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Welcome Employers!!! 

The University of North Florida (UNF) provides a variety of career services, programs, and resources designed to help you develop a successful recruiting program for your organization.   UNF decentralized its career development services and we have six career centers to serve our students and employers.   For a listing of our career centers and your point of contact go to:     UNF College Career Centers 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: The University of North Florida Career Services expects all employers to read, understand, and abide with our recruiting standards and policies. The University of North Florida is committed to providing all students an environment where they can work and study in a safe and dignified learning community free from any form of discrimination or sexual misconduct. University of North Florida Career Services reserves the right to suspend or terminate all recruiting services and programs for any organization or their representatives who behave in an unethical or unprofessional manner, uses candidate data for purposes other than for employment consideration, or uses intimidation or harassment towards any student or university staff member during the recruiting process. 

 
To successfully recruit our students it is important to develop a recruiting strategy, build a foundation of on-campus activities, and to maintain a strong presence on an on-going basis. We recommend participating in a variety of activities to develop a strong presence on campus.
To help you develop a customized recruiting program targeting specific majors, determine the majors you want to recruit: UNF Academic Majors and then contact our staff members to help you connect with students.


Listing of UNF Academic Majors by College

 

Recruiting Standards and Policies for Employers  


Attention All Employers: 

All hiring organizations, and its representatives, participating in on-campus recruiting programs and activities must abide by University of North Florida (UNF) regulations, policies, and procedures in terms of equal opportunity and non-discrimination. 

UNF is committed to achieving equality of opportunity in education, professional training, career advancement and University employment. Specifically, the University's Equal Opportunity and Diversity Regulation prohibits discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, or veteran status in any educational, employment, social or recreational program or activity offered by the University. Similarly, we will not commit or permit retaliation against any individual who complains of discrimination or harassment or an individual who cooperates in an investigation of an alleged violation of this regulation. 

  

UNF Equal Opportunity and Diversity Regulation

UNF Sexual Harassment Regulation

UNF Amorous or Sexual Relationship Policy

  

Hiring organizations and its representatives must also abide by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Conduct. 

NACE Principles For Employment Professionals

  

University of North Florida Career Services reserves the right to suspend or terminate all recruiting services and programs for any organization or their representatives who behave in an unethical or unprofessional manner, uses candidate data for purposes other than for employment consideration, or uses intimidation or harassment towards any student or university staff member during the recruiting process. Below are a listing of standards and policies for all recruiting services and programs for third party/staffing agencies who recruit at UNF: 


Third Party/Staffing Company Employer Policy   

Below are a listing of policies for job and career fairs and job postings at the University of North Florida. Please read all policies carefully before participating in any recruiting activities. 

 

Job Fair and Career Fair Policy


University of North Florida Career Services sponsors a number of job and career fairs throughout the Academic Year to enable students and alumni/ae to meet and network with local, regional, state, and national employer organizations to discuss career and job opportunities. These events enable employers to create an awareness for their organization and to identify potential candidates for positions.  The purpose of these events is to identify and recruit candidates for employment. Recruiters may not sell their products or services or solicit future purchases of products or services.


Employers and recruiters must adhere to equal opportunity laws and the "Principles For Employment Professionals" outlined by NACE (National Association of College and Employers).  

 

Job Posting Policy

Employers who register with UNF Career Services are provided access to our online job posting system, "Handshake." To utilize this service, all employers and their representatives must comply with all EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) standards. All job postings must contain accurate information about the position(s) offered, as well as the organization offering the employment opportunity.  We will NOT post any job or position that requires financial investment on the part of our students/alumni, nor will we post any positions paying 100% commission. All interaction with UNF students and alumni during the recruiting process must be in compliance with the NACE "Principles for Employment Professionals." 

  

Information about UNF students and alumni obtained during the recruiting process is to be used only for the sole purpose of recruiting for open positions in your organization and NOT be shared outside your organization or used for any other reason. 

   

Career Services reserves the right to edit, delete, or refuse any employer profile, job posting, or login at any time.  


Osprey CareerLink Transitions to Handshake

UNF's onilne career management system  

 

The University of North Florida is pleased to announce our transition from the Osprey CareerLink to the Handshake platform. Employers will begin the transition on Monday, May 7 and students will begin the transition on Tuesday, June 5. We believe Handshake offers innovative features and support for both our employers and students.

 

The decision to move to Handshake is the result of an 18 month evaluation process completed by an advisory group of students, employers, staff members and campus partners. UNF will join a network of over 500 universities utilizing Handshake, including schools like Florida State University, University of South Florida, University of West Florida, University of Central Florida, University of Georgia, Princeton and many more.

For additional questions or more information, please contact the Career Management Center by phone: (904) 620-2067 or email: coggin.careers@unf.edu