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  • Katie Bonner, Manager, HR Master Data Center

    • manages all aspects of MDC
    • responsible for the processing of salaried staff employee appointments
    • responsible for the processing of graduate student appointments for all divisions (exception of VPAA)
    • responsible for the monthly University Longevity award program

    Teresa Duggins, Human Resources Analyst

    • responsible for the SAP organizational management for staff, student workers, and non-academic department graduate students
    • responsible for the processing of the Non Student Non Regular (NSNR) hourly staff appointments and the staff task worker appointments

    Lisa Gonzalez, Human Resources Analyst

    • responsible for the processing of hourly student worker appointments and student task worker appointments
    • responsible for the completion of the hourly student worker employment verification forms

NSNR and Student Positions

Organizational Management

  • Please e-mail and with the position number, effective date, and new planned compensation amount, that is within the range of the job title.

  • Please e-mail and with the position number and new cost distribution information of where the position should be funded. For grant positions that are more than 50% of the costing, the master level cost center and 8999999999 will be used on the position, unless Budget directs otherwise.

  • For hourly positions, please e-mail with the effective date and position number of the position you want to delimit. For salary staff positions, please e-mail and with the effective date and position number you want to delimit. Only vacant positions can be delimited from SAP.

  • Less than three business days for Non-Benefit employees, like hourly student workers, NSNRs, and non-academic grads.

    For “Regular” Benefits-eligible employees, the request must be submitted via the People Admin System for audit and approval. This can take up to a couple of weeks or longer.

  • Complete the Supervisor Change Request form on the MDC website and send it to the MDC mailbox at

    Changes are not made retroactively. These are processed usually within a few days depending on workload. You will be notified once they are complete.

  • Please submit this completed spreadsheet to, and copy the department heads of the former and new org unit where the position is moving from and to on the e-mail. For example, if a position is moving from Human Resources to Budget, each department head (HR and Budget) will need to be included on the e-mail that is submitted to the HR MDC mailbox, along with the completed spreadsheet.

  • There is a checklist to help you with this process. You can find it on the MDC website under Organizational Management.

    You will need to submit the VP approval memo, spreadsheet with all the positions impacted, and all information requested on the checklist to

  • Multi-holder positions are allowed in SAP, with approval by the MDC, on certain hourly student and hourly staff (NSNR) positions. A multi-holder position allows the department to use the same position number for multiple employees.

    To be considered for a multi-holder position, five or more hourly employees (student/NSNR) must be doing the same job in your department, reporting to the same supervisor, and have the same cost distribution on the position. New and current positions can be a multi-holder position upon request and approval. Requests can be sent to

  • No, this is not possible. Only one supervisor is allowed on record for all employees in a multi-holder position. If you need to change the reporting relationship for one employee in a multi-holder position, you will need to create a change in position PCR to move the employee to a different position number, and then change the supervisor on the position the employee is moving to, if it needs to be changed.

  • No, only “regular” Staff employees are eligible for SAP HR security roles.

  • To view reporting relationships in SAP, you can access the SAP transaction PPSS. At the SAP Easy Access Menu enter PPSS in the blank field; the following Display Structure screen will appear.
    • Object type - Enter the letter S (position)
    • Object ID - Enter position number for the employee you are inquiring about
    • Evaluation Path - Enter O-S-PHIE (staff assignments with reporting structure)
    • Editing period - The current date will be displayed (change date only if you desire to view previous reporting relationships)
    • Click the green check  or hit enter
    • Click on the Expand option box to display the employee holding the position and any other positions that report to that employee. 

    If you do not see position numbers,

    • Go to the top tool bar
    • Click on  View
    • Click on  Key On

    Position numbers will then be displayed.

  • (Accessible to SAP users who are assigned the Department Head role)

    Using the PPOSE – Organization and Staffing Display transaction allows users to display/view all of the positions in their organization and the employees assigned to the positions.

