About this Event
Please join us for "Exploring Your Career: Career Pathing and Tracking," the keynote event of UCSF Staff Resource Month's Professional Development Series!
Presenters: Alejandra Rincón, PhD, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief of Staff, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and Michael Jones, Workforce Development Consultant, Learning and Organization Development
Topics explored include: Overview of how staff can create a career at UCSF; how to understand and use Career Tracks categories to map a career path at UCSF; how to identify different job categories and titles to find paths of advancement, additional tools to help inform a career path at UCSF, and opportunities as both managers to develop teams and as interested applicants. Presentations will be followed by an audience Q & A.
This event is part of UCSF Staff Resource Month. UCSF Staff Resource Month connects staff to UCSF and community resources that support personal and professional development. The events promote understanding and belonging across professional and personal identities, approaching UCSF staff fulfillment and growth through an equity lens. Presentations offered include financial planning, career fulfillment, physical and emotional wellbeing, technology, and staff groups. Previously under the title Staff Resource Day, the event expanded to three virtual days in 2021 with great success and expanded attendance. This year, the event has further expanded to one month of virtual events. Staff Resource Days will take place throughout the month of May 2022. Staff Resource Day is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Outreach, Campus Life Services, Human Resources, UCSF Health, and the Staff Subcommittee for the Council on Campus Climate, Culture and Inclusion (4CI).
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