SiP System System

SiP System

System overview

The Service in Partnership system (SiP) is a workflow tool used by departments, Finance and Human Resources to support employment contract administration including: new contract requests; changes to appointments; leavers; leave of absence; and one off payments

Launch SiP System

Live system
» SiP System Live site
User acceptance testing system
» SiP System UAT site

Basic Details

Organisational overview
  • Developed in-house by ISD
Registration requirements
- Follow the link below for further details on levels of access and links to SiP access request forms. A valid UCL User ID and Password is required to access SiP.
System requirements
- This application requires the java plug-in. More information on Java versions and installation .

SiP System FAQ

Introduction and Navigation

This document provides an introduction to the Human Resources and Finance Service in Partnership (SiP) and is suitable for anyone using this system. The document covers basic navigation of the system and how to perform basic tasks such as searching for requests in the database. It also looks at how to create contract requests and the approval process.

Departmental Users

This manual provides guidance for departmental user on how to process SiP System for Electronic Submission of, Appointment Forms, Change to Appointment Forms, One-Off Payments, Leavers Notification Forms, Leave of Absence Forms, request for Honorary Staff.

Finance Division Users

For guidance on how to use the system follow the link below.

Human Resources Division Users

For guidance on how to use the system follow the link below.

Consultant Clinical Academic Appointments and Changes

For guidance on how to process Clinical Consultant New Contract Request Forms, Out of Job Plans and Annual Job Plans follow the link below.

Further Information

Training Information

Support Info

  • For assistance raise a web call with the HR Systems Helpdesk following the link below.

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