Academic Recruitment Record: Part A Search Plan
||Search Committee Chair
||Search Committee Diversity Liaison:
|Search Committee Members:
|Closing or Initial Review Date:
Approved by Search Committee Chair:
X________________________________________________(signature and date)
Provide recruitment source and date in boxes below (attach additional page if necessary) LIST EACH SOURCE OF ADVERTISING FOR THIS RECRUITMENT. MARK ALL AFFIRMATIVE ACTION SOURCES WITH (AA) THAT REACH MINORITY OR WOMEN APPLICANTS. PLEASE ATTACH MAILING LISTS AND COPIES OF ADVERTISEMENTS OR ONLINE LISTINGS.
Part A - Search Plan:
The Search Plan is a list of all recruitment sources informed about the position vacancy. Any journals or publications in which advertisements will appear must also be listed. Recruitment sources include any individual, institution, department or division, minority or women's group, and placement or referral agency that will receive notice of the vacancy.
Scope of the search: University policy specifies that ladder rank searches should be national in scope. Searches for full-time temporary positions may be limited to regional or statewide sources. Searches for part-time temporary positions may be limited to local or statewide sources.
Review of the Search Plan: The Search Committee Chair should review and sign the completed Part A of the Recruitment Record. Sources may be added during the recruitment up until the final closing date and should be reported as additions to the Search Plan.
Filing the Search Plan: For ladder-rank positions, the Search Plan should be submitted to the Academic Personnel Office as early in the search as possible. When the Search Plan is filed later in the recruitment process, any revisions required by reviewing authorities may require an extension of the closing date and re-advertising. Screening of applicants cannot proceed until the Search Plan has been reviewed for compliance with Affirmative Action guidelines. For full-time temporary positions, Part A should be submitted to the Academic Personnel Office with the rest of the recruitment record at the conclusion of the search.
Additional Information: The Santa Cruz Campus Academic Recruitment Procedures contain general recruitment policy guidelines and information on the delegated review for each recruitment. Refer to the procedures or contact the Academic Personnel Office for additional information at 459-4300 or email@example.com.