1,196 JobsBoiler TenderWesleyan UniversityMiddletown, DEBenefits Wesleyan offers a broad range of growth and wellness opportunities, comprehensive group insurance plans, fitness incentives, generous paid time off, retirement plans, flexible work schedules and educational benefits, including free employeeaccess to Wesleyan’s Graduate Liberal Studies program and undergraduate tuition reimbursement for dependents of eligible employees. Full-time
Assistant Professor of SpanishWesleyan UniversityMiddletown, CTAlthough the primary scholarly focus in modern Latin American literature and culture is open, the faculty member may specialize in one or more of the following areas: race and ethnicity; Afro-Latin America; indigenous studies; and/or gender and sexuality. Full-time
Journeyman CarpenterWesleyan UniversityMiddletown, CTBenefits Wesleyan offers a broad range of growth and wellness opportunities, comprehensive group insurance plans, fitness incentives, generous paid time off, retirement plans, flexible work schedules and educational benefits, including free employeeaccess to Wesleyans Graduate Liberal Studies program and undergraduate tuition reimbursement for dependents of eligible employees. Full-time
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology (Neuroscience And Behavior)Wesleyan UniversityMiddletown, CTThe Assistant Professor will conduct research that embraces new, integrative approaches to address fundamental questions in neuroscience and behavior; complement and contribute to our current research and teaching strengths in neuroscience and behavior, cell and developmental biology, genomics, ecology and evolution; and must be committed to the goals of a liberal arts education in a culturally diverse campus community. Full-time
blog.jobsearcher.comDiversity in the Workplace: How to Update Your Hiring Practices to Attract More TalentGoogle, Apple and IBM are just some of the companies whose hiring practices no longer prioritize or require a university degree in their job descriptions. Instead, they’ve begun emphasizing employability skills, and moved towards skills based hiring for some of their roles as a better indicator of what would make a good employee. Likewise, in light of more recent events of racial injustice, harassement and gender inequality, many businesses are taking a second look at their recruitment strategy to build more inclusive workplaces.
blog.jobsearcher.comMoving for a Job: Is it the Right Choice?One of the big decisions you get to make in your adult life is where to set up your home base and establish yourself. Another significant decision you will face is whether to move that home base and relocate for a new job position, and this is not an easy one. You will probably be wrestling with many thoughts and factors to consider, and things get even more complicated if you have a partner and a family. You also need to find a way to cope with leaving your old job that minimizes the stress of this big decision. So, to help you along, we have the tips you can turn to when faced with moving for a job. Is it the right choice for you? Let's find out.
blog.jobsearcher.comHow to Decide Among the 4 Types of Interview AttireSo you’ve done it. You went ahead and submitted your resume to a few companies, and you ended up getting a call back for a job you think is perfect. You know you have to make a terrific impression at the interview, and that includes finding the right thing to wear.
blog.jobsearcher.com16 Lucrative Online Jobs for College StudentsStudents have it tough. They must get through mountains of schoolwork which leaves them little time to devote to a job. And no job means no money. The good thing is that online work is a great option for students. It cuts out the time and expense of a commute leaving them more time to devote to a job and studying.
blog.jobsearcher.comHow to Decline An Interview: 3 Simple StepsEnsuring that a job is a good fit for you is key when on your job search. Getting called for an interview can seem like a great step in the right direction! Interviews take a lot of time and effort to prepare for, from researching the job and company, to making sure you know your resume back to front.
blog.jobsearcher.com2 Ways to Formally Accept an OfferAccepting a job offer can be really exciting and a huge sigh of relief! You can pat yourself on the back once you’ve heard “you’re hired!”. Although formally accepting a job offer may seem like a simple task, it requires a little more thought and effort than you may have originally believed. Seeing as this process isn’t as easy as you may have hoped, this blog is going to guide you on how to accept a job offer the correct and professional way.