Osprey CareerLink is an online registration, job posting system exclusively available for UNF students and graduates. Students register, create a profile, and upload a resume and other job search documents. Employers post full-time and part-time jobs, co-op and internships, and volunteer positions. The system facilitates contact online on a 24/7 basis. Positions are posted on a daily basis.
Getting to Osprey CareerLink just got easier and you can now connect through your MyWings Account. On your MyWings Home Page look for the "Osprey CareerLink" link. Use your UNF Login (N Number) and password.
Any problems with the system, contact Career Services.
Participate in UNF Career Services On-campus Recruiting and Resume Referral Programs
STEP 1: Complete the on-line registration in Osprey CareerLink (Step 1 Above)STEP 2: Upload your resume
When you sign up for a campus interview it is important that you keep that commitment. Interview "no-shows" reflect badly not only on you but the University as a whole. Please read the No Show Cancellation Policy before signing up for any campus interviews.
If you can NOT keep your scheduled interview, you must contact Career Services at least twenty-four hours in advance. If an emergency arises on the day of your scheduled interview, making it impossible for you to make the appointment, you must advise Career Services immediately. If you fail to show without cancellation, the following policy will be enforced:
Before you sign up for any interviews with companies/organizations, it is important that you realize that each time you sign up for an interview you are making a serious commitment and are accepting the responsibilities that commitment involves.
The organizations that come to the University of North Florida campus have made an equally serious commitment. Each recruiting organization has sent one or more of their representatives to meet with you, having spent money and considerable travel time to meet those of you who have requested an interview. They have every right to expect that you will keep your appointment.
Your failure to keep a scheduled appointment has the following effects:
You may have prevented another qualified candidate from meeting with the employer.
You may be depriving future students of the right to interview with that organization because universities and colleges with a high rate of “no shows” for appointments often get dropped from the list of campuses that the organization is willing to visit.
Career Services' Approach University Of North Florida Career Services is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. We use security precautions to make sure any information we collect about you remains private. Certain portions of our website (www.unf.edu/careerservices) may require that you sign in our create an account. Due to licensing and other restrictions, the information in these areas is limited only to students of the University of North Florida and its recruitment partners. Your private information (which may include your name, address, e-mail address, and other resume information) is not shared with any individuals or organizations outside of Career Services unless you have authorized us to do so via participation in one of our internship or placement programs.
CSO InterfaseCareer Services has partnered with CSO Interfase. We are committed to maintaining the privacy of personal information provided by students, alumni, and employers as users of Career Services at the University of North Florida.Children OnlineIn compliance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, portions of our site requiring registration should not be used by children under the age of 13 without parental permission. Children should ask parents and guardians before submitting any personal information online. Parents and guardians are encouraged to supervise their children's online activities. If children will be using the Web unsupervised, parents may wish to consider third-party filtering software designed to provide a child-friendly online environment. Such filtering software may also prevent children from submitting personal information. Sites We Link to Career Services creates links to other Web sites which may help you in exploring career and educational options. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these additional web sites. Use of Personally Identifiable Candidate Information by University of North Florida Career Services
Career Services may conduct searches on resumes and candidate profiles to notify candidates of educational or employment opportunities through email communications. By entering data into the Career Wings students and alumni may have data included in aggregate reports used for evaluation of employment activities, educational programs, reports developed for institutional studies, and salary surveys. SecurityPersonally identifiable information is protected both on - and offline. The data of students, alumni, and employers are password protected. CSO Interfase has technical, administrative, and physical security measures and safeguards in place to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of information under CSO Interfase's control. Career Services does not endorse any employer and urges students to use good judgment in all of their interactions with employers. Career Services suggests that students request business references for unknown organizations before interviewing with them off campus or exploring job opportunities. Students should never give a potential employer their credit card, social security numbers, or bank account numbers, and never spend any of their own money on an employment “opportunity” unless very certain that it is for a legitimate reason (such as training costs). Career Services advises students to interview in public places only. Students and alumni should contact Career Services if they have any concerns about the use of their information. Students and alumni can view, correct or change their information by logging into their account on the Career Services website.
Attention all students!- Beware of criminals posting fraudulent job postings in Osprey CareerLink. Here are some tips that the job posting is probably a scam:
Remember--never give out your social security number, bank accounts, or other personal information to initial job postings.
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