Seminar: Negotiating your Faculty Job Offer

Whether you are considering applying to academic positions this Fall or at some point in the next few years, you may want to attend this Office of Career and Professional Development seminar.

 

Seminar Goals:

Get your questions answered:

  • What are the components of a faculty job offer?
  • How are faculty salaries structured?
  • How detailed should your start-up budget be?
  • What non-salary items can be discussed?
  • What strategies and language can I use to negotiate?

 

Speaker:

Bill Lindstaedt, MS. Assistant Vice Chancellor of UCSF's Career Advancement, International and Postdoctoral Services​

Bill Lindstaedt has been helping scientists and engineers make career decisions for over twenty years. He was the Director of the Office of Career and Professional Development at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) for 13 years. Since October 2014, he has served as the Executive Director of the umbrella unit known as Career Advancement, International & Postdoctoral Services (CAIPS). Lindstaedt is also co-author of "myIDP", a popular career development tool hosted by Science magazine's careers site.

 

Dates and Times:

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mission Bay MH 1400 Register here

 

Materials:

Slides from 2017:

 

Materials used in the seminar:

 

 

What next?

Part II: Start developing your negotiation strategy at this workshop on November 16.

 

To prepare for your academic job search, visit the OCPD website for tips, resources and sample materials:

http://career.ucsf.edu/academic-careers

Questions? Contact Laurence Clement, Program Director of Academic Career Development at [email protected].