Academic Careers Online
Global academic job site to search jobs in education and academia. Find full and part-time teaching and administrative jobs at colleges, universities, and research institutes around the world. Applicants can for free search current job openings, submit their resume and receive e-mails informing them when matching job opportunities are listed.
Academe This Week
A service of The Chronicle of Higher Education, the site lists job openings, meetings relating to academe, grant deadlines, and more.
Academic Employment Network (AEN)
AEN is continually striving to bring you the most comprehensive listing of educational positions available throughout North America.
As the premier Employment Service for Higher Education, AcademicKeys.com provides the most comprehensive listing of academic positions.
The Academic Network
The Academic Network has been hired by academic institutions across the country who are interested in having more diverse candidates apply for Higher Ed positions (including faculty, staff and administrative positions). This is a free service for job seekers. All that is needed is for you to send your resume in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. If further consideration is granted by the university, we will contact you directly on the application procedures. All resumes are kept confidential. To learn more about this organization please visit: http://www.theacademicnetwork.net/home.html
American Accounting Association Career Center
This is a collaborative, social-networking platform designed to share ideas about teaching, research, and service in Accounting.
HigherEdJobs.com provides job posting and career information for college faculty, administrators, and executives. The site is completely free for job seekers and includes the most comprehensive list of open positions in the industry, over 65,000 jobs a year from 2,900 colleges and universities. Job seekers enjoy many free services, including email job alerts, saving their resume/CV, and tracking job applications.
Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC)
HERC stands for Higher Education Recruitment Consortium. Founded in 2000 by the University of California, Santa Cruz, the Northern California HERC was the first to be established. Now HERCs have developed in several regions throughout the U.S. Regional HERCs were formed in order to advance the efforts of their member institutions to recruit and retain outstanding and diverse faculty and staff and to assist dual career couples. A core aspect of each regional HERC is a website that is free to jobseekers and features comprehensive, searchable staff and faculty job listings, email job alerts, dual career searches and resources, and regional diversity and relocation information. Additionally, regional HERCs convene on a regular. Visit the National HERC site where you can search 11 regional HERC websites simultaneously.
Inside Higher Ed is the online source for news, opinion and jobs for all of higher education.
INSIGHT Into Diversity
INSIGHT Into Diversity (formerly the Affirmative Action Register) is a 35-year-old national magazine and premier source of information for one million readers monthly seeking in-depth news, reports and commentary on issues surrounding all aspects of diversity and inclusion. Highly regarded for its extensive career opportunity listings, INSIGHT Into Diversity continues to successfully connect employers to the most highly qualified individuals regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation.
MinorityPostdoc.org publishes postdoctoral & professional job/opportunity advertisements for all employment sectors: academia, industry, government, non-profit, etc.