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University Human Resources (UHR) offers the following advertising and outreach tools to assist in reaching a broad and diverse applicant pool. Hiring units are responsible for determining where to advertise, and are responsible for any advertising costs if applicable, beyond what UHR automatically provides.
|Outreach tool||Website||Position type||Posted by|
|State of Oregon||* All||UHR|
|Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC)||https://www.hercjobs.org/||* All||UHR|
US National Labor Exchange (veterans)
|Insight Into Diversity||https://careers.insightintodiversity.com/jobs/||* All||UHR|
|Partners in Diversity||https://www.partnersindiversity.org/jobs/jobs-board.html||* All||Hiring unit|
|DirectEmployers||Multiple diversity websites||* All||UHR|
|Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)||https://home.sreb.org/dsp/zone/jobs2/joblistings.aspx||Tenure-track positions||UHR|
|Indeed||www.indeed.com||All||Indeed is a job-scraping website. What does that mean? Indeed includes job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages. As a result of Indeed's job-scraping process, all of OSU's current job postings are automatically listed on the Indeed website.|
|OSU's Recruitment Resource Guide||* All||** Hiring unit|
* Except for student employment opportunities
** This resource includes a free listserv along with paid and cost-free advertising options. All other resources listed in the table above are at no cost to the hiring unit.
OSU's Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA) website features more information about recruitment tips and advertising resources.
OSU's Faculty Recruitment toolkit, developed by the President and Provost’s Leadership Council for Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice in 2020, is designed to serve as a resource for tenure-track search committees and administrators.