Online Career Center
If you need more information, there are detailed instructions for each module below.
Begin by clicking Create a new position
. Enter relevant contact information into the following fields: Conference Contact Name and Cell or Hotel phone, Conference location or email. Company and contact information is automatically filled in from your user profile; however, you can change this information, if, for example, you are posting positions but you are not the contact. Enter a short name that identifies the position and check relevant job details from the following lists of check boxes: Required Education, Field of Study, Industry, Job Roles, Area(s) of Expertise. These check boxes are used for searching, so use them to define your job requirements.
Enter a concise description in the Description field. Please do not use company logos or heavily formatted text. Instead add a link to your company website. We request this in order to maintain a consistant look and feel to the job opening search results pages. Thank you for following these guidelines.
Job openings are automatically removed after 90 days. To extend the time a posting is valid for addtional 90 day periods, select the position from the grid and click Submit which re-submits the existing position.
Always click Submit
to save the position.
Select the time period in which the job was posted: No Preference, Posted in the last 7 days, and Posted in the last 30 days. You can narrow the search further by selecting a specific company or region. Next select the required education, field of study, industry, job roles, or area(s) of expertise. Once the criteria has been selected click Search
to submit the query.
Job Search Results.
By default the job search results page displays a grid listing jobs that fit the search criteria you selected, this is called Page View
. Click Scrolling View
to see all job openings in a format suitable for printing and fast viewing. In Page View
clicking the select button next to each job in the grid displays its details in the area below the grid. You can save jobs to your personal file for further review by clicking Add to saved jobs list
. Jobs in your list are denoted by the same button now labeled Remove from saved jobs list
. Click this button to remove the job from your saved list. Jobs displayed in the grid can be sorted by clicking the header at the top of each job list column. To print your results check Scrolling View
and click the Print
link in the module header. Using Scrolling View
is also a fast way to add jobs to the saved jobs list
The saved jobs page is nearly identical in layout to job search results. The primary difference is that the jobs displayed come from the employee’s personal file. Remove from Saved Jobs is clicked to remove the selected job from the list, all other functionality remains identical to the job search results.
Resume EntryBegin by deciding whether you want your resume to be kept confidential. Confidential resumes will not display contact information or allow a hard copy to be downloaded. Employers have the option to send you an email requesting further information. Employers do not see who the email is sent to. The resume entry page contains fields for the following information: Conference location, cell or hotel phone number, Profession, Years of experience, Degree, degree field and year conferred. Work experience and objectives is handled similar to Microsoft Word with a limited amount of text formatting. Select the appropriate check boxes from the following lists: Preferred Industry, Job Roles, Area(s) of Expertise, Preferred Region and whether they have a USA work permit. The employment center supports resume file upload, a document, in Word, RTF or PDF format can be uploaded to the server to provide employers with a hardcopy of a candidates resume. Click Save Resume to submit your resume.
The resume search page is similar to job search, begin by selecting the date range the resume was posted. Select Degree field and check the appropriate boxes to narrow down the results. Check boxes are available for level of Education, Preferred Industry, Preferred Job Roles, Area(s) of Expertise and Preferred Region. Clicking Search displays the Resume Search Results page.
Resume Search Results. The resume search results page is identical in layout and function to the job search results. In default Page View resumes are displayed in a grid with a select button on each line and sorting columns on the top. Selecting a resume lets you view detailed information and provides the option to save the resume or view the saved PDF file, if the resume is not confidential. Resumes flagged as confidential do not allow the full file to be viewed nor do they show personal contact information, instead a link is provided that generates an automatic email to the individual and gives them the option of contacting the employer. Scrolling View displays resumes in a format suitable for printing. Click the Print link in the module header to view and print the page without headers. Click Add to saved resume list any resumes you wish to save to your personal list.
Saved Resumes. The saved resumes page is nearly identical in layout to the resume search results. The primary difference is that the resumes displayed come from the employer’s personal file. An option to remove the saved resume is placed on the page, while all other functionality remains identical to the resume search results.