UCLA Health Human Resources serves to bring together and develop the very best, brightest and caring people in healthcare. Along the way, we are here to help provide you with an oustanding professional work experience matched by highly competitive pay and benefits, and professional resources to help you reach your full potential.
10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90095
General Information: (310) 794-0500
Talent Acquisition/Careers: (310) 794-0505
Talent Acquisition/Careers: (310) 794-0620
HR Mission Statement
Creating partnerships through integrity, knowledge, and service excellence.
HR Vision Statement
Our People: Best Principles | Best Practices | Best Performance
HR Guiding Principles
Knowledgeable | Resourceful | Responsive | Collaborative | Trusted
UCLA Health is in regular contact with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the LA County Department of Public Health and our public health partners to limit the spread of COVID-19. As a leading academic medical center, we are uniquely positioned to support this challenge.
Child Care Resources for UCLA Faculty, Staff, and Students
As the women and men in America’s hospitals and health systems heroically fight COVID-19 on behalf of their patients and communities, a number of companies are offering discounts to these front-line health care workers and those who want to support them.
If you are a manager and you require additional staff or have attending physicians and/ or staff that are available for redeployment, use the enclosed forms to standardize staffing requests across the Health System.
During this COVID-19 pandemic, employees who are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 may request reasonable accommodations or workplace adjustments. This includes employees who are older adults and are at increased risk due to age and/or who are at increased risk due to underlying medical conditions. Please check the CDC's COVID-19 website for the most up to date information about people at increased for severe illness
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the City of Los Angeles have dedicated part of their CARES Act funding to provide child care services (vouchers) for essential workers and low-income working parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Child Care Alliance of Los Angeles (CCALA) and its partner agencies will distribute these funds to eligible essential workers.
The Employee Experience Center is an easy-to-use online portal with these helpful features:
Over the coming months, we’ll expand the Employee Experience Center to incorporate additional HR services and knowledge articles into the portal as we continue to enhance the employee experience.
To learn more about the Employee Experience Center, check out the article available from the Employee Experience Center homepage and journey through the available online Tours located throughout the portal.
If you have any questions about how to use the Employee Experience Center, simply click on the Get Help link on the home page and tell us how we can help!
*DGSOM employees continue to receive benefits support from campus HR and should continue to follow current processes for requesting benefits support.
Getting vaccinated against influenza is the single most effective way to protect yourself and our patients.
Bright Horizons at UCLA Westwood
Learn what sets Bright Horizons at UCLA Westwood apart: experienced teachers who guide each child’s development, welcoming classrooms for all families, programs that grow with your child through every age and stage, and so much more.
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What’s Next in Work, Parenting, and Wellness Live Webinar
Tuesday, March 30 at 3:00 p.m. ET
Join us as experts discuss and reflect on parenting and caregiving during the pandemic, providing guidance and insights for the road ahead on three topics important to
families: health and safety, work-life integration, and wellness.
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Click here for Health and Safe at Bright Horizons Webinar
UC's Council of Chancellors has unanimously approved a recommendation for a new paid family leave benefit for UC employees, effective July 1, 2021. This recommendation, supported by President Napolitano and Systemwide Human Resources, provides eight weeks of leave at 70% of wages for UC faculty and staff who need time off to care for a seriously ill family member or bond with a new child.
If you have not already enrolled, please click on the following link Symptom Tracking Survey Tool
UCOP Assigned Training (UC Cyber Security Awareness Training, UC Ethical Values and Conduct, UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Prevention Training, Workplace Violence Prevention in Healthcare)