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SiP System

SiP

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

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

Basic Details

Organisational overview
  • Developed in-house by ISD
  • Overall support from Human Resources
    Contact the HR Systems Helpdesk by emailing hr_helpdesk@ucl.ac.uk
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
- HTML-based website
- SiP should be accessed using Internet Explorer (IE9 or higher) in a windows environment.

SiP FAQ

Introduction and Navigation

Introduction to the Service in Partnership (SiP). It is suitable for anyone using this system. It covers basic navigation and how to perform basic tasks. It also looks at how to create contract requests and the approval process.

Departmental Users

Guidance for departmental user on how to process submission of, Appointment Forms, Change to Appointment Forms, One-Off Payments, Leavers Notification Forms, Leave of Absence Forms, requests 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.

SiPv10 Read Only

SiPv10 can be accessed from the link below. Please note this is Read only and you will no longer be able to Submit new Requests from this application. Please use SiPv11 for new Requests

Further Information

Training Information

Support Info

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