Greater Texas HERC
Welcome to the Greater Texas Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (GTX HERC) a non-profit consortium of colleges and universities in the state of Texas. GTX HERC connects talented professionals with the best higher education employers, listing hundreds of jobs from our member institutions. 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 Texas region
- Mobile Access
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, contact us.
To learn more about HERC or search for higher education jobs in other regions, click on the search tool bar above, or navigate our site to learn more about HERC.
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- If you are over 50, emphasize your experience and accomplishments, Julie Halpert writes. Visit conferences and classes to stay informed about your industry and use LinkedIn to show engagement with modern hiring practices. CNBC (7/19)20 Jul 2018 12:25:39 CDThttps://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/16/how-to-land-a-great-job-when-you-are-over-50.html
- A company's culture is a key factor to consider when looking for a job, David Jensen writes. You can assess the culture in a business by analyzing employees' expressions, available facilities and company policies. Science (free content) (7/18)20 Jul 2018 12:25:39 CDThttp://www.sciencemag.org/careers/2018/07/job-satisfaction-culture-fit-matters
- U.S. News & World Report (7/17)20 Jul 2018 12:25:39 CDThttps://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/articles/2018-07-17/how-to-volunteer-yourself-into-a-new-job
- An analysis of federal data finds that women who graduated from 114 of the top 117 universities and colleges earn less than their male peers. The largest gender wage gaps -- of greater than 30% -- existed among graduates from top universities such as Harvard, Stanford and Duke, the data show. Campus Technology (7/18)20 Jul 2018 12:25:39 CDThttps://campustechnology.com/articles/2018/07/18/gender-wage-gap-exists-for-graduates-of-nearly-every-top-college-in-america.aspx