About New Jersey - Eastern Pennsylvania - Delaware HERC
To promote equity and excellence in higher education recruitment in New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
The NJ/Eastern PA/DE HERC supports the efforts of each of its member institutions to recruit and retain outstanding faculty, administrators, and staff through the sharing of information and resources.
- Promote awareness of the NJ/Eastern PA/DE Higher Education Recruitment Consortium.
- Share successful methods and best practices for addressing recruitment and retention issues, including issues related to partner placement and diversity.
- Develop and promote a collaborative employment website for faculty and staff positions at member institutions in NJ/Eastern PA/DE.
- Attract the most talented and diverse candidates to our member institutions.
- Advance the efforts of member institutions to assist dual-career couples.
- Promote NJ/Eastern PA/DE higher education as an employment sector of choice.
- Ensure our members remain on the cutting edge of best recruitment and retention practices.
- Become featured on the only comprehensive higher education employment website in the NJ/Eastern PA/DE area
- Receive unlimited access to posting faculty and staff jobs
- Reach job seekers directly with e-mail job alerts
- Assist dual-career couples with the website's ability to conduct dual-career searches
- Broaden your applicant pool
- Gain coverage in press releases, media events, and marketing and advertising efforts
- Network with other institutions at members-only meetings
- Exchange information on best practices in recruitment and retention, partner placement and diversity
- Help shape the future of the NJ/Eastern PA/DE HERC
"Being a member of HERC expresses the institutional value of collaboration with other higher education institutions and shows candidates that we are willing to reach out to the whole person as a hire, not just for the position itself."Share Your HERC Story
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