Hiring

Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct faculty are temporary or casual employees that receive a set amount of pay over a specified period of time for teaching.

Adjunct faculty are not eligible for benefits.  The following forms are required before the BSC can establish a job record:

Please allow sufficient lead time for all forms to be completed to ensure no delay in the first day of work (refer to the New Employee Checklist for recommended completion dates).  The appointee may access Wise to sign up for Direct Deposit.

Adjunct Hourly

Adjunct hourly employees are temporary or casual employees paid on an hourly basis and enter hours worked into Wise (Web Time Entry) for approval by the supervisor and in order to be paid.

Adjunct hourly employees are not eligible for benefits.  The following forms are required before the BSC can establish a job record:

Please allow sufficient lead time for all forms to be completed to ensure no delay in the first day of work (refer to the New Employee Checklist for recommended completion dates). The appointee may access Wise to sign up for Direct Deposit.

Adjunct Stipend

Adjunct stipend employees are temporary or casual employees that receive a set amount of pay over a specified period of time.

Adjunct stipend employees are not eligible for benefits.  The following forms are required before the BSC can establish a job record:

Please allow sufficient lead time for all forms to be completed to ensure no delay in the first day of work (refer to the New Employee Checklist for recommended completion dates). The appointee may access Wise to sign up for Direct Deposit.

Postdoctoral Appointments

Postdoctoral appointees are pre-professionals who hold the Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent degree and come to the University for a limited period under the guidance of a University of New Hampshire faculty mentor to further their professional development by engaging in independent or original research or teaching, or an advanced training program.

Refer to the UNH policy on postdoctoral appointments for further information.  The following forms are required before the BSC can establish a job record:

Please allow sufficient lead time for all forms to be completed to ensure no delay in the first day of work (refer to the New Employee Checklist for recommended completion dates). The appointee may access Wise to sign up for Direct Deposit.

Research & Teaching Assistants

Graduate appointments are made to post-baccalaureate students who have been regularly or provisionally admitted to the Graduate School and who have been recommended by the appropriate department or program and approved for appointment by the Graduate School.

Teaching Assistant allocations are determined annually during budget prep meetings.  Research assistants are supported for a minimum of one semester, including stipend, tuition, and health insurance.  Refer to the Grad School policy for more information regarding graduate appointments.  The following forms are required before the BSC can establish a job record:

Please allow sufficient lead time for all forms to be completed to ensure no delay in the first day of work (refer to the New Employee Checklist for recommended completion dates).  The student may access Wise to sign up for Direct Deposit.

Student Hourly

Students paid on an hourly basis, including college work-study, enter hours worked into WISE (Web Time Entry) for approval by the supervisor and in order to be paid.

 Hourly students are not eligible for benefits.  The following forms are required before the BSC can establish a job record:

Please allow sufficient lead time for all forms to be completed to ensure no delay in the student's first day of work (refer to the New Employee Checklist for recommended completion dates).  The student may access Wise to sign up for Direct Deposit.

Tenure & Non-Tenure Track Faculty

Please consult the Provost's faculty search manual for details on recruiting and hiring tenure and non-tenure track faculty.