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The University of Illinois at Chicago is an acclaimed research institution that boasts one of the most ethnically rich and culturally diverse campus communities in the country and is located in one of the world's most vibrant and exciting cities. There is no better place than UIC to grow professionally. A wealth of learning and development opportunities exist to support continuous professional and competency development.
Excel at work by developing a strong understanding of management's expectations and how your role is related to the success of your department.
Develop professional competencies at UIC by partnering with your supervisor to develop a structured learning agenda.
A competency is a set of associated knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to successfully perform job related tasks. UIC has identified core competencies for all employees and manager competencies for those in supervisory roles. The Employee Performance Program aligns competency development with performance management to encourage employees to develop professionally.
Job descriptions generally include the purpose, duties, responsbilities, scope, and working conditions for a particular job. These are the "what" of job performance; information used to determine required job knowledge and work quality.
Competencies are those capabilities that govern "how" an individual manages personal performance in the workplace. Using UIC's competencies to guide performance management employees collaborate with their supervisor in the development of capabilities as a professional no matter what individual job responsibilities may be.
Build upon current skills by accessing professional development opportunities on the UIC Human Resources website.
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