Sample Faculty Eval Instrument_all levels
The effective recruitment of personnel in an institution of higher education is of paramount concern for the well-being of the university.
The search committee, when it functions well, has proven to be an effective means of attracting a qualified applicant pool of candidates possessing the academic and personal qualifications to maintain excellence in the university and reflecting the appropriate ethnic and gender mix to meet the requirements of affirmative action and equal employment opportunity.
So that search committee members can function effectively, it is important that they understand the general legal as well as the specific Governors State University requirements to be followed in hiring personnel.
- Using the online requisition/applicant tracking software the Hiring Manager will request and receive approval to fill position.
- Positions must be approved prior to the onset of a search.
- To access this site, cut and paste the following URL into your browser: employment.govst.edu\hr
Checklists for Search Process
Interview and Reference Check
A reference check provides useful information on an applicant’s past work history. It helps departments verify the facts of the applicant’s background and uncover information relevant to the duties of the position sought. A reference check should be conducted on final applicant(s) for all GSU positions, in addition to receipt of letters of reference and official transcripts, where applicable.