Housing & Hospitality Services supports the teaching, research, and public service mission of the University by delivering to our customers a wide array of quality services, products, and programs. The department currently operates within a $345M operating budget, employs approximately 1,850 FTE (2,500 team members) covered by MSP, PSS, Skilled Crafts, Clerical and Service bargaining unit agreements. H&HS is responsible for maintaining and enhancing more than 120 stand-alone structures and landscape incorporating 8.1 million gross square feet. Currently, H&HS provides room and board accommodations to approximately 13,200 single undergraduates, and 5,200 graduate student families, single graduates, upper division undergraduates, faculty and postdoctoral scholars. In addition, H&HS is responsible for the UCLA Luskin Conference and Guest Center, a 254-room hotel on campus; UCLA Conference Center and Bruin Woods Family Resort located in Lake Arrowhead; the 61-room UCLA Guest House located on campus; UCLA Vending Services; UCLA Catering, and the UCLA Community Housing Office, which provides services to the campus community-at-large.
Reporting to the Director of Housing Maintenance, with advisement from the UCLA Chief Sustainability Officer, the Sustainability Manager will develop, coordinate, administer, and maintain sustainability-related programs and policies within Housing & Hospitality Services (H&HS) geared toward achieving buy-in and habit transformation from residents and team members. Responsibilities will include acting as a catalyst for activities and commitment to sustainability by developing and implementing programs; identifying opportunities for continuous environmental improvements and developing and implementing programs to deliver these; promoting and coordinating the integration of environmental and sustainability initiatives into policies, rules, products, services, and operations; measuring and reporting the financial and environmental successes of implemented programs and initiatives; and connecting with and support the academic mission by engaging students and faculty in the environmental and social performance of the institution, and by using H&HS as a living laboratory. The Sustainability Manager will work closely with the UCLA Chief Sustainability Officer, Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer, and other sustainability officers on campus to ensure that H&HS sustainability programs and policies are integrated into a cohesive University-wide program. ”
22225 Talent Acquisition Manager 6/18/2015 8/30/2015 Full Time Administration and Professional Services http://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=65989 “Under the general direction of the Director, HR and Payroll Center for Administration, serves as the Talent Acquisition Manager for Housing and Hospitality Services and other departments in Administration. The Talent Acquisition Manager is responsible for creating and implementing a division-wide talent acquisition strategy including: employment branding, sourcing, evaluation, selection of talent for all levels within the serviced client groups. This position works collaboratively with Human Resources and various business units to assess talent needs and build a pipeline of qualified candidates, and leads the development and deployment of effective recruiting tactics and processes. In addition, this position ensures that the organization’s hiring practices are applied consistently, and in compliance with University policies and procedures, Affirmative Action guidelines, applicable employment legislation and regulations. This role will develop a strategic, multi-faceted sourcing plan to insure a consistent flow of qualified candidates is met to fulfill key business objectives.
The primary function of the Talent Acquisition Manager is to provide consultative support and direction to the leadership team concerning various HR topics, including employment, job analysis, job postings, recruitment, retention, and interviewing strategies. Additionally, the incumbent manages the full-cycle talent acquisition process in partnership with managed client groups under the HRPC Administration. This position provides ongoing recruitment related training and support to hiring managers and directors, collaborates with search committees on outreach and advertising strategies, and partners with industry contacts and trade groups. Incumbent will lead the recruitment efforts of the pre-opening activities for the Luskin Hotel and Conference Center, scheduled to open in July 2016.
Proactively guides management on challenging classifications, position management, and/or hiring and staffing issues; prepares recruiting metrics and turnover analysis. Incumbent organizes initial retention programs for Housing and Hospitality Services. Provides input on other HR related programs such as the On-boarding, with the objective of having a holistic approach to recruitment, retention and succession planning cycles.