Dual Career Services Intake Form

Thank you for your interest in dual career services through James Madison University's Dual Career and Community Resource Program. Human Resources provides assistance and support to dual career families during their transition to the Shenandoah Valley.

Please complete this form and submit. Please also email your current resume/curriculum vitae to Alicia Proctor, Recruitment Specialist, at proctoan@jmu.edu.

Today's Date:

Person Being Recruited or Employed by JMU:


Department Recruiting/Employing You:

Position Title:

Hiring Status:

Date Hired/Expected Date of Hire

Spouse/Partner Information

Contact Information

Spouse/Partner Name:

Phone Number:


About Your Job Search

Are You Authorized to Work in the United States?

Job Preferences: (check all that apply)

JMU Only
Other university/college
Instructional faculty
Non-academic position
Local employer (20+ miles)
Regional employer (20+ miles)

When do you intend to begin your job search?

When would you be available to begin employment?

What job titles(s) describe the types of positions you are most interested in finding?

Are there companies/institutions in the area for whom you are particularly interested in working for?

If you were to market yourself in a few sentences, what would you say?


You have permission to forward my resume/CV/Self-summary to potential employers/community contacts.

You do not have my permission to forward my resume/CV/Self-summary.

Expectation of Services:

Job search Assistance
Resume Assistance
Interview Preparation
Networking Opportunities
Community Information

Do you have any additional information you would like to provide to us at this time?

Questions? Please contact Alicia Proctor, Recruitment Specialist at proctoan@jmu.edu or 540-568-7203

While the Dual Career and Community Resource Program provides invaluable support in job search efforts, the university cannot guarantee job placement for family members at JMU or in the local community. The success and length of a job search will depend upon several factors including: economic conditions, candidate's background, the time and methods dedicated to the search, and the type of position sought.

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