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Job Searching Tools
AEN is a comprehensive database for finding future jobs and future employee
in the fields of teaching and other academic positions (i.e. faculty,
Position Network http://www.apnjobs.com/
The Academic Position
Network (APN) is an on-line service accessible worldwide through the Internet.
It provides notice of academic position announcements, including faculty,
staff and administrative positions. It includes the post-doctoral positions
meta-collection of Internet resources that have been gathered for the
academic job hunter. It includes links to faculty, staff, and administrative
announcements and is not restricted to teaching positions. It continues
the old "Jobs in Higher Education." This site contains links to
over 1,800 individual colleges and universities that advertise their job
openings over the Internet.
for Asian Studies http://www.aasianst.org
The largest society
of its kind in the world---is a scholarly, non-political, non-profit professional
association open to all persons interested in Asia. It seeks through publications,
meetings, and seminars to facilitate contact and an exchange of information
among scholars to increase their understanding of East, South, and Southeast
of Higher Education http://chronicle.com/free/jobs/
Job listings in various
fields of higher education. Each week hundreds of new job announcements
from the latest issues of The Chronicle, plus other information useful
to people pursuing careers in higher education.
Review Online: International Academic Job Market http://www.camrev.com.au/
Published by Campus
Review in Australia. International Academic Job Market is where
job vacancies are listed for academic positions as they become available.
This site is updated on a weekly basis. Subscription is required.
Services College of Education http://www.coe.missouri.edu/~career/
University of Missouri's
College of Education's website, with links to job opportunities mostly
in education but including some other fields.
of Liberal Arts Colleges http://clac.wabash.edu/jobs.html
The Consortium of Liberal
Arts Colleges (CLAC) is an organization comprised of fifty-eight of the
top liberal arts colleges in the United States. The group has focused
on the uses of computing and related technologies in the service of the
liberal arts mission. Academic computing, administrative computing, library
automation, telecommunications, and campus-wide networking all fall within
the scope of the Consortium's interest.
Job Openings http://www.nationjob.com/education
Includes listings of
education opportunities nationwide (primarily in the Midwest), maintained
Job Posting Service http://www.educause.edu/jobpost/jobpost.asp
The service is for
positions in information resources related to higher education. EDUCAUSE
is the association for managing and using information resources in higher
Week On the Web, The Marketplace Job Listing http://www.edweek.org/jobs/
The Marketplace section
of Education Week on the Web. The Marketplace consists of a wide range
of administrative and teacher vacancies across the U.S. and abroad. You
can browse through the ads by region or by job title. These listings are
updated weekly and provide you with all the information you need to apply
for a position. Many of the nation's top school districts, universities,
and educational organizations advertise in The Marketplace.
Asia Pacific Network http://www.h-net.msu.edu/~asia/
The Asia-Pacific Network
posts a variety of academic announcements: news of conferences, calls
for papers, seminars and workshops, plus information about fellowships,
grants and awards of interest to scholars of Asia and the Pacific. They
also post academic employment listings for Asia scholars. They also provide
the scholarly community with online resources. Bibliographical aids, syllabi
and other course and reference material are available for downloading.
Job Guide http://www.matrix.msu.edu/jobs/ The
H-Net Job Guide covers positions in History and other fields in the Humanities
and social sciences. The H-Rhetor Job Guide covers positions in rhetoric,
composition and other related fields. A weekly index is posted to many
of H-Net's E-mail lists. We particularly encourage listings of replacement
or temporary jobs. A Job Guide is posted each Monday. Discussion
http://www.h-net.msu.edu/~asia/disclist/h-asia/ - An
international electronic discussion group established in l994 devoted
to Asian Studies as a profession. The primary purpose of H-ASIA is to
enable historians and other Asia scholars to easily communicate current
research and teaching interests; to discuss new articles, books, papers,
approaches, methods and tools of analysis; to test new ideas and share
comments and tips on teaching. H-JAPAN
intent is to encourage international participation and in particular to
encourage interaction between specialists in Japan and others located
throughout the world.
Online and Internet Employment Linkage, Inc. http://www.higheredjobs.com/
Over 175 universities
and colleges subscribe to its service. Provide comprehensive and searchable
database of open positions in the higher education field; and Providing
database access to posting institutions and job hunters at no cost.
Jobs and Services (U. of Kansas)
job announcements, target employers, international internships, and international
service opportunities. By University Placement Center at the University
Studies Association Network http://www.isanet.org/
The association was
founded in 1959, and since then it has vigorously promoted research and
education about international affairs. There are over 3.000 members worldwide,
and ISA is the most respected and widely known scholarly association in
this field. They have cooperation with 53 international studies organizations
in 32 countries, and they are a members of the International Social Science
Council, and have nongovernmental consultative status with the United
NACE provides research
and information through annual employer/college surveys, quarterly surveys
of starting salary offers to new college graduates, a quarterly journal,
and a biweekly newsletter. They also forecast trends in the job market;
track legal issues in employment, the job-search, and hiring practices.
The Education and Career
Center http://www.petersons.com/career/ Provides
information on US-accredited educational institutions and special programs
found around the world. Education and career information for K-12 schools,
colleges and universities, private schools, graduate study, study abroad
and more. Also contains job listings, with extensive summer school opportunities.
StudentCenter is a
free research tool and on-line magazine for the post-graduation job search.
Service is dedicated to providing quality career-planning information
for students and recent graduates. StudentCenter brings the latest in
on-line technology to career planning in an easy-to-use format and offers
the optimal balance between practical, how-to information and off-beat
humor to help job search.