Search Committee Resources
This page is under development. When completed, it will provide a collection of resources to ensure that everyone who participates in the recruitment process is conducting a fair and diverse search, as well as ensure we hire the best, most qualified candidates for open positions.
Required Search Committee Training
New search committee training was announced February 2019, and all are encouraged to complete the training at your earliest convenience. The new search committee training is required for all search committee members participating in all hiring events. You can access the search committee training at http://go.unc.edu/searchcommittee
Recommended Search Committee Training: Unconscious Bias Training
Search committee members are strongly encourage to participate in our Unconscious Bias Training. This workshop helps bring awareness to unintended/implicit bias that may be encountered in the recruiting process. This workshop will be offered monthly throughout the year. Available dates and links to register.
Employment Listings – Boilerplate
The following text has been created and pre-approved for use on employment listings posted outside of the UNC Careers at Carolina job board:
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the nation’s first public university, is a global higher education leader known for innovative teaching, research and public service. The UNC School of Medicine, partnered with UNC Health Care, is consistently ranked among the top medical schools in the US. As an institution, we strive to promote a diverse, inclusive environment where our colleagues excel in the interrelated areas of patient care, education, and research.
Chapel Hill is a vibrant college community that borders the Research Triangle Park, known globally for innovation in research & technology, along with Durham and Raleigh. With its famed collegiate rivalries, beautiful green spaces, and thriving economies, our region is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live, work, play, and learn.
Search committees are encouraged to add information to this text that markets your specific area and its commitment to diversity. If information is added to this text, please forward revised text to your HR representative to route through University offices (EOC) for approval and to ensure there are no unintended biases before using. This approval process is quick and should take only a few days.