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"This is a school full of people united in their commitment to the Lord, striving to do His will, humble and teachable, willing to consecrate of their time and their talents in His work." (Kim B. Clark, President of BYU-Idaho)

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Employment at BYU-Idaho

 

General Information  


BYU-Idaho is supported by and affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and personal adherence to the principles and standards of the Church is required of each university employee. Employees abide by the BYU-Idaho Honor Code, and also accept, as a condition of employment, an annual review confirming compliance with Church and university standards. 

 

BYU-Idaho is an equal opportunity employer that does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, age, color, sex, disability, or veteran's status, or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal laws, rules or regulations. As an educational institution affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU-Idaho prefers to hire qualified members of the LDS Church in good standing, as authorized under Title 41 CFR § 60-1.5 (a)(6).

 

BYU-Idaho's commitment to equal opportunity includes and applies to: 

•  Recruiting, hiring, training;

•  Upgrading, promoting, and transferring;

•  Discipline, layoff, and termination;

•  Conditions and privileges of employment; and

•  Compensation and benefits; 

In conjunction with its commitment to equal opportunity, BYU-Idaho opposes unlawful sexual harassment and inappropriate gender-based behavior involving BYU-Idaho personnel, students, campus visitors, or vendors. Such behavior violates university policy and the CES Honor Code and may be grounds for discipline or discharge.

 

In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act, applicants selected for employment must be eligible to work in the United States before beginning employment; BYU-Idaho does not sponsor individuals for employment purposes. 

 

Campus Security  


In compliance with the Campus Security Act of 1990, BYU-Idaho provides information to prospective employees concerning campus crime statistics and campus security policies and procedures.

 

The BYU-Idaho Annual Security Report was recently updated and is available for review. The report provides information concerning university policy and procedures that are in place to provide a safe academic environment at BYU-Idaho. It also gives a detailed report of crime statistics for campus. The report also provides information for accessing university and community resources for crime prevention or assistance if you become the victim of a crime. A paper copy of this document may be obtained in person or by mail at Security & Safety, 150 Kimball, Rexburg, ID, 83460-1630. The full report may be obtained here: www.byui.edu/security/Campus Security Report.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

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