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Greater Oregon HERC
Welcome to the Greater Oregon Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (GO HERC). GO HERC provides the most comprehensive higher education job search tools in the Northwest, listing hundreds of jobs from our member colleges and universities, community colleges, teaching hospitals, and research institutes.
Our members are committed to diversity hiring and dual-career couples, and our jobs cover the broadest spectrum of business functions, academic disciplines, and career stages. Our job search resources are free and open to the public. If your institution is interested in membership details, contact us.
Our website offers:
- Simplified Job Searching – improved search filters, alerts, and a simplified user interface
- Enhanced Dual-Career Options – easier ways to link your job search and your partner’s
- CV / Resume Builder – convenient uploading, formatting, and saving functionality
- A Searchable Job Portfolio – the ability to upload more materials for better exposure to employers
- Google Maps – mapping integration allows quick assessments of potential commuting and relocation
- Mobile Access – access to your account and search functionality while on the go.
If you have questions, concerns, suggestions, or observations about our site, please share them.
We’re here to help – good luck in your search!
Happenings and Job Seeker News
May 22 GO HERC Spring Meeting a Success!
GO HERC members from the state of Oregon and southwest Washington gathered on the Willamette University campus in Salem May 22 for the GO HERC Spring Meeting.
Eileen Edmunds, Managing Partner and Senior Consultant at ModernThink was the featured speaker. She presented on “Understanding Employee Engagement Trends to Improve Recruitment and Engagement on Your Campus,” and “Strategies for Title IX Data Collection.” Edmunds spoke on how the trends reflected in the data are manifested on participating college and university campuses and provided insight into how the engagement experience, or lack thereof, of certain groups of employees on campuses affects an institution’s ability to recruit and retain talented individuals. She offered information on creating conditions that enable employees to perform at their very best; infusing an “Employer of Choice” mentality throughout the workforce, and creating a culture of change
Special Thanks to the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development
Thank you to the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development for their 2-year sponsorship of GO HERC memberships for all 17 Oregon community colleges!
Geographic RegionGreater Oregon HERC includes Oregon and southern Washington.
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If you have trouble telling others no, your desire to be liked may be getting in the way of your career development, writes Katie Jansen. Stay focused on what matters and make unpopular decisions when necessary, she writes. Entrepreneur online (6/30)01 Jul 2015 12:06:48 CDThttp://www.entrepreneur.com/article/247853
Answering the interview question "What do you make now?" is like a poker game you could lose by betting too low or too high, says Donna Rosato. To win, arm yourself with information on the going rate for the position you're seeking, deflect with questions of your own about the job and include the value of benefits when you answer, she says. Money magazine (6/29)01 Jul 2015 12:06:48 CDThttp://time.com/money/3939744/salary-negotiation-annual/
Business Insider (6/29)01 Jul 2015 12:06:48 CDThttp://www.businessinsider.com/trickiest-interview-questions-2015-6
President Barack Obama officially unveiled a proposal to raise the wage threshold for overtime exemption from $23,660 to $50,440 per year. Supporters call the measure a win for the middle class, but business groups say it will have unintended consequences, including lower productivity and less job creation. The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (6/29)01 Jul 2015 12:06:48 CDThttp://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/30/business/obama-plan-would-make-more-americans-eligible-for-overtime.html