Position Posting and Recruitment


The process for creating a posting is as follows:
    1. Create a position description in PeopleAdmin 7. New positions will be assigned a PSB number to be used on the Hiring Request form. Or modify an existing position description to prepare to create a position posting.
    2. Complete and submit a Hiring Request through the approval chain. Hiring request approval from the provost is required for all searches, internal promotions and temporary appointments of one year or less.
    3. Develop a Recruitment Plan to include diversity recruitment sources. 
      • Classified and nonclassified positions are automatically posted on:
        • University of Arkansas Careers website 
        • HigherEdJobs.com
        • GettingHired.com
        • Indeed.com
        • Arkansas JobLink 
        • Diverse Issues in Higher Education
        • The Job Guide (classified only)
      • Academic Policy 1405.16G on pro-active diverse recruiting requires that departments and campus units identify at least three additional recruitment activities within their respective discipline or field that target diverse populations. Utilizing low/no cost activities such as email Listservs, professional contacts and organizations are recommended.
    4. Decide if a search committee will be used in the process.
      • Search committees are not required and may be convened at different stages of the process. 
    5. Create posting in PeopleAdmin:
    6. Initiate Recruitment Plan advertisements as outlined on the posting. Postings for most faculty positions remain active for at least 30 calendar days. Staff positngsremain active for at least 14 calendar days. Positions that may provide a sponsorship are posted for 30 days.

Applicants apply through PeopleAdmin. PeopleAdmin screens applicants for minimum qualifications based on their answers to the qualifying questions.

Review of applications and evaluation of the match between each applicant's education and experience to the requirements of the position description are also managed in PeopleAdmin prior to interviewing applicants.