Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory masthead LBNL Home A-Z Index U.S. Department of Energy logo Phone Book Jobs Search

Interlocation Appointments

 

Welcome to Interlocation Appointments (ILA)

An Interlocation Appointment (ILA) is an arrangement under which an LBNL employee is assigned to an eligible institution to perform work, at a specified percentage of effort (which may range from 1% to 100%), duration, and cost.

While on the ILA assignment, the employee continues to receive 100% of his/her paycheck and benefits through LBNL.  This ensures continuity of the employee’s pay, UC employment history/service credit and benefits.

An ILA cannot be used as a substitute for the Work for Others (WFO) program or to reduce costs for the host institution.


Appointment Types:

Multi-Location Appointment - MLA

Host Institution - University of California (UC) institution other than Berkeley Lab. Used throughout the UC system to facilitate the ability of employees at one institution to perform work at another institution

Length of Appointment - May be either short or long-term duration

Eligibility Criteria - Nonfaculty employee classification

Host Reimbursement - Salary (direct effort) and payroll burden only

 

Intergovernmental Personnel Assignment - IPA

Host Institution - U.S. federal government agencies

Length of Appointment - Up to 2 years, but may be extended for an additional 2 years

Eligibility Criteria - Employed at least 90 days in a Career employee classification

Host Reimbursement - Salary (direct effort), payroll burden, & travel per diem or relocation as negotiated with agency

 

Interjurisdictional Employee Exchange - IJE

Host Institution - State of California agencies

Length of Appointment - Not to exceed 4 years

Eligibility Criteria - NA

Host Reimbursement - Salary (direct effort), payroll burden, & travel per diem or relocation as negotiated with agency

 

Adaptavist ThemeBuilder EngineAtlassian Confluence