The faculty hiring season is heating up after a protracted freeze. The ECF has provided several blogs and resources that might be helpful.
- Fall is in the Air: It’s Hiring Season for Academic Positions!
- Archived Webinar – Demystifying Academia: Faculty Roles and Opportunities
- The Job Search – What Not To Do
- Should I Stay or Should I Go?
- Making the Most of Your CV: Talking About Yourself in Bullet Points
- Congratulations, You’ve Been Invited to Campus! Now What?
- Preparing a Job Talk: Maximizing Your Impact During Campus Visits
There are a variety of places you can learn about available positions. These include:
- APA Division 16 Jobs page
- APA Monitor’s PsycCareers
- NASP Career Center and Communities
- Psychology Jobs Wiki
- The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (unique dual-career search feature)
- The Chronicle of Higher Education – Jobs
- Listservs of the Trainers of School Psychologists and the Council of Directors of School Psychology Programs
- Twitter and other social media
- Faculty, advisors, and mentors
We’ll likely see a combination of in-person and virtual interviews this season. Our past blogs provide general information on processes to expect during campus visits and you can find info specific to virtual processes blogs and articles from The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, and Interfolio. Plus, there’ll be more on this from us in the weeks to come. What resources or sites have you found helpful in preparing for the faculty job search? Share them below.