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- UMD Lists
- Diversity Recruitment Source Data Base. This source can be used without logging in, but you must choose one selection to proceed. For a broad search, it's recommended you use the Category Search link at the top of the page, and highlight at least one Occupation/Field Of Discipline before clicking on the search button at the bottom of the page. This will return results for your consideration.
- Ph.D. Project initiative designed to encourage minorities to enter academic careers. The Ph.D. project is focused on business professors; however, other disciplines may have a similar resource.
- Faculty for the Future.org is the only website dedicated to linking a diverse pool of women and under-represented minority candidates from engineering, science, and business with faculty and research positions at universities across the country.
- UMD LinkedIn
- American Indian Occupational and Industrial Careers. Full job descriptions should be e-mailed to Amber at email@example.com. She will print and post them on their six job boards and also send them out to an American Indian listserv.
- EdPost Listings is Minnesota's Number One Job Listing Site for Pre-K-12 Teaching and Administrative Positions.
- THE NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION RECRUITMENT CONSORTIUM (HERC) has developed a customized higher education curriculum vitae/resume database. The database currently contains the vitae/resumes of more than 4,000 prospective faculty and staff. Accessing the database is free for all Upper Midwest HERC member institutions, including the U, and there is no limit to the number of accounts per institution. Departments seeking to fill open positions are encouraged to tap this valuable resource. For more information and access to the database, email Mary Everley or call 612-626-0775.
- Consider posting your position to HigherEdJobs.com, at no cost to your department, courtesy of an institutional subscription purchased for UMD by Academic Affairs. Your unit administrative director has the login and password should you decide to use this source. Also, try searching the HigherEdJobs Resume Database of resumes and CVs of over 193,000 higher education professionals.
- As you develop your search strategies, we recommend you explore Bayard Advertising, a service offered by the U of M. There is sometimes a cost associated with using this service.