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JOBSEEKERS PLEASE NOTE: All job application materials must be sent directly to the hiring institution. HERC staff do not review applications or make hiring decisions and cannot answer questions about specific job postings. 

 

The staff at Central Midwest HERC are here to help. If you have questions about the HERC program, the job seeker tools available on this website, or would like to share your thoughts or find out more information, please contact us.

For more information about the Central Midwest HERC program (including how to become a member):

Diane Finnerty, Interim Central Midwest HERC Director
Office of the Provost, The University of Iowa
111 Jessup Hall
Iowa City, IA 52242
319.335.3991

Email:diane-finnerty@uiowa.edu

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