Professional and Scientific

Professional & Scientific (P&S) staff assist in the formation
and administration of policy and aid in the execution of academic,
student and administrative services as required for University operations. Professional and Scientific employees are represented by the P&S Council.

Employee Resources

P&S Compensation & Classification

HRS assists supervisors and employees in establishing new positions and reviewing existing positions for appropriate classification within the Professional & Scientific system. HRS staff also approves and processes changes to compensation for P&S staff such as merit increases, reclassification or promotional increases, special compensation and other salary adjustments. They also participate in and conduct salary surveys and analyze information to support compensation decisions.


General UNI Resources





BENEFITS

 
Health & Dental Benefits
Health, dental, vision coverage

 
Financial Security Benefits
Life insurance, long term disability, retirement protection plan, will preparation

 
Retirement Benefits
Retirement plans, supplemental retirement annuities, retiring from UNI

 
Disability Services
Information for faculty, staff, and
visitors, how to request an accommodation

 
Flexible Spending Accounts
Medical, dental, and dependent care reimbursement accounts

 
Paid/Unpaid Time Off
Holidays, sick leave, vacation, leaves
of absence, catastrophic leave donations, FMLA

 
Life Events
Benefit changes as a result of marriage, birth of child, retirement,
etc.

 
Education Benefits
Tuition reimbursement

 
Workers' Compensation
Injuries that occur while on the job

 
Additional Benefits
Employee Assistance Program,
direct deposit, wellness services, fringe benefits rates

 
Complete Benefits List
Full list of benefits available by employee type, benefit provider websites, benefit forms

 
Latest News
Announcements on benefits, employment resources, training and development, PAF system, etc.

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Date Updated: March 4, 2014