User Roles in Interfolio's Faculty Search
A user's role determines their capabilities in Interfolio Faculty Search. There are a few different types of users in the program: Institutional Administrators, Administrators, Committee Managers, Evaluators, and EEO Officers. Administrators can also be given EEO access.
Evaluators are assigned to one or more search committees or reviews by an Administrator or Committee Manager. Evaluators can view applications, add labels to applications, and if permissions allow, can add ratings and comments on applications.
Committee Managers supervise searches at the department level. Committee Managers can edit settings and statuses (if permissions allow), view reports, communicate with applicants, and evaluate applications.
Administrators can create, manage, and monitor searches at their assigned institutional level, or at units in the hierarchy below the unit they administer. They can also control settings and permissions for the units administer.
Institutional Administrators can control settings and view positions, applications, and reports across an entire institution. They can also set up workflows in the program for approving new positions, and approving new hires.
Equal Employment Opportunity Officers are usually staff from Human Resources, Institutional Diversity, or another campus office who are responsible for EEO standards and practices at an institution. EEO officers monitor and run EEO reports on positions to which they have access. They can also flag positions that may not meet an institution's diversity requirements.
See below for an overview of the functions of each role.