In accordance with the UNF-UFF Collective Bargaining Agreement (July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2017) article 9 which establishes the creation of departmental guidelines (see CBA for full language):
ARTICLE 9 GUIDELINES FOR APPLICATION OF UNIVERSITY CRITERIA 9.1
The contents of this Article apply to the development of guidelines by departments and the library (i.e., the "unit") that may be used when applying University Criteria governing annual performance evaluations, tenure (where applicable), and promotions to faculty members who are subject to this Agreement. With the exception of Article IV of University of North Florida Thomas G. Carpenter Library Bylaws: Articles Governing Terms and Conditions of Employment of Library Faculty, approved on March 28, 2007, as modified and incorporated in this Agreement as Appendix H which shall govern evaluation procedures for librarians until evaluation procedures specific to librarians are included in Article 18, all previously approved bylaws relating to wages, hours, or terms and conditions of employment, including the previous Appendix H Model Performance Evaluation By-Law, are deemed null and void.
The process for approval and promulgation of Guidelines (see article 9.7 for complete process):
The Provost will review the guidelines to ensure they do not delete from, conflict with, or change in any substantive manner, the University Criteria and that they are consistent with the provisions of this Agreement and with the mission and goals of the department and of the University. Upon acceptance and promulgation by the Provost, the guidelines shall thereafter be used by the chair/supervisor(s) in applying the University Criteria.
|Philosophy and Religious Studies
||Tenure and Promotion to Associate
|Political Science and Public Administration
||Promotion and Tenure
||Tenure, Promotion-all levels , Evaluation
|Economics and Geography
||Tenure and Promotion,
|Foundations and Secondary Ed
||Evaluation, Promotion and Tenure
Tentatively Approved Guidelines (until ratification)
If the department is using Article 18: Performance Evaluation from the Collective Bargaining Agreement, candidates for promotion can access it here: CBA Article 18 Performance Evaluation