How to Advertise a Faculty Position 0 Human Resources will coordinate with a third party vendor to simplify and streamline placing the advertisement. 0 Will design an ad and manage space to ensure the maximum value of your recruitment budget. 0 Will receive a print quote returned in an approved design template so you see the ad exactly as it will appear. E-mail ad and quote information to Laura Hensley in the Provost Office for approval from the Provost before any advertisement can be processed. 0 Deadlines and cost are included with all quotes.
How to Advertise a Faculty Position 0 Step 1: Department initiates and routes Request for Faculty Search form for approval to fill the position. 0 HR receives approved Request for Faculty Search form. 0 HR creates faculty vacancy file and awaits information from department regarding point of contact for search committee and ad information. 0 Step 2: Department reviews job description. 0 Step 3: Department creates draft advertisement wording. 0 Step 4: Department determines what advertising (media) sources to utilize.
How to Advertise a Faculty Position 0 Step 5: Department emails the following to Sherry Driggers (Sdriggers@twu.edu) and/or Myrna Flores (Mflores@twu.edu) in HR :Sdriggers@twu.eduMflores@twu.edu 0 Draft ad copy 0 Names of advertising sources to be utilized or ask for suggestions 0 Step 6: HR forwards the draft to vendor. 0 Step 7: Vendor emails to HR the layouts and quotes for cost of ad.
How to Advertise a Faculty Position 0 Step 8: HR reviews and forwards to department the following: 0 Print ad(s) set in a pre-approved template. 0 The exact layout with costs and deadlines listed for each media source. E-mail ad and quote information to Laura Hensley in the Provost Office for approval from the Provost before any advertisement can be processed. 0 Step 9: Department emails to HR edits or final approval of the layout including approval from Provost Office.
How to Advertise a Faculty Position 0 Step 10: HR forwards the edits or final approval of the layout to the vendor. 0 If edit is needed, Vendor emails to HR the revised layout and quotes for cost of ad. 0 When layout is approved, proceed to Step 11. 0 Step 11: Vendor places the ad in approved media sources.
0 Step 12: Payment coordinated between Department and Provost Office. 0 Will cut down on administrative costs and centralize the process. 0 Will allow tracking of faculty advertising costs. How to Advertise a Faculty Position
Benefits 0 Utilizing the expertise of professional recruitment advertising will allow for better planning and assistance in targeting the best advertising venue. With the assistance of advertising professionals, we are more likely to get the most for our recruitment dollar. 0 Experienced in creating recruitment advertising message that direct candidates to our full range of career opportunities and depict our university as an employer of preference. 0 Experienced consulting translates requests into recruitment ad placements with major newspapers, targeted trade journals and real-time Internet venues with more professional results. More than 550 clients and major universities such as Texas A & M and University of Texas at Austin utilize this same service.
Benefits 0 Direct contact and source for placing ads as opposed to HR/department researching ad sizes, layout, pricing, deadlines, etc. 0 All media is consolidated to a single invoice. 0 Due to vendor’s large volume of customers with media sources, there are savings that are passed on to TWU. 0 No charge for design, consultation and editing. 0 Department only pay for ads approved for placement. 0 No charges for quotes or for ads not placed.
Previous Ad, Cost $2,718.75 Paid to The Chronicle of Higher Education
Sample #1, Cost: $2,610.00 Savings of $108.75 Using Vendor
Sample #2, Cost: $2,610.00 Savings of $108.75 Using Vendor
Sample #3, Cost: $2,610.00 Savings of $108.75 Using Vendor