New at NTNU
An overview for new employees
Welcome as a new employee at NTNU.
This page contains information for the things you need to know the first six months.
Empolyee card (ID-card)
As an NTNU employee, you are entitled to an ID card with your name and picture.
PC and software
Activate user account
Make sure to activate your user account as soon as possible. This grants you access to NTNU's IT systems.
NTNU uses Skype for Business as landline for most employees.
If you need equipment, see procedures for purchasing.
Getting to know NTNU
- NTNU's maps provide an overview of the university's campuses and where you find shops, cafeterias and parking areas.
- Get an overview of the university's organization, strategies and numbers/facts.
- Learn how to use NTNU's intranet, Innsida.
Checklist for new employees
- activated my user account to get access to NTNU's IT systems
- a mentor
- an invitation to Rector meeting with new employees
- checked my information in the payroll system(Paga)
- help to adapt my workspace for special needs if needed (currently in Norwegian)
- a username and password
- a PC
- a telephone
- email and a calendar
- access/ID card
- parking permit
- met my immediate supervisor
I have been told about:
- how to find other employees
- how to find rooms and places
- what to do if there is a fire or an accident/crisis
- how the intranett works
- how to make a good email signature
- how I can fill out my employee web page
- how I can edit my personal information in Paga
- how I can connect to the network from home
- which benefits and discounts I am eligible for
- about ethics at NTNU
- about NTNU's Bedriftsidrettslag
- how to order business cards
Regular: 08:00 to 15:45
Summer: 08:00 to 15:00. (1 May–31 August)
- More about working hours
- Working hours – leadership and independent positions
- Recording hours in MinTid
Help for new non-Norwegian researchers
Questions you might have
- Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
- New employee trial (probationary) period
- Holiday for newly employed
- Labour unions at NTNU