Department managers will receive a list of all employees who may be impacted by the Career Tracks Implementation this week. 

Based on feedback received from the Career Tracks Advisory Committee comprised of representatives from the various Control Points, we would like to provide supervisors and managers the opportunity to do one or both of the following: 

  1. Provide revised/updated job descriptions if you believe the job description on file no longer accurately reflects the work the employee is performing.  
  2. Provide a list of employees who are doing similar work within your unit, and provide a single job description for this group. You may also provide the name of an employee that you know has a job description on file.  

This will not be the only opportunity for supervisors and managers to submit updated documentation for their employees, and participation in this exercise is optional.  

This submission process will end on Nov. 6, 2015. Submissions received after this date will be held for review after the departmental portion of the Round 1 Mapping process* has been completed. Please send submissions to [email protected]. (Note: This email address will be used for the collection of materials throughout the Career Tracks initiative.)

As a reminder, the scope of this initiative is Managers and Senior Professionals (MSP) and Professional and Support Staff (PSS) jobs only. Senior Management Group (SMG), academics, and represented employees will not be affected. Career Tracks is not intended to impact an employee’s base pay, working title (“business card” title), or key job duties.  

Please direct questions to Aron Lewis, Career Tracks Project Lead, at [email protected] or 415/502-7355. Additional information can be found here.

*Round 1 mapping encompasses both the departmental review of the mapping spreadsheets and their recommendations for changes, as well as the follow up review by the UC Office of the President and UCSF Compensation. This round does not include information on assigned grades/salary ranges.