The Young Professionals Association supports the growth, learning, and development of young and/or new professionals at UCOP. We engage members through professional development, networking and social opportunities. All UCOP staff are welcome to join. Our target audience is employees with 10 years or less of professional experience, or anyone young at heart!
We are looking for a new addition to the UC Office of Research and Graduate Studies team!
Because there are many competing demands for UC-wide research funds in these times of fiscal constraint, it is incumbent upon the UC Office of the President to use an established, mature framework to carefully evaluate both the overall and relative merits of its UC-wide research investments, and to make decisions and plans for any future university-wide research initiatives at UC.
The Research Investment Studies and Analysis Unit (RISA) assists the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies in applying the principles that guide UC-wide research investments, and the processes for decision making and evaluation, to evaluate research investments when considering whether or not to initiate or continue funding.
Depending on the incumbent's qualifications, salaries will range between $60,800-$89,600 for an MSP-1 or between $66,900-$98,400 for an MSP-2.
Additional information and instructions for submitting and application may be found at http://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=55247.
Please feel free to pass along to interested candidates. Any questions may be referred to Ginny Cox Delaney or to me.
I’m sending this message to the listserv on behalf of the legal department. Please feel free to spread the word to qualified individuals you may know!
Recruitment is now underway to fill the following position at the Office of the General Counsel, Oakland. Please feel free to share this job announcement with qualified individuals who might be interested in applying.
Reporting to the Principal Counsel, Governance and Compliance, the COI/PRA Coordinator will manage the Conflict of Interest and California Public Records Act functions, in collaboration with attorneys in the Governance and Compliance
practice area. Key responsibilities include benchmarking best practices, evaluating and making recommendations to change policies and procedures as appropriate, and providing centralized support to the COI and PRA Coordinators across
the UC system (providing education, centralization of functions as needed and advice on complex issues). Position frequently interacts with all levels of management, which often includes senior executive staff. Position will supervise staff
responsible for performing administrative support activities.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in related area, plus 5-7 years relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Candidates should have skills in evaluating complex legislative policies to identify impact on COI or PRA programs and ability to readily develop changes in operational procedures and/or policies. Requires strong project management, communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of staff and influence, both orally and in writing. Ability to use discretion and maintain confidentiality. Knowledge and familiarity with public records disclosure laws. Preferred qualifications include thorough knowledge of campus processes, protocols and procedures and directly relevant experience in either COI or CPRA.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary range is $60,800 (Minimum) to $118,300 (Maximum). Candidates are typically hired up to the range midpoint. The University provides an excellent benefits package, including a variety of tax-deferred savings and retirement programs.
All interested applicants, go to: jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=54850 The position will remain open until filled. To ensure full consideration, candidates should apply online by January 3, 2012.
The University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
The Office of General Counsel (OGC) delivers ethical, timely, efficient and high quality legal services to the University of California ten campuses, five medical centers, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, as well as to the Board of Regents, the President, the Chancellors and other officers of the University. Its services include prosecuting and defending litigation, drafting and negotiating agreements, providing advice, counsel and interpretation of laws, regulations and policies, and assisting with development of effective compliance and risk mitigation strategies to facilitate the University's complex operations.