Talent Solutions

Talent Solutions is responsible for the infrastructure and business processes associated with employee recruitment, onboarding, position design and management, compensation alignment and career progression review. Talent Solutions team members consult with University departments/units concerning talent needs and strategies for staffing and improved organizational effectiveness. Additionally, team members support units to hire student, temporary staff, part-time instructors, and postdoctoral scholars. They work with all departments to ensure employment opportunities are available for undergraduate and graduate students; to provide temporary support to cover increased workloads; and to assist with employing all foreign nationals. Additionally, this unit makes certain all employees are eligible to work in the U.S. by using E-Verify. The mission is to assist in the continuous improvement of HR processes, procedures, and programs to deliver innovative and contemporary solutions consistent with the University's strategic initiatives.  

Online Employment Management System

PeopleAdmin 7, an industry-leading online position management and applicant tracking system. The system automates personnel actions related to position management, classification/compensation and recruitment for permanent EHRA, Post Doctoral and SHRA positions.

PeopleAdmin Production Site:
For those that have taken the campus training and are ready to initiate a position action and/or recruit for a position.

PeopleAdmin 7 Users Guide (Revised)
PeopleAdmin 7 Search Committee Guide


The University of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University remains committed to providing a welcoming and inviting campus community to all our students, faculty and staff. Our continued goal remains to be ensuring our recruitment and hiring process is void of any artificial barriers that prevent the hiring of qualified individuals. We are committed to achieving the strategic goals established in Preeminence 2020. Goal 5 relates directly to creating a campus community that is reflective of the students we serve.

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Recruitment and Selection is dedicated as a resource to managers to help support the successful and rewarding experience of hiring high potential talent for the University. Whether you're looking to hire a permanent EHRA /SHRA, temporary SHRA, or student employee you will find the services, information and tools to support your hiring needs here. Employment services include support for those with Foreign National status. 

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At North Carolina A&T, we’re committed to preparing our students for success after graduation. That’s why we offer student employment experiences that allow you to thrive and gain valuable skills for life in the “real world." Employment opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students are available in a variety of campus departments.

Immigration regulations are complex and you don’t have to navigate them alone. The Staffing Services Office within the Division of Human Resources works in partnership with Academic Affairs and other Administrative Offices to ensure compliance in the employment process for foreign nationals at North Carolina A&T. The Foreign National Employment Policy, along with other applicable University, Federal and State policies, governs the hiring and compensation benefits for foreign national employees and visitors. Academic departments seeking to bring scholars to the United States for appointments and lecturers at North Carolina A&T must do so based on the procedural instructions and guidelines established by University policies.

At North Carolina A&T, temporary staff are a critical part of our workforce. Temporary employment opportunities are available in a variety of campus departments for both long and short-term assignments in fields ranging from skilled trades to administrative support. These opportunities are frequently advertised on our online Employment Opportunities site. The Office of Staffing Services works with campus departments to secure temporary employees to assist with the increased workloads resulting from vacations, vacant positions, or seasonal fluctuations.

Prior to hiring a Postdoctoral Scholar, Principal Investigators (PI) should review the Postdoctoral Scholars Policy to fully understand the program criteria’s for employment. Thereafter, meet with the Vice Chancellor for the Division of Research and Economic Development (DORED) to discuss and receive approval for the proposed postdoc position, the job description and identified candidate (if applicable). Upon approval for program participation, the VC for DORED will assign a position number for employment.