Compensation & Classification

Career Tracks

Welcome to the Career Tracks home page!

Career Tracks Campus Announcement (D-List memo)

Career Tracks Training - Employees

EMPLOYEES:

Trainings for all policy-covered employees to provide information regarding the new Career Tracks classification framework. All policy-covered employees are strongly encouraged to attend an in-person or webinar session.

Career Tracks Employee Training Schedule:

Pre-register for an in-person workshop through the UC Learning Center.

  1. Mon. 4/16/18, 9:30-11:30am, UCEN – Flying A Studio, Max Occup. 80
  2. Wed. 4/18/18, 9:00-11:00am, Eng Sci Bldg ESB-1001, Max Occup. 80
  3. Thu. 4/19/18, 10:00am-12:00pm, HR Learning Center, Max Occup. 30 (Also offered as a Webinar)
  4. Fri. 4/20/18, 9:30-11:30am, UCEN – Flying A Studio, Max Occup. 80
  5. Mon. 4/23/18, 9:00-11:00am, Eng Sci Bldg ESB-1001, Max Occup. 80
  6. Mon. 4/23/18, 1:30-3:30pm, HR Learning Center, Max Occup. 30 (Also offered as a Webinar)
  7. Wed. 4/25/18, 1:30-3:30pm, UCEN – Flying A Studio, Max Occup. 80
  8. Thu. 4/26/18, 9:30-11:30am, UCEN – Flying A Studio, Max Occup. 80

REVISED Webinar Information (pre-registration not required):

Trouble accessing webinar? Try going to ucsb.zoom.us, click on "Join a Meeting" and type in the Webinar ID.

Employee Drop-In Sessions:

Employees can "drop-in" and meet with a Compensation Analyst one-on-one to ask questions and learn more about Career Tracks.

  1. Mon. 5/21/18, 1:00-3:00pm,  HR Learning Center
  2. Tue. 5/22/18, 10:00am-12:00pm, HR Learning Center
  3. Thu. 5/24/18, 1:00-3:00pm, HR Learning Center
  4. Fri. 5/25/18, 10:00am-12:00pm, HR Learning Center

 

 

Career Tracks Training - Control Points and Managers

CONTROL POINTS AND MANAGERS:

Career Tracks (CT) Briefing for Control Points and Managers (pdf)

Career Tracks Manager Tool Kit (pdf)

Career Tracks (CT) Briefing for Control Points and Managers (video)

Implementation Briefing for Control Points and Managers:

Pre-register for a briefing through the UC Learning Center.

  1. Thu. 4/12/18, 9:00-10:00am, UCEN – SB Harbor Room, Max Occup. 80
  2. Thu 4/12/18, 2:00-3:00pm, HR Learning Center, Max Occup. 30 (Also offered as a Webinar)
  3. Fri. 4/13/18, 9:00-10:00am, UCEN – SB Harbor Room, Max Occup. 80
  4. Fri. 4/13/18, 2:00-3:00pm, HR Learning Center, Max Occup. 30 (Also offered as a Webinar)
  5. Mon. 4/16/18, 1:30-2:30pm, HR Learning Center, Max Occup. 30
  6. Thu. 4/19/18, 3:00-4:00pm, HR Learning Center, Max Occup. 30

REVISED Webinar Information (pre-registration not required):

Trouble accessing webinar? Try going to ucsb.zoom.us, click on "Join a Meeting" and type in the Webinar ID.

 

Systemwide Career Tracks

For more information (and FAQs) about Career Tracks, visit the campuses who are also in the process of or have already implemented Career Tracks:

UC OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

UC BERKELEY

UC DAVIS

UC MERCED

UC RIVERSIDE

UC SAN DIEGO

UC SAN FRANCISCO

UC SANTA CRUZ

April 2018

After several years of preparation, on-going consultation, and tremendous work by many employees across the campus and within Human Resources, we are pleased to announce that UCSB is in the final stages of implementing Career Tracks, the new classification framework for policy-covered staff at the University of California.  During this time, Human Resources has worked closely with over 160 supervisors, managers, business officers, directors, assistant/associate vice chancellors, and divisional control points to ensure a smooth transition to the new Career Tracks framework.  During the month of April, Human Resources will offer multiple workshops and webinars, open to all policy-covered staff, to explain the new classification framework and answer questions.  Transition to Career Tracks will begin May 1, 2018. 

What is Career Tracks?

Career Tracks is a new framework and job architecture that aligns jobs to respective labor markets by occupation.  Career Tracks enables UC to define job titles consistently within each location and across the university. Levels for individual contributor, supervisory and management roles are defined consistently across occupations for comparable jobs. Career Tracks makes it easier for employees to identify and develop career paths and contains well defined job standards that will replace the outdated Series Concepts and Classification Specifications for policy-covered jobs.