Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Tenured Radical's Academic Job Search Advice

Last year, Tenured Radical did a series of posts on the academic job search. I've referred people to these, and been asked where they are, but putting them all together is a pain, and the relevant tag is slowly getting dated, so I've decided to do so just once in a post here which can then be forwarded to people. Without further ado:

Another Year, Another Job Market: When Not Perfecting Your Tan This Summer, How Can You Prepare?

What Do You Do, Dear? The Radical Announces a Series of Posts on the Upcoming Job Season (The real beginning of the series, with advice for search chairs)

Tell Me What You Want -- What You Really, Really, Want: Writing and Placing the Job Advertisement

Dream A Little Dream Of Me: Six Easy Steps to Writing a Great Job Letter

Jumping the Tracks: Applying for a Job When You Already Have One

Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe*: Or, How to Evaluate the Candidate Pool

Receiving the Call: What To Do When Scheduling A Conference Interview

How To Succeed At Your AHA Interview Without Really Trying: Looking Smart

Grand Hotel: The AHA Conference Interview Redux

Advanced Interviewing; or, My Favorite Martian

If At First You Don't Succeed: Getting A Visiting or Adjunct Teaching Gig -- And Do You Really Want One? (Not part of the series, but it seems to fit here)

More advice is, of course, being posted across the academic blogosphere all the time.



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