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Looking for a job requisition form? Ready to hire a new employee? Time to update the personal information form to report a new spouse, new baby, or new address? Good news, you’ll find them all right here! Employment forms, managerial forms, payroll services, IT changes and more — all in one convenient place.
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- I-9 Form – Employment Eligibility Verification
- W-4 Form – Employee Withholding Allowance
- Personal Information Form
- Payroll Direct Deposit Authorization Form
- Background Check Authorization Form
- Minister of Religion Housing Allowance Form
- Confidentiality Form
- Conflict of Interest Form.pdf
- Staff Handbook Acknowledgment
- Faculty Handbook Acknowledgment
Please visit our Job Forms page to access important job forms and information for managers.
Personal Information Changes
To report an important life event or change in contact information, please complete a new Personal Information Form. Life event notification is due within 30 days of the event in order to adjust employee benefits.
Examples of life events include: marriage, divorce, birth, adoption/foster child, death of a dependent
Examples of contact information include: address, phone number, email addres, emergency contacts
Information and Technology Services
Phone: (503) 493-6300
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or contact campus safety (503) 280-8517.
Clery Act Compliance
An Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (ASR) is prepared by Concordia University that:
- states the authority, mission, and operations of the Public Safety Department
- summarizes physical, technological, and operational security measures securing the campus
- lists Crime Prevention programs and services
- gives contact information and numbers for reporting crimes and emergencies
- defines Campus Security Authorities and process for reporting Clery Act crimes
- describes procedures for Emergency Alert and Missing Student Notification
- discusses Emergency Preparedness, Management, Response and Evacuation
- outlines policies, prevention programs, reporting, hearings and sanctions regarding Drug & Alcohol Use and Dating Violence and Sexual Assault
- discloses campus Crime Statistics
- discloses campus residential housing Fire Statistics for three comparative years and Fire Safety prevention programs and drills.
This report is prepared and provided to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (1990; last amended 1998) and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (PL101-226); and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA). The report is made available to all members of the University community, and to prospective students and employees. The most recent Annual Security Report can also be provided to interested parties in hard copy upon request to the Concordia Department of Public Safety.
Exact electronic address of Annual Security Report: http://www.cu-portland.edu/sites/default/files/pdf/Clery_Brochure_2015_150924.pdf
A Daily Crime Log is also maintained by Public Safety that lists incidents which have occurred on property controlled by Concordia University and adjacent city streets. It contains the nature and location of the crime, the date and time it occurred and was reported, and the disposition if known. The most recent 60 days of the Crime Log is open to public inspection upon request.
Preparation of the Clery Act Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The Concordia University Department of Public Safety publishes the ASR with the input and assistance of other Campus departments. As part of the report preparation, meetings are held to insure there is no duplicate or under reporting of offenses.
- Crime statistics are gathered from the incident reports and Crime Log of the Public Safety Department, from Clery Act designated Campus Security Authorities, and from crime reports in the adjacent neighborhood from the Portland Police Bureau.
- Disciplinary referrals for alcohol and drug violations come from the CU Department of Student Affairs.
- Title IX and Violence against Women Act (VAWA) offenses are gathered from crime reports and reporting by Responsible Employees to the Title IX Coordinator.
- Fire Safety systems, drills, education and statistics are gathered from Public Safety and Residence Life for student housing on campus.
A Final Draft of the Report is 1) compared with a detailed checklist (Checklist for Campus Safety and Security Compliance) in the Department of Education publication, The Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Compliance; and 2) reviewed by the Director of Public Safety, the Dean of Students, the University Title IX Coordinator, and the Executive Vice Provost/Vice President for Student Affairs.
The Report is required to be posted, available, and distributed by October 1. The report contains data on the prior calendar year and preceding two years. A timeline and specific work tasks have been established by Concordia for the completion, distribution, and notification of subsequent annual reports for a date earlier in the calendar year than the submission deadline established by the Department of Education.
The ASR is published on-line, available in hard copy, and notification is sent to faculty, staff and students with a link and the exact electronic address for the report.