Working at UCSF

The second-largest employer in the city and the fifth-largest in the San Francisco Bay Area, UC San Francisco seeks motivated and talented faculty and staff to help it achieve its advancing health worldwide™ mission.

Employees of Campus Life Services pose for a photo

UCSF – virtually an industry of its own – provides myriad employment opportunities ranging from academic appointments for faculty scientists, scholars and health care professionals to managerial and administrative positions, as well as service industry jobs such as shuttle bus drivers, custodians and cafeteria workers.

UCSF is a $3.6 billion enterprise contributing to the overall economic impact in San Francisco. According to a 2010 Economic Impact Report, UCSF accounts for 5.6 percent of the city’s total employment

With the ongoing growth at its newest campus at Mission Bay, UCSF will need to recruit and hire more people who share a common interest in furthering its core activities of patient care, research and education.

UCSF operates in many other San Francisco neighborhoods, including Parnassus Heights, Laurel Heights, the Mission District, downtown and the Western Addition, among others. UCSF employees also work at affiliated hospitals – San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center and San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

As part of the 10-campus University of California, UCSF provides exceptional benefits in addition to the special intellectual and cultural advantages of being a member of a world-renowned University community. UCSF offers outstanding health and welfare benefits and programs for retirement that are considered to be among the finest in higher education.

UCSF seeks candidates whose work experience or community service has prepared them to contribute to its commitment to diversity and excellence. UCSF is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

Employment Listings

Staff Positions at UCSF Campus and UCSF Medical Center.

Academic Positions