Interfolio’s Dossier service makes it easier for job candidates to deliver multiple applications, and ByCommittee centralizes and streamlines the candidate evaluation process for hiring committees, said Amy Ferrer, executive director, APA.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
Interfolio, a trusted provider of higher education credential management and committee-based decision-making services, today announced a partnership with the American Philosophical Association (APA), one of the largest philosophical societies globally, to offer APA members a free Interfolio Dossier account and a complimentary one-year subscription of Interfolio ByCommittee.
“The APA continues to look for innovative tools to help our members on the job market reduce the stress and costs associated with finding a job, and also to help philosophy departments select the most qualified faculty members,” said Amy Ferrer, executive director of the American Philosophical Association. “Interfolio’s Dossier service makes it easier for job candidates to deliver multiple applications, and ByCommittee centralizes and streamlines the candidate evaluation process for hiring committees.”
With Dossier, job-seeking members of APA can upload, store and deliver their academic credentials online to any hiring institution. Additionally, letter writers can submit confidential letters of recommendation on members’ behalf online.
APA members can use Interfolio ByCommittee, a secure online committee-based decision making service, to help their philosophy departments streamline the evaluation and selection of faculty candidates. The service makes time-intensive processes unnecessary by allowing search committees to collaborate online with sophisticated evaluation tools and workflows specifically built for higher education institutions. Dossier delivery fees are waived for candidates applying to institutions using Interfolio ByCommittee.
“We’re excited to give the APA the opportunity to provide their members trusted technology services that will ease the challenge of applying for multiple faculty positions,” said Steve Goldenberg, CEO of Interfolio. “Interfolio remains dedicated to helping search committees effectively evaluate and select the most qualified and diverse candidates.”
Interfolio is a trusted provider of higher education credential management and committee-based decision-making services. Interfolio’s Dossier, ByCommittee and Letter Writer services help scholars manage the lifecycle of their academic and professional careers and enable institutions to select the most talented and diverse faculty. Supporting more than 300,000 scholars, Interfolio helps individuals manage their academic documents and confidential recommendation letters. Institutions use Interfolio to streamline the search committee process while maintaining compliant faculty selection practices. For more information, please find Interfolio at http://www.interfolio.com and on Twitter at @interfolio.
About The American Philosophical Association
The American Philosophical Association was founded in 1900 to promote the exchange of ideas among philosophers, to encourage creative and scholarly activity in philosophy, to facilitate the professional work and teaching of philosophers, and to represent philosophy as a discipline. Having grown from a few hundred members to over 10,000, the American Philosophical Association is one of the largest philosophical societies in the world and the only American philosophical society not devoted to a particular school or philosophical approach. For more information, visit http://www.apaonline.org.