Job Placement Center
Searching for your next academic job? Trying to fill an available academic position?
Then come join us for ASIS&T’s Annual Meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, October 14-18 2016, where Doctoral Students/Academics & Higher Education hiring departments will have the opportunity to interview, network, and learn about each other. As a free service, ASIS&T brings together hiring departments and job-seeking candidates all in one convenient location.
For Doctoral Students/Academics, ASIS&T’s Annual Meeting (AM) will provide you a venue to explore your job opportunities, get career advice and interview with leading institutions. Explore the current job postings to discover how ASIS&T’s AM can help you obtain your future academic position.
For Higher Education Institutions, ASIS&T’s AM is a convenient recruitment tool for networking and interviewing with qualified candidates in the information studies and technology fields attending the AM. Join the many universities, colleges, and research organizations already signed up for the AM by registering at the link below.
Post Jobs and Resumes
ASIS&T uses an online submission system to help facilitate job seekers and employers at the Annual Meeting. This is a free service and is open to all attendees. Only those registered for the meeting will be emailed a password to view posted jobs & resumes.
Employers and candidates should contact one another before the meeting to schedule an interview at the Crowne Plaza in Copenhagen during the conference, where we will have interview rooms available.
- What Questions Do I Ask During an Interview for a Faculty Position?, by Judith A. Jablonski, Ph.D.
- Questions to Ask During an Academic Interview, from Dartmouth, offers an excellent array of questions to ask during an academic interview, primarily for campus visits.
- Tips on the Interview Process, from Carnegie Mellon, focuses on campus interviews.
- The Ph.D. Job Hunt- Helping Students Find the Right Positions , from the University of Washington, focuses on finding the right match which is useful for advisors and students.