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Directory Reviewer - Relinquishing Your Role As A Reviewer Procedure (Video Demo)
This article explains in a video format what to do if your job no longer involves acting as a Directory Reviewer.
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Are you about to leave the University of Chicago or switch to a different job which no longer requires you to act as a Directory Reviewer? Want to make sure that you are removed from all of your reviewer responsibilities (such as updating your departmental and sub departmental listings, receiving notifications when a reviewee changes his or her information, and being listed as the reviewer contact on each of your reviewee’s self-edit pages)?
The first thing you should do is to log on to the Reviewer Site at reviewers.uchicago.edu using your CNetID and password. You should then go to the page “View my Reviewees” on the left hand side of your screen. This will take you to the entire list of individuals that you act as a reviewer for. You should go through and click Remove from My Reviewees on each one of these people. This will remove you as their reviewer and will ensure that you are no longer contacted for self-edit changes or listed on each reviewee’s self-edit page.
You should now do the same thing with your departments and sub departments by clicking the View my Departments and View my Sub Departments buttons also on the left hand side of your screen. This will remove you as the reviewer from your departments and sub departments.
You should contact the Directory Office at firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know if you encounter any problems deleting any of the individuals or departments that you act as a reviewer for.
You should also make sure that you don’t forget to tell us when your last official day is, as well as the name of your replacement. They may need to go through the online training course required to become a Directory Reviewer.
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