UCLA Talent Match
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the downscaling of operations in certain parts of the campus, and staffing shortages in other areas. UCLA Campus Human Resources (CHR) has developed the Talent Match Program to provide job reassignment opportunities for current staff on the UCLA Campus and at UCLA Health.
With impacted employees
With temporary reassignment job opportunities
Interested in temporary reassignment job opportunites
Interested in student jobs
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UCLA departments with impacted employees that do not have work, please download and complete the Impacted Staff & Department Job Opportunities Form – Impacted Employee Tab” and email your form back to Michael Yates at [email protected]
CHR will attempt to match your impacted staff with available reassignment job opportunities.
UCLA departments with job opportunities, please download and complete the Impacted Staff & Department Job Opportunities Form – Dept Job Opportunities Tab” and email your form back to Michael Yates at [email protected]
CHR will attempt to match your job with an impacted staff member.
UCLA employees that are currently on payroll may join the Talent Match Pool by completing the Availability & Interest Form”
CHR will attempt to match you to available job opportunities. Please check with your supervisor before completing the form.
In an effort to help students find job opportunities, all UCLA student job opportunities will be posted on Handshake. Please visit the access link below to find and apply for jobs.
Departments will contact students directly, if selected, through the use of Handshake.
Funding for employee salaries and benefits may vary based on the Home Department or Host Departments funding capabilities, Organization, or other funding sources. For most reassignments, the Host Department is responsible for paying the employee salary and benefits, consistent with applicable UC policies and collective bargaining agreement provisions.
The Home Department may agree to fully or partially fund the employee’s salary & benefits. The Host Department and Home Department should document the terms of any such co-funding agreements and specify how the salary cost will transfer to the Home Department.
Funding for some reassignments may be through designated university or government funds. In these cases, neither the Host Department nor the Home Department is responsible for funding the employee salary and benefits. It is the Host Department’s responsibility to confirm with their Vice Chancellor or Dean, Home Department, and/or Campus Human Resources the source of funding before engaging an employee through Talent Match.
If any department utilizes Talent Match to employ casual-restricted employees, the department where the work is performed will establish the appointment per the regular processes for temporary employment and fund the position.
- ACCESS LINK to the types of jobs available: UCLA Talent Match Jobs