Human Resources & Faculty Affairs
All faculty members in the Department of Medicine are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the Faculty Resources available on this site. Our aim is to provide reliable information that is essential and resourceful to faculty in the Department of Medicine.
New Hire/On-Boarding: This page provides resources that will aide the new hire / on-boarding experience.
COM Appointment Promotion & Tenure: This site provides information and should be reviewed when undergoing the appointment, promotion, and tenure process.
NESSIE is a Net-driven Employee Self-Service and Information Environment that enables University employees to view employment related information, such as benefits, policies, and training opportunities.
Dispute Resolution Services (DRS) provides confidential consultation, facilitation, and mediation services. Early intervention can resolve problems without extensive and costly investments of time, energy, morale, and money.
Faculty Handbook: The Faculty Handbook is published and maintained by the Office of Faculty Affairs. This Handbook provides a navigational aid to brief descriptions of existing policies, procedures and resources.
Medical Malpractice: Provides information on the medical professional liability self-insurance program.
Benefits: This link will direct you to NESSIE (Net-driven Employee Self Service and Information Environment). This site provides resources to help you become familiar with the benefits provided by the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Faculty with a dual appointment at the JBVA Medical Center can view VA benefits information here. Please note that appointments, benefits, and compensation from the Jesse Brown VA are mutually exclusive from the University of Illinois.
UIC Job Board will direct you to the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Human Resources employment website. This site allows viewers to review job openings for various vacancies.
Department of Medicine Faculty Advancement Committee is dedicated to reviewing the progress and development of all junior faculty members in the Department of Medicine. The review process is meant to be a positive experience, designed to ensure that all faculty in the department are making good progress towards promotion and tenure.
Diversity Resources provides a listing of UIC programs and committees dedicated to diversity at the University of Illinois at Chicago.