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NRCS Employees

This page has information for NJ NRCS employees. 


See the National NRCS Employee Page for links to eDirectives, HR sites, and more. Get current information about recent releases and updates of applications and tools used by conservation planners.


Time and Attendance, Payroll, and Benefits Management

Employee Travel

‚ÄčEmployee Performance

  • EmpowHR -  (formerly Combined Administrative Management System or iCAMS - employee worklist, performance appraisal, etc.)

Employee Policy and Special Emphasis Programs

Training and Technical Information

  • AgLearn - NRCS source for employee and partner training
  • eAuthentication - Registry for providing Customers with online EGOV access.
  • Customer Service Toolkit - New Jersey NRCS Help and Frequently Asked Questions for ArcMap, Customer Service Toolkit and Outlook

Outreach in New Jersey - It's everyone's job!

NRCS employees regularly participate in outreach activities like workshops, field tours and demonstrations, agricultural meetings, classroom presentations, etc. Employees should report these outreach activities on the NJ SharePoint. File scans of the supporting documents (agenda, brochures, photos, etc.) in a folder of the 230 Civil Rights digital file. Name your folder in this format: YYYY-MM-DD-NameOfEvent.

Helping customers with proficiency in a language other than English

Customers with limited English proficiency are asked to:

  1. Identify the language they speak on the chart on display in the NRCS office. A professional interpreter will be contacted to facilitate communication between NRCS and the customer seeking NRCS assistance.
  2. If interpretive services are refused, the customer is asked to sign a waiver, indicating that the services were offered and declined.

Contact your Outreach Coordinator with questions.

Employee to Employee Links - eAuthentication required 

Additional Links

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New Jersey Employee Directory  (2.4 mb) - Updated October 10, 2018

 


Contact Maria Collazo, Assistant State Conservationist, Management and Strategy if you need additional information.

 

 

 

This page last updated October 25, 2018