The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus performs background checks as a condition of employment and appointment. The background checks are initiated for final Candidates identified for appointments at the request of the hiring/appointing authority once such finalists are identified. The criminal history will not be provided or considered prior to making job offers. Candidates will be asked to provide personal data and sign an electronic background consent form through HireRight before the background checks are conducted. Final Candidates who fail to provide the data and authorization will not be allowed to begin work. Background checks always include review of criminal records, sex offender checks, and excluded/denied parties checks and may, for designated positions, require check of any or all of the following: civil, financial/credit, motor vehicle, and other checks. Background checks should only be requested by HR Business Partners.
The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus strives to maintain a safe and productive educational, clinical, research and employment environment. All prospective employees and current employees must, therefore, consent to and pass background checks prior to any final appointment/employment.
Click here to access the Background Check Page for information and resources on background check processing.
Resources for HireRight I-9 E-Verify processing. Information includes HireRight I-9 access, I-9 training and additional resources.
Resources for hiring Faculty. This includes Tenure Track, Non-Tenure Track, Clinical, Research and Post-Doctoral Fellows.
View the Process for Faculty Postings and Appointment Type Processes
Positions are limited to nine months of continuous employment with a four month break OR nine months of employment in any 12 month period followed by a four month break. One day worked in a month is equal to one month towards the nine month period. Temporary employees are paid on a bi-weekly/hourly basis.
Resources for hiring Professional Research Assistants (PRAs). Information includes search & hiring processes, onboarding, compensation, performance management, leave and separation.
View the Process for Professional Research Assistant (PRA) Postings and Appointment Types
A Personnel Matters Report, also known as a PMR, is a summary report of actions created by the School, College, department or administrative unit in Human Capital Management (HCM). PMRs, as delegated by the Chancellor, are required. Click "view the process" to learn more about this requirement.
View the Process for the Personnel Matters Report and Guidelines
Per APS 5054, Retirees may be hired into university staff or classified staff positions but are limited to a 9-month, 12-month or other defined project period. Central HR reviews all Retiree hire requests.
View the Process for Hiring Staff Working Retirees - PERA and ORP
Resources for hiring University Staff.
View the Process for University Staff Search and Hiring Processes
2nd level approvals are required for positions with 610/611 state funded speed types. Click "view the process" to learn more.
To authorize payments of honoraria greater than $100 to associates/other individuals. (Payments of honoraria to CU employees must be processed in HCM.) Submit Honorarium (HNR) forms to HR.Honorarium@ucdenver.edu
Name Change Requests instructions can be found here.
Need to provide proof that you’re a University of Colorado employee, or are you requesting documentation of an employee’s status? The University of Colorado uses CCC Verify for employment verification.
Visit the CCC Verify Page for instructions on how to complete an employment verification.
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