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Recruitment Services


Contents

Welcome Letter…………………………………………………………….3 Why USF……………………………………………………………………….4 Posting Policies…...............................................................5 Internships & Co-Op……………………………………………………. On-Campus Interview Program………………………………….. Events on Campus…………………………………………………….. Connect to Campus…………………………………………………….. Partnership Opportunities…………………………………………. A Guide to Recruiting…………………………………………………… Policies………………………………………………………………….. Contacts………………………………………………………………………. Additional Resources………………………………………………….. Recruiting Calendar………………………………………………………

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Welcome

Dear Employer Partners, Thank you for your interest in USF. Why USF Stats Our services

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Why USF USF Population Statistics (2011-12)

Undergraduate: 29,310 Graduate: 8,084 Doctor of Medicine: 499 Non-Degree Seeking: 1,736 Total: 39,629 Diversity Profile African American: 11.5% American Indian: .36% Asian: 6.3% Hispanic: 16.8% White: 61.5% Pacific Islander: .15%

Did You Know? USF’s student to faculty ration is 28. USF offers 89 undergraduate majors and 139 degree programs at the graduate, specialist & doctoral levels.

Headcount by College (Undergraduate & Graduate) Arts & Sciences: 15,477 Behavioral & Community Sciences: 2,545 Business: 5,216 Education: 3,287 Engineering: 3,781 Marine Science: 106 Medicine: 1,372 Nursing: 1,782 Public Health: 1,063 The Arts: 1,440 Undergraduate Studies: 541 Undeclared: 1,242 Non-Degree Seeking: 1,736 *All information is for the 2011/12 academic year 4202 E Fowler Ave SVC 2088 Tampa, FL 33620-6930 Ph. (813) 974-2171


Posting Positions

Career Connections is the online job search system used by the USF Career Center that allows employers to post job listings, search student and alumni résumés and manage their on-campus recruiting schedule. Accounts for employers are free and simple to create and manage. Career Connections allows you to post a position, search student resumes, send a mass email to students in Career Connections and manage your on-campus interview schedule.

Create your free employer Career Connections account today at www.career.usf.edu and click on the Career Connections icon at the top of the page and then on “Click here to create a new account.”

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Internships & Co-Op Internships: The Career Center acts as a clearing house for advertising paid and unpaid internships. Internships for academic credit are coordinated through the student’s academic department. The University’s Cooperative Education (Co-op) Program is administered by the Career Center. Co-op Employers provide on-site training opportunities which are directly related to a student’s major. Students are paid by their employer, receive a grade from their Co-op Instructor, and receive recognition on their official transcript for the participation in Co-op. Therefore, Co-op is an academic course and must follow the academic calendar.

Student Testimonial Level Joseph, MIS “Utilizing the Career Center's cooperative education program I found a position as a Web Communications Support Student with Seminole Electric Cooperative. Through this position I gained experience in my major that I can apply to any future positions. The counselors at the Career Center were helpful and insightful when assisting me with my resume and interview skills. They are a definite factor in aiding my success in finding an internship and to my professional maturation. I'm thankful for their services.”

There are many benefits to participating in Co-op: • Employers are able to choose from a Pre-screened list of candidates • Only candidates with excellent academic records who have proven their desire and ability to gain real world experience are admitted into the Co-op program • Students are invested in succeeding in their Co-op experience because they will be receiving a grade along with experience and professional development • Employers will be able to establish a pipeline of highly motivated new professionals for their organization, which can help build a stronger and more capable future workforce • Employers will create brand awareness for their organization on campus amongst the students that they wish to hire

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On-Campus Interviews (OCI) Interviewing at USF On-Campus Interviews take place in the Career Center in our Interview Suites, providing you with a comfortable location that allows you to meet with many students in one visit to campus. You may interview for full-time positions, internships or co-op positions. Scheduling interviews is made easy through Career Connections. To schedule interviews just log into you account and get started! There are 2 types of interviews you can schedule, Pre-Select and Open. Preselect: This interview method is used by employers who select interview candidates by pre-screening their resumes. Sign-ups are based on a structured timeline.

Open: This interview method is used by employers who will interview any candidate whose qualifications match their hiring criteria. Sign-ups are based on a first-come, first-served basis.

Report A Hire

Be sure to report the number of interviews you had, the number of offers you extended and the hires to the Career Center via Career Connections or by contacting XXX.

