NJ/Eastern PA/DE HERC Director’s Report. NJ/Eastern PA/DE Website. About 1,250 jobs About 13,000 registered users Over 1 million hits About 6,000 CVs in database. How did you hear about HERC. Member Institution 23% Other HERC 3% Other academic institution 4% Internet 46%
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Increasing the diversity of faculty and staff is of critical importance to HERC members. HERC jobseekers significantly outpace national demographic averages for faculty on both gender and ethnicity.
The percentage of female HERC-wide registered users is significantly higher than the national averages as well as within the Academy.
The percentage of minority HERC-wide registered users is significantly higher than the national averages as well as within the Academy.
Engaging in new regional HERC development and helping existing HERC regions be successful was named the #1 strategic priority by the National HERC Advisory Board atits September 2010 meeting.
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The American Association of University Professors’ (AAUP) Committee on Women in the Academic Profession released a report about dual-career hiring in September 2010 that recommends HERC:
HERCs provide a variety of services for listing and sharing open positions that can be invaluable in assisting academic partners. HERC membership costs vary by the size of the institution, making this option, where available, particularly useful for smaller institutions without the resources to establish a partner-accommodation program.
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