University of California, San Diego
February 24, 2005
KEY ADMINISTRATORS/KEY SUPPORT STAFF (including UCSD Healthcare)
As a federal contractor, UCSD is required to periodically review its affirmative action job groups. A job group is a set of job titles that share similar job duties, similar compensation, and similar opportunities for advancement. As a result of the review, the staff job groups were reorganized and streamlined. Instead of 48 job groups, there are now 28 new job groups. All staff payroll titles used at UCSD have been placed in one of the 28 job groups. Click on http://www-hr.ucsd.edu/saa/title.pdf to view the configuration of the new job groups.
Additionally, following the reorganization of the staff job groups, availability data was developed based on the 2000 Census and historical employment data. Availability is an estimate of qualified females and people of color available for employment in a job group. As a federal contractor, UCSD is required to determine areas where female or people of color representation within a job group falls below market availability. Falling below market availability is commonly known as "underutilization." Click on http://joblink.ucsd.edu/mwb/uuinfo.html to see if a staff job title is underutilized in your vice chancellor area.
If you have questions about the job groups or the availability data, please contact Paula Doss or Paul Chan at (858)534-3694.