Campus Only Recruitment

The UC-wide policy PPSM 20, Recruitment and Promotion, was recently revised with the objective of fostering career development in the UC system. Campus Only Recruitment (COR) is a competitive process to engage and grow all qualified staff who are already members of our campus community.

To see a Unit/Division's available opportunities, simply click on the appropriate banner below. If you would like to add a Unit/Division to this web page, please send an email to and include a short description of the Unit/Division.

Colleges, Housing and Educational Services (CHES) creates, implements and maintains a comprehensive array of living learning programs and support services that advance UCSC’s educational, research, and public service mission.

Copy, Mail and Receiving Services offers shipping & receiving services, moving services, surplus services, rentals, and e-waste recycling services for the University

The Chancellor of UC Santa Cruz has called the Division of Social Sciences the heart and soul of the university, and for good reason. The division is the largest academic unit on campus. It includes about 45 percent of undergraduate majors and nearly 30 percent of graduate students, and course enrollments are at an all-time high.

The Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (EEB), is devoted to the study of ecological and evolutionary processes in marine and terrestrial and freshwater environments.Advances in both analytical and genetic methods have given us a far more sophisticated understanding of the complexities of ecological and evolutionary processes in the natural world. Biologists at UCSC have played and will continue to play an important part in these advances, and the campus programs offer unique educational opportunities in biology that feature small class sizes and extensive faculty-student interactions.

The mission of Information Technology Services (ITS) is to provide high quality infrastructure, support, and innovation in the delivery of services and security to UCSC. We strive to help make it easier for everyone at UCSC to learn, teach, research, and work through the effective deployment and use of information technology.

The Institute for Scientist and Engineer Educators (ISEE) is a growing interdisciplinary research center in the Division of Social Sciences that enhances the professional preparation of science and engineering (S&E) undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers.

Office of Planning and Budget develops and maintains relevant databases, provides analyses of policies and programs, assists campus decision-makers as they determine campus priorities, and helps develop strategies designed to achieve these priorities.

UC Santa Cruz strives to create an environment in which all students can succeed. We are committed to helping all students graduate, graduate in good time, and thrive academically. We are also committed to enrolling and nurturing students who reflect the full diversity of California as part of our campus commitment to equity and excellence. Finally, we understand student success as a joint responsibility of the student and the institution, and we work to create institutional structures and conditions that support all students on their educational journey.

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The University of California, Santa Cruz is committed to establishing and maintaining employment practices, which provide equal employment opportunities to otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities and which do not unlawfully discriminate against or in any way disadvantage individuals on the basis of their disability. Job seekers with disabilities requiring an accommodation during the application process should call, 831-459-2009.

Job seekers or current employees who believe their rights under the ADA/FEHA have been violated should contact: ADA Compliance Officer for Employment, (831) 459-3676.

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