigned by payroll during the first payroll processing
cycle and can be located on the first and all subsequent leave and pay exceptions reports, and this entry can be left
blank. Note that the entry should be left blank strictly in cases where the candidate has never been
employed by the university, and an employee ID has never been assigned.
Position Number
Must be consistent with the position number used in the search, if applicable, or obtained from the dean's or
director's office. Position numbers are five-digit numbers beginning with “3” or “4,” depending on the budget
entity (Education & General "E&G", Auxiliary "AUX" and Contract & Grant "C&G"). The budget entity field
will automatically populate when the position number is entered.
Position numbers must be vacant at time of appointment.
Pay Plan & Pay Group
Salaried positions are grouped by pay plan as follows: Administrative & Professional (A&P), Executive Service,
Faculty, and University Support Personnel System (USPS). Note that employment agreements are not issued for
USPS employees, so the present agreement is not applicable in those cases.
The pay group designates whether an employee will be on a 9- or 12-month agreement. While faculty annual
agreements are either for 9 or 12 months, all A&P agreements are for 12 months.
Principal Place of Employment
The choices for this entry are those identified by the pull-down menu. This field should be consistent with the
employee's primary physical assignment and funding source (regional vs. Orlando funds). It may be that in the




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Division and College or Unit
The choices for this entry are those identified by the pull-down menu. There are four divisions at the university
and on the pull-down menu; they are identified prior to the college or unit name as follows: Academic Affairs
(AA), Administration & Finance, President or University Relations.
Department Name & Number
This field identifies the liability department name and number. It is defined as the employee's ongoing, regular
employing department, regardless of funding source. In most cases, this number will be the same as the funding
department number used for payroll purposes.
Items to note: 1) This field must be consistent with the "Principal Place of Employment" field (i.e. a regional
campus department should be entered for all regional campus designations). 2) Nine-month E&G faculty must be
assigned and funded to the appropriate XXXX-2074 department.
Title/Rank and Job Code
The choices for this entry are those identified by the pull-down menu. When a choice of the Title/Rank is made
using the pull-down menu, the corresponding job code is selected automatically.
The title and job code selected must correspond with the title and job code on the Position Vacancy
Announcement (PVA), which is required as part of the search process for all positions, except one-year non-
renewable visiting appointments and others for which a waiver of posting has been granted.
Administrative Title and Code
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The choices for this entry are those identified by the pull-down menu. When a choice of the Administrative Title
is made using the pull-down menu, the corresponding Administrative Code is selected automatically.
Note that for most unit faculty who are not administrators, the choice of Administrative Title should be "No
Administrative Function" (rather than simply leaving the entry blank), for which the Administrative Code is "99."
For assistance identifying the appropriate faculty administrative title, please contact your vice president, dean, or
director’s office.
Employee Class
This field defines the conditions of an employee’s appointment. The choices for this entry are those identified by
the pull-down menu, as follows:
► Provisional -- An appointment of a person who is not fully qualified, but who is expected to acquire such
qualifications in a short period of time. Provisional appointments are not offered beyond one year.
The appropriate provisional clause must be entered on the "Special Conditions of Employment" section of the
employee's employment agreement. This clause will indicate the maximum length of the appointment. See
"Examples."
► Clinical -- An appointment in conjunction with a professional position in a hospital or other clinical setting.
► Research -- An appointment in which the person is engaged primarily in research.

    ► Regular -- A continuing appointment expected to be automatically renewed on a yearly basis. Used for all
    appointments for which appropriate EO/AA search guidelines have been followed or for which a search waiver
    has been granted.




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has been granted.
► Visiting, One-year Non-renewable -- Appointments that are not expected to last more than one year due to
either the employee or the position not being available for more than a limited period. One-year visiting
appointments may be offered without a search but cannot be renewed after the one-year period without a search.
The appropriate visiting clause must be entered on the "Special Conditions of Employment" section of the
employee's employment agreement. This clause will indicate the maximum length of the appointment. See
"Examples."
 ► Visiting, Four-year Renewable -- Appointments that are not expected to last more than four years due to
either the employee or the position not being available for more than a limited period. Four-year visiting
appointments may be renewed for up to four (4) years and may be offered for appointments for which appropriate
EO/AA search guidelines have been followed or for which a search waiver has been granted. A visiting
appointment may not be extended beyond a total of four years (consecutive or not).
The appropriate visiting clause must be entered on the "Special Conditions of Employment" section of the
employee's employment agreement. This clause will indicate the maximum length of the appointment. See
"Examples."
Tenure Status
The "Tenure-earning" or "Tenured" entries should be selected for faculty with a "regular" employee class, who
hold the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor, and in turn, are eligible for, or have been
granted tenure. All other appointments should be "Non-tenure Earning" or in special cases, "Multi-year,"
including any faculty on an "Interim," “Provisional” or “Visiting” appointment, regardless of rank. For specific
information regarding tenure eligibility and multi-year appointments, please contact the Office of Academic
Affairs.
The choices for this entry are those identified by the pull-down menu, as follows:
► Tenured -- Having tenure already
► Tenure-earning -- Eligible for tenure, but not already tenured
► Non-tenure Earning -- Not eligible for tenure
► Multi-year -- Appointments offered in two- to five-year increments. These appointments are offered under
very special circumstances (please contact the Office of Academic Affairs for assistance).
Tenure Credit
Years of prior service at another institution to be credited towards tenure. This is applicable for tenure-earning
faculty hires only.

