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Houston got sued $25 million for no job posting.
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Anyone with a clue will know they have no shot without some credentials. With a clue I say again.
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(12-04-2019 11:26 PM)_C2_ Wrote:  Anyone with a clue will know they have no shot without some credentials. With a clue I say again.

I am professional armchair coach, I will be applying.
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Well it is UNLV. Gotta try everything:
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RE: UNLV thinks outside the box with their coaching search
I think this is basically just a legal thing for a state university. I saw a posting for Texas's OC and DC positions too
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(12-04-2019 11:52 PM)TDenverFan Wrote:  I think this is basically just a legal thing for a state university. I saw a posting for Texas's OC and DC positions too

Ah..if so I take back my snarky comment.
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I feel bad for UNLV's HR department...
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(12-04-2019 11:18 PM)IWokeUpLikeThis Wrote:  Houston got sued $25 million for no job posting.

Very much doubt they lose more than $1, as the claimant has no legitimate standing.
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(12-04-2019 11:02 PM)Mav Wrote:  https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=805bacb14ceb031f 03-drunk

This may be the Houston reaction. They post it to avoid a lawsuit, nothing more. They will still go through a search to find who they want.

IMHO the job posting laws for these executive positions are archaic legal vestiges that should be dropped. They reflect a bygone era, not the way business is done these days. In short they are a waste of time, and since time (on the job for some person in the department) is money, it's a waste of tax payer money.
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RE: UNLV thinks outside the box with their coaching search
This position just showed up on the “Jobs You May Be Interested In” on my LinkedIn account.

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RE: UNLV thinks outside the box with their coaching search
(12-05-2019 04:51 AM)Stugray2 Wrote:  
(12-04-2019 11:18 PM)IWokeUpLikeThis Wrote:  Houston got sued $25 million for no job posting.

Very much doubt they lose more than $1, as the claimant has no legitimate standing.

I'm sure the claimant and his lawyer think otherwise, which is why it is being argued in court.

Bottom line is, this UNLV ad is just legal boilerplate, it complies with Nevada laws about public posting of positions. If Houston had done this rather than rush to throw $4 million a year at a coach that absolutely nobody else in the country was competing with them to hire, they wouldn't be in court.
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Mark Anderson@markanderson65

An update: UNLV did not post to Indeed. Instead, Indeed picked it up from another site.

The #UNLVfb posting on Indeed was in error. It is university policy that all job openings are posted on a public site, but this particular opening was intended to be on one that is more targeted toward coaches. UNLV is trying to remove the listing.
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It says a minimum of five years' professional experience is required, does casually reading ESPN while at work count?

Also I hope they get a lot of applications like this:

https://www.sbnation.com/lookit/2013/12/...head-coach
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(12-05-2019 08:33 PM)Love and Honor Wrote:  It says a minimum of five years' professional experience is required, does casually reading ESPN while at work count?

Also I hope they get a lot of applications like this:

https://www.sbnation.com/lookit/2013/12/...head-coach

Or some of these would-be Dabo Sweeneys that put in for the Wiscy job a few years ago:

https://deadspin.com/i-do-not-fit-the-mo...ar-5978297
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(12-05-2019 04:55 AM)Stugray2 Wrote:  
(12-04-2019 11:02 PM)Mav Wrote:  https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=805bacb14ceb031f 03-drunk

This may be the Houston reaction. They post it to avoid a lawsuit, nothing more. They will still go through a search to find who they want.

IMHO the job posting laws for these executive positions are archaic legal vestiges that should be dropped. They reflect a bygone era, not the way business is done these days. In short they are a waste of time, and since time (on the job for some person in the department) is money, it's a waste of tax payer money.

They can't defend it and it has a discriminatory impact. They lose in court every time. The "connections" are the way these jobs are filled, but they have to go through the motions because the people with "connections" are heavily white male.

So they pick the person, write the description to match the person, post it and then go through the motions and pick the person they originally wanted. It doesn't matter that there is no discriminatory intent.
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funny Fertitta meddling got UNLV a crappy coach just like at uH
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(12-06-2019 09:02 AM)bullet Wrote:  
(12-05-2019 04:55 AM)Stugray2 Wrote:  
(12-04-2019 11:02 PM)Mav Wrote:  https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=805bacb14ceb031f 03-drunk

This may be the Houston reaction. They post it to avoid a lawsuit, nothing more. They will still go through a search to find who they want.

IMHO the job posting laws for these executive positions are archaic legal vestiges that should be dropped. They reflect a bygone era, not the way business is done these days. In short they are a waste of time, and since time (on the job for some person in the department) is money, it's a waste of tax payer money.

They can't defend it and it has a discriminatory impact. They lose in court every time. The "connections" are the way these jobs are filled, but they have to go through the motions because the people with "connections" are heavily white male.

So they pick the person, write the description to match the person, post it and then go through the motions and pick the person they originally wanted. It doesn't matter that there is no discriminatory intent.

But a job posting and resume collection makes no difference. That is not how executives, Department Chairs, School Presidents, Head Coaches and other highly compensated people are chosen to be interviewed. So why waste time and money on them. It is archaic.

If you want better outreach you need a Rooney rule, and an agreed oversight and reviewer of interview process. The NCAA is the only candidate for that role.

I just don't understand you guys thinking a job posting does anything at E team level jobs. Why do you even think that?
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