Please note: We are implementing a new career services management tool, Handshake. Existing Handshake users can log into their accounts here. New users can create Handshake accounts here. Students will be joining Handshake starting June 1.
For jobs and internships with immediate application deadlines, you can continue to post on Wildcat JobLink until May 31. The platform will be unavailable after June 30.
UA Career Services provides employers with a top-rated recruitment experience with bright, creative, easily-assimilated candidates destined to make any organization's future brighter. You bring the opportunities to our students and alumni, and we'll partner with you in this mutual success story.
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Established in 1885, the University of Arizona, the state’s super land-grant university with two medical schools, produces graduates who are real-world ready through its 100% Student Engagement initiative. Recognized as a global leader and ranked 16 for the employability of its graduates, UA is also a leader in research, bringing more than $580 million in research investment each year, and ranking 20 among all public universities. UA is advancing the frontiers of interdisciplinary scholarship and entrepreneurial partnerships, and is a member of the Association of American of Universities, the 62 leading public and private research universities. It benefits the state with an estimated economic impact of $8.3 billion annually. For information about UA students, view our annual reports accessible from the link below.
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Career Services and employment professionals are involved in an important process--helping students choose and attain personally rewarding careers and helping employers develop effective college relations programs that contribute to effective candidate selections for their organizations.
The impact of this process upon individuals and organizations requires practitioners' commitment to principles for professional conduct. The principles presented here are designed to provide practitioners with three basic precepts:
- Maintain open and free selection of employment opportunities in an atmosphere conducive to objectivity
- Maintain a fair and equitable recruitment process
- Support informed and responsible decision-making by candidates
Adherence to the guidelines will support the collaborative effort of career planning, placement and recruitment of professionals while reducing the potential for abuses.
The guidelines apply to new technology or third-party recruiting relationships, which may be substituted for the traditional personal interaction among Career Services professionals, employer professionals and students. These principles are not inclusive. They are intended to serve as a foundation upon which professionalism can be promoted.
Third-Party Recruiting/Pyramiding/Multi-Level Marketing
Third-party recruiters will be extended services if a) they are recruiting for employment within their own organization or b) if they are representing a specified client. Third-party recruiters are required to identify the client/organization they are representing and state specifically the jobs and/or internships for which they are recruiting in the job posting or event registration. Resumes obtained during campus recruiting cannot be shared with other third party recruiters or other clients.
Employer opportunities offered to University of Arizona students and alumni via Career Services must abide by EEO standards, NACE Principles for Professional Practice, offer a salary or hourly opportunity and not cost candidates a fee of any sort except for certain licenses such as necessary in financial services, real estate, etc. that can be carried with the candidate to any organization of their choosing.
UA Career Services reserves the right to restrict recruiting services at any time.
University of Arizona Wildcat JobLink Posting Policy
Wildcat JobLink is the central resource for recruiting talented and diverse University of Arizona students and alumni from multiple disciplines. Students looking for skill building employment experiences, quality internships, full time career positions requiring a 4 year bachelor’s degree or above utilize this site as well as experienced alumni looking to advance their careers. In addition, qualified employers can engage in a full array of programs including career fairs, mixers, targeted recruiting events/services, resume referral, and campus interviewing. See full policy by viewing our Wildcat JobLink Posting Policy.