Greater Washington State HERC
Welcome to the Greater Washington State HERC!
Our job board lists the faculty, staff and executive positions at distinguished colleges and universities, non-profit organizations, and research institutes in our region. GWS HERC is a non-profit consortium of higher education and affiliated employers. We are part of the 18-region HERC network.
Use our website to have access to:
• Simplified Job Searching - improved search filters, e-alerts, and simplified user interface
• Enhanced Dual-Career Options - easier process for linking your search and your partner's
• CV/Resume Builder - convenient uploading, formatting, and saving options
• Searchable Portfolio - ability to upload more materials/file formats for better exposure to
• Google Maps - quick assessment of potential commutes from our job detail screen
• Mobile Access - better access your account and jobs while you're on the go
Our mission is to advance the efforts of our member organizations to recruit and retain outstanding and diverse faculty and staff and to assist dual-career couples. Our organizations are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the recruitment process and in providing an environment sensitive to work/life balance. We understand that employment decisions often involve two careers and offer state of the art dual career technology.
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Even if you aren't sure about your networking goals, it's important to get out there and meet other professionals in your industry, writes Emmanuel Nataf. Try to make networking a habit in which you focus on making connections, not finding ways to ask others for favors. Fast Company online (4/20)21 Apr 2017 11:58:03 CDThttps://www.fastcompany.com/40410264/heres-how-to-network-when-you-arent-sure-what-you-need
Effective communication at work begins with sincere body language, including consistent eye contact. Make sure to be a good listener and pick the right time to address serious topics or major changes, writes Hallie Crawford. U.S. News & World Report (4/19)21 Apr 2017 11:58:03 CDThttp://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/articles/2017-04-19/how-to-effectively-communicate-at-work
Fortune (4/20)21 Apr 2017 11:58:03 CDThttp://fortune.com/2017/04/20/leadership-career-advice-work-professional-mistake-setback/
Female college graduates will make an average of 11.5% less than their male peers in the first five years of their careers mainly because women tend to choose majors that pay less than those chosen by men, according to a new report from Glassdoor. Women do make more than men, on average, in some fields, including architecture, social work and music, the report found. MarketWatch (4/19)21 Apr 2017 11:58:03 CDThttp://www.marketwatch.com/story/congrats-women-graduates-youre-likely-already-earning-less-than-men-2017-04-19
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