Section 14.0 Definition
The University’s assignment of a faculty member to another department shall be considered a transfer.
Section 14.1 Notice
Notice of forthcoming transfers shall be provided to affected faculty members in writing as soon as practical, and not less than 60 days prior to the effective date of such transfer unless exceptional circumstances exist. The written notice shall contain the reasons necessitating the transfer. A copy of the notice shall be provided to the United Faculty. Normally, transfers shall not take place during the course of a semester.
Section 14.2 Meeting Prior to Transfer
Transfers shall be made only after a meeting between the faculty member involved, the UNI-United Faculty representative, if requested, and the University administrator who is responsible for the transfer decision.
Section 14.3 Involuntary Transfer
Prior to making an involuntary transfer, the faculty member will be notified and the faculty member may volunteer for the transfer. If the transfer becomes involuntary, the faculty member will be provided written reason(s) for the transfer.
If the faculty member objects to the transfer, the University will consider other viable alternatives, if any.
A faculty member who has been involuntarily transferred shall receive consideration for reassignment if such opportunity becomes available in the future.
Section 14.4 Grievability
A faculty member may file a grievance relating to this Article through Section 10, Subdivision 10.33. However, the decision of the President or his designee in Article Ten, Section 10.3, Subdivision 10.33, Level Three, shall be final and such grievance shall not be considered at the arbitration level, Section 10.4.
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