As part of ongoing efforts to make UC San Francisco a great place to work, UCSF will conduct a survey of all staff to gauge their level of engagement and satisfaction as employees.
All staff are encouraged to express their voices candidly by completing the short confidential survey, which will be open from April 24 through May 15. UCSF’s goal is to hear from all UCSF staff.
UCSF joined eight research universities and a major cancer institute in announcing plans to give would-be life scientists clear, standardized data on graduate school admissions, education and training opportunities, and career prospects.
UC San Francisco is virtually an industry of its own. As the second-largest employer in the city and the fourth-largest in the Bay Area, we provide myriad employment opportunities to support our mission of advancing health worldwide.
A new faculty climate survey finds that while three-quarters of faculty are generally satisfied with their careers at UCSF, there is room for improvement particularly related to campus climate for women, balancing work and family life and financial challenges of living and working in San Francisco.