Human Resource Services
Human Resource Services assists academic and administrative departments in managing the university’s most valuable asset: its people. It offers services in recruiting, temporary staffing, consultation services, payroll, compensation, training and development.
- Individual Consultations
Current staff looking to advance their careers at Mizzou may request an individual consultation by contacting email@example.com or 573-882-7976.
- myLearn (Online library)
This e-learning program provides thousands of courses, books and videos on leadership, software, business skills, personal effectiveness and other professional development topics to help faculty and staff build skills and competencies. To access these resources login to myHR, click on Personal Information, then click on HR Training-myLearn.
***myLearn is only available to current MU faculty and staff
- Faculty/Staff Job Postings (posted in MyHR)
Current and prospective employees may search and apply for executive, academic, and staff positions.
- SOS Temporary Staffing
Candidates looking for temporary positions may register with SOS to be considered for various levels and lengths of employment with MU.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Contact: EAP appointments can be made by contacting a staff member at the HR Service Center:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn how to utilize your strengths for your own career development. Strengths@Mizzou includes several activities that help faculty and staff members reflect on their unique strengths, as well as a link to Gallup resources designed specifically for educators.
Staff Advisory Council
Staff may apply for the Staff Development Award Program to pay registration fees for on and off campus training events. You may also consider volunteering to serve on a campus-wide committee or running for a seat on the council. **Staff Advisory Council is only available to current MU faculty and staff
Division of Information Technology (DoIT)
MU DoIT offers free courses available to faculty, staff and students. These courses include Adobe programs, Microsoft Office programs, web design, live webinars on various topics, and more. **DoIT courses are only available to current MU faculty and staff