عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, the employment and use of human capital in organizations, especially higher education centers and universities, emphasizes the quality evaluation of applicants and attracting qualified and capable people. Therefore, it is important to provide a suitable model for attracting faculty members. The present study is a part of a mixed research with the aim of providing a model for faculty members recruitment in higher education institutions. In this regard, the research was conducted with a mixed approach in a sequential manner in two parts: qualitative and quantitative; First, in the qualitative stage, using the theoretical saturation law to determine the desired sample size in the qualitative section, through semi-structured interviews with 16 faculty members who were selected by purposive sampling, the components of faculty members recruitment were identified. The research data were analyzed using theme analysis technique. In the quantitative part to collect information using a researcher-made questionnaire on a larger scale among samples consisting of experts (experts, recruitment specialists, faculty members and applicants involved in the faculty members recruitment process) faculty members recruitment programs in the field were considered informed, distributed. The sample size was determined based on a rule in order to perform a confirmatory factor analysis of 300 people using the proportional stratified method. In order to make additional analyzes and to validate the proposed model, the data were analyzed with Amos software and using confirmatory factor analysis. According to the findings of confirmatory analysis, all dimensions, components and indicators of the model have a good fit. Therefore, the current model can be a good model for attracting faculty members of higher education institutions.