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University Personnel (UP) is committed to fostering a campus community where all can flourish. UP aspires to be a trusted resource and strategic partner in the recruitment, retention, and development of highly engaged faculty and staff.

Prospective employees
New employees

About UP

Staff and org chart listing for University Personnel

Academic Personnel

Academic Personnel services, mission, and staff

Change of name

How to change your legal or preferred name

Change of personal contact information

How to change your address, phone number, emergency contact or email address

Classification

Information on how jobs are classified, forms related to position review, and job descriptions

A landing page for all faculty resources

Compensation

Information on compensation system and guidelines in the CSU

Explanation of conflict of interest, link to CSU conflict of interest handbook

Disability accommodation

How employees and job seekers can request accommodations

Discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), and/or retaliation

CSUMB is committed to providing equal opportunity to all persons interacting with the university and to provide a welcoming and respectful environment for all

Employee relations

Employee Relations helps staff and supervisors develop and maintain positive, respectful and harmonious working relationships and comply with collective bargaining agreements

An alphabetical list of all the topics covered on the University Personnel site.

MPP Outside employment disclosure

FAQs, policy, and form

Information, tools and resources for managers and administrators

New employees

A guide to getting started as a CSUMB employee.

Performance evaluation

Performance evaluation process and timeline

Probationary period

New probationary staff employees must successfully complete a probationary period of service before permanent status may be granted.

Job openings and an introduction to working at CSUMB

Reconsideration

Reconsideration of personnel actions for non-represented employees

Recruitment and staffing

Explanation for the recruitment process for faculty, staff, and administrative employees

Retired and former employees

Information about retirement, unemployment insurance, and COBRA coverage

Landing page for information, resources and forms for staff

Student employees

Landing page for information related to student employees and TAS

Whistleblower complaints

What and how to report state fraud and abuse

University Personnel

Phone
(831) 582-3389
Building
Tide Hall