Assignment of Repsonibilities
ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES
Purpose: To describe principles and considerations governing assignment of professional responsibilities for employees.
6. Place of Employment.
- (A) Principal. Each employee shall be assigned one principal place of
employment, as stated in the initial letter of offer. Where possible, an employee shall be
at least nine (9) months notice of a change in principal place of employment. The employee
shall be granted, upon written request, a conference with the person responsible for making
the change to express concerns regarding such change. Voluntary changes and available new
positions within the department shall be considered prior to involuntary changes.
(B) Secondary. Each employee, where possible, shall be given at least ninety (90) days written
notice of assignment to a secondary place of employment, more than fifteen (15) miles from
the employee’s principal place of employment. The employee shall be granted, upon written
request, a conference with the person responsible for making the change to express concerns
regarding such change. If the assignment to a secondary place of employment is made within a
regular full-time appointment, the supervisor shall make an appropriate adjustment in the
assignment in recognition of time spent traveling to a secondary place of employment. Necessary
travel expenses, including overnight lodging and meals for all assignments not at the employees’
principal place of employment shall be paid at the State rate and in accordance with the
applicable provisions of State law. In the event the BOT establishes a new campus, center
or similar worksite, either party may request that the provisions of this Policy may be
reopened for further bargaining.
(see: pg 58 of Collective Bargaining Agreement)