UCPath Center Information Sessions Dec. 10, 2012
A key component of the UCPath initiative related to implementation of a new payroll/personnel system will be the opening of the new UCPath Center in Riverside, California. The Center will handle transactions related to payroll, benefits administration, leave management and workforce administration, with the objective of providing high-quality customer service for all UC locations.
The UCPath Center team from the Office of the President will be coming to UCLA on December 10, 2012, to provide information to interested staff about recruitment plans and job opportunities at the Center. Three sessions have been scheduled at the Faculty Center, California Room, and are open to all UCLA employees. The sessions will be held at 9 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. and are approximately 90 minutes each.
The information sessions will cover the following topics:
- Role of the UCPath Center
- What it’s like to work in a shared service center
- UCPath Center career opportunities and how to apply
- Staffing timeline and UC employee priority consideration
- Training for UCPath Center employees
To register for the event, go to the UC Learning Center in Related Information and log in with your UCLA Log-on credentials. Click on the Business and Operations category in the course catalogue and register for the session of your choice.
Recruitment has Opened
Although the information sessions are on December 10, 2012, recruitment has opened for new career opportunities at the UCPath Center. The UCPath Center is offering career opportunities in: Benefits, Payroll, Human Resources, Fulfillment and Records, Quality, Business Operations, HR Information systems, and Customer Service.
The University is committed to supporting the UC community by giving priority consideration to current UC employees seeking employment opportunities at the UCPath Center. All UC employees are encouraged to explore these opportunities, which can be found on the UC systemwide job board.
Applications from current UC employees will be screened, qualified applicants will be interviewed, and job offers will be made prior to interviewing external applicants. In the event that two candidates are equally qualified, priority will be given to current UC employees. By attracting current UC employees, the UCPath Center will build a team that is familiar with the University’s culture and better positioned to deliver quality service to UC employees.
The recruitment period for managerial, technical, and executive support positions closes on December 21, 2012; for all other positions the recruitment period will close on January 18, 2013.
For questions regarding the information sessions or UCPath Center opportunities, campus employees may contact Elaine Peters at firstname.lastname@example.org and Health System staff members may contact Kety Duron at email@example.com.
Campus Human Resources
Phone: (310) 794-0800 | Fax: (310) 794-0805