CHRS Recruiting: The System is LIVE!

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CHRS: Common Human Resources System

CHRS Recruiting: The new system for faculty and staff recruiting being implemented throughout the CSU

We are pleased to announce that the CHRS Recruiting system is now live and ready for use. Log into one.SJSU and search for CHRS Recruiting. Click the tile to begin using the system. If you will work regularly in the system, we recommend making it a favorite.

The new system will be used for Tenured, Tenure-Track, and Full- and Part-Time Temporary Faculty recruitments, as well as all Staff & MPP recruitments. For more information visit the CHRS Recruiting webpage. Find FAQs, system overviews, training information, documentation, and more.

Finding Open Jobs

–Current staff and faculty looking for other positions on campus can visit Careers and click Current Employees to view the Employee Jobs Portal. If you are not already logged into your SJSUOne account, you will be prompted to log in. This portal shows all jobs, including those posted only for SJSU employees.

–External applicants looking for jobs can visit Careers and click Applicants to view open jobs.

Open Labs

–Open Labs will be held via Zoom from July 9 through July 31; additional labs will be announced for August.

–These labs are intended to provide one-on-one assistance with the various functions in the new system.

Information on how to log into the Zoom sessions – You must be logged into your SJSU email account to view this document.

–Please note, when you log into the Zoom session you will be placed in a waiting room until a member of the CHRS Recruiting team is available to assist you.

Additional Help

–If you are not able to attend a Zoom Open Lab or would prefer to get assistance via email, contact the CHRS Recruiting support team at hr-info-systems@sjsu.edu.

–If you have questions about training, documentation, the information on the web, or other general questions about the project, please email chrs@sjsu.edu.

CHRS Recruiting: User Guides, Job Aids, and Open Labs

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CHRS: Common Human Resources System

CHRS Recruiting: The new system for faculty and staff recruiting being implemented throughout the CSU

We are less than 24 hours from turning on the new recruiting system for faculty and staff, CHRS Recruiting. The new system will be used for all Tenured, Tenure-Track, and Full- and Part-Time Temporary Faculty recruitments, as well as all Staff & MPP recruitments.

An email will be sent tomorrow (Wednesday, July 8) when the system is ready for use.

Web Updates
In preparation for the new system coming online tomorrow, the CHRS Recruiting webpage has been updated. User guides and job aids, as well as system overviews, have been posted. In addition, you will find information about training, security, and how to get help. Pages in the UP Process Toolkit related to recruitment have also been updated.

Open Labs
Beginning Thursday, July 9, and running daily through July 31 (Monday-Friday), the CHRS Recruiting team will host Open Labs to support our users during the transition to the new system. These Open Labs will be held via Zoom and are intended to provide one-on-one assistance with the various functions in the new system.

Information on how to log into the Zoom sessions – You must be logged into your SJSU email account to view this document.

–Please note, when you log into the Zoom session you will be placed in a waiting room until a member of the CHRS Recruiting team is available to assist you.

Email Help

–If you are not able to attend a Zoom Open Lab or would prefer to get assistance via email, contact the CHRS Recruiting support team at hr-info-systems@sjsu.edu.

–If you have questions about training, documentation, the information on the web, or other general questions about the project, please email chrs@sjsu.edu.

CHRS Recruiting: Frequently Asked Questions

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We recently updated the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section of the CHRS Recruiting webpage. We encourage you to review this information prior to the July 8, 2020 go-live of the new recruiting system for faculty and staff.

One of the questions we get regularly is, “What does CHRS stand for?”

CHRS stands for Common Human Resources System. In the next few years, all functions currently managed in SJSU @ Work (PeopleSoft HR) will be merged into one consolidated systemwide HR database, CHRS. CHRS Recruiting is the first module of the consolidated system to be implemented.

If you have additional questions, please submit them via email to chrs@sjsu.edu.

CHRS Recruiting Full System Overview Posted

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We recently held a full system overview for Hiring Managers, Department Chairs, and our College and HR Contacts. The video is now posted for all employees. In addition, the slides used during the presentation are also available. The link to this information is below and can also be found on the CHRS Recruiting Training webpage.

Click here to access the video and slides. Please note, you must be logged into your SJSU email to view this information.

The video includes detailed information about the new recruiting system for faculty and staff. Topics include: why we’re implementing the new software, when the new system will be available for use, in-depth demonstrations of system functionality, and information on training, support, and security.

After you review the video and/or the slides, please take a few minutes to complete the CHRS Recruitment: Change Readiness Assessment. This will help the Change Management team with future communication and change management initiatives.

If you have any questions regarding the CHRS Recruiting project, please email chrs@sjsu.edu. You can also review the CHRS Recruiting webpage for additional information.

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