Frequently Asked Questions
Log in to the UIW Jobs site, click on manage jobs and the applicant can see the status of the application. If the status say’s “under review by manager” then the applicant is still considered for the position. Applicants will receive an email if they are not being considered for the position.
No, once an application has been submitted the applicant can’t make any changes to the application. If the applicant withdraws their application from the job posting, he or she will no longer be able to apply for this position again.
Yes, the applicant can make changes to his or her cover letter and/or resume by emailing the updated resume and cover letter to Human Resources at email@example.com. The Human Resources department can upload the new resume and cover letter to the particular position he or she applied for.
Make sure the documents are in Word or unprotected PDF format. Also, the documents must be smaller than 5MB. If transcripts are too large and you cannot reduce the size, please email the transcripts to the Human Resources department at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly upload the transcripts for you.
To continue to the next page you must add at least one entry to the employment history. You will start by clicking on add new entry, enter the employment information and click on add entry when data is complete. This will take you back to the employment history page to either add another entry or continue to the next page. Note that anything with a red asterisk will need to be completed.
An employee receives the 7% UIW retirement match when he or she has worked for the University full-time for at least one year or the new employee has worked for a previous educational institution full-time for one year.
Yes, you can make changes to your retirement contributions at any time throughout the year. You can make the changes either on the TIAA-CREF website or you can fill out a new Salary Reduction Agreement Form found on the Human Resources website under benefits.
All employees can find their sick and vacation by logging into Cardinal Apps and click on the “Cardinal Apps - Banner” tab then go to BannerWeb Self Service. On this site you have access to leave balances, tax forms, benefit deductions and more.
It depends; every April UIW has an open enrollment for benefits. This allows employees to make any changes to their benefit plans at this time. However, if an employee has a life changing event, such as, a birth of a child or a spouse loses his or her job, your benefits can change. Please contact the Human Resources Benefits Coordinator for more information about what would qualify for a life changing event.
If you are a verifier requesting an employment verification on behalf of a UIW employee, please visit theworknumber.com. UIW employer code is 158414. If you need assistance, please visit theworknumber.com or (800) 367-5690.
Yes, you must meet the admission requirements of UIW before you can apply for Tuition Waiver Benefits.
Tuition waiver only covers academic tuition. It does not include fees, books, room and board, etc.
You must maintain a satisfactory academic status to continue to receive tuition waiver benefits. Please see the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy below for additional Information..
Yes, waivers are due each semester, session and/or term. Deadline is 14 calendar days after the last day to add a course.
Yes, all students applying for tuition waiver must first apply for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Tuition waiver forms are located on the HR website under benefits.
No, employees can only receive tuition waiver benefits for undergraduate and Master level courses.
No, spouses and dependents only receive tuition waiver benefits for undergraduate courses.
You must have 2 years of full-time service to be eligible for the Tuition Exchange Program.
The Tuition Waiver and Tuition Exchange Policy can be found on the HR website under Policies.
The schools in the Brainpower Connection are the University of the Incarnate Word; St. Anthony Elementary School, and its developmental pre-school, the Katherine Ryan Program; St. Peter Prince of Apostles Elementary School; Incarnate Word High School, for young women; St. Anthony Catholic High School, for young men and women; and UIW Preparatory, an online college preparatory high school.