Redacted Application Material Instructions and Sample Redacted CV for Faculty Positions

Hartwick College is committed to a diverse candidate pool, values an inclusive workforce and workplace environment, and wishes to minimize or eliminate the impact of implicit bias during the search and hiring process. One effort we are implementing is anonymous applicant material review. During the initial stage of our search process, search committees review applicant materials where any reference to someone’s name is not present. 

Special Instructions for Applicants: 

We request that you submit two single pdf copies of your application materials. One of these copies should have any and all reference to your name redacted. The other copy should leave any reference to your name intact. Both copies should be inclusive of the content below. 

All materials should be sent electronically to facultyjobs@hartwick.edu with [Position Title] in the subject line. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

An example of a redacted CV is below. 


Name: XXXXXXX

Education:

Green University, Biology, Ph.D. 1998

Green University, B.A. 1994

Employment:

1999-2001, Postdoctoral Fellow, Blue University 

Honors, awards, and Grants:

Please provide information about any honors, awards, or grants without divulging your name.

Publications:

Please list your publications without divulging your name as illustrated in the following examples. For redacting purposes, please only list your initials. If publications are shared-authorship, please adhere to the examples beginning with the third publication. Note: Applicant is M. J.

M. J. (2010). Food and sustainability in the south. Journal of Sustainability.

M. J. (2010). A note on trophic complexity and community stability. Journal of Science.

M. J. and Smith, T. (1999). The effects of food bacteria. Journal of Science.

Johnson, R., M. J., and Robertson, S. (1999). The effects of food bacteria. Journal of Science.

M. J. and Jones, W. (1999). Health and social justice. Journal of Sustainability.

Taylor, R., Smith, V., Jones, Q, and M. J. (1996). Challenges health. Journal of Science.

Presentations:

Please list presentations without divulging your name as illustrated in the following examples. For redacting purposes, please only list your initials. If presentations are co-presented, please adhere to the second example. Note: Applicant is M. J.

M. J. (2015). The impact of mentorship on faculty of color. Equity and Social Justice Conference.

M. J. and Peterson, E. (2017). Diversity and inclusion in the workplace environment. Conference on Equity in Higher Education.

You may include any additional information you wish about your teaching experience, seminars given, etc., but please do not divulge your name.

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