Welcome to Careers@USF! The transition is complete to replace the application software behind Careers@USF, the program used by the university to hire new employees, facilitate department and “reports to” changes, and request new positions or reclassify existing positions. The new application will be available to you via GEMS Self-Service on Monday, March 18.
What’s so exciting about this change?
- Functionality – In addition to doing everything that the current application does, your new application will allow for future enhancements that will make your work more efficient.
- Comfortable – It’s GEMS! Your new application will look and feel the same as GEMS Self-Service, FAST and other PeopleSoft modules that you may currently be using.
- Efficient – All of your employee and applicant related information (job posting, applicants, supervisor changes, etc.) are housed in one application. In addition, all transactions are real time – you will no longer need to wait until an interface runs to access data changes.
- Streamlined – Since applicants apply to positions through GEMS, basic operations including RightStart paperwork and offer letters (future functionality) will be generated through the system.
- Support – A team of internal-process experts will be available to help you transition to the new application. You will be supported through hands-on training, job aides and help desk assistance to make this transition as smooth as possible.
Watch for upcoming updates on this project. Also, a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) have been posted and will be regularly updated throughout the transition.
If you have questions that you would like to be addressed through the FAQs, please e-mail them to: USFCareersHelp@admin.usf.edu. Your questions will be answered in upcoming communications.
- March 15, 2013: HR Service Center Information
- March 12, 2013: Information for Applicants
- March 7, 2013: Updates
- March 7, 2013: Open Labs Dates/Times
- March 6, 2013: Archiving the Past
- February 21, 2013: Employee Applications
- February 18, 2013: Training Plan
- January 29, 2013: The Transition Begins