Faculty & Staff Services
Posting On-campus Student Jobs
To meet EOE/AA guidelines, the University requires that you post your student employment opportunities for at least five (5) calendar days with our job listing partner GatorJOBS. This requirement applies to the following positions:
- Work Study Program (through Financial Aid)
- Student Assistant (non-work study)
- Instructional Student Assistant
- Teaching Associate
- Graduate Assistant
If you already know how to post on-campus jobs, proceed to the GatorJOBS link, under "jobs" at left.
Instructions for Posting On-campus Jobs
- Click the link under the Faculty and Staff heading. You will be taken to a GatorJOBS login page.
- Type your department’s five-digit, main extension (without spaces or hyphens) into the Username box.
- Type "student" (without quotation marks) into the Password box.
- Click the Login button at the bottom of the page. You will be taken to your department’s GatorJOBS Home page.
- Move your cursor over the View/Post Jobs item in the menu bar at the top of the GatorJOBS Web page.
- Click VIEW Job List on the drop down menu to view and update your department’s job listings in the GatorJOBS database.
- Click POST New Job on the drop down menu to create a new job listing.
Your posting will be viewable by students on the Posting Date you choose. It will be available to the students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, until it expires on the Expiration Date you choose. Call the Career Center at extension x5-3503 for assistance posting your student employment job.
Career Center Presentations
If you would like to have us speak to your class or student organization on a career-related topic, please contact the Career Counselor who is the liaison to your college. With advance notice, we can also prepare a topic more relevant to your class. Additionally, we have experience locating pertinent guest speakers from companies, government agencies and organizations.
- For a list of specialized topics, click here.
The Career Center coordinates career events including career fairs, career symposia, on-campus interviewing, and a variety of career workshops on resume writing, interviewing and job-searching. Please encourage your students to participate in these career events. When appropriate, many faculty members include these events in their syllabi or award extra credit to students for participating.
- To see a listing of Career Center events, click here.