As the recruitment season comes to an end and that new job is about to begin, it’s time to think about what “success” will look like for your new position.
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TPE Executive-in-Residence Post: When constructing a search process to recruit and identify new team members it is important to us that our aspirations are the lens through which potential candidates view the position, division, and university.
TPE Executive-in-Residence Post: It is the responsibility of a hiring manager to set up an interview experience where all candidates are evaluated on a level playing field, and set up to do their very best. Doing so broadly across all aspects of the interview process will not only help bring out the best in your candidates, but will also allow candidates to experience all that your campus has to offer.
In order to hire the best individual possible, it is vital that you have a trustworthy recruiting team that understands the mission and vision of the department/university, what it takes to be successful in that role, and a person who will accurately represent your institution while maintaining positive interactions.
Most student affairs positions require a combination of both education and experience. Even if your background does not include student affairs, your experience can be translated into student affairs.
As you explore the idea of working abroad in the field of Student Affairs, these important things that you will need to know to make your job search easier.
TPE Executive-in-Residence Post: Exploring the challenge of how to review and incorporate those position applicants who were not interviewed at TPE.
New staff members are an important asset to your operation. There is no greater moment of possibility than when a candidate arrives at the doorstep, and it is our role as hiring managers to make it a memorable experience.