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The Application Process involves:
The Application Process involves:
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*Searching for positions, typically in the Fall of each year. See [[When do you apply?]] and [[What jobs exist?]]
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*Searching for positions: typically in the Fall of each year. See [[When do you apply?]] and [[What jobs exist?]]
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*Submitting applications, that typically include a [[Research Statement | What is a Research Statement]], [[
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*Submitting applications: that typically include a [[What is a cover letter?|Cover Letter]], [[What is a Research Statement?|Research Statement]], [[What is a Teaching Statement?|Teaching Statement]], [[What is a Curriculum Vitae|CV]], [[What are Letters of Recommendation?|Letters of Recommendation]].
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*Interviewing: see [[How do I prepare for an interview?]]
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*Negotiating the Job Offer
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==The Application==
 
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*see [[Research Statement]]
 
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*see [[Teaching Statement]]
 
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*see [[Curriculum Vitae]]
 
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*see [[How your publication record is evaluated]]
 
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* Letters of Recommendation
 
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:> Provide your letter writers with a description of your strengths and why you would be a good fit for the employment position
 
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:> Provide your letter writers with pre-addressed stamped envelopes to help them with the letter writing process.
 
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==The Interview==
 
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Preparation for telephone/campus interviews
 
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Negotiating/accepting/rejecting job offers
 
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[http://advertising.utexas.edu/JR/InterviewPrep.html Interview Preparation Guide] - excellent summary of tips for when interviewing for an academic position, including what they are looking for, what you should expect, how to prepare, a list of questions you should expect, and a list of questions you should ask the senior faculty, junior faculty, graduate students, search committee, and etc.
 
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Practice the job talk / interview as much as possible if the faculty/peers at your university so that you can get feedback and perfect your talk as much as possible.
 
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==The Offer==
 
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==Other Resources==
 
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#[http://www.usc.edu/programs/cet/careers/ online resources and videos] for academic careers from the [http://www.usc.edu/programs/cet/ Center for Excellence in Teaching] at [http://www.usc.edu/ USC].
 
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#[http://caps.uchicago.edu/grads/ online resources] from the [http://caps.uchicago.edu/ Career Advising and Planning Services] at the [http://www.uchicago.edu/ University of Chicago].
 
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◄ Back to [[How to Get a Job]]

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