Greater Kentucky HERC
Welcome to the Greater Kentucky HERC
Welcome to the Greater Kentucky Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC). Greater Kentucky HERC connects talented professionals with the best colleges, universities, hospitals, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and members of private industry in the Greater Kentucky area, listing hundreds of jobs from our member colleges and universities, community colleges, teaching hospitals, and research institutions.
Our member institutions 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, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We’re here to help – good luck in your search!
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- Women just graduating from college can boost their job search by contacting people working in desired fields and asking for information on job openings or other referrals, workplace issues expert Holly Caplan writes. Candidates also should write thank you notes to anyone who has helped them and clean up social media accounts to appear more professional, she advises. Ladders (6/23)25 Jun 2018 13:16:29 CDThttps://www.theladders.com/career-advice/from-campus-to-career-5-tips-to-stand-out-during-the-job-search
- Your resume summary shows what you can offer a role or organization, and it should paint a picture of the type of worker you are, career coach Lynn Carroll says. Keep it brief to no more than three sentences, include relevant keywords that are applicable to the company and role, and use descriptive language. Glassdoor (6/22)25 Jun 2018 13:16:29 CDThttps://www.glassdoor.com/blog/resume-summary/
- Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model) (6/22)25 Jun 2018 13:16:29 CDThttps://blog.chron.com/careerrescue/2018/06/ace-a-30-minute-interview/
- A Society for Human Resource Management survey found 35% of employers offered paid maternity leave in 2018, an increase from 26% in 2016, while paid paternity leave increased from 21% to 29%. The survey of more than 3,500 human resources professionals showed 34% of organizations increased benefits over the past year, including telecommuting and company-organized fitness challenges. Employee Benefit News (free registration) (6/22)25 Jun 2018 13:16:29 CDThttps://www.benefitnews.com/news/employers-zero-in-on-paid-parental-leave