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HOW TO APPLY

Current Employees

All current employees automatically have an account. Go to the Current Employee button below to sign in with your NetID. Ensure the information in your Account Profile is accurate.  FSA, PEO and Student Employeesare considered External Candidates.

CURRENT EMPLOYEE

External Candidate

Create or access your account profile by going to the External Candidate button below. Ensure the information in your Account Profile is accurate and up-to-date. FSA, PEO and Student Employees are considered External Candidates.

EXTERNAL CANDIDATE

Our application system supports the following web browsers:

⇒ IE 11 (64 bit) - Windows 7: Certified; Windows 8.1: Supported; Windows 10: Supported MAC
⇒ Safari 11.1.2 - Windows OS: Not Supported MAC OS: Certified
⇒ Safari 12.1.2 - Windows OS: Not Supported MAC OS: Supported
⇒ Firefox 60.4.0 ESR - Windows OS: Certified MAC OS: Supported
⇒ Firefox 64.0.2 - Windows OS: Certified MAC OS: Supported
⇒ Chrome 64 - Windows OS: Certified MAC OS: Supported

STEP 1: Your Account Profile

  • CURRENT EMPLOYEES: All current employees automatically have an account. Go to Current Employees  to sign in with your NetID. Ensure the information in your Account Profile is accurate.  FSA, PEO and Student Employees are considered External Candidates.

  • EXTERNAL CANDIDATES: Create or access your account profile by going to External Candidates . Ensure the information in your Account Profile is accurate. FSA, PEO and Student Employees are considered External Candidates.  

STEP 2: Search for Jobs

You can filter your job search by job field, organization, location, keyword or schedule. Note that it is possible to select multiple items in some fields. Select the Job Title to review the full posting.

STEP 3: Apply

Select the Apply button next to the job you would like to apply for in order to begin the application process.

STEP 4: Complete required fields 

The following tabs have required fields that need to be completed to continue with the application process: Personal Information, Work Experience, Education & Certifications, Application Questionnaire, Job-Specific Questionnaire. 

STEP 5: Answer All Application Questions

The application includes a series of questions, ALL of which must be answered in order for your application to be considered.   

STEP 6: Submit Resume

A resume is required and can be uploaded or manually developed in our online application system. Resumes must be in a text format (i.e. Microsoft Word or PDF files) rather than object format (i.e. scanned document) for proper parsing of the information. Scanned documents and other formats are not acceptable and will not be parsed by our system.  A resume can be uploaded under the Attachments section of the application.  You must select any relevant attachments that you would like to be reviewed as support of your candidacy for each specific position you apply to.  The “Job Specific Attachments ” column allows you to select the position specific attachments.  

STEP 7: Submit Cover Letter

Cover letters are recommended. However, they are not required if not indicated in the posting. To include a cover letter,  upload it as a Word (.doc) or PDF (.pdf) file along with your resume.   If you upload a cover letter, make sure to check off the job specific attachment box to ensure the document is attached to your application.   

STEP 8: E-Signature

The eSignature section requires you to carefully read a statement and acknowledge that you accept all of the terms of that statement.  You will enter your full name as a designated equivalent to a hand-written signature.

STEP 9: Review and Submit

Once you have E-signed your application and pressed the SUBMIT button, you will immediately receive an automated email confirming receipt of your application. If you do not receive this automated email, please go back and make sure you pressed the SUBMIT button. Otherwise, it will be deemed an incomplete submission; incomplete submissions will not be considered.

Once you have correctly submitted your application, we will have access to your application materials immediately. If you are considered for a position, you will hear from us directly. Otherwise, you may not hear from us until the selection process is complete. 

 

Reasonable Accommodation Notice

Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. Please tell us if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job or to perform your job. Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternative format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment.

For Information about reasonable accommodation procedures visit:    Office of Equity and Access-Accessibility

 



 

 

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