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.

The Art Department approaches art making as a rigorous creative practice, which can reflect upon, intervene and transform the world in which we live. Building upon the rich intellectual history and culture of UCSC, our faculty and staff are dedicated to and believe in the transformational potential of the creative arts. We value public education, diversity, intellectual rigor and skill building in our teaching, art making, and research. We see art practice as producing important creative strategies, practices, models and alternatives for envisioning the present and for moving into the future.

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.

As Chief Academic and Administrative Officer for the campus, all Administrative Vice Chancellors, Academic Deans, Vice Provosts, and Academic Personnel report to Campus Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor (CP/EVC) Marlene Tromp. This group comprises the Leadership Team.

UCSC Extension, the leading workforce educator in Silicon Valley, is the only institution in the area to offer University of California-quality accredited courses designed by experienced instructors who are actually working in their field. Whatever your career goals, consider what distinguishes UCSC Extension: Onsite instruction and networking in the heart of Silicon Valley; Practical skill-based job development that directly aligns with the needs of our regional workforce; Convenient class times and dynamic online learning for working professionals; Project-based learning that helps you build your portfolio and skills resume; Instructors who are working professionals in their field; and More than a century-long history of quality, branded, trustworthy workforce development.

The Division of Undergraduate Education sets the foundation for an exceptional undergraduate experience, resulting in a world-class education that produces global leaders. The division includes the Educational Partnership Center, Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Campus Orientation Programs, Office of the Registrar, Summer Session, Campus Advising Coordination, and the undergraduate academic colleges.

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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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