Taleo Support Form
Purpose of this form: Use this form to submit issues or questions using Taleo’s Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and Onboarding process.
The Sponsor-Funded Process
Using the sponsor-funded process to identify and employ top talent at Georgia State University.
The Office of Human Resources Administration assists colleges and departments with identifying, classifying and hiring the best staff for sponsor-funded research programs at Georgia State. While the sponsor-funded research process walks you through employing staff and postdoctoral research associates, you are able to find a primary contact for specific assistance, specifically used job titles that are regularly used in research and an electronic submission form that expedites the review process.
On this page, you will find a step-by-step guide to assist you with the Sponsor-funded Hiring Process to create a sponsor-funded research position using the Sponsor Funded Position Review Form (PRF-short form). You will also be shown how to create a job posting requisition for your sponsor-funded research position using the Taleo – Applicant Tracking System (ATS). In the Sponsor Funded – Staff Hiring Procedures PDF attachment, you are able to click on the various links that will take you to the Sponsor Funded PRF electronic form and Taleo – ATS system.
Listed below are familiar pre-approved research job titles that are being used on campus. Please click on the link Pre-approved Job Titles below to view. As you select a job title, you will see the job specification, the minimum qualifications, FLSA status, paygrade and salary range. There are some job titles that have no job specifications, however, these titles may be listed as non-pay plan job titles. If you want to see more job titles, click on the Job Specs link below, as well as, the Pay Salaries link to see what paygrades/salary ranges are associated with the job titles.
If you have questions about the process, contact our team at email@example.com.
What To Do To Avoid Application Delays
(1) CONTACT the sponsor-funded liaison, Tineke Battle, prior to identifying a job title and specific duties/responsibilities.
(2) Review sponsor funded pre-approved job titles and job specifications.
(3) COMMUNICATE with the HRAC Representative for your college and/or department for APPROVAL.
(4) COMPLETE and submit the electronic sponsor funded form.
(5) ATTACH an organizational chart after completing the electronic form and submit the attachment via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reasons That Delay Your Sponsor-Funded Position
- Incorrect job titles
- Not establishing the appropriate duties and responsibilities for selected job titles
- Inaccurate salary range or paygrade of specific job title
- Non-submission of previous PRF for incumbents being reclassified
- Non-submission of PRF Supplement form or resume for incumbents being reclassified
- Incorrect department budget number and/or speedtype
Position Review (Short Form) For The Sponsor Funded Process
The following guidelines provide the general steps and timeline process for hiring into sponsor-funded research positions (positions paid from grants). To aid the hiring into these positions, these steps should be followed with the understanding that some colleges and departments may have additional steps for the hiring process. Included below is a process for obtaining multiple position numbers when a unit anticipates hiring a number of persons into the same position title (for example, postdoc research associate).
Pre-Approved Job Titles
* These are Non-pay plan titles, which means they are not assigned to a pay structure.
Some of the job titles do not have a job spec, however, please see your HR Officer for further assistance or contact the Sponsor Funded Liaison – Tineke Battle for assistance.
If you are searching for the right talent to fill a vacancy, Panther Temps is here to help you. Panther Temps is an in-house temporary staffing agency administered by the Georgia State Human Resources Employment Office. Panther Temps can provide staffing support services in a timely, cost-effective and stress-free manner. Become part of our Panther Temps program today.
Panther Temp Opportunities for…
- Customer Service
- Human Resources
- Management Professional
- Technical Support
We handle everything so you don’t have to. From hiring and orientation to testing and payroll, we do it all, saving you time, money and the hassle of recruiting on your own. Let us take care of it all for you.
We build and maintain a diverse group of workers through active recruiting and marketing. Our database includes former and current Panther Temps and Georgia State alumni as well as other professionals outside the university who have proven they are dependable, professional and conscientious.
Once the Temporary Job Order Request Form has been received, a search to meet departmental needs is activated. This includes:
- Contacting potential temps, describing position and pay rate, and confirming availability for assignment
- Scheduling an initial meeting with the hiring manager
Frequently Asked Questions
What would deem me ineligible from becoming part of the Panther Temps applicant pool?
If you are ineligible for employment with Georgia State University as a regular employee, you are not eligible to work as a Panther Temp.
What should I expect after my interview?
Once a candidate has successfully completed his/her interview, skills demonstration, and a criminal and credit background check has been returned, the candidate is now considered “Active.” Candidates deemed ineligible will be notified either by e-mail or U.S. Postal Services.
All assignments through the Panther Temps Program are temporary; the Panther Temps Office cannot guarantee continuous work assignments or regular classified employment at the end of any temporary employment period. Panther Temps assignments are on a need basis and continue at the discretion of the hiring manager. Applicants are chosen for assignments based on the request of the department and the skills, knowledge and availability of the Panther Temps. The Panther Temps Program Specialist will contact applicants if there is a match for an assignment.
Panther Temps assignments do not guarantee full-time or regular employment with Georgia State University. A Panther Temps must apply for any positions of interest as a regular applicant by submitting requested materials to the Employment Office through PPRTS, the online applicant tracking system. Panther Temps employees are not regular employees of Georgia State University and are, therefore, not eligible to accrue vacation or sick leave, participate in benefits programs, and are not eligible to apply for positions posted as “internal only.”
What do I do if I’m not happy on my current assignment?
If you are not happy on your current assignment, please call the Panther Temps office to discuss alternatives. Panther Temps are discouraged from “walking off” an assignment. If the conditions are unbearable, immediately contact the Panther Temps office at (404)-413-3270.
What are the benefits of working through Panther Temps?
Although Panther Temps does not allow temporary employees to take advantage of benefits, like health insurance or paid time off, it does offer many other benefits. As a Panther Temps, you gain University experience that has enabled many temporary employees to obtain regular employment within the University. Panther Temps also have the benefit of working in a wide variety of departments while gaining extensive and diverse knowledge of the University.
May I interview for regular employment while on assignment?
Yes. You may interview for regular employment positions.
Are Panther Temps ever offered temporary-to-permanent assignments?
Since Panther Temps is not the traditional external temporary agency, things work a little differently. Panther Temps assignments are never temp-to-perm; however, many Panther Temps are often selected for the regular position after applying, interviewing and proving themselves to be the most qualified candidate through the application process.
Student and Graduate Workers
Students are encouraged to visit University Career Services (270 University Center) and attend a 30-minute orientation to:
- Find out what programs and services are available to them
- Be presented with an overview of the use of Panther Career Net
- Become activated as a Panther Career Net participant
People interested in graduate assistantships should contact the department and/or dean’s office directly for available opportunities.
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