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Events on Campus Each semester the Career Center coordinates numerous fairs and events related to employers recruitment efforts. These events can assist you in finding qualified candidates and branding your organization on campus. Career Fairs: There are several fairs that take place throughout the year, including the Career Networking Fair, which is a campus-wide career fair for organizations hiring for full-time, co-op, and internship opportunities held once per semester, the Internship & Part-Time Job Fair, which provides organizations with an opportunity to meet with potential candidates for internship, part-time and/or summer employment held each semester, and the Public Service Career Fair, held in the spring to provide employers from government, health care, law enforcement, nonprofit and other public service organizations the opportunity to discuss their employment. All events are open to all USF students and alumni. Statewide Job Fair: This event is coordinated by all of the Florida state universities and is held in mid-May at the University of Central Florida. Careers & Coffee:

“Prepare for the Fair� events: Events are held the week prior to the Career Networking Fair each semester to prepare students for the fair. Employers are invited to present a career topic. This is a great recruitment strategy for organizations who would like to increase their visibility on campus prior to the fair. Have a great idea for an event you would like to host on campus? Tell us about it! We are always looking for fun and innovative events to host with employers on campus.

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Connect to Campus Building A Brand on Campus Career Connections

OCI Events: Fairs Internships & Co-Op Student Organizations Oracle Info Sessions Professional Etiquette Dinner This event is offered once each semester for USF students and alumni to offer them an opportunity to polish their dining etiquette skills. While this is not a recruiting event for employers, sponsorships are available for organizations who would like to increase their name recognition on campus.

Tabling/Bull Market – MSC, EOW Employer Consultation

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Partnership Opportunities Insert sponsorship doc

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A Guide to Recruiting at USF In order to help you organize your recruitment activities we have highlighted some of our activities that take place throughout the academic year below.

June

December

• Contact the Career Center to begin looking ahead to the Fall semester

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July

• Registration for the Internship & Part Time Job Fair and the Career Networking Fair becomes available • Begin to put together your recruitment activities for the Fall Semester (career fairs, on-campus interviews, info sessions, employer of the week, etc).

Fall Classes End Fall Commencement takes place Begin scheduling your recruitment activities for the Spring Semester Registration for the Public Service Career Fair is available

January • •

August

Spring Career Networking Fair Registration for the Spring Internship & Part Time Job Fair is available

• Classes Begin at USF

February •

September • Internship & Part Time Job Fair • Prepare for the Fair Week (Resume Critiques, Networking Events) • Fall Career Networking Fair

Public Service Career Fair

March •

Internship & Part Time Job Fair

October

April

• On-Campus Interviews Begin

November

May

• On-Campus Interviews End • Registration for the Spring Career Networking Fair is available

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On-Campus Interviews End

Spring Classes End Spring Commencement

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USF Career Center Policies On-Campus Interview Policy Only direct hiring organizations, seeking candidates for internships, Cooperative Education, and full-time employment (requiring a degree) may conduct scheduled on-campus interviews. The Career Center does not establish the hiring qualifications for the hiring organization. Employers must adhere to equal employment opportunity laws and principles for employment professionals as outlined in the National Association of College & Employers' Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals. Employers may choose an Open and/or Pre-select interview schedule The Career Center, through Career Connections, will allow only those candidates with matching qualifications to apply for and schedule an on-campus interview with the hiring organization. On-campus interviews are conducted in the Career Center, 8:30-4:00, Monday – Friday, except for official University holidays. Employers may schedule the interview time that best complements their interview process. The Career Center reserves the right to refuse any direct hiring organization from participation in on-campus interviews. Employers having any “upfront” fees, training or product purchases must disclose this in the job description prior to the interview. Employers must note if the position for which they are hiring is unpaid and optional for credit in the job description, prior to the interview. Right to Refuse: The Career Center reserves the right to refuse the on-campus interview service to student/alumni, hiring organization and/or individual recruiter.

