Diverse Places to Place Faculty Job Ads

Places to List Faculty Position Announcement to Attract Diverse Candidates

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Chronicle of Higher Education https://chroniclevitae.com

Current rates can be found at: Click here

This has a tremendously wide circulation. Vitae is the jobs website.
Higher Ed Jobs https://www.higheredjobs.com/employers/

$295 for up to 60 days

Next to the Chronicle of Higher Ed, this is THE place to post a faculty position (65% of their site visitors are female and 31% are from underrepresented groups)
Academic Keys https://academickeys.com

$210-$425 for a single ad (depending on posting time and other options) – $85 to include a diversity Add-on that sends the announcement to 1 million job seekers from underrepresented groups

Primary audience of the site consists of faculty members and graduate students at institutions of higher education; other users include private and public funding agencies, law firms, and academic institutions
Academic Careers Online http://www.academiccareers.com/Rates.htm


They offer an “Affirmative Action Link” package to attract diverse audiences to your announcement
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education http://diversejobs.net/online-ad-rates/

$275-$665 (depends on number of ads and number of days)

Prime location for reaching diverse audiences for academic positions.
Insight into Diversity (OU will be placing all of its faculty openings with this service) http://careers.insightintodiversity.com/r/jobs/post/index.cfm?site_id=9533

$330 – $470 (Provost’s office is covering the cost)

Underrepresented groups including those based on race, ethnicity, gender, veterans, people with disabilities, LGBT groups, among others
The National Registry of Diverse & Strategic Faculty https://www.theregistry.ttu.edu/ForInstitutions.aspx

$0 (OU is a subscribing member)

The REGISTRY is committed to connecting women and minorities with tenure-track faculty positions in institutions of higher education.
Diversity.com http://www.diversity.com/


Particular emphasis on attracting talented science, technology, education and medical savvy men and women.
Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc. http://www.eop.com/career.php

$250 – $385

Broad audience, not just academically-focused
American Association of for Access, Equity and Diversity http://affirmativeaction-jobs.careerwebsite.com/employer/pricing/


Higher Education Recruitment Consortium https://www.hercjobs.org/index.html

Membership required

Emphasis on dual-career positions and resources
Minority Postdoc.org http://www.minoritypostdoc.org/view/jobs.html

$300-$1,500 (depends on the size of the ad and location within their publications)

This site is a top hit for web searches using the keywords “minority”, “diversity”, and “postdoc” so publishing here will educate this targeted audience about your job posting
Faculty For The Future http://www.engr.psu.edu/fff/


Faculty for the Future, a ten-year, $20 million initiative of the GE Foundation, was designed to increase the number of women and under-represented minorities faculty in engineering, related sciences and business.
IMDiversity, Inc. http://imdiversity.com/


IMDiversity.com was conceived by The Black Collegian Magazine, now known as Diversity Employers Magazine, which has provided African-American college students with valuable information on career and job opportunities since 1970
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education http://www.jbhe.com/jobs/


Faculty, administrative, and professional positions; fellowships and internship positions
National Organization For The Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers http://www.nobcche.org/professional-careers


Must be a member to look at job announcements
National Society of Black Engineers https://careers.nsbe.org/employer/pricing/

$350 – $750

Targeted group
American Association of Blacks in Higher Education https://jobs.blacksinhighered.org/employer/pricing/


American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education http://www.aahhe.org/Jobs/jobs.aspx

Contact grffnkarina@gmail.com for current rates

Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education https://hispanicoutlookjobs.com/employer-products/

$260-$1,250 and higher

Sole Hispanic educational magazine for the higher education community, and those involved in running institutions of higher learning
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities https://www.hacu.net/hacu/InformationRates.asp

$100-$3,000 (depending on membership)

HACU partners can post their job vacancies or a link directly to their own employment pages
American Indian Higher Education http://tribalcollegejournal.org/jobs/employer-products/


NativeAmericanJobs.com http://employment.nativeamericanjobs.com/rates.cfm

$75 – $653

Far broader than an academic audience
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) – Winds of Change http://www.aises.org/careers


STEM fields focused
Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science https://careercenter.sacnas.org/employer/pricing/


Definitely worth advertising with this site given the reach to a diverse population
Women in Higher Education (WIHE) https://employer.wihe.com/


Very broad audience; cost structures are variable – needs careful consideration of goals for advertising
Women in Academia Report http://jobs.wiareport.com

Starting at $245 for 60 days

Increasing in reputation for reaching women in academia
Association for Women in Science https://awis.associationcareernetwork.com/employer/pricing/?site_id=21983

$300 – $899

Increasing in reputation for reaching women in science
Association for Women Geoscientists http://awg.org/rates


Limited audience, but an example of what might exist in other disciplines
National Associations of Ethnic Studies Job Boards https://www.naaas.org/career-opportunities/


Society of Women Engineers https://careers.swe.org/employer/pricing/


Association for the Study of Higher Education http://www.ashe.ws/?page=120

$0-90 depending on membership status

Faculty and Administrators in Higher Education; great for leadership position searches

* Websites should be consulted for updated prices and other options, such as unlimited postings (which will inevitably cost more)

Many of the websites require registration. The suggestion is to identify a single person in the department who will serve as a contact for this registration and who can also keep up with payments if the job ad will need to remain on the site longer than 30-60 days (what most sites use as the standard time-frame for position announcements)

Some sites required job seekers to have an account to search positions; others enable job seekers to search without accounts. Departments should think carefully about their goals and populations they would like to reach in choosing places to advertise.

The 4th column in the above table includes information from experienced users who have advertised via these websites. Additional comments are welcome.

This list is maintained and checked annually by CRPDE (aknoedler@ou.edu). Additions, suggestions and corrections are welcome. We are trying to avoid disciplinary specific sites in favor of sites with broad appeal unless a site serves as a great example as to what other disciplines may have.

HR can arrange ad postings for OU faculty positions. The contact person is Tonya Iman (tonya.iman@ou.edu; (405) 325-5520)