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TES FINANCIAL TEMPS SERVICE GUIDELINES Offered by Temporary Employment Services, a Division of Human Resources
 

Summary: TES FINANCIAL TEMPS SERVICE GUIDELINES
Offered by Temporary Employment Services, a Division of Human Resources
Purpose
The purpose of the TES Financial Temps Service is to provide UCSD departments with temporary staff
who are trained and authorized as users of UCSD's financial systems. This service was developed in order
to provide departments with temporary staffing assistance during peak work periods, position vacancies, or
when leaves of absence occur, such as a medical leave.
Conditions of Placements
Financial Temps will be available to work in a department for up to 60 calendar days. Departments must
specify the requested length of assignment, and should expect to be held to that commitment by TES. All
Financial Temps appointments are deemed urgent and important by the hiring department. Therefore,
extensions may not be granted unless there are no pending orders for the Financial Temps Service. If there
are pending orders from other departments for the Financial Temps Service, extensions beyond the initially
agreed-upon period will not be granted. Prior to the end of a Financial Temp assignment, the employing
department will be given a one-week notice in order for the Financial Temp to close the assignment.
Upon receipt of an assignment and prior to the assignment start date, the TES office will provide a
Financial Temps profile to the department. The Financial Temps profile is a summary of the Financial
Temp's skills and experience and will be given to the department in lieu of an interview.
Since the Financial Temps are employed on a 100% career basis, they will need to work full-time in order
to maintain benefits and full pay. Departments requesting the Financial Temps Service must agree to have

  

Source: Abagyan, Ruben - School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California at San Diego

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine