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UCOP HR launches new UCOP job description system

As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our hiring process, UCOP Human Resources is excited to announce the launch of UCOP Job Builder by JDX – a new job description system that will streamline the process for creating, managing and storing job descriptions. This system replaces our existing Job Builder system and is part of a systemwide effort to make aspects of the job description format and process consistent throughout the university.

Launched on Jan. 23, Job Builder by JDX allows you to:

  • View, print and/or download a copy of your job description.
  • Acknowledge receipt of your job description online upon hire
  • View the Career Tracks Job Standards (Career Tracks is the systemwide compensation and classification system for non-represented positions.)

If you are a manager or supervisor, you can also use the system to create, store and route job descriptions for review and approval, use the job comparison tools to view jobs and their revisions side-by-side, and pre-format job posting information to copy over to the Talent Acquisition Management (TAM) system in one step.

UCOP Job Builder by JDX Training

Attend a training session to learn how to navigate and use all the features of UCOP Job Builder by JDX.

Training Sessions for Employees

Training Sessions for Managers/Supervisors

  • Dates: Jan. 24, 26, 27 and 31; Feb. 2 and 3
  • Time: 10 – 11:30 a.m. (PT)
  • Zoom:
    Meeting ID: 965 1623 5918
    • No passcode required

System Access

Access UCOP Job Builder by JDX here. Job Builder uses single sign-on technology and multi-factor authentication to allow you to log in. We strongly recommend that you take the training before using the system.

Where to go for help

If you have trouble navigating or using the system, please refer to the training and associated resources.

For questions about your job description, contact your manager/supervisor or HR business partner.


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