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 www.hercjobs.org.
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Hiring managers say they're looking for business-school graduates who are generalists and not specialists, according to a new study. Tulane University researcher Jennifer Merluzzi says an emphasis on specialization among MBA students especially gives them "less bargaining power" and makes them "easily substitutable." Harvard Business Review (tiered subscription model) (6/2016)25 May 2016 13:23:49 CDThttps://hbr.org/2016/06/generalists-get-better-job-offers-than-specialists
Academics should identify and reach out to several role models who are living out their careers in a way the academics aspire to do, advises Kerry Ann Rockquemore, president of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity. "Identifying and connecting with role models is ultimately about you becoming the best version of your definition of success -- not becoming a mini version of somebody else," Rockquemore writes. InsideHigherEd.com (5/25)25 May 2016 13:23:49 CDThttps://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2016/05/25/why-its-important-identify-role-models-essay
Fast Company online (5/23)25 May 2016 13:23:49 CDThttp://www.fastcompany.com/3060099/hit-the-ground-running/4-steps-to-landing-a-job-referral-without-any-insider-connections
A high salary is the top priority for 62% of recent college graduates, outpacing other concerns such as flexible work schedules and a chance to use their degree, according to a survey by online freelancing marketplace Toptal. Graduates were least concerned with opportunities for quick promotions or quick experience, the survey showed. Quartz (5/24)25 May 2016 13:23:49 CDThttp://qz.com/691274/new-college-grads-dont-care-about-good-jobs-so-much-as-good-pay/