HireTouch System User Training
March 2, 2015
HireTouch System User Training will be available beginning March 9, 2015. Please contact Doug James, IT Support Analyst, at 618-650-3068 to schedule your training. Please note: If your department does not have a current Civil Service opening, you do not need to schedule training at this time.
After you have completed the System User Training and when your department is ready to begin the position approval process (Request to Hire, Position Control, and Position Description Questionnaire-PDQ) for a Civil Service opening, click HERE for next steps to gain system access.
Employee Benefits & Wellness Fair
February 27, 2015
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) is hosting the annual Employee Benefits & Wellness Fair on Thursday, April 30, 2015, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This event will be held at the SIUE Morris University Center in the Meridian Ballroom.
The Fair is attended by hundreds of SIUE employees and offers free health screenings to employees, provides health and wellness activities and informational exhibits, and promotes awareness about employee benefit programs. Many SIUE departments and local vendors will be in attendance.
Summer Camp Showcase
February 12, 2015
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) is hosting the annual Summer Camp Showcase on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This event will be held at the SIUE Morris University Center in the Meridian Ballroom. The Summer Camp Showcase provides an excellent, no-cost opportunity for local businesses and organizations to showcase their summer camps and activities for children.
Employee of the Month
February 11, 2015
Beth Weeks, Administrative Aide in the School of Education Health and Human Behavior is the recipient of the February Employee Recognition Award. Beth was nominated by Dr. Bette Bergeron, former Dean for the School of Education Health and Human Behavior and Dr. Curt Lox, Acting Dean for the School of Education Health and Human Behavior.
“I have found Beth to be an exceptional employee who is meticulous in her assignments, willing to take on new responsibilities in support of the School’s initiatives, and well respected across campus. Of particular note has been her willingness to take on responsibilities related to the School’s critical development and alumni affairs initiatives. Within these new responsibilities, Beth truly excels.”
- Dr. Bette Bergeron, Former Dean of the School of Education, Health and Human Behavior
“She has been instrumental in providing mentoring and support for the School’s newly employed staff, and effectively and professionally handles difficult constituents that call into the dean’s office. Her professionalism and attention to detail clearly enhance the image of the School and the University.
Beth has also recently assumed the responsibilities of the School’s development director. It is within these responsibilities that Beth’s talents have been most profoundly realized, and as a result she is having a clear impact on positive relationships with alumni and donors in the amount of funding raised for the School. I am very proud to have the opportunity to work with Beth Weeks, and find that she is an exceptional employee and colleague.”
- Dr. Curt Lox, Acting Dean, School of Education, Health and Human Behavior
“I would like to thank Dr. Curt Lox and former dean Dr. Bette Bergeron for the nomination as well as the kind and thoughtful words. I find my work in the Dean’s office to be challenging, yet very rewarding, and it is nice to know that it is appreciated. The wonderful staff and faculty in the School of Education Health and Human Behavior truly make my job much easier. I am thankful that I work with such great people!”
- Beth Weeks, Administrative Aide, School of Education, Health and Human Behavior
Please join us in congratulating Beth Weeks as the Employee of the Month on Thursday, February 19th at 1:00 pm in the Dean’s Conference Room located in Suite 1137 in the School of Education.
You can also send Beth a congratulatory email to email@example.com.
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