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PERSONNEL PLAN

OHIO UNIVERSITY - CHILLICOTHE
 

In order to fulfill the Ohio University - Chillicothe service mission to our region and students, a personnel plan has been developed. The plan assesses current and projected student enrollments along with faculty, staff, and administrative personnel levels. In addition, the plan functions to insure that adequate numbers of faculty will be able to deliver academic content alongside appropriate support for student success. Further, this plan prioritizes faculty and staff needs recognizing it is not possible to fund every functional requirement of the organization. Finally, this plan represents an integration of its content with the OUC Strategic Plan.
 
A collaborative, consultative method has been used to generate campus-wide recommendations and priorities. All involved units were tasked with consulting faculty and staff under their supervision or among those they represented. Multiple drafts of the personnel plan were circulated among campus stakeholder groups, with comments carefully edited into the plan.

 

Those consulted included:

➢ The OUC Personnel Committee;
➢ Supervisors for various academic and support units;
➢ The senior leadership team;
➢ Consultation with relevant committees and committee members;
➢ Group I and II faculty through means of a ballot; and
➢ Division Coordinators.


Additional assessment tools included:

➢ Longitudinal and historical analysis of institutional data on hiring trends;
➢ Historic review and impact analysis of successful hires;
➢ Review and assessment of adjunct faculty hires; and
➢ Review of current and future programming requirements.


A copy of the current personnel plan can be viewed (here) in .PDF format (Adobe Acrobat is required).