This page points you to a number of valuable resources.
|Before Filling This Position||There are some important questions that you should ask yourself before you move forward with filling a position.|
|Charge Checklist||A written charge from leadership can clarify expectations.|
|Expediting the Search||
This document contains a list of tasks that can help you expedite the search.
|How to Evaluate Resumes and CVs||
Review the applicants’ resumes and cover letters to compare the credentials of applicants.
|How to Write an Ad – Job Advertisement Checklist||Writing an accurate ad will help in the search for qualified candidates|
|Identifying Essential Functions||
Identifying the essential functions of a job is critical to the search for qualified job applicants.
Departmental, institutional, and environmental factors that affect a
new position and the team the new hire will join must be considered before conducting a search.
|Quantitative Screening Device||
Using a quantitative screening method can be useful to assess candidates.
A screening checklist can help search committee members quickly verify whether each candidate has the
A screening matrix provides an objective method of comparing candidates both against a standard and to the
|Search Committee Chair Duties||The Search Committee Chair ensures that a smooth search is conducted.|
|Tips on Conducting Telephone or Video Interviews||Following these tips will help you conduct a successful telephone or video interview.|
|Welcome Package for Interviewees||
This document provides a sample list of information that could be mailed, shared electronically, or handed to candidates who
are invited to campus for an interview.