Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, we can upload a new updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress.
The majority of the positions on campus require a two week posting period before applications can be reviewed. In most cases the review process takes several weeks, if not months. After the department begins reviewing applications, they will contact applicants of interest directly for telephone screening and/or an in-person interview. While most applicants are initially contacted via telephone, they may also be contacted through e-mail. Make sure to check your spam folder as in some cases e-mails can be filtered by your service provider.
For a variety of reasons, including privacy protection, we are not able to provide that information. If you would like to address your cover letter, you can address it to “Dear Hiring Manager” or “Dear Hiring Committee.”
The University requires that applications are submitted through our online system.
Drop in computer access is available in the reception area at People & Culture, 2199 Addison Street (University Hall), Room 192, Berkeley, CA 94720-3540, please call ahead of time to ensure there is a computer available to use at (510) 642-4621.
There is a login help link. You may enter your username and get a new password sent to you via email or you may enter your email address and your username will be sent to you via email. Please make a note of the email address you used to register your username and password.
There are a number of solutions to this problem, however, it is up to you to troubleshoot.
- Try using a different browser.
- Use the browser’s “incognito” or “private” window to mask credentials that were previously used.
- Clear your browser’s cache.
- If you are an internal applicant, ensure you are logging into the UCPath Portal, navigate to Recruiting Workcenter & then click UCB Careers.
- Try using the password reset to reset your password.
If you still experience trouble, please contact our FirstContact Team at (510) 664-9000, Option 3, and please make note of any error messages you get for help with troubleshooting.
In most cases the review process takes several weeks, if not months. After the department begins reviewing applications, they will contact applicants of interest directly for telephone screening and/or in-person interview. While most applicants are initially contacted via telephone, they may also be contacted through e-mail. Make sure to check your spam folder as in some cases e-mails can be filtered by your service provider.
If a job is still posted after the posting end date, how can I find out if there is an extension to the posting?
The “First Review” date does not necessarily mean that the job posting will close down, however, due to the nature of the initial applicant pool it is not guaranteed that the position will remain open. In all cases you will receive an email notifying you of when the posting is closed/filled.
I applied for a UC Berkeley job opening on another website but I can’t seem to find it on here. Do I need apply for it again on here?
You have not successfully applied to the position unless you applied through Berkeley Jobs. If you apply for a job opening through an external website that is past the deadline please notify us by calling 510-664-9000 option 3; 5.
After you have submitted your application you should receive an email notification acknowledging receipt of your application. If you do not receive this email, your application may not have been successfully submitted. The application should also appear on your list of applications within your Careers home page.