University of California, Riverside

Human Resources



Roles & Responsibilities


The individual roles listed below have been identified as key to the recruitment and selection process:

Hiring Manager (HM)

  • Identifies hiring need, develops the position description, Recruitment Plan, organizational chart and other recruitment related documents
  • May serve as Search Committee Chair and identifies Search Committee members
  • Conducts recruitments showing good faith efforts to broaden diversity
  • Ensures understanding of collective bargaining agreements’ specific provisions with respect to filling of bargaining unit positions

Departmental Human Resources/Service Center Coordinator (HRC or SCC)

  • Works with the (HM) to prepare the job description and ensures proper procedures for review and approval are met at the department level
  • Initiates recruitment via the ATS
  • Posts recruitment on selected job boards
  • Routes recruitment to (OHRC/OSCC) for review and routing
  • Processes final offer and finalizes the recruitment in the ATS
  • Notifies interviewees not selected

Organizational Human Resources/Service Center Coordinator (OHRC/SCC)

  • Reviews recruitments and provides oversight of the recruitment process
  • Routes online recruitment requests to Human Resources for job classification and posting to ATS
  • May coordinate short list review

Human Resources Classification Analyst (HRCA)

  • Reviews position description and assigns the Job Classification
  • Conducts Job Analysis upon request

Human Resources Recruitment Analyst (HRRA)

  • Reviews recruitment and posts to UCR Job Board (Jobs@UCR)
  • Ensures accurate and complete recruitment and selection guidelines and procedures

Search Committee (SC)

  • Selected by the Hiring Manager and assigned to each recruitment
  • Reviews applications, participates in the interview process and recommends final applicant

Affirmative Action and Compliance Liaison – Search Committee (AACL-SC)

  • Assigned by the Search Committee with the status and authority to ensure all aspects of the recruitment process are fair and unbiased and in compliance with Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity laws
  • Direct access to Equal Employment & Affirmative Action (EEAA) for assistance as needed

Equal Employment & Affirmative Action

  • Provides consultation and assistance during the recruitment process
  • Works with the AACO to ensure a diverse applicant pool exists
  • Provides guidance upon request to the AACL-SC to ensure all aspects of the recruitment process are fair and unbiased and incompliance with Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity laws
  • Provides diversity profile data, availability and placement goals
  • Reviews and approves interview short lists

Affirmative Action and Compliance Officer - (AACO)

  • Assigned by the organizational unit
  • Monitors staff recruitment activity and ensures affirmative action/diversity guidelines are followed for searches within the organization
  • May coordinate short list review
  • Works with the Equal Employment & Affirmative Action (EEAA) to ensure a diverse applicant pool exists

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Riverside, CA 92521
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Department Information

Human Resources
1201 University Ave., Suite 208
Riverside, CA 92507

Tel: (951) 827-5588
Fax: (951) 827-2672

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