COVID-19 update

Applicants and new hires will be affected by current hiring slowdown and furlough programs.

For more information, please see our FAQs.

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FAQs: UArizona hiring during COVID-19

The University of Arizona has implemented a temporary change to hiring practices extending through July 31, 2020

Review of applications has been placed on hold until July 31, 2020. At that time, normal review processes should be reinstated. Some candidate applications may be exempt from the temporary changes if the hiring team has received a waiver to continue the recruitment process. You may reach out to the contact listed in the posting if you have questions about application review. Please be advised that the end date for these temporary hiring changes may be adjusted according to developing circumstances.

Some positions have received a recruitment waiver and are continuing their search processes. These positions are exempt from the temporary change and will continue operating under normal recruitment procedures.

Scheduled interviews will be placed on hold until July 31, 2020. The hiring department will reach out to you discuss the specific recruitment plans moving forward.

If you have already signed an offer letter, you are expected to start as scheduled. However, you must begin your assignment remotely until further notice. Please connect with your hiring supervisor for more information.

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires certain employers to provide their employees with Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. These provisions are in place from April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.

For more infomration, view the Department of Labor's poster (PDF).

You may reach out to the department contact listed in the posting to which you applied or you may call applicant support at (520) 621-7704.

FAQs: Furlough and Furlough-Based Salary Programs

As a cost-saving measure related to the impact of COVID-19, Furlough and Furlough-Based Salary Programs have been approved by the Arizona Board of Regents. To learn more about these programs, and whether a position is affected, please visit hr.arizona.edu/FY-2020-2021-Furlough-Program.

Yes. Most new employees hired after July 1, 2020, and during the program participation dates will be required to participate in the programs on a pro-rated basis. All new hires subject to the programs will be notified in accordance with adopted Furlough and Furlough-Based Salary Programs’ guidelines and will be required to comply with all measures.

Yes. Positions not affected by these programs include: Positions with a gross annualized pay of less than $44,500, student positions, graduate teaching and research assistant and associate positions, postdoctoral positions serving under the Conditions of Postdoctoral Service (UHAP Chapter 12), positions with employees on an H-1B visa, and positions that are 100% grant funded.

Yes. If your position is not exempt from the program, you still have to comply.

FAQs for Applicants

If you have trouble accessing these drop-down answers, please contact us at talent@email.arizona.edu.

Current UArizona Employees: All employees automatically have a profile created within the University of Arizona’s internal applicant portal. Access this internal applicant portal here, log in with your NetID, then click on the “Career Center” tile.

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here and click the “Create Profile” tab located on the top right-hand corner.

Current UArizona Employees: All employees automatically have a profile created within the University of Arizona’s internal applicant portal. This is based on your current official employee contact information. You may edit any contact information with the exception of your first name, last name, and email address.

Access this internal applicant portal here, log in with your NetID, click on the “Career Center” tile, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. Once you have made your updates, the system will automatically transfer the information to your applications.

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here, log in, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. Once you have made your updates, the system will automatically transfer the information to your applications.

Current UArizona Employees: Employees access the internal applicant portal via their NetID. If you are having trouble with your NetID, please contact 24/7 IT Support at (520) 626-TECH (8324).

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here and attempt to sign in. Under the profile sign-in page, click the link for “Forgot password or need to create a password” and follow the system prompts.

For compliance purposes, the system does not allow applicants to edit their original documents submitted with the application. If you are invited to interview, you may bring an updated paper copy.

Current UArizona Employees: Access this internal applicant portal here, log in with your NetID, click on the “Career Center” tile, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. There you can see a list of all your applications and their statuses.

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here, log in, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. There you can see a list of all your applications and their statuses.

References and their contact information will be requested in the later stages of the recruitment process. The hiring committee will reach out to you via email and/or phone to request this information.

All positions are open until filled unless designated as otherwise. You may submit an application at any time for all open positions. All UArizona positions are open for a minimum of seven calendar days and never close on a weekend or UArizona designated holiday.  

All positions posted on our applicant portals are open and accepting applications.

All postings include a department contact name, email address, and/or phone number. This contact information is listed within the Position Details section of each individual posting.

The listed contact typically works in the hiring department and can answer any questions pertaining to the position details.

If a posting is cancelled, it means the department has elected to not make a hire. The department may choose to post the position at a later date and you may apply again at that time.

If a position no longer appears in your job search, then it has been closed, canceled, or filled by the department.

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