General officers with contract appointments are all persons who receive salaries from university scholarships, contracts and trust funds and who work under the supervision of an employee of Queen`s University. The dates of the contract are both a start date and an end date, from which there is no obligation of employment on the part of the university. To be considered a general staff, research grants and contract workers must work at least 14 hours per week for a period of at least four months. These individuals are appointed by employment contracts approved by the Senior Auditor (IP) and by department heads, directors or deans. A continuous appointment is one where no end date is specified. Individuals are appointed to other positions through the human resources department. Contract appointments are limited to managerial and senior professional (MSP) and professional and support staff (PSS) positions and must be settled by open recruitment, campus-only recruitment or recruitment waiver. Contract dates should not end with non-recruitment. A contract deadline is a position that lasts at a fixed or variable percentage of time for a maximum of four (4) years.
In addition, the following terms mean: The appointment contract means that the designated purchaser futures contract for the revification of the participating NCC1 was entered into between the issuer and the designated purchaser on or around the date. The deadline from which there is no employment obligation on the part of the university is an indication of an end date. Normally, a term of four months to a year lasts, although such an appointment may take longer. Any job that exceeds the specified end date must be indicated in a revised letter of appointment, either extending the first order or setting the terms of a new appointment. Individuals are appointed for mandates through the human resources department. A specialized continuation mode is called the continuity period.