We would like to invite you to apply for membership in the Academic Business Officer's Group (ABOG). ABOG is an organization of principal business and administrative officers from academic departments, organized research units, and administrative units who gather information about, provide input to and comment upon policies and practices affecting the operation of their organizations. Representation from all areas of the campus and active participation on the part of ABOG members is encouraged and provides a broad perspective on issues affecting the campus.
The regular membership shall consist of career staff Analyst I- Supervisors and above (for the purpose of these by-laws referred to as Senior Business Officers or Managers) who:
- Report directly to an Academic Department Chair, Administrative Support Center Director, Administrative Executive Director, and/or Director/Head of an Organized Research Unit.
- Are not represented by an exclusive agent.
- Have responsibilities for, or support the operation of, teaching, research and administrative units.
- Have financial management and staff supervisory responsibilities as shown on their unit organizational chart.
Individuals who express an interest and desire to be included in the ABOG membership will submit an application to the Executive Board. Membership will be determined by the Executive Board, in accordance with these by-laws. Membership exceptions may be made on a case by case basis by the Executive Board.
We encourage you to consider participating in ABOG. If you would like to apply, please send the required information requested below in an email to the ABOG Executive Committee. If you have any questions or would like more information, feel free to contact the Committee.
- Campus Phone:
- Email Address:
- Payroll Title:
- Working Title (if different from above):
- Are You a Senior Business Officer or Manager as Described in Paragraph 2 above?
- (A current job description may be requested at a later date.)
- Name and Title of Supervisor:
- Are You Represented by an Exclusive Bargaining Unit?