    Follow these steps:

    • At SAP Easy Access Menu enter transaction PPOSE in the blank field
    • In the “Find by” box, click on the triangle by “Organizational unit”
    • Click on “Structure search”
    • This will display one or more org units in the bottom left box on the screen(based on which org units you have authority to work with).
    • Click on the triangles to find the org unit you desire to view
    • By double clicking on the selected org unit, a list of positions assigned to the organizational unit will be displayed on the upper right side of the screen.
    • Click on the Column Configuration icon and select additional information to be
    • displayed for each position and holder
    • Click on the triangle by any position title to view the employee assigned to the position

    NOTE: A Welcome message is displayed the first time you execute PPOSE. Thereafter, organizational
    units are automatically displayed when you execute the transaction.

  • The Time Administrator for your department has access to SAP Transaction ZWFTS1.  The transaction indicates the supervisor for the employee.  Steps to take to access this transaction are as follows:

    • At SAP Easy Access Menu enter transaction ZWFTS1 and click on the green check
    • Enter the employee’s personnel assignment number
    • Click on the execute icon

    The results will display the employee’s current supervisor.

  • Yes, you can access the SAP transaction P013D – Display Position

    This transaction allows users to display data for positions in their organizations. The enterprise structure assigned to a position includes information critical to every aspect of Human Resources management within SAP. The enterprise structure includes personnel area, personnel subarea, employee group, employee subgroup and planned compensation for vacant positions only. Positions must be assigned at least one element from each of the groups in the enterprise structure. Dates are reflected as begin and end dates. 
    NOTE: SAP transaction PO13D contains data only in the Active tab

    Step 1: At the SAP Easy Access Menu enter transaction PO13D in the white text box and click the green check or press the Enter key on your keyboard.

    Step 2: The Display Position screen will populate.

    Step 3: Enter the Position Number in the Position field and click the green check

    NOTE:  Plan version field will always populate Current plan – do not change

    Step 4: This will display information about the position – each infotype* containing information has a green check next to it.  *Infotype ‐ similar group of information (object, relationships, planned compensation, vacancy, account assignment, employee group/subgroup, cost distribution)

    Step 5: Select the infotype you want to review by clicking in the left box next to the infotype title.

    Step 6: After selecting the infotype, click on either the eyeglasses or mountain icon

    You will be able to view information on the following info types:

    Object (1000): Indicates the job title for the position
    Relationships (1001):
    • Reports ‐ to whom does the position report to 
    • Holders ‐ persons who have held the position and the dates that they have the position
    • Organization ‐ what organization the position belongs to
    • Master Cost Center – The master cost center for the position
    • Description – What job describes the position
    Planned Compensation (1005): The maximum amount that the position is budgeted to be paid. This amount is determined at the time the position was created or with the salary of the last person who held the position 
    Vacancy (1007):
    • Open (Vacant) means the position is vacant; there is no holder
    • Filled/On Hold means the position is held by someone 
    (Done by PCR actions to hire and separate employees)
    Account Assignment (1008):
    • Personnel Area ‐ Division to which the position belongs
    • Personnel Subarea ‐ distinguishes whether the position is fulltime or part‐time and benefits eligibility
    Employee Group/Subgroup (1013):
    • Employee Group indicates whether the position is Staff, faculty, student, etc.
    • Employee Subgroup indicates whether the position is for 12 month or less than 12 month appointments and whether exempt or non‐exempt.
    Cost Distribution (1018): Indicates from where the position is budgeted to be paid. Generally, this is the same as the person, with the primary exceptions being individuals paid from grants.
    Tips and Tricks:
    • Select the “All” radio button on the right side of the screen under “Time period” to see all entries for each info type
    • Select the mountain with the sun icon (known as overall view) to view all the information in the info type
    • Select the display icon (eyeglasses) to view only the latest data in the info type
    • After selecting the overall view (previous bullet) select the row that you want to view the detail and click the magnifying glass
    • Relationships are best viewed by using overall view