Hiring Programs

Hiring ProgramDescription
Career PartnerThe Career Partners Program began in response to the employment needs of dual-career academic partners. UCI recognizes the importance of an environment in which frequently more than just a single faculty appointment must be considered.

FTE Funding
  • Available to Ladder Rank Faculty Appointments.
  • Funding split evenly between:
    • The recruiting unit;
    • the host unit of spouse/partner;
    • And the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor.
Interim Funding Assistance
  • Will not exceed a period of two years.
  • Funding split (not necessarily in equal amounts) between :
    • The recruiting unit;
    • the host unit of spouse/partner;
    • And the Office of Academic Affairs.
Distinguished Professor Hiring ProgramDeans can use the Distinguished Professor Hiring Program to recruit accomplished scholars with national and international recognition who have achieved the highest levels of scholarship over the course of their career. This program provides funding for tenured faculty positions along with the highest campus-level distinction.
Distinguished Visiting Professor InitiativeThe purpose of this program is to attract a variety of highly successful and inspirational scholars to the UCI campus. Ideal candidates should contain a skill set that will contribute to UCI's visibility and research impact, as well as, inspire and mentor students by teaching courses and/or mentoring.

  • The Program will provide a replacement salary equivalent to the home institution up to a maximum of 80K.
  • Length of stay is up to one quarter/year for 3-5 years (cannot exceed 5 year limit ).
Inclusive Excellence SupplementDeans can apply for an “inclusive excellence supplement” to help recruit faculty, identified through a standard department-based search, who contribute significantly to the goal of inclusive excellence. This does not apply to individuals hired in the High Impact Hiring Program (HIHP) or the Midcareer Professor Hiring Initiative.
President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship ProgramThe University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program was established in 1984 to encourage outstanding women and minority Ph.D. recipients to pursue academic careers at the University of California. The current program offers postdoctoral research fellowships, professional development and faculty mentoring to outstanding scholars in all fields whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity at UC.
UCI Scholars at Risk Sponsorship ProgramA 3 Year Pilot Program to appoint international scholars at risk for one year visiting appointments whereby scholars may pursue their academic careers under conditions of academic and personal freedom.

 

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