Below are links that contain the recruitment and hiring information for the designated faculty type.
To hire a new Non-Tenure Track faculty member or to rehire a Non-Tenure Track Faculty member who has been in a terminated status, the following documents will need to be completed and/or submitted to Human Resources:
The Insurance Eligibility Matrix will help determine if the new hire or rehire is benefits eligible and should attend orientation
Determination of the members of a search committee should be made early in the recruitment process. Human Resources is available to conduct search committee training or committee members can review the training linked below and send an e-mail to your Employment Consultant in Human Resources indicating they have reviewed the training.
Here are some resources to assist you with your Non-Tenure Track Faculty search:
To extend the contract of an existing Non-Tenure Track Faculty member, the following documents will need completed and/or submitted to Human Resources:
All advertisements should be clear, concise, and contain all relevant information. Each department must complete a Request for Advertising form and obtain proper approval.
Search Committee Training is now an online procedure for tenure-track Faculty searches. Identified committee members will receive a personally addressed email from Human Resources that includes instructions and a direct link to the training.
Once your search committee has been formed, please send an excel spreadsheet with the following information to your Tenure Track Employment Consultant:
Please Note: Submitting this information is the only way Human Resources will know who is required to receive online search committee training.
Here are some secondary resources to assist you in your Faculty Search:
Before interacting with a candidate, please review acceptable and unacceptable question list which can be found at the Pre-Employment Inquiry Guide prior to the telephone interviews, as well as for those individuals involved in on-campus interviews.
During your search, you may find that a recruitment letter is helpful in introducing your candidates to the ISU and Bloomington/Normal communities.
Policies for appointment of probationary faculty are outlined in the Appointment, Salary, Promotion and Tenure (ASPT) system. The ASPT system is approved by the Illinois State University academic senate and conforms to the Board of Trustees governing policies. The following paperwork is necessary to hire a new Tenure Track Faculty: