UCSF is committed to reflecting the diversity of California's population across all levels of our staff by working to recruit and retain diverse employees, particularly those who have been systematically and historically underrepresented in leadership positions.
To advance these efforts, the Office of Diversity and Outreach, in partnership with Human Resources, has implemented a UCSF-wide process improvement to disrupt unconscious bias present in our hiring and promotions processes. This includes data-driven best practices, standardized work for hiring senior staff and leadership positions (M3 and above), a Staff Equity Advisor offering training and consultations, and the requirement that candidates submit a Contributions to Diversity statement as part of their recruitment process.
If you are hiring for a leadership role or would like more information, please contact the program lead for the Staff Equity Advisor:
- Alejandra Rincón, PhD
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief of Staff, Office of Diversity and Outreach
If you have an upcoming search, please contact the HR representative for this initiative:
- Jessica Driessler, MBA, RACR
Associate Director, Talent Acquisition Campus and Health
Open Call: UCSF Staff Equity Advisors - Apply by July 9
The Office of Diversity and Human Resources are excited to announce the opening of the recruitment process for the inaugural Staff Equity Advisors. The Staff Equity Advisors will work to advance one of the six pillars of the UCSF Anti-Racism Initiative, namely the effort to "Achieve Demographic Diversity in Leadership”.
To ensure that excellence, equity and diversity are considered in all aspects of staff recruitment and hiring process, Staff Equity Advisors will provide the stewardship of upper management recruitment at the Manager 3 level and above, work with hiring managers, train search committees and monitor search processes and outcomes that are in alignment with UCSF’s Anti-Racism Initiative.
This professional advancement opportunity is for UCSF staff employees in the P5 or M1 job classification.* Those who are admitted as a Staff Equity Advisor will be compensated with a stipend for their service and must commit to serve for one year starting from the first day of training in mid-August 2021.
See the position summary for full details regarding this opportunity including job functions, eligibility, required qualifications and training expectation.
Apply here by July 9, 2021.
Send your questions to [email protected].
* Contact your HR representative if you are unsure about your job classification.
Information & Resources
- Contributions to Diversity Statement
- Guidance on Composition of Leadership Committees
- Leading with Diversity: Strategies for Recruitment and Retention - University of California CORO Leadership Collaborative, Northern Cohort
- Leading with Diversity: UC as a National Model for Cultivating Diverse Leaders – University of California CORO Leadership Collaborative Report, Northern Cohort Recommendations