Jobs in IT at the University of California
There are many open positions in IT across the UC locations at any one time. The UC Office of the President hosts a website where you can search for all IT jobs at any or all locations. For example, try using the keyword “information technology,” or a job title, and select All Locations.
Occasionally, a campus CIO will feature a particular open position (see below). These positions are posted here for one to two months. Notification about them is sent out via the subscription newsletter for the UC IT Blog.
Participates with other senior managers to establish strategic plans and objectives. Makes decisions on Information Systems matters and ensures achievement of objectives. Responsible for managing and directing a large department or system wide program. Reviews and approves recommendations for operational planning and control. Erroneous decisions will have a serious impact on the overall success of system wide payroll and HR processes.
The Technology Delivery Services (TDS) Human Resources and Payroll application leader for UCOP leads and directs all Development and Technical Operations of this UCOP IT unit. In addition, coordinates defined multi-campus technology services across the University of California. The position directs a large, highly technical unit through subordinate managers who are responsible for primarily development of the enterprise applications associated with UC Path, PPS and related applications and functions.
Reporting to and working closely with the CIO, provides management to develop a vision and plan for the HR and Payroll applications and partnering with the Infrastructure team as a high-quality and cost-effective service provider for UCOP and all campuses, labs, and health systems.
The TDS HR and Payroll applications leader is a dynamic and motivational leader who ensures the TDS organization adopts modern service strategies, takes advantage of the University’s existing assets, builds the required competencies for the team’s future, and leverages best practices of the technology marketplace.