Position Descriptions are one of the key documents used in Human Resources to classify jobs, clarify expectations and requirements, as well as communicate responsibilities and duties of a job.
Current Position Descriptions are required to be updated when a position is being filled, a job posting is developed, and for promotions. Position Descriptions should also be updated when there is a considerable change in scope or responsibilities.
The following templates are available for customization to specific positions as appropriate:
Blank Position Description
Staff Administrator I
Administrative Support/Secretarial II
Staff Administrator II
Associate Coordinator I
Staff Administrator III
Associate Coordinator I...
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Electronic Time Reports
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Q: What does the Lab mean when it talks about Diversity?
A: Diversity is more than race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, physical or mental disability, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or status as a veteran. Diversity also encompasses a wide variety of other differences, including work experience, parental status, educational background, geographic location, and much more. Managing diversity means actively promoting community and comfort at JLab.
Q: What is the difference between Affirmative Action (AA) and Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)?
A: As a Federal Contractor, we are required to have an Affirmative Action Program to support the recruitment and advancement of qualified minorities, women, persons with disabilities and covered veterans. Examples include training programs, outreach e...
Increase awareness of diversity and inclusion to support leadership in maximizing contributions of all
Improve understanding of how diversity and inclusion affect mission accomplishment
Remove potential roadblocks to diversity and inclusion in hiring, promotion, physical environment, professional development
Our program was conceived by a diverse group of people who are committed to an inclusive work environment where differing perspectives, opinions and contributions are valued. All levels of the organization realize that for JLab to remain a leading scientific organization, diversity must be a core element for success.
Our program applies to all employment practices, including recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, merit increase, salary, training and development, demotion and separation.
Partnership established with TNCC to participate in the STEM program. Two students completed internships with JLab as a result of this partnership.
Established first JLab Co-Op Cohort with colleges/universities - six undergraduate engineering students have participated over the past two years. Two thirds of them were female; one of whom participated twice. This program coincided with the kick-off of a formal Mentoring Program that provided training and support for each student's mentor. Click on picture to view an interview with a Co-Op Mentor.
Launched JLab participation in the University of Chicago's Strategic Laboratory Leadership Program (SLLP) and identified ten employees for our first two cohorts. Three of the ten were female.
Attended a record number of job fairs (at college cam...
Performance Appraisals Forms and Rating Standards
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Employee Concerns Website (ECP)
Workplace Harassment and Violence Policy
Conflict of Interest and Outside Business Activities
JLab Employee Excellence Program
Supervisor Quarterly Bulletin
Matrixed staffing process
Matrixed staffing quick reference
Foreign Workers and Social Security Numbers
Social Security Numbers are used to report wages to the government. Social Security numbers can be assigned to foreign workers who are authorized to work in the United States. Information regarding application, forms, etc. can be found at the following url:
The Social Security Administration now requires that information submitted by international students and exchange visitors be verified by the Department of Homeland Security before issuing a Social Security Number.
If SS Office can verify documents on-line immediately with INS, the time for receipt of a SS# is the normal 2 weeks.
If SS Office cannot verify documents on-line, after a waiting period of 10 days, copies of the documents are sent to the INS for verification. This can t...