Academic Employment Policies & Procedures
The University of California Academic Personnel Manual (APM) includes policies and procedures pertaining to the employment relationship between an academic appointee and the University of California. For academic appointees covered by a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the APM applies only to the extent provided for in the MOU.
The UC Academic Equal Employment & Affirmative Action Guidelines describe both mandatory and voluntary affirmative action programs, consistent with law and University policy, which may be undertaken to promote equal employment opportunity and diversity in the context of faculty employment practices.
UC Family Friendly Policies and Procedures assist faculty and other academic appointees in balancing the needs of work and family.
UC Santa Barbara Academic Recruitment Tools
UC Santa Barbara Academic Affirmative Action Recruitment Policies guide users through the local recruitment policies to ensure equal employment opportunities within the academic hiring process.
Affirmative Action Academic Recruitment Policy Presentation outlines the changes made to the Academic Affirmative Action Recruitment Policies in Fall 2010.
UC Recruit Academic Recruitment Workflows (Senate) are intended to help academic and research departments navigate the Senate Faculty recruitment process.
UC Recruit Academic Recruitment Workflows (Non-Senate) are intended to help academic and research departments navigate the Non-Senate Faculty recruitment process.
Academic Recruitment Forms are needed to complete the Affirmative Action Recuitment Process. This page is a crosswalk between the old and new processes. It indicates which forms to use, when to use them and a description of each of the forms.
Applicant Demographic Data Survey Instructions assist applicants who need to complete the Applicant Demographic Data Survey. The instructions include a privacy statement and definitions of survey terms.
Diversity Recuitment Publications is a list of possible recruiting locations that can be used in order to increase the diversity of applicant pools.
"Comparing Incumbency to Availability” displays the job groups, the total number of UC Santa Barbara employees in each job group, the percentage of minority or female UC Santa Barbara Employees (denoted as “Incumb”) within each job group and the respective availability figures for each of the minority or female categories. The Availability Figures should be used to answer question #3 on “Part 1 – Recruitment Plan for Academic Vacancies”.
“Placement Goals” includes the job groups, whether or not a goal was set and, if a goal was set, what the goal was for each of the minority and female categories. The Placement Goal table should be used to answer question #4 on “Part 1 – Recruitment Plan for Academic Vacancies”.
For more questions regarding local academic equal employment opportunity policies and procedures please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity & Sexual Harassment / Title IX Compliance.Back to the top