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Launch of the University Operations Annual Staff Achievement Awards Program

Jun 2nd, 2015 | Posted In : Awards,News,Uncategorized

The annual University Operations Staff Achievement Awards Program is being introduced to recognize exceptional staff contributions to the success of the unit, the portfolio and the University. The program provides us with another opportunity to thank staff for the valuable work performed throughout the year.

Any University Operations employee in good standing is eligible to receive these awards. Temporary employees, students, and faculty are not eligible for consideration.

Selection of the recipients will be based on the information provided as part of the nomination process.

Three types of achievement-based awards will be presented in late summer 2015:

 Outstanding Individual Employee Award

Presented to an individual staff member (regardless of length of service) involved in any area of staff work who has made outstanding contributions that go beyond the ordinary fulfillment of the position’s duties. (number of awards to be determined annually, but no more than 10 each year)

Distinguished Service Award

Presented to an employee with more than 15 years of service at the University who has made outstanding contributions that go beyond the ordinary fulfillment of the position’s duties(number of awards to be determined annually, no cap)

 Outstanding Staff Team Award

Presented to two or more staff members who function as a team and who have taken on time-limited projects (as applicable)

 

DEADLINE IS JULY 1, 2015

How to nominate someone:

  • A link to an online nomination tool will be sent to all staff with email.
  • You can print the nomination package, complete it manually and send the finished package to Elizabeth Cragg at 114A Simcoe Hall  Nomination Package for printing

For further information, please continue to:   Full University Operations Staff Achievement Awards Package

If you have any questions, contact Elizabeth Cragg at Elizabeth.cragg@utoronto.ca or 416-978-4900.