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USF Career Center Policies – Third Party Employers Third Party Employers The University of South Florida Career Center works with selected Third Party Employment Services (TPES), doing business as a direct employer or as contractor with the direct hiring employer, to provide students access to their employment opportunities. Since the Career Center can neither research nor endorse TPES agencies, guidelines have been established for the protection of students and alumni. The Career Center, using due diligence, ensures to the best of its ability that third party employers participating in recruitment are operating as an employer as well as adhering to NACE state and federal ethical and legal recruitment standards and principles. Definition of third-party employer: Third-party employers are agencies, organizations, or individuals recruiting candidates for temporary, part-time, or full-time employment opportunities other than for their own needs. This includes entities that refer or recruit for profit or not-forprofit, and it includes agencies that collect student information to be disclosed to employers for purposes of recruitment and employment. POLICY Any TPES that is not defined as an employer (see definition above) is not eligible to use career center recruitment services. However, these TPES may send a job listing for inclusion in a Third Party Employer Notebook, maintained in the career library. • TPES that charge a fee to the candidate will make them ineligible to use any recruitment service • Any TPES agency that is recruiting to fill their own agency position; will have the same access to recruitment services as any other direct hiring employer. • Any TPES that is the direct hiring party (temporary or staffing service) or contracted to work as or provide a service to the direct hiring party (outsourcing contractors or leasing agents)is eligible to use all career center recruitment services. • Before any TPES may advertise a position for one of their clients they must identify the employer client to the Career Center. The name of the employer client must be listed in the job advertisement. The advertisement must also clearly indicate that the candidate will be working through a third party agency. If the TPES does not release this information or is unwilling to make the employer client name pubic, the position will not be advertised. Under no circumstances will positions be advertised for which a direct employer has interviewed or plans to interview candidates through the Career Center’s on-campus interview program or has already posted the position with the Career Center. • TPES must agree to the following before being allowed to use any recruitment service: • NO fees will be charged to the candidate(s) at any time throughout the employment process. • That they and the client organization they represent is an equal opportunity employer. • Information about the candidate(s) will be distributed ONLY to the client organization of the position being advertised and will not be referred to other positions and/or client organizations. • Will disclose to students the name(s) of the client, or clients, that the third-party recruiter is representing and to whom the students' credentials will be disclosed. • Third-party recruiters will not disclose to any employer, including the client-employer, any student information without obtaining prior written consent from the student. Under no circumstances can student information be disclosed for other than the original recruiting purposes nor can it be sold or provided to other entities. • Third-party recruiters attending career fairs will represent employers who have authorized them to recruit on their behalf and will disclose to career services the names of the represented client employers. Any reported breach of these policies and/or agreement will result in de-activation of the TPES on-line account and termination of access to all recruitment services.

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Career Center Contacts The Employer Relations Team in the Career Center is here to help you with all of your recruiting needs at the university. Mike Took, Assistant Director 813-974-4306 mtooke@usf.edu Manages Employer Relations program, markets Career Center services and assists employers in customizing recruiting efforts, develops partnerships with employers. Manages team and handles part-time and temporary student employment, FWS and customer relations.

Ashley Motley, FWS Career Advisor & Employer Relations Coordinator 813.974.9722 akmotley@usf.edu Provides services to students seeking Federal Work Study positions, and to USF employers with allocations to hire these students. Assists with development of USF’s Job Location and Development Program. Kelly Rzeszut, Coordinator for Employer Relations & Special Events 813.974.7519 krzeszut@usf.edu Coordinates Career Networking Fairs and employer-related special events. Assists Assistant Director in developing partnerships with employers

TBD, Coordinator for Employer Relations & On-Campus Interviews Coordinates on-campus interview schedules and assists employers with oncampus interviews and development of recruitment programs. Kathi Roche, Staff Assistant 813.974.3202 kroche@usf.edu Posts part-time, internship and full-time positions in Career Center's job listings and handles resume referrals for internships and full-time, degreed positions. 4202 E Fowler Ave SVC 2088 Tampa, FL 33620-6930 Ph. (813) 974-2171


Additional Resources Salary info with a link to NACE Contacts across campus? State resources FAQ’s

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Fall 2012 Recruiting Calendar Fall 2012 August 27

Classes Begin

September 3

Labor Day, University Closed

September 6

Internship & Part Time Job Fair, 10am-2pm

September 27 & 28

Career Networking Fair, 10am-3pm September 27: All Majors September 28: Accounting, Science, Technology & Engineering Majors

October 1

On-Campus Interview Begin

November 12

Veterans Day, University Closed

November 22-23

Thanksgiving Holiday, University Closed

November 30

On-Campus Interviews End

December 7

Classes End

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