ROME System Training Part 1: Advert Creation and Placement
Any member of UCL Staff who is required to advertise vacancies on behalf of their department.
There are no pre-requisites.
Prior to attending the training, you must have read the UCL Recruitment and Selection Policy
To access the ROME system you will first need to register at: www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/rome/getting_access
The UCL Online Recruitment system uses innovative, best practice recruitment tools to support the Provost's vision of UCL becoming a modern outward looking world-class University.
It streamlines business processes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the recruitment function and provides statistical reporting tools that will enhance workforce decision making and equal opportunities monitoring.
This session will take you through how to create and submit advertisements for placement on the UCL website and in other publications/websites.
NOTE: if you require training on how to record the shortlisting, candidate progression and invite for interviews via the system, please book yourself on the Rome Part 2 session.
Anticipated Learning Outcomes:
In order to manage performance effectively at UCL you will gain a fuller understanding of how to apply HR policies and procedures, including:
UCL Management Competencies addressed:
Date and time:
|18 June 2013||1100 - 1300||B15 (Media Resources Training Room)|
|15 July 2013||1100 - 1300||B15 (Media Resources Training Room)|
|21 August 2013||1100 - 1300||B15 (Media Resources Training Room)|
|17 September 2013||1100 - 1300||B15 (Media Resources Training Room)|
Helen Brown, HR Administrative Process Manager, UCL
Clara Ferrer-Lopez, Senior HR Process Administrator, UCL
Lisa Kiely, Senior HR Process Administrator, UCL
Jonathan Wasse, Senior HR Process Administrator, UCL
How to Book: Booking Form
OSD Course Contact: Ed Drinkwater
UCL policy requires that all members of interview panels to have received training in fair recruitment. This requirement is met by attending the Recruitment and Selection HR Policy Briefing