Submit and manage appointment recommendation forms for both faculty and academic professionals. As of April 7, 2021, all new appointment recommendation forms for faculty and academic professionals are submitted and managed through our online system – New Appointment eForm. Access the New Appointment eForm The New Appointment eForm is implemented in PeopleSoft, which is a secure application and will require you to log in with your university NetID and password. The system is available at all times unless there are scheduled outages. Log into New Appointment eForm On the landing page, select Manager Self-Service from the dropdown at the top of the screen. On the Manager Self-Service Homepage, select the New Appointment eForm tile. If you are a department chair, director, or manager who is responsible for recommending and approving new appointments for your department, you will have appropriate access to the system based on your role. Save Early and Often Please be advised that, for security reasons, there is a 60-minute time-out feature in the system. If you have not saved your work within 60 minutes, you will automatically be logged out of the system and will lose any data you have entered but did not save. How-To’s: Videos, User Guides, FAQs & Departmental Checklists The following videos and user guides on how to use the New Appointment eForm. Please contact us via email if you have any questions or need assistance. Resources for Form Submitters Appointment Type Rank Resources Faculty Assistant Professor Lecturers Visiting Faculty Summer Faculty Video, User Guide Faculty Professor Associate Professor Video, User Guide Academic Professionals Professional Researchers (including postdocs) Professional Specialists Professional librarians Visitors Video, User Guide Resources for Form Approvers (Chairs, Directors, Department Managers) Appointment Type Rank Resources All All Video, User Guide FAQs View frequently asked questions regarding the new appointment eForm. Checklists View a list of requirements for appointments across ranks.