The Employment & Talent Acquisition team is committed to the recruitment of highly qualified and diverse staff. The recruitment process at Stanislaus State incorporates all federal and state regulations, CSU collective bargaining agreements, CSU system policies, and university policies. Services are also provided to assist managers in meeting their short-term or emergency staffing needs. For assistance, please contact the Employment & Talent Acquisition team.
For questions about how to use CHRS Recruiting, please visit CHRS Recruiting Training & Guides.
The goal is to attract and select the best-qualified candidates to the vacancies in accordance with applicable policies and procedures of California State University, Stanislaus.
The goal of the MPP Recruitment, Selection & Appointment Policy and Procedures is to attract and select the best-qualified candidates to MPP vacancies in accordance with applicable policies and procedures of California State University, Stanislaus.
Emergency appointments are normally used to cover a peak workload period, an extended absence, or a vacant position during recruitment. These appointments can be intermittent, full-time, or part-time. The use of emergency hires cannot substitute for thoughtful workforce planning.
Each bargaining unit has specific requirements pertaining to the maximum length of emergency/short term appointments (see table below)
Maximum duration of emergency appointment
Casual Workers are hired on a part-time, temporary, and intermittent basis to perform non-bargaining unit work that meets the “non-exempt” Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) criteria. They are paid on an hourly basis and are not eligible for benefits, sick leave, vacation leave or shift differential. Incumbents are not eligible to earn permanent status.
Updated: January 18, 2024