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South Central Gulf Texas HERC

South-Central-Gulf Texas (SCGTX) HERC is a non-profit consortium of colleges and universities in Southern and Central Texas. Our institutions collaborate to recruit and retain the most outstanding and diverse faculty, staff, and administrators. We also seek to assist dual-career couples with their regional job searches.

Our job search site offers:

  • Simplified Job Searching
  • Enhanced Dual-Career Search Options
  • CV/Resume Builder
  • Google Maps of the South Central Gulf Texas region
  • Mobile Access

You may also go directly to member jobsites to find out more about their jobs and total compensation offerings.

To learn more about HERC or search for higher education jobs in other regions, visit

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  1. How to benefit from conventions and conferences

    By attending workshops and contributing to panels, you can get more out of your next networking event, writes James Parsons. Seminars can help you expand your knowledge and meet others with similar interests. Inc. online (free registration) (9/3)
    04 Sep 2015 11:56:00 CDT
  2. Coaching doesn't mean you're a bad employee

    If you're assigned a coach at work, don't get the wrong idea, writes Anne Fisher. Having a coach usually means your employer sees your potential and wants to help you succeed. Fortune (9/3)
    04 Sep 2015 11:56:00 CDT
  3. Seek new opportunities to keep a job search fresh

    U.S. News & World Report (9/2)
    04 Sep 2015 11:56:00 CDT
  4. Report: Many workers lack adequate savings for retirement

    An Aon Hewitt report found 20% of employees will have enough money to retire at age 65, another 20% are close to having adequate savings, and 16% may not be financially able to retire even at age 75. "Many employers are increasing their focus on financial wellness, offering education, tools and resources to help workers achieve their savings goals," said Rob Reiskytl, a partner at Aon Hewitt. Re:locate (U.K.) (9/2)
    04 Sep 2015 11:56:00 CDT
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