CWU employs temporary employees to meet short-term and intermittent workload needs.
Temporary/Hourly appointments may not exceed 1,050 hours in a twelve consecutive month period from the original date of hire.
REMINDER: Temporary/Hourly employees may not begin work until the background check and required paperwork is complete!
|To ensure compliance with federal laws, consult with your Human Resources Consultant BEFORE offering your position.|
|Academic & Student Life|
|Lorraine Chavez||(509) email@example.com|
|Business & Financial Affairs|
|Stephen Sarchet||(509) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Joy Corbett||(509) email@example.com|
|Lisa Conn||(509) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Katelyn Muir||(509) email@example.com|
The hiring supervisor has the responsibility to ensure that all required forms are complete before a temporary/hourly employee begins working.
- Talk with your Human Resources Consultant to determine title, length of appointment, pay rate, bargaining unit potential, and benefit eligibility. Reminder: Employee cannot begin work until entire hiring process is complete!
- Human Resource Consultant will initiate the background check. Supervisor: please let potential employee know that they will receive an email about the background check.
- Upon notification of completion of background check, hiring supervisor finalizes hiring process in PeopleAdmin.
- Supervisor offers position to new employee.
- New employee will receive an email with instructions on completing required forms online (I-9, W-4, and direct deposit).
- Supervisor completes Temporary Appointment Form (TAF), reviews with employee, obtains signatures, provides copy to employee, and emails completed from to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Supervisor instructs employee to go to Human Resources with I-9 documentation on the first day of employment.
If the temporary work is similar to work performed by a represented classified cyclic employee who is on a period of cyclic leave, the temporary work should first be offered to the classified employee.
Generally, if a student is taking less than 6 credit hours for undergraduate or 5 credit hours for graduate, the individual is hired as a Temporary/Hourly employee.