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FAQs - Employers

What do I do if I forget my login password?
Please log in using your email address as your User ID, and use the Forgot My Password button. If you need further assistance, please contact Career Services.
What is the recruiting policy for posting a position in HireJayhawks.com?

KU Career Services reserves the right to refuse service to employers due to any of the following:

  • requiring at the time of application personal information such as bank account and social security numbers;
  • misrepresentation by dishonest information or absence of information;
  • email accounts such as yahoo, aol and gmail that are not affiliated with the hiring organization;
  • P.O. Box addresses; fraud;
  • harassment of students, alumni, or staff;
  • breach of confidentiality;
  • failure to adhere to these Career Center polices and/or any violation of rules and regulations, and local, state, and federal laws
How do I post a job or internship?
Under the Jobs tab, click on Job Postings and then Post a Job. You will have the option to choose “Post to this School Only” or “Post to Multiple Schools”. Please click on one of these options to add your posting. You may start a new posting or choose to copy current and/or archived positions in order to save time. Please update the grad dates and other requirements as needed. Hold the control key to make multiple selections (work authorization, majors, etc.). Once submitted, the job will be forwarded to Career Services for approval. When the position is approved, typically within 2 business days, you will receive notification via email.
How often can I post a job or internship?
The default expiration date for job and internship postings is 30 - 60 days. Employers may select an expiration date earlier than the 30 day default; however, KU Career Services will not approve any positions that are posted / reposted with new deadlines multiple times within the 30 days. We recommend that employers log back into HireJayhawks once a posting has expired and extend the deadline if additional applicants are desired. This ensures that our candidates view a variety of opportunities available and the database is up-to-date.
What are KU's offer guidelines?
KU Career Services subscribes to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Practice for all recruiting practices, including their policy statement on Reasonable Offer Deadlines. Adherence to the following guidelines is requested of all employers recruiting KU students in order to promote a fair and ethical recruiting process.
KU asks employers to:
  • Maintain an open and free selection of employment opportunities in an atmosphere conducive to objective thought, where job candidates can choose optimum long-term uses of their talents that are consistent with personal objectives and all relevant facts.
  • Maintain a recruitment process that is fair and equitable to candidates and employing organizations.
  • Support informed and responsible decision making by candidates.
***View the KU School of Business's specific offer guidelines for recruiting.
Is there a cost for posting positions?
Posting in HireJayhawks.com is free of charge. Your account will allow you to post jobs and internships, register for career events, complete an organizational profile, advertise events you are hosting, and more. If you want to post positions to multiple schools at once via One-Stop, there may be a charge.
How will I receive applications?
You may choose whether you would like applications emailed to you directly, submitted via your company’s website,  collected in HireJayhawks.com or both. The system can automatically send you a bundle of applicant resumes after the resume deadline if you select "Yes" in reference to "Automatic Application Packet Generation" within the job posting form.
What if I'm not receiving enough applications?
Please contact your career center with your concern and we can make sure the position is posted correctly and determine if there are other appropriate outlets where we can promote your posting.
How do I register for career fairs?
Log in to HireJayhawks.com , go to the bottom right-hand corner of the home screen at the Attend Events section. Click on the fair you wish to register for, and you will be directed to the registration form.
Which career center should I contact?

The University of Kansas has four career centers that all work together to assist students. Choose the office below that best fits your recruiting needs.

University Career Center: ucc@ku.edu / 785-864-3624

The University Career Center (UCC) offers a wide range of quality services designed to support and challenge students at all points on the career development and implementation path.

The UCC offers individualized career coaching services, quality career planning courses, outreach programs, the most comprehensive collection of career resources on campus, a first-class website and numerous opportunities to connect with leading employers from around the country and the world.

UCC works with students in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, School of Education, School of Social Welfare; School of Architecture, Design & Planning; any deciding student; and any student wanting to explore careers or majors who need further help with:

  • Choosing/exploring a career or major
  • Searching and applying for jobs or internships
  • Preparing job search documents: resume, Curriculum vitae, cover letters, statements of interest
  • Deciding whether to pursue a job or graduate program
  • Preparing for an interview
  • Negotiating an offer and/or salary
  • Networking
  • Cleaning up their online presence and/or utilizing LinkedIn
     

Business Career Services: kubuscareer@ku.edu / 785-864-5591

Capitol Federal Hall, Room 1130
1654 Naismith Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045

The mission of the University of Kansas School of Business is to prepare students for careers in the practice of business and management by maintaining a leading business school that fosters the creation and dissemination of knowledge in a changing global environment.

BCS works with students accepted into the School of Business wanting job and internship search assistance with:

  • Searching and applying for jobs or internships
  • Preparing job search documents: resume, curriculum vitae, cover letters, statements of interest
  • Preparing for an interview
  • Negotiating an offer and/or salary
  • Networking
  • Cleaning up their online presence and/or utilizing LinkedIn

 

Engineering Career Center: ecc@ku.edu / 785-864-3891

LEEP 2, Room 1410
1536 W. 15th Street
Lawrence, KS 66045

The KU Engineering Career Center's mission is to provide information, resources and opportunities to engineering and computing students so they may confidently pursue their desired career goals. This includes connecting students to potential employers and graduate / professional school programs.

They serve both students and employers alike by hosting the own bi-annual engineering & computing career fairs. The KU Engineering Career Center also conducts mock interviews, resume reviews, employer information sessions, on-campus interviews and more.

ECC works with students accepted into the School of Engineering wanting job and internship search assistance with:

  • Searching and applying for jobs or internships
  • Preparing job search documents: resume, curriculum vitae, cover letters, statements of interest
  • Preparing for an interview
  • Negotiating an offer and/or salary
  • Networking

 

Journalism Career Center: steve_rottinghaus@ku.edu / 785-864-7630

Stauffer-Flint Hall, Room 120
1435 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045

The Journalism Career Center offers career guidance and counseling for J-School students. The JCC can help students at any stage in their college career, whether they are ready to enter the job market or just beginning to explore the possibilities of journalism.

JCC works with students accepted into the School of Journalism wanting assistance with:

  • Compiling a dynamic resume
  • Finding an internship
  • Interviewing with confidence and comfort
  • Arranging interviews with on-campus recruiters
  • Networking
  • Securing a job that's well suited for them
What work authorization do I select when posting jobs and internships?
Most jobs in the U.S. cannot be limited to U.S. Citizens only. Unless, the position is strictly for U.S. Citizens, please select both U.S. Citizen and Legally Authorized to Work Indefinitely in the U.S. without Sponsorship. Exceptions include if U.S. citizenship is required by law, regulation, executive order, or government contract.

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