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Terms of Appointment.   

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(a) The terms of appointment of nonacademic employees are provided in Article 2 of Chapter 5, Division 8, Part 55 of the Education Code. Nonacademic employees when the workload requires may be appointed on a temporary basis for not to exceed 10 months.

(b) Academic year employees shall be appointed initially for one academic year and thereafter in accordance with Article 13 of this Subchapter. Initial and subsequent appointments of academic year employees at campuses on quarter system year-round operations, shall also conform to Article 2.5 of this Subchapter. Temporary academic employees may be appointed for a shorter period.

(c) 12-month academic employees shall be appointed initially for one year and thereafter in accordance with Article 13 of this Subchapter.

(d) 10-month academic and other 10-month employees shall be appointed initially for 10 months and thereafter in accordance with Article 13 and Article 14, respectively, of this Subchapter. For 10-month academic employees at campuses on quarter system year-round operations the beginning and ending dates of the 10-month period of service will be established at the time of appointment.

(e) Administrative employees shall be appointed initially for one year and thereafter in accordance with Article 14 of this Subchapter. Administrative employees when the workload requires may be appointed on a temporary basis for not to exceed ten months.

(f) Management Personnel Plan employees are appointed in accordance with Article 2.2 of this subchapter.

(g) Executive employees shall not acquire tenure in executive positions. The chancellor, general counsel, and the campus presidents serve in their positions at the pleasure of the trustees. The vice chancellors serve in their positions at the pleasure of the chancellor who shall consult with the trustees prior to taking action to terminate a vice chancellor.

(h) Persons who are appointed to positions which are fully or partially funded from sources other than the California State University, where such funding is in support of a program of work relief or work training for the utilization of the unemployed or the under-employed, shall not receive credit toward tenure or permanent status while serving in such positions.

Authority cited:

Education Code 66600

Education Code 89030

Education Code 89035

Education Code 89500

Reference:

Education Code 89500

(Amended by Register 91, No. 27.)