New at NTNU
Welcome meeting: Your new supervisor will meet with you on your first day of work to give you a quick overview of the organization and your work assignments. You will then arrange for an introductory meeting where you will discuss what will be expected of you in your new role, and what kinds of job-related training you need to get started.
Follow-up meeting: You should have a follow-up meeting with your supervisor over the course of the next 2-5 months to discuss how you have fared during your first few months on the job. You should also discuss your overall work situation and if there are things or work assignments that you would like to change in the future.
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.
As a new employee you will have a mentor who can show you around and help you get settled in.
Access cards (ID card)
One of the first things you need to do is to get an NTNU ID card, with your name, picutre and signature. The card also serves as an access card for the building in which your office is located.
PC and software
For questions concerning IT, check the IT self-help pages or contact your .
Here's what you need to get started
You can also use a mobile phone instead of a land-line phone. Mobile phones and mobile subscriptions.
If you need equipment or other tools to do your job, read here about ordering procedures. Talk to your mentor to find out more about how work-related gear, supplies or tools are ordered in your office or group.
Health and safety (HSE)
All divisions or groups have a whose responsibility is to make certain that employees work in a safe, productive environment. This concerns everything from indoor air quality to the working environment and handling of chemicals.
If you are going to work in a laboratory or workshop, you must become familiar with HSE practices and routines.
If you are going to work with dangerous chemicals or biological materials, check with your supervisor to see if you should be vaccinated and be given a medical examination.
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Checkist for new employees
- a mentor
- an invitation to the introductory course
- 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 I can connect to the network from home
- how I can fill out my employee web page
- how I can edit my personal information in Paga
- how to order business cards
- how to make a good email signature
- common abbreviations I might encounter
- which benefits and rebates I am eligible for
- how to order business cards
- about NTNU's Bedriftsidrettslag (in Norwegian; university employee sports teams)
Regular: 08:00 to 15:45
Summer: 08:00 to 15:00.