Job Search & Career Building Resources

updated November 19

Within Campus Life Services, financial conditions due to COVID-19 have resulted in some staff reductions, including layoffs and reductions in time – both temporary and permanent.  To help impacted CLS staff find job opportunities, this web page has been created.  The site includes listings of both temporary and permanent positions as well as other resources to help job seekers. If you need assistance using the services identified on this web page, contact information is provided at the bottom.

UCSF Job Opportunities

New jobs are posted daily on the UCSF job boards. 

Jobs at UCSF

CLS Facilities Services is looking for 11 Senior Custodians.  Apply on UCSF Brass Ring. #56785BR

Redeployment Opportunities
Health Redeployment Pool – Health is looking for Guest Services Screener Representatives, a 3-month, full-time assignment. Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to express interest.

Campus Redeployment Pool – Various assignments such as Administrative Support, Clinical Research Coordinators, Help Desk personnel, Training Facilitator, etc. in multiple locations and appointment lengths. Access these opportunities via the COVID Workforce Platform.

UC Alumni Career Network is a great resource for you!
Provides UC alumni and community members with the insights, information, and connections to launch, grow and expand your career opportunities. Visit UC Alumni Career Network.

Outplacement Services
Outplacement Services are available through Career Arc for ALL impacted staff. These services are available at no cost to the employee. Services are available in Spanish upon request. Contact Kristen Mart at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

Career Arc Outplacement Services Flyer - Silver Package

Recordings of past webinars: - (MyAccess login may be required)
August 6 - Resume and Cover Letter Workshop hosted by UCSF’s Talent Acquisition  (Audio at the moment, video coming soon)

August 11 - Building Your Network with LinkedIn

August 20 - Resume and Cover Letter Workshop  (Link to the PPT presentation)

Resume & Cover Letter Review

185 Powerful Action Verbs for Great Resumes

Cathleen Stugard and Elicia Rozic are available to review resumes and cover letters.  Reach out! They are happy to help you!

My UC Career Portal
One-stop portal offers self-guided modules to related to career advancement, including job searches. UC email address required to create a My UC Career account.

Job Search: View all UC opportunities by job type, location, or career level and create multiple alerts for new postings that are most interesting.

Resume: Build a new resume or revise an existing resume using the step by step online resume workshop, or view resume building guides and samples.

Tell Your Story: Create a pitch statement, cover letter to tell what you have to offer and how you can help the organization succeed.

Pre and Post Interview: Practice interview skills, review interview guides, create a post-interview thank you note, and review the offer negotiation guide and decision-making tools.

UC Alumni Career Network
Provides UC alumni and community members with the insights, information, and connections to launch, grow and expand your career opportunities. Visit UC Alumni Career Network.

UC Learning Center
Offers a variety of training from the Skillsoft Library, including modules on writing, Microsoft Office, presentations and more. Visit UC Learning Center (MyAccess required).

CA EDD: Toolbox for Job Seeker*
The Toolbox for Job Seekers provides tools and resources for California’s job seekers to assist in their job search, career exploration, and training needs. Visit CA EDD. (*Available in Spanish)

Job Boards
Jobs at UCSF


Monster Jobs

Career Builder


Zip Recruiter

Jobs at the City and County of SF

Other UCSF Resources

Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
All members of the UCSF community are invited to FSAP’s confidential employee assistance services provided at no cost.  FSAP is a great resource if you just need to talk with someone.

COPE Program is another resource for employees created to provide mental health support to employees affected by the pandemic and other additional stressors this year.

Questions about accrued vacation time and other HR matters:  Contact your HR Generalist or visit PeopleConnect and post a question. MyAccess login required.

Questions about your Benefits:  Contact Kevin Ching at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


For more information on this page, please contact Cathleen Stugard at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 415.476-7784