You are required to complete the online portion of orientation and attend a live orientation session to discuss the mission of the University, become acquainted with University benefits, receive assistance to enroll in various health care and insurance plans, and discuss various policies and procedures. Orientation is mandatory and must be completed within ten working days of the employee's start date. Part One involves computer-based learning modules (CBL), which are sessions taken online. New employees must complete online modules before they can attend a live orientation session. Part Two of the orientation process is the live session that is attended only after all of the CBLs are completed. Depending on your work location, both part-time and full-time employees are expected to complete the following orientation and HIPAA/OSHA sessions. Failure to attend mandatory orientation sessions may result in termination of employment.
*HIPAA is offered online as part of UM General Orientation. For a full listing of available HIPAA courses, visit www.med.miami.edu/hipaa/public. Initial OSHA is offered live as part of UM General Orientation (Miller School campus). Non-hospital based employees take Initial OSHA as part of the Monday live session at the Professional Development and Training Office located at 1051 NW 14th Street, Suite 155. Please register for the class online at ulearn.miami.edu. Hospital-based employees take Initial OSHA as part of Hospital Orientation.
The University issues photo identification cards to regular full-time and regular part-time employees.
Identification cards are issued as follows:
The ID card may be used for on-campus check cashing and library privileges, entrance to University events, discount privileges (bookstore, football, basketball, and baseball season tickets), use of recreational facilities (some facilities require additional fees), purchase of parking permits, and other appropriate uses when identification is required. If the ID card is lost, the employee is responsible for the charge for a replacement. ID cards are the property of the University and must be returned at the cessation of employment.
Coral Gables Campus: Employees must display a parking permit on their motor vehicle. Employees are encouraged to apply for a permit online at myum.miami.edu and have the cost of the permit payroll deducted. Employees may also arrange for payroll deduction in person at Parking and Transportation Services, located in the Flipse Building adjacent to the Ponce de Leon Garage at 5665 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Another option is to purchase a permit by cash or check payment at the University cashiers in the Ashe Building. For more information, visit the Web site at www.miami.edu/parking.
Miller School Campus: Employees must visit the Miller School parking office to sign up for parking and payroll deduction. Employees may contact 305-243-6280 (Ext. 2) or e-mail parking permit requests to UMParking@med.miami.edu. Visit the Miller School Security/Parking Web page to locate the parking office and for other information at ummcsd.med.miami.edu/security/parking.htm.
Rosenstiel School Campus: Employees must display a UM or RSMAS parking permit on their motor vehicle when parking on campus. Parking permits can be purchased from the RSMAS Business Office in the Science and Administration Building (SLAB) 111.