The Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE) works with divisional leaders, academic deans, and the office of Human Resources to make certain that recruitment and hiring are conducted in a manner that is consistent with equal opportunity and affirmative action laws and regulations and Dartmouth's institutional mission with regard to diversity.
Our Campus & Community Resource Guide (CCRG) provides information on and contact information for various community resources in the Upper Valley for prospective and new employees.
The role of IDE is to provide hiring managers with information about the availability of women and minorities in the labor market. This information is made available to hiring managers by job group and can be used as a tool to assess the composition of the applicant pool during the search process. IDE also identifies institutional problem areas as well as divisional challenges for each job group to assist hiring managers' efforts to contribute to meeting Dartmouth's hiring goals. Additionally, IDE periodically provides information to departmental and divisional leaders about Dartmouth's effectiveness with regard to Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action in recruitment and hiring.
IDE also shares information that helps hiring managers identify publications, websites and other networks that have proven to be useful in developing diverse candidate pools.
In the exempt recruitment process, Human Resources manages the transactional aspects of searches, such as job postings and receiving applications. If you are about to begin a new search for a staff position, first contact your HR consultant.
The Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity serves as a resource for hiring departments as they begin their search to fill select PDL-C level or above positions at Dartmouth. The role of IDE is to ensure that Dartmouth is in compliance with federal regulations related to recruitment practices and to assist hiring managers in enhancing the diversity of their applicant pools. In some cases, the hiring department may request a waiver to fill a position with an identified person. The step by step process includes consultation with our office.
The process is designed to expedite hiring for very select positions, to ensure consistency in the waiver process, to help track positions not filled through traditional search processes, and to comply with federal laws pertaining to hiring and promotion.
PDL-C (Program/Departmental Leadership positions), DDL-A and B (Departmental/Division Leadership positions) and IL (Institutional Leadership positions) positions are impacted by this process which involves the Office of Human Resources and IDE.
Information shared with IDE is always confidential. Our files are shared with no outside parties unless requested during a federal audit. This information will be treated with the same level of confidentiality given to grievances and complaints.
Recruiting and retaining highly qualified faculty and staff is a top priority at Dartmouth College. Increasingly, outstanding applicants may have an accomplished spouse or partner seeking employment. Dartmouth recognizes meeting the needs of two careers is crucial for a successful recruitment. We encourage prospective candidates and hiring departments to review our current Arts and Sciences faculty listings, Geisel School of Medicine faculty listings and Dartmouth College Human Resources employment website.
Geisel School Faculty Recruitment Manual
Please contact Theodosia Cook (6-3197) if you have any questions about Geisel School faculty recruitment procedures.
Last Updated: 3/24/17