The Academic Personnel Office provides proactive problem solving for departments and divisions in situations involving work-related issues. We provide consultation and advice to supervisors and employees in the areas academic personnel issues, including performance management, corrective actions, interpretation of policies and procedures and collective bargaining agreements, conflict management, counseling, and training. Academic Personnel Office also partners with the campus’ Labor Relations office to ensure the correct application of policies, procedures and laws are being used to manage a large and diverse academic workforce.
Nick Weston-Dawkes is the Academic Employee Relations Analyst for the Academic Personnel Office. For questions or more information, Nick can be reached at 951-827-2935 or by email at Nicholas.Weston-Dawkes@ucr.edu
- Non-Senate Academics - General Information
- Academic Researchers (ARU) (RA)
- Conflict of Commitment
Graduate Student Workers (GSRs) - (ASEs) (BX)
Graduate Student Workers consist of Academic Student Employees (ASE) titles and Graduate Student Researcher (GSR) titles. Graduate Division is responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures around these titles, in coordination with Academic Personnel. ASE titles are represented by the UAW, and are subject to the BX Contract.
- BX Bargaining Unit Contract (link) for ASE titles (TA, Reader, Tutor, Associate In)
- Graduate Division Website for all Graduate Student Academic Employment (link)
Please note: GSR titles are not unionized at this time and do not follow the BX contract. See Grad Division website for policy on these titles.
Lecturers (Unit 18) (IX)
Lecturer Orientation: For information on the Unit 18 Lecturer Orientation, please contact Nicholas Weston-Dawkes, Academic Employee Relations Analyst at 951-827-2935 or at email@example.com.
- Librarians (Unit 17) (LX)
- Postdoctoral Scholars (Postdocs) (PX)
- Other Non-Senate Academics