• Ashley Mack

Finding Academic Job Postings

Updated: Nov 12

The odd thing about the academic job market is that there is not a uniform and singular way to search and find positions. Sometimes jobs only post on certain search engines. Sometimes, a job won’t even post to a search engine but will only be available on the individual school’s website. Below are search engines, databases, and webpages that are good for searching for academic jobs. Several, including NCA, Indeed, Chronicle, and Inside Higher Ed, allow you to create a job alert that will send you an email with a digest. However, do not just rely on this. The best approach is to follow the relevant job wikis, create email digests, check job searches regularly, and go directly to the job sites of any universities you are specifically interested in to search opportunities.


Visit this chronicle article to learn how to read a job advertisement.




Website Resources

NCA Career Center

NCA job search

American Studies job search

NWSA Job Site

Indeed

Inside Higher Ed

Chronicle of Higher Education

Higher ed jobs

Gender & Sexuality Opportunities

Community College Job Board

League for Innovation in Community College Job Board

H-Net Job Board

Inside Higher Ed’s Dual Career Search Tool

Higher education recruitment consortium 

Academic jobs online

Academic Keys

Academia.edu

American Association of Blacks in Higher Education job board


Job Wikis

Communication and Media Studies Job Wiki

Rhetoric and Composition Job Wiki 

Women/Gender/Queer Studies Job Wiki

Film Studies Job wiki

New Media and Digital Humanities Job Wiki

Ethnic Studies Job Wiki

American Studies job wiki


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