The following guidelines apply for departments who will be recruiting for full-time, tenure track faculty.
The following guidelines apply for departments who will be recruiting for full-time, tenure track faculty. These guidelines pertain to candidates' campus interview.
- As mentioned, all candidates meet with the dean, Provost, and with the Vice President for mission. If the Provost is unavailable, she will delegate this responsibility to the Vice Provost. Allow as much lead-time as possible when scheduling the candidate’s interviews with these administrators. Undergraduate programs are also encouraged to invite the directors of Collegiate Seminar and January Term to meet candidates during some part of the visit.
- The Human Resources recruitment budget is used for recruiting expenses for up to three candidates per position. Allowable expenses include airline ticket, transportation between airport and hotel, hotel, and. Rental cars are typically not covered. The interview process should take no more than two or three days. Meals are covered through the Academic Affairs office.Meals should be limited to four persons. Expense reports for meals should be completed with original receipts submitted to the Academic Affairs department for reimbursement. Search committee chairs should contact HR Recruitment at 4216 to make arrangements for candidate airline and hotel reservations. Provide HR Recruitment as much lead time as possible when scheduling a candidate’s visit to the campus ( at least 7-14 days). If a search committee determines to interview more than three candidates and/or if there are more than four persons included in any meal, the additional cost will be an expense to the department and the search committee chair needs to seek approval from the appropriate dean.