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Deans and managers play a vital role at the university. The following resources will guide you in the areas of performance management and organizational leadership.
Manage posted positions and request reclassifications.
Please note -- For security purposes, the administrative login for the Recruitment, Onboarding, and Classification System (ROCS) requires users to log in from a computer or other device on a trusted Rutgers network. If you would like to use this application from outside the Rutgers IT infrastructure, you will need to first connect to a virtual private network (VPN) service. You can do so by visiting the Office of Information Technology (OIT)’s VPN tool at http://ssl-vpn.rutgers.edu. Contact the OIT helpdesk if you require assistance in setting up a secure VPN into the Rutgers network.
The HR Consultants are available to assist departmental leaders and their units in a wide variety of human resource issues.
Use this link to quickly find information and resources pertaining to legacy UMDNJ positions.
Access information about the P4P employee evaluation process for eligible MPSC staff.
Access information about the SCP employee evaluation process for eligible staff governed by the URA-AFT Labor Agreement.
Access information about the performance evaluation process for legacy UMDNJ staff members.
A collection of resources to help with the hiring process.
Information, resources, and tools to help employees balance work and personal life.
Information to assist with the separation of employees.
UHR Learning and Development offers faculty and staff workshops, extended learning and certificate programs, and online resources.
The Center for Organizational Development and Leadership (ODL) provides programs and consulting in Organizational Development, Leadership Advancement, and Professional Education for faculty, staff, and academic, administrative and health sciences leaders to enhance individual and organizational effectiveness.
Sponsored by the Center for Organizational Development and Leadership (ODL), the Graduate School-New Brunswick, and the University Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Academic Leadership Program (ALP) provides a forum for disseminating information on policies and practices, addressing theoretical and practical problems of academic leadership, sharing effective practices across disciplines, and creating a collaborative network of administrators and faculty members charged with providing academic leadership for the institution.
The Rutgers Leadership Academy (RLA) is a two-year program for mid-career faculty and staff within Rutgers-New Brunswick and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences who aspire to broadened leadership roles within their units, the University and/or higher education, more generally. The Academy focuses on the development of cross-cutting leadership concepts, competencies, and tools to enhance professional capabilities for those in academic, professional and administrative leadership roles. The program will begin in Fall 2015.