• Employment Search Resources

    Diversity & Equal Employment Opportunity

    Monmouth University is committed to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff. OED has responsibility for developing affirmative action policy and monitoring the University's compliance with federal and state regulations regarding Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Recruitment

    Diversity matters at Monmouth. It is a core value of our University and a key factor in assuring the excellence, inclusiveness, and welcoming environment that make Monmouth University a great place to work and learn

    OED can assist in developing the most effective diversity recruitment strategy for your department, an effective strategy will be critical to creating and maintaining the desired mix of staff diversity on your team.

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    Insight to Diversity

    National EEO recruitment publication directed to females, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
    address: 11132 South Towne Square, Suite 203, St. Louis, MO 63132
    phone: 314-200-9955 or 800-537-0655
    fax: 314-200-9956

    address: 328 Innovation Boulevard, Suite 235, State College, PA 16803
    phone: 814-861-3080
    fax: 814-861-3082

    Black Issues in Higher Education
    Academic and administrative positions are published 26 times a year.
    address: 10520 Warwick Avenue, Suite B-8, Fairfax, VA 22030
    phone: 703-385-2981 or 800-783-3199
    fax: 703-385-1839
    web: www.blackissues.com
    email: biads@cmabiccw.com

    Women in Higher Education
    Great resource to reach 12,000 women who have administrative careers in higher education.
    address: One Montgomery St., Suite 1200, San Francisco, CA 94104
    phone: 888-378-2537
    fax: 888-481-2665
    e-mail: lfarringto@wihe.com

    Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education
    Published 26 times a year, it is the sole Hispanic journal on today's college campus that reaches a broad cultural audience of educators, administrators, students, student service, and community-based organizations, plus corporations.
    address: 220 Kinderkamack Rd., Westwood, NJ 07675
    phone: 800-549-8280
    fax: 201-587-9105
    e-mail: pub@hispanicoutlook.com

    Minority On-Line Information Service (MOLIS)
    Utilizing appropriate technology, MOLIS provides value-added services that promote education, research, and diversity on a national level for minority institutions in partnership with government, industry, and other sectors.
    address: 555 Quince Orchard Road, Suite 200, Gaithersburg, MD 20878
    phone: 800-253-3349 or (301) 975-0103
    fax: 301-975-0109
    web: web.fie.com/web/mol/user.htm
    e-mail: molis@sciencewise.com

    American Council on Education
    Maintains resume banks for top administrative positions.
    address: One Dupont Circle, NW, Washington, DC 20036
    phone: (202) 939-9300
    fax: (202) 833-4760
    web: www.acenet.edu

    The Black Collegian Online
    Targeted to recent African American B.A./B.S. graduates seeking professional positions, month-long advertising online.
    phone: (504) 523-0154
    web: www.black-collegian.com

    Society of Women Engineers
    Maintains database of resumes plus listserv on jobs.
    address: 203 N La Salle St., Suite 1675, Chicago, IL 60601
    phone: 877-793-4636
    web: www.swe.org
    email: hq@swe.org

    American Society of Women Accountants
    Online job listings plus chapter contacts throughout Indiana.
    address: 2365 Harrodsburg Rd., A325, Lexington, KY 40504
    phone: 859-219-3532 or 800 326-2163
    fax: 859-219-3533
    web: www.afwa.org
    e-mail: aswa@aswa.org

    National Association of Black Accountants
    Online job listings and placement service.
    address: 7474 Greenway Center Dr., Suite 1120, Greenbelt, MD  20770
    phone: 301-474-6222
    fax: 301-474-3114
    web: www.nabainc.org

    Online advertising for professional and technology positions.
    address: 909 Poydras Street, 36th Floor, New Orleans, LA 70112
    phone: (504) 523-0154
    fax: (504) 523-0271
    web: www.imdiversity.com
    email: sales@imdiversity.com

    Association for Women in Science
    Research and academic positions; published six times per year plus online advertising.
    address: 1321 Duke St., Suite 210, Alexandria, VA  22314
    phone: 703-894-4490
    web: www.awis.org
    email: awis@awis.org

    Society for Advancement of Chicano & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)
    Published six times per year plus online advertising.
    address: P.O. Box 8526, Santa Cruz, CA 95061-8526
    phone: (831) 459-0170
    fax: (831) 459-0194
    email: info@sacnas.org

    Directory of Scientific Research Centers in Minority Institutions
    Detailed descriptions that include area of research, facilities, and principal investigators.
    address: National Institutes of Health,  9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20892-5662
    phone: 301-496-4000
    web: www.ncrr.nih.gov  

    American Indians in Science and Engineering (AISES) Magazine published quarterly plus online advertising.
    address: P.O. Box 9828, Albuquerque, NM 87119-9828
    phone: (505) 765-1052
    fax: (505) 765-5608
    web: www.aises.org
    email: info@aises.org

    Women in Technology International
    Computing, science, and technology positions.
    address: 11500 Olympic Blvd. Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90064
    phone: 818-788-9484
    web: www.witi.org
    email: info@witi.com

    World Computer Society
    Academic and professional positions.
    address: 2001 L Street N.W., Suite 700, Washington, DC 20036-4928
    phone: 202-371-0101
    fax: 202-728-9614
    web: www.computer.org
    email: advertising@computers.org (for advertising only)

    Guidelines for Pre-Employment Inquiries






    Questions about age, requests for birth certificate.



    Inquiries regarding a person's prior and/or current arrest record.



    Number and ages of children, child bearing/rearing queries.


    May ask questions about legal authorization to work in the specific position if all applicants are asked.

    May not ask if person is a U.S. citizen.



    Inquiries regarding a person's prior and/or conviction record.


    Inquiries about degree or equivalent experience.



    May ask about applicant's ability to do job-related functions.

    Question (or series of questions) that is likely to solicit information about a disability.


    Whether applicant can meet work schedule or job requirements if all applicants are asked.

    Any inquiry about marital status, children, pregnancy, or child care plans.


    May ask all applicants if legally authorized to work in this specific position.

    May not ask if person is a U.S. citizen.



    Inquiries regarding credit record, owning a home, or garnishment record.



    Inquiries about membership in a political party.


    Inquiries about professional organizations related to the position.

    Inquiries about professional organizations suggesting race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.



    Comments about complexion, color of skin, height, weight, or sexual orientation.


    Describe the work schedule and ask whether applicant can work that schedule

    Inquiries about religious preferences, affiliation, or denominations.