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Diversity jobs available in Higher Education

Posted by Admin On July - 27 - 2012

Academic Diversity firm offers free service for Higher Ed jobs

Los Angeles, CA (BlackNews.com) — The Academic Network, Inc., an academic diversity recruitment firm, is now offering a free head-hunting service to those interested in faculty, staff and administrative positions in higher education.

“It’s no secret that there is a shortage of persons of color in faculty, staff, and administrative positions at 2-year and 4-year institutions. We have built one of the most extensive networks in the country with direct contacts at hiring institutions seeking a diverse applicant pool,” says Dr. Sonel Y. Shropshire, former University Dean and President of The Academic Network, Inc.

If you are interested in the Academic Head-Hunting Service, please send your resume in PDF format to theacademicnetwork@gmail.com. Your resume will be added to a search database for over 375 academic institutions seeking to fill positions.

 

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