Bargaining Status and Bargaining Code
Both of these fields will be automatically entered upon completion of the "Title/Rank & Job Code" and
"Administrative Title & Code." These fields designate whether the employee's appointment will be governed by
the collective bargaining agreement and whether the employee will be a member of the bargaining unit (such
cases will be designated as "UNIT").
Base Salary (9 or 12 Mo.)
9- or 12-month salary, regardless of the initial agreement start and end dates.

Authorized FTE
The percent of full-time effort assigned (for a regular employee ordinarily equals 100% or 1.00). Cannot exceed
1.00 and will be below 1.00 only if the employee is in a part-time position. Please note that employees who are
on sabbatical or professional development leave are not considered part-time so the FTE's in such cases should




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1.00 and will be below 1.00 only if the employee is in a part-time position. Please note that employees who are
on sabbatical or professional development leave are not considered part-time so the FTE's in such cases should
always remain at 1.00. At the same time, a Request for Leave of Absence form must be completed for all
employees who are on leave.
Start Date
The starting date for the new appointment as agreed upon by the candidate or employee and the hiring official and
approved by central administration.
Please note that the starting date for new hires or new appointments, cannot be retroactive. However, in the case
of new-hires, if the employee in question is currently employed at the university on a salaried position (not OPS),
and the new appointment date will cause a break in service, the previous agreement can be extended upon special
request to avoid any salary or benefit interruption.
End Date
The agreement ending date will be in early May (for 9-month employees) or early August (for 12-month
employees). These dates will be published by Academic Affairs on a yearly basis. For employees in time-limited
appointments (interim appointments, visiting appointments, or contract and grant (C&G) appointments) that end
within this 9 or 12-month period, please indicate this date as the agreement ending date.
Special Terms of Employment
This area of the agreement is necessary to denote the particular terms of the appointment. Refer to the
"Examples" section of the form for a complete list of the types of appointments that require "Special Terms" and
the exact wording to be noted on each. The special terms should be copied directly from the "Examples" section.
Please note that some appointments will require more than one special term.


Conditions of Employment Help
The Conditions of Employment and Applicant Affirmation attachments are used only for new hires and should be
completed by the selected candidate at the time he or she signs the approved Employment Agreement. In this
regard, note that the attachments are "read-only" forms and thus should not be completed and submitted with the
Employment Agreement request to the Academic Affairs Administration office. Instead, the attachments will be
printed by the Academic Affairs Administration office and forwarded to the area VP or college Dean's Office
along with the approved Employment Agreement for completion and signature by the selected candidate.
Applicant Affirmation Help
The Applicant Affirmation and Conditions of Employment attachments are used only for new hires A criminal
history background check is required for all new faculty hires, as well as hires that have been off the university
payroll for one year or more. For additional information, please refer to the Faculty Hiring Guide at
www.provost.ucf.edu (see "Policies, Procedures, Guides and Handbooks.") Note that the attachments are "read-
only" forms and thus should not be completed and submitted with the Employment Agreement request to the
Academic Affairs Administration office. Instead, the attachments will be printed by the Academic Affairs
Administration office and forwarded to the area VP or college Dean's Office along with the approved
Employment Agreement for completion and signature by the selected candidate.




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CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT HELP


The Conditions of Employment and Applicant Affirmation attachments are used only for new hires and should be
completed by the selected candidate at the time he or she signs the approved Employment Agreement. In this
regard, note that the attachments are "read-only" forms and thus should not be completed and submitted with the
Employment Agreement request to the Academic Affairs Administration office. Instead, the attachments will be
printed by the Academic Affairs Administration office and forwarded to the area VP or college Dean's Office
along with the approved Employment Agreement for completion and signature by the selected candidate.




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APPLICANT AFFIRMATION HELP


The Applicant Affirmation and Conditions of Employment attachments are used only for new hires and should be
completed by the selected candidate at the time he or she signs the approved Employment Agreement. In this
regard, note that the attachments are "read-only" forms and thus should not be completed and submitted with the
Employment Agreement request to the Academic Affairs Administration office. Instead, the attachments will be
printed by the Academic Affairs Administration office and forwarded to the area VP or college Dean's Office
along with the approved Employment Agreement for completion and signature by the selected candidate.
Note: As indicated in the Faculty Hiring Guide at www.provost.ucf.edu (see "Policies, Procedures, Guides, and
Handbooks"), the Office of Human Resource's Recruitment section will complete a criminal history check on
selected candidates that have answered "Yes" to any of the Background Information questions on the Applicant
Affirmation form. This will be done immediately upon receipt on the Employment Agreement and related forms,
as forwarded to them from HR's Records Section. Therefore, please be sure to forward all three completed forms
to HR's Records Section as quickly as possible to ensure sufficient processing time for the required criminal
history check, as applicable.
Criminal history checks for employees that have answered "No" to the Background Information questions on the
Applicant Affirmation are not required and will not be conducted, unless specifically requested by the hiring
official.




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