Hiring Department Resources

The hiring of personnel at the University of North Florida is handled as follows:

  • The Office of Human Resources coordinates employment for support staff, Other Personnel Services (OPS), and student employees.
  • The Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity coordinates employment for faculty and administrative employees.

Online Application System (OASys)

The below link to the OASys hiring official site is used by hiring departments to automate the employment application process. You will use this system to:

  • Create and submit recruitment requests
  • View applications and resumes
  • Track your decisions regarding the status of each applicant

If you have never used the OASys hiring official site before, you must view the OASys tutorial before access to the OASys hiring official site will be granted.


OASys Hiring Official Site | OASys Training Resources | Online PD Module 

Quick Guides

The below quick guides facilitate the recruitment process for employees. You may wish to print these guides as you will use and refer to it throughout the recruitment process.

Search and Screen Guidelines and Policies

The below documents give specific information on the recruitment processes and policies for the various employee types.

EOD Diversity Recruitment Resource Guide

The above link is a comprehensive, up-to-date, compilation of career- and diversity-oriented publications, job boards and websites. It is designed to provide hiring officials and search committees with an inclusive tool for identifying resources that can assist them with targeted recruitment efforts.

 EOD Legal Reminders and Recommendations

The above link contains information about EOD’s Affirmative Action Plan, the Sunshine Law, the American Disability Act, Do’s and Don’ts of Lawful Interviewing, and Selection Recommendations.

Additional Recruitment Sources

The above link provides a list of recruitment sources that will prove helpful in yielding a diverse candidate pool.


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