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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- Strategies used by sales professionals are effective for job searches as well, such as flattery, mirroring the interviewer, and making the interview a two-way conversation, Emily Moore writes. The SPIN technique, which involves identifying pain points, is an example of a sales technique that job seekers can use, she writes. Glassdoor (8/14)15 Aug 2018 13:07:35 CDThttps://www.glassdoor.com/blog/sales-techniques-job-interview/
- LinkedIn and other social networks have become far more important than resumes for landing a job, Kathryn Vasel writes. Resumes have become less than 10% of the hiring process, says Macy Andrews, senior director of HR at Cisco. CNNMoney (8/14)15 Aug 2018 13:07:35 CDThttp://money.cnn.com/2018/08/14/pf/resume-dead/index.html
- U.S. News & World Report (8/14)15 Aug 2018 13:07:35 CDThttps://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/articles/2018-08-14/5-questions-to-ask-yourself-before-starting-a-job-search
- The number of college students age 35 and older was 2.2 million in 2015 and is projected to grow to 2.4 million by 2026, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Going back to school later in life could mean a hit to retirement savings, and those doing so should avoid borrowing from a 401(k) to pay for it, says advisor Sean Moore of Smart College Funding. MarketWatch (8/14)15 Aug 2018 13:07:35 CDThttps://www.marketwatch.com/story/student-loans-after-40-is-your-retirement-doomed-2018-08-13