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As a UC employee, you are eligible for a wide range of generous benefit plans. These include health, dental and vision, as well as retirement savings and insurance options.

Whether you are a new employee getting acquainted with your options, or an existing employee looking for coverage to meet new needs, our Benefits, Health, and Welfare guide can help you find what you’re looking for.

Information about position classification and implementing procedures for classification on the Berkeley campus can be found in the Supplemental Personnel Policy 36.

All other documents, such as cover letter, letters of support, work samples, are not required.

Staff compensation is based on classification of position. Compensation information can be found at UCnet.

Below are extracts of pay rates for Library Assistants I-IV, Supervisors and Library Professional 4s. For all other staff titles and pay rates see Classifications by Bargaining Unit.

Library Assistants

Rates effective 7/1/2015

Classifications and Title Codes for Library staff are organized below by bargaining unit.

For salary information, please go to the UC Title Code System. In the Title Code System Lookup, you will need to provide the title code.

Clerical (CX)

The Library is charged with reviewing and making recommendations on reclassification requests into the Library Assistant I, II, III and IV, levels. If you're preparing a reclass request for one of these levels, you need to know the following:

Getting Started (not applicable to Affiliated libraries):

The supplemental standards for the Library Assistant job series are guidelines for classifying Library Assistant positions at the University of California, Berkeley. They are based on the University-wide class specifications for the Library Assistant series.

The standards are organized in a downloadable chart in two major sections:

During each fiscal year (FY) (July 1 – June 30), the Library administers the UC Staff Appreciation and Recognition (STAR) Plan, which is intended to acknowledge and reward exemplary performance and contributions by employees.

UC Berkeley offers Achievement and Spot Awards under the UC STAR Plan.

The STAR Plan is comprised of two types of awards:

Service Awards are granted to employees who complete ten or more years of University service at one-half time or more, and an award is given at each five year interval beyond ten years. Employees receiving service awards of 10 years or more will receive a portion of the service award tower. The appropriate service award is mailed to the employees home address.

During the month of May, Library Human Resources issues an annual Call for Performance Appraisals, requesting submittal of completed performance appraisals for
represented and non-represented, non-academic staff employees. The evaluation period under review is the 12-month fiscal year (FY) period, July 1 of the preceding year through June 30 of the current year.

Performance Management Forms

Appraisals may be submitted on one of the following Performance Appraisal Form options:

  • Represented staff employees:

Statement of performance evaluation expectations for Library staff

University policy and collective bargaining agreements provide for periodic performance evaluations for all employees. Evaluating supervisors may use the appropriate University performance management form. The employee receives a copy of the signed appraisal. Signed evaluations are retained in the employee's personnel file.

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