Office of Talent Management
Welcome to the University of the District of Columbia Office of Talent Management website. Talent Management at UDC is a service organization. Our range of services is based on the employment cycle. From pre-employment to retirement and everything in between, our role is to ensure the success of the University and all employees by providing services related to employment, training and development, employee relations, compensation, and benefits.
We provide assistance with recruiting the best qualified candidates, administering a wide range of employee benefits, performance evaluations and feedback, employee dispute resolution, work life balance programs, workforce training and development, special emphasis programs designed to ward off discrimination in all practice areas, and many other services to the UDC employee community.
Should you have questions about employment at UDC, please feel free to contact the office.
The Office of Talent Management recruits, develops, and retains a diverse workforce, and promotes a student-centered learning environment to facilitate the accomplishment of the University’s mission and strategic goals. We act as a catalyst for both the D.C. government and the University community by managing personnel policies, programs, and processes.
We are committed to providing excellent service to the University community to ensure the success of our faculty, staff, and students.
We address the critical needs of the University by creating innovative, flexible, employee-centered programs and services to attract and retain the most talented staff and faculty in the District of Columbia.
We promote a positive and supportive work environment that encourages every individual to tap into her or his own ability to succeed.
We focus on employees as customers, constantly striving to exceed expectations by demonstrating:
- Respect for the individual
- Appreciation and recognition for good work
- Management accessibility and communication
- Workforce development training and education