Voluntary Transfer Sample Clauses

Voluntary Transfer. An employee who transfers within the same class shall receive no salary adjustment. An employee who transfers between classes shall receive the minimum adjustment necessary to bring his/her salary to the minimum rate of the new class. However, an employee receiving a rate of pay in excess of the range maximum shall continue to receive that rate of pay.
Voluntary Transfer. If a voluntary transfer within or between seniority units and/or classes is to be used, selection shall be made by accepting the application of an employee who is willing to accept a voluntary transfer. If an employee within the seniority unit submits a request to transfer during the posting period under Section 3 accompanied by a request to interview and substantial evidence of qualification for the position, the Appointing Authority shall grant an interview. Nothing in this section shall be construed to require a standard for the non-selection of the interviewed employee. An interview must only be granted if the position is not filled through interest bidding, recall from the seniority unit layoff list, or claiming. Employees who fill vacancies through this method shall have a twenty one (21) calendar day trial period during which time they may elect to return to their previous position; or
Voluntary Transfer. (a) When a permanent employee applies for and is granted a voluntary transfer to assume duties in another area, the Employer shall assume 100% of the basic moving cost of his/her household effects.
Voluntary Transfer. Voluntary transfer is a process by which an eligible faculty member of a district college may request a transfer to another college or site within the District. A voluntary transfer request does not guarantee being selected and can result either in acceptance or denial of the voluntary transfer request.
Voluntary Transfer. A. A tenured teacher who desires a voluntary transfer to another school shall indicate such interest on the county intent form. The teacher will identify not more than five (5) schools for which he/she would like to be considered for a voluntary transfer.
Voluntary Transfer. Without the prior written consent of UST, the General Partner may not, directly or indirectly, sell, assign, pledge, exchange or otherwise transfer (each, a “Transfer”) all or any portion of its Interest as the general partner of the Partnership; provided that, for the avoidance of doubt, Transfers of interests in the General Partner shall be governed exclusively by the limitations set forth under “Key Person Eventon Schedule A. In the event of an assignment or other transfer of the General Partner’s Interest as a general partner of the Partnership in accordance with this Section 7.1, upon execution of a counterpart to this Agreement, its assignee or transferee shall be substituted in its place and admitted as general partner of the Partnership effective immediately prior to such assignment or other transfer and is authorized to continue the Partnership without dissolution and immediately thereafter the General Partner shall withdraw as a general partner of the Partnership and cease to be a general partner of the Partnership.
Voluntary Transfer. 16.1.1 Any regular or contract unit member may request transfer from one department to another, within the same college, when his/her education, training, experience and abilities coincide with the requirements for a vacant position.
Voluntary Transfer. A unit member may request a voluntary transfer to another specific position and such a request shall be considered. Voluntary transfers within the same pay classification will be made on the basis of these factors: the needs of the schools and work locations as determined by the Superintendent, qualifications, work experience, past job performance, intent form requests and seniority. When the Superintendent determines that all factors are substantially equal, preference may be given to the current employee with the most seniority.
Voluntary Transfer. In the determination of assignments and transfers, the convenience and work of the employee and the needs of the District shall be considered to the extent that these considerations do not conflict with the educational program. As to employees who desire a transfer or reassignment, the following procedure shall be used: