How to Apply
Your Curriculum Vita
Duquesne University selects applicants based on their knowledge, skills, and abilities and the correlation to the requirements of a particular position.
- The curriculum vita is the main source of information concerning qualifications.
- Because it is not possible to interview all applicants, be as specific and as thorough as possible in your letter of interest, curriculum vitae and/or employment application.
How To Apply Using Interfolio's ByCommittee
Duquesne University is currently using Interfolio's ByCommittee product to give you streamlined access to apply for our open faculty positions. You will see these positions listed when you search for the name of our nine schools.
Select the position to which you are applying from our announcement and or click http://apply.interfolio.com/XXXX directly from the position landing page to log in to your account. You will see a list of required documents for the position.
Click Add next to each requirement to either (a) upload a document or (b) select a document from your Dossier to fulfill that requirement. Do this for each requirement you are able to complete. Click Continue when you are done adding documents.
Next, you may be asked to complete some application forms for the position. Click Continue when you are finished.
Once you have added documents and completed required application forms, you will be returned to a delivery review page.
If you have not completed all the required documents - do not worry. You can send more documents in a new delivery later on, as long as the application process is still open.
When you finished, click Complete Application to send your delivery.
Applications / curriculum vitas will be given full consideration for a period of six months. During this time period your employment history and skills will be carefully reviewed.
Searches are initiated under the direction of the Provost & Academic Vice president and the appropriate Dean.
Search committees are assigned and are responsible for the screening and selection process in conjunction with the appropriate Dean.