Senior Leadership Compensation Group
The information on this website provides an overview of the roles, responsibilities, and logistics of both the UCSF Compensation Committee and the UCSF Senior Leadership Compensation Group (SLCG) Team.
Senior Management Group
UCSF Compensation CommitteeMembers: Deans, Vice Chancellors, Chief Campus Counsel, and Medical Center CEO
UCSF Compensation Committee Chair: Senior Vice Chancellor John Plotts
SLCG Team Chair: Director-Human Resources Specialty Center Mike Tyburski
SLCG/SMG Coordinator: Joanne Fraysse
The overall purpose of the UCSF Compensation Committee ("Committee") is to provide oversight and guidance to better align senior leadership compensation internally between similarly situated employees and externally with relevant labor markets. This charge will be carried out by reviewing, endorsing, and/or approving recommendations, as submitted by the UCSF Human Resources SLCG Team, for positions classified in the Management and Senior Professional (MSP) program, grade levels 7-10, and all Senior Management Group (SMG) positions. Exceptions to this charge include the following:
Reviews include the following: Assistant/Associate VC title usage; initial classifications; reclassifications; salary determination upon promotion or upward reclassification; administrative stipends; salary increases; and staff emeritus designations. The Committee is responsible for the following:
All Actions: The "SLCG Template-Item Request" form is to be completed for all actions and submitted, with associated required documents, to the SLCG Coordinator. The "Approval Authority Matrix" provides details on approval authority levels.
- Initial Classifications: A position description and organizational chart, complete with the appropriate departmental signature authority, are to be submitted to the SLCG Coordinator.
- Reclassifications: Significant changes in the assigned responsibilities of a position may warrant review for the purposes of reclassification. A position description, related organizational chart, and a brief outline of significant changes must be submitted to the SLCG Coordinator.
- Salary Determination upon Promotion or Upward Reclassification: Departments may request salary increases upon a promotion or upward reclassification. Requests for salary increases must be submitted, in writing, to the SLCG Coordinator.
- Salary Equity Increases: Requests for equity increases must be submitted, in writing, to the SLCG Coordinator.
- Stipends: Temporary assignments which significantly expand the scope of duties may warrant review for the purpose of temporary administrative stipends. A position description, an outline of additional duties, an organizational chart, and a brief outline of the time period and rationale for assignment must be submitted to the SLCG Coordinator.
- Assistant and Associate Vice Chancellor Title Usage: Requests for the use of Assistant and Associate Vice Chancellor titles must be submitted, in writing, to the SLCG Coordinator for evaluation and recommendation to the UCSF Compensation Committee.
- Staff Emeritus Designations: Requests for the use of staff emeritus designation must be submitted, in writing, to the SLCG Coordinator for evaluation and recommendation to the UCSF Compensation Committee.
- Policy Exceptions: Policy exceptions to the Home Loan Program, moving expenses, signing bonuses, and temporary housing must be submitted, in writing, to the SLCG Coordinator; If within policy, Committee Members will be apprised of their implementation for informational purposes only.
UCSF Senior Leadership Compensation Group (SLCG) Team
The goal of the UCSF SLCG Team is to support members of the UCSF Compensation Committee with coordinated and equitable processes for job evaluation, salary administration, and comprehensive compensation review of positions in the Management and Senior Professional (MSP) program, grade levels 7-10, and all Senior Management Group (SMG) positions. The analyses and recommendations prepared by the SLCG Team are subsequently provided to the UCSF Compensation Committee for review, endorsement, and/or approval.
Roles/Responsibilities of the SLCG Team Members
- Contact point for Office of the President for items requiring Presidential and/or Regental approval.
- Provides analysis of all positions under review and ensures that job descriptions are completed.
- Conducts salary/market surveys/comparisons for all SLCG positions.
- Tracks all current positions under review as well as historical actions and maintains documentation of all review items.
- Creates process schedule based on The Regents' calendar and SMAC meetings.
- Prepares requests for approval memos to Chancellor and/or OP. Prepares "Regental Items."
- For approved requests, notifies originating source.