IMPORTANT: Only upon approval by UMD HR&EO may the
department extend a job offer to the final candidate(s).
Checklist to complete the hiring process for Temporary No Post
A number of steps and forms must be completed before hiring an individual
for Temporary No Post. Use this checklist to verify that all of these
requirements have been met. Check the boxes as you complete each step.
The Temporary No Post Job Requisition will be reviewed and approved
by Mary Cameron or UMD HR&EO Director or her designee. An email will be
sent to you whether your Temporary No Post Job Requisition has been
approved or not.
COMPLETE the online U of M
Job Requisition. Be sure to specify that it is Temporary No Post
by clicking "Recruitment Strategies."
ROUTE through the regular process within your unit and then to UMD
UMD HR/HR Pro will review and approve the online Job Requisition and
then send to HR COMP in the twin cities.
When the Job Requisition comes back to UMD HR&EO Employment Team from
the twin cities, it is entered as DIRECT HIRE so it does not post on
The UMD HR&EO Employment Team will send an email to the hiring department
specifying a QUICK LINK to the online Job Requisition.
Have the candidate COPY and PASTE the QUICK LINK to their
browser. It will take the candidate to the Job Requisition where the
application can be submitted.
The UMD HR&EO Employment Team will screen the online application form
and advise the department by email or phone that the candidate meets
the essential qualifications.
Once you have made your selection of the final candidate, submit the following forms to UMD HR&EO for review and approval:
1. The signed Employment Application Release Form.
2. Final candidate’s Application Form.
3. Employment Hiring Certification Form for Final Candidate (PDF / WORD) - hiring department completes and signs this form for the final candidate.
It is the responsibility of the hiring department to verify the employment history, degree,
license and certification of the final candidate as stated on the Application Form. Employment history specified in the application
up to the last seven years of employment must be verified. Verification of degrees, certifications and licenses must be verified as noted below and under the following circumstances:
Applicant has listed graduate degree(s) and/or bachelor’sdegree(s): All graduate and bachelor’s degrees, as well as any claimed licenses or
certifications that are
relevant to the job, must be verified. No associate degrees, college attendance at institutions in which no degree was attained, high school diploma or equivalent, or licenses or certifications not related to the job will require verification.
Applicant has listed an associate degree(s) as the highest level of education: Associate degree(s) and any listed licenses or certifications relevant to the job duties will require verification. Any high school diploma or equivalent, college credits not leading to an attained degree, or licenses and certifications not related to the job will not require verification.
Applicant has listed a high school diploma or equivalent, as well as some college credits: Verification of either the high school diploma or equivalent OR thecollege attendance will be required.
Applicant has listed a high school diploma or equivalent, as well as one or more licenses or certifications: High school diploma or equivalent, along with any certifications pertaining to the job duties, will require verification. Any licenses or certifications not related to the job will not require verification.
Applicant has listed a high school diploma or equivalent only: High school diploma or equivalent will require verification.
While verifying degrees, departments must attempt toverify degrees directly from the institution. If directed to the National Student Clearinghouse, HR&EO can assist in the verification.The National Clearing house charges a minimum of $9.95 per verification.