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Announcing New Designated Campus Colleague (DCC) Types

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Thanks to the work of a University project team, managing appointments for many Designated Campus Colleagues (DCC) is now much easier. The project team focused on two deliverables. The first was a streamlined approach to managing departmental interns and those who serve as intermittent and occasional volunteers. The second was a set of guidelines that facilitate appointments for physicians who serve the College of Medicine-Phoenix while employed by other organizations. Four new DCC roles have been created:  Intermittent and Occasional Volunteers, University Interns, Affiliate Partners, and Associate Partners. An additional category of Departmental Intern will be available shortly.  Descriptions for the new DCC types are provided below and these are followed by links to available resources.

Intermittent and Occasional Volunteers (IOVs)
Intermittent Occasional Volunteers (IOV) are Designated Campus Colleagues (DCC's) who serve as docents or support special events, cultural activities and other University sponsored programs.  IOV relationships are established for individuals who do not:

·         Require access to University systems and services including NetIDs and CatCards

·         Interact with non-enrolled minors

·         Perform security sensitive duties and/or require specialized University training

·         Work with or have access to export-controlled technical data, information, materials and equipment

Affiliate/Associate Partners
Individuals who directly contribute service to the academic or research mission of the University, and have a defined leadership role codified in a contract that includes supervising University employees, leading blocks, or conducting research on the University’s behalf.

·         Affiliate Partners unlike Associate Partners have assignments covered by an agreement affording contractual affiliate status to their organization by the Office of the Provost.

·         This category has been established primarily for the College of Medicine-Phoenix as it forges partnerships with other health care providers. 

Interns – U A

University, college or high school students who are participating in an unpaid, structured learning experience in a work setting at the University. 

·         This category was previously limited to high school students; however, the description has been revised to include university and college student eligibility.

·         The name has also been changed to reflect a distinction between U  A and Department Interns.

·         Individuals in this DCC type require a NetID to access systems and services and/or enroll in specialized training.  They may work with export controlled data and/or perform security sensitive duties.

Interns – Department Coming Soon!
Postsecondary or high school students who are participating in an unpaid, structured learning experience in a work setting at the University who do not:

·         Require access to University systems and services including NetIDs and CatCards

·         Interact with non-enrolled minors

·         Perform security sensitive duties and/or require specialized University training

·         Work with or have access to export-controlled technical data, information, materials and equipment

DCC Information and Resources
Detailed and quick reference resources are available at:

Detailed Information: http://hr.arizona.edu/employees-affiliates/affiliates

Quick Reference Links:  http://syscon.arizona.edu/uaccess-resources/dcc

 

DCC Self Service Guides
New self-service guides are available to assist DCCs establish their official University status within the UAccess Employee system.

DCC Quick Reference Guide:  http://syscon.arizona.edu/sites/default/files/DCC_Quick_Reference_Self_Service_Guide.pdf

DCC (Detailed) Self Service Guide:  http://syscon.arizona.edu/sites/default/files/DCC_Self_Service_Guide_0.pdf

 

Project Team Members

PRis Cantu, Director, Systems Control

Gina Harms, Human Resources Consultant

Shannon Hartsuck, Assistant Director, Human Resources Consulting Services and Talent Management

Pamela Jones, Director, Human Resources, University of Arizona Health Sciences

Matthew Lester, Deputy Dean, Finance and Administration, College of Medicine-Phoenix

Patricia Markel, Executive Director, Faculty Affairs, College of Medicine-Tucson

Leslie Porter, Senior Director, Human Resources Consulting and Talent Management

Marilyn Taylor, Senior Assistant Vice President for Finance and Administration, Office of Academic Affairs

Allison Vaillancourt, Vice President, Human Resources & Institutional Effectiveness

Gary Windham, Senior Enterprise Systems Architect, Computing Infrastructure Services, University Information & Technology Services