Work-Life Liaisons support the faculty recruitment efforts in each college by meeting individually with candidates to discuss Virginia Tech’s dual career resources, extend-the-tenure-clock policies, modified duties polices, commitment to diversity, community resources, and to refer candidates to appropriate resources for additional information. These meetings are confidential and separate from the formal search process.
The role of the Liaison is designed to meet the unique needs of each college. In some colleges, in addition to meeting with candidates, the Work-Life Liaison may also help shape search processes, and answer questions from search committee members.
Work-Life Liaison Contacts
Contact your college's Work-Life Liaison directly to schedule their meeting with your candidate.
|Agriculture and Life Sciences||Susan Chen|
|Architecture, Arts, and Design||Grant Hamming|
|Liberal Arts and Human Sciences|
|Natural Resources and Environment||Candice Albert|
|Pamplin College of Business|
|VTC School of Medicine||Jaime Hollimion|
Suggested Meeting Language
Suggested language for referring to the work-life liaison meeting on your candidate’s itinerary:
Meeting with Dr. Jane Doe, VT Work-Life Policies
A confidential 30-minute conversation to discuss Virginia Tech’s dual career resources, extend-the-tenure-clock policies, modified duties policies, commitment to diversity, community resources, etc.
In addition to individually-scheduled meetings with, the Work-Life Liaisons also meet monthly as a group to share information and receive updates and education to support their work.
Meetings will be held in-person at Preston’s in the Inn at Virginia Tech at 11:30 a.m. on the following dates:
- September 16, 2022
- October 21, 2022
- November 18, 2022
- January 20, 2023
- February 17, 2023
- March 17, 2023
- April 21, 2023
- May 5, 2023