The University of St. Thomas Career Development Center no longer accepts postings from private families/individuals (effective 12/08/2007). This includes, but is not limited to, personal care assistants, house cleaning, nannies, tutors, and pet care. This is a precaution not only for the safety of our students, but also for the children and families we serve. More info
The job and internship posting site is a free service provided by the University of St. Thomas (UST) Career Development Center. Positions posted to this site are viewable by the public including alumni and students of UST, other universities and the general public. The Career Development Center may remove any posting without notice. Current postings, and employer contact information contained within the posting, will be displayed on the public site until removed by the employer, career center, or automatically upon reaching the application end date.
Users of this site agree to not communicate, send, or place unsolicited e-mail, telephone calls, mailings or other contacts to employers posting employment opportunities to this site.
The Career Development Center retains all postings and employer contact information in an administrative database for up to two years.
The Career Development Center may occasionally use contact information to identify possible employers interested in participating in employer outreach programs such as, but not limited to On-Campus Interviewing, panel discussions, and classroom presentations. Employer contact information will not be sold, rented, or released outside the university.
Employers creating an account agree to abide by the guidelines set forth by the Career Development Center relating to the job and internship posting service. Please note that special guidelines affect the way foreign recruiting and staffing agencies may use the site.
The Career Development Center reserves the right to remove from this site, sometimes without notice, positions that are out of date, vague in description, posted by 3rd party or foreign recruiters that have not followed special 3rd party and foreign recruiter guidelines, and postings that conflict with center or university guidelines and policies.
All postings to this site must be of a nature that is appropriate for students of a Catholic institution. Postings from single issue political organizations must be consistent with Catholic teaching. Controversial positions may be removed from our site without notice.
All employers posting on this site agree that the position listed is a valid job opening that would be appropriate for students or alumni at the University of St. Thomas. Employers also agree to not post positions under categories that are not relevant to the job (e.g. Sales Rep under Science). We request employers designate no more than three categories for a position.
Education category must be for educational institutions such as schools, learning centers, museums, etc. Agency positions for nannies, babysitters, mentors, and tutors may post in the Child Care/Development and and/or Youth Related category. (See note about private families/individuals below)
All employers posting on this site agree that any information received regarding a candidate must not be used for any purposes other than providing further information to the applicants about the jobs.
All employers posting on this site agree that the position must be removed from the site within 48 hours of the time the announced position is filled.
Third party recruiters (e.g. job clearing houses, temp agencies, etc.) will state clearly their relationship to the position and employing organization, and provide a detailed description of a specific job to be filled in the Position Detail section of the posting. If the recruiter is at liberty to identify the company they are hiring on behalf of they are asked to please do so. U.S. Military recruiters are not classified as recruiting agencies.
Foreign recruiters (employers/recruiters hiring to fill positions outside of the U.S.) must first verify with the Career Development Center that new hires are properly educated and trained in the laws and culture of the country in which they will be employed.
Private Families/Individuals: Effective December 20, 2007, the University of St. Thomas Career Development Center no longer accepts postings from private families/individuals. This includes, but is not limited to, personal care assistants, house cleaning, nannies, tutors, and pet care. This is a precaution not only for the safety of our students, but also for the children and families we serve. More info
An employer's use of this site is deemed to be their consent to comply with these guidelines. If you have comments or questions please direct your inquiry to our contact page.
Employers are encouraged to follow principles for professional conduct set forth by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
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