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Posting Jobs for Internal Recruitment Only

Internal recruitment options, requirements and considerations.

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Types, requirements and considerations

The following are types of internal recruitment options, requirements and considerations for posting jobs as internal recruitment only.

Internal Recruitment Program

Specific classifications within the Internal Recruitment Program. Departments will receive internal applicants first for priority consideration. If an internal candidate is selected from that pool through an open recruitment, external candidates will not be considered. Departments may request to see external candidates if the pool is not sufficient.

More Internal Recruitment Program details. (This site will be updated to include Career Track Titles soon.)

UC San Diego Department Only Posting

May only occur if the department will not backfill the position an internal candidate vacated when hired into a position within the department. This typically happens due to a restructure, reorganization, etc. The vacated position may not be backfilled—indefinitely. The intent is that the department avoids displacing an internal employee via an open recruitment process. For example, if a department has 5 analysts and creates an analyst-supervisor position, it may hire one of the five analysts for the analyst-supervisor position and not backfill or eliminate the vacated analyst position indefinitely.

UC San Diego Campus Only Posting

May occur if the Director of Equal Opportunity determines that there is sufficient diversity within the feeder job groups at UC San Diego for the underutilization group(s) specified for the position the department intends to post. 

UC System Wide Only Posting

May occur if the Director of Equal Opportunity determines that there is sufficient diversity within the feeder job groups within the UC system for the underutilization group(s) for the position the department intends to post.

Note: Melissa Williams serves as the Director of Equal Opportunity, which is responsible for determining sufficient diversity within feeder pools.