New Careers Website

For Faculty and Staff

The new Careers website launched June 12, 2014. It aims to better highlight the people and the opportunities that exist across UBC. In addition to its fresh, new look, the site introduces new features and content based on the work developing a career navigation framework and the UBC employer story.

Highlights include:

  • Six staff career categories to provide transparency into the types of roles available. All staff roles have been mapped to the six categories. Each career category page on the site shows current openings in each category.
  • Introduction to the resources that are available to support faculty and staff to  think about their careers, including the introduction of Pooja Khandelwal as the Career Navigation and Transition Consultant.
  • UBC staff and faculty career stories, intended to share career possibilities at UBC and inspire those within and outside the university.
  • The “UBC Advantage” – a clear articulation of what UBC offers as an employer and what makes us different, based on five elements.

We hope you take time to explore the site and come back to it often as you think about your career and the career of others.

Information Security Standards now available for review

Please share this with your staff and faculty

Oliver Grüter-Andrew, Chief Information Office, has requested feedback on the drafted Information Security Standards. As part of the University’s continuing investment in improving UBC’s information security, a complete set of Information Security Standards for the university has now been drafted following a six-month consultation process. The Standards will be finalized on August 15th, after a period of community review.  Feedback on a model for an implementation roadmap is also appreciated. Information about the standards and the implementation roadmap can be found at http://cio.ubc.ca/securitystandards .

Please provide Policy  feedback  by July 18th on the contents of the Standards and proposed implementation roadmap so any necessary changes can be made before these documents are published in final form on August 15th.  This information can be provided via  feedback form or by email to information.security@ubc.ca.

 

One on One Interviews

For HR Administrators

UBC is currently featuring one-on-one interviews at www.ubc.ca. The interviews, an ongoing series aimed at getting ‘behind the scenes’ with senior leadership at UBC. Currently there are two interviews: Lisa Castle, VP Human Resources and John Hepburn, VP Research & International

They answer a set of diverse questions, such as:

  • What Quality do you most admire in a leader?
  • Who are your favourite writers?
  • What advice would you give a young student just starting out?