Call for Staff Advisor to the Regents

February 06, 2015

(Unit Managers: Please post a paper copy of this message for people in your area who do not have regular computer access.)

To: UCSC Staff and Non-Senate Academic Employees
From: Lori Castro, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor Staff Human Resources; Pamela Peterson, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic Personnel

The University is pleased to announce the application period for selection of the 2015-2017 Staff Advisor to the UC Board of Regents. The application period began Tuesday, January 20, 2015 and will end on Friday, March 6, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.  Interested UC staff and non-Senate academic employees are encouraged to visit the UCnet website for information about the role and responsibilities of the position and how to apply, including a complete explanation of eligibility:
http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/2015/01/application-period-for-next-staff-advisor-to-the-regents-begins-jan.-20.html 

For employees without computer or internet access, hard copies of the application form and all relevant information on the process can be obtained from either the UCSC Academic Personnel Office, 499 Kerr Hall, or the Staff Human Resources Employment Office, 1201 Shaffer Road.

Questions about the Staff Advisor position or the application process should be directed to Juliann Martinez, UCOP Employee Relations, at 510-287-3331, or by email to Juliann.Martinez@ucop.edu.

About the staff advisors to the Regents

A continuing goal of the UC Regents is to foster two-way communication between UC staff and the board. In January 2007, the Regents voted unanimously to establish positions for two staff advisors to participate in their deliberative process and to provide a staff perspective on matters coming before the board.

One new staff advisor is selected each year for a two-year term. The staff advisors serve as non-voting advisors to designated Regents' committees; they attend and participate directly in committee and board meetings throughout their term of service, and visit many of the campuses to solicit input from staff. Eligible employees interested in public policy, advocacy and understanding the future direction of the university are encouraged to apply.