Key offices and contacts for Faculty recruitment are as follows:
This office has overall university responsibility for recruitment, search and selection processes for faculty. All faculty positions and appointments system-wide, including tenure and tenure-track, require final approval from this office.
HRS provides guidance and advice to Appointing Authorities, department administrators, and search committees on recruitment and hiring policies, processes and regulations. Additionally, HRS administers and trains users on the Online Position Description & Recruitment System (OPDRS).
The HR Consultant for each area/college is available to assist with appropriate recruitment and hiring processes, as well as, the use of OPDRS. Requests for area or college specific trainings may be directed to the HR Service Team members linked below.
The Global Services unit of International Programs assists in the review of advertising information for tenure-track faculty positions to ensure compliance with the United State Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requirements.
Office for Equal Opportunity
Ensures EEO/AA compliance for the university. Additionally, the OEO is responsible for investigating complaints of discrimination or retaliation. The OEO provides guidance and training on employment laws, affirmative action, equal employment opportunity and discrimination.
Seeks to develop an inclusive research institution whose faculty are supported by a system that promotes career-long excellence for all—irrespective of gender. ADVANCE focuses on work/life transition points—especially those that disproportionately impact women—and any obstacles to recruiting, hiring, retaining, and advancing an exceptional, diverse faculty.