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Employee Locator is a searchable database of UNLV employees within certain employee types. The information displayed within Employee Locator is currently collected for the following groups ONLY: Academic Faculty, Administrative Faculty, Classified Staff, Executive Faculty, Graduate Assistants, Post-doctoral Scholars and Medical Residents. Information in the Directory is extracted from the Human Resources Management System on a daily basis at the end of business each day. The information gathered from HRMS is available to Employee Locator after this extraction.
Search Instruction: To search for a UNLV Employee, use the control panel to the left. Enter specific or "wildcard" information as search criteria and click on the "Search" link. If you are looking for the additional information about the employees, click on the employee's name on the search result, the employee detail information will appear below the control panel. If you wish to clear previous information, click on the "Start Over" link.
Corrections to the information associated with each employee can be accomplished in one of the following manners:
DEPARTMENT CORRECTION: Contact Human Resources at (702) 895-3504. You will be informed of the written documentation required from your department office.
TITLE CHANGE/CORRECTION: Send an email to, and include the correct title. Please allow 3-5 business days for the change to reflect in the employee locator.
OFFICE LOCATION, WORK PHONE, or MAIL STOP CORRECTION(S): Contact your department's authorized ARCHIBUS Web Central user. If you are unsure who the authorized Archibus user is in your department, please check with your department's administrative assistant or contact the Office of Space Management at (702)895-0484.

Additional questions about this system can be addressed to Elora M. Paik, HR System Manager ( Technical questions about the system can be addressed to OIT (