Onboarding New Academic Employees
For title series such as: Cooperative Extension Advisor, Specialist in Cooperative Extension, Project e.g. Scientist, Academic Coordinator, Academic Administrator, Specialist, Professional Research, etc.
CONGRATULATIONS & WELCOME TO UC ANR!!
Employee Onboarding Paperwork
An Academic HR representative will contact the new academic employee and supervisor to communicate instructions for the onboarding meeting several weeks prior to the hire date.
On or before the first day of work, the new academic employee and supervisor are expected to complete the required employee paperwork and discuss new employee information.
For other types:
Required, applicable forms and checklists to complete your onboarding.
Requirements for Onboarding
If the below requirements apply to your position, please visit the links for more information.
- Background Check & Fingerprinting: Some academic appointments are contingent upon a cleared background check and fingerprinting.
- CANRA (Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act): Some positions require academics to act as a mandated reporter. Mandated Reporters are required to report observed or suspected child abuse or neglect while working within the course or scope of their University activities.
As a UC employee, you'll enjoy a competitive benefits package, including comprehensive health and welfare insurance plans protecting you and your family. To help you get a better understanding of the range of possible benefits for which you may be eligible, see Related Information which includes links for more details on enrolling.
If you are applying for a loan, an apartment, or a job, you may be asked to verify your employment. Your employment verifier (e.g. bank, leasing agent, or employer) may access your employment information through The Work Number website.
For further questions about employment verification, please visit the following page for more information.
The AggieCard is an official employment ID card that identifies you as a UC ANR academic and UC Davis affiliate at UC Davis and other UC campuses.
An employee may visit the following link to receive an employee ID card. The link will provide you with instructions on how to submit a request for an employee ID card. Due to Covid-19 and depending upon the location of the academic they may want to request an employment card by email. Employee ID Cards are able to be sent to off-campus department locations and are sent directly to their supervisors. Currently we are not allowed to send ID cards to personal addresses as the UC Davis employee ID Card is a legal form of ID. Instructions can be found at the bottom of the web page.
Supervisors, use the following checklist to inform new academic employees of their job duties and responsibilities as well as UC ANR's resources and culture.
Please view the available resources to you as an academic employee.