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Procedures for approving a hiring request.
For a user that has been identified as an approver for a requisition.
A BAR role is not required to be a requisition approver.
|Note: It is recommended that college level approvers select the Main and Branch Faculty employment area in order to view all of the details of the requisition. See the Selecting Your Employment Area SOP for details.|
You will receive the email below when a requisition has been submitted to you for approval.
Subject: UNMJobs Requisition Pending Approval Notification
Dear RECIPIENT.FIRST.NAME RECIPIENT.LAST.NAME:
An UNMJobs requisition has been submitted and is pending your approval. Please use the link below review the requisition. If you have questions regarding the requisition, please contact the requisition owner identified below.
Requisition ID: JOB.REQUISITION.ID
Requisition Title: JOB.TITLE
Requisition Department: JOB.OU.LOCATION.TITLE
Requisition Owner: JOB.REQUISITION.OWNER.LIST.HTML
Regards, The University of New Mexico
View Pending Requests
To view the request, click on the link in the email to be brought to UNMJobs and log in.
- Hover over Recruit and select Recruiting Approvals.
The requisition will appear in your Pending queue.
- Select requisition title to view the details of the requisition.
- To approve the hiring request, select the checkmark icon. To return the hiring request to the hiring coordinator, select the cancel icon and click Submit.
- To leave a comment, once the Approve or Deny button is selected, the down arrow icon will display. Select the down arrowicon and click Add Comment to open a comments box.
Once the requisition has been approved for denied, it will be immediately removed from your approval queue.
For questions and support concerning Main & Branch Campus Faculty contact the Office of Faculty Affairs and Services:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 505-277-4528
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Watch a short video on Approving a Requisition: