The Texas A&M University-San Antonio Office of Career Services offers employers the chance to meet and greet our diverse student population. We can help you post a job, work to establish your presence on campus through our career fairs, on-campus interviews and various events during the academic year.
Getting connected to the Office of Career Services and our students is easy. All career services are FREE to employers! Jaguar Jobs is your ticket to gain access to hundreds of resumes from qualified candidates. Career Services is committed to assisting you accomplish your recruiting goals in hiring the best and brightest.
The Office of Career Services offers numerous strategies to connect with and recruit A&M-SA students.
A. Career Fairs and Educators Fair
1. The Career Services Office offers a Fall Career Fair and a Spring Career Fair in addition to an Educators Fair. Dates and the latest fair information are available at http://www.tamusa.tamus.edu/careerservices/careerfair.html . To register for Career Fairs and the Educators Fair please continue to visit our website for updates or contact our office directly for more information.
B. Job Postings in A&M-SA's Jaguar Jobs
1. The Career Services Office maintains daily updated listings of current full- and part-time job openings in addition to internships, volunteer positions, certified and student teaching jobs, temporary positions and entry level jobs. To register and list positions free of charge in Jaguar Jobs, the electronic database, go to https://myinterfase.com/tamusa/employer/ Registered employers may also view student credentials and resumes.
C. Job Postings in SACUCCA's Job Bank
The San Antonio Colleges and Universities Career Centers Association (SACUCCA) is a collaborative network of Career Services professionals representing fourteen colleges and universities in the greater San Antonio area. To post a job that is visible to the students of all of the schools, go to http://www.sacucca.org/post-a-job
You may send a prepared flyer to the Career Services office for posting via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 210-784-1498. The posting must contain the employer's name, job title, position description, education and experience requirements, and how to apply. The flyer will be placed on appropriate bulletin boards and may be placed on the Career Services Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TAMUSACareers or Twitter https://twitter.com/TAMUSACareers
C. On Campus Recruiting
1) Lobby Tables
If you wish to visit free of charge our Main Campus location, please contact us at 210-784-1356 or email@example.com to set up a tabling time. We book tables Monday-Thursday between the hours of 10 a.m.-7 p.m. during periods in which class is in session. An employer may recruit only at only once a semester. After recruiting, please let us know if you hire an A&M-SA student. Solicitation for business is not allowed.
2) Dedicated Interview Rooms
On-campus interviewing is an excellent way to meet the wonderful talent here at A&M-SA. Interviews are scheduled Monday through Friday and typically from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when classes are in session. To schedule an on-campus interview date please contact Career Services at 210-784-1356 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon confirmation of your interview date, Career Services will work with you to set up your interview schedule within Jaguar Jobs www.myinterfase.com/tamusa/employer). Please have the posting(s) being recruited for entered into Jaguar Jobs as this will assist us in streamlining the process. Once the schedule is set up, you will have access to review all applicants and determine who will be selected, declined, or waitlisted for interview. A guide to navigating on-campus interviewing can be downloaded here.
D. Other Ways To Connect With Our Students
We invite you to join us in helping students explore careers in their field of interest, learn about effective job search and interviewing skills, and refine their networking skills and professionalism. If you wish to participate in events as a speaker or panelist please contact Annette Wilson at 210-784-1342 or Clarissa Tejeda at 210-784-1339.
All employers who have actual or anticipated bona-fide entry-level positions, career-related paid or non-paid internships and summer jobs are welcome to use the services of the Career Services Office. A bona fide full-time or part-time position is defined as a career opportunity that is salaried (not 100% commission) and does not require the candidate to pay a fee for training, purchase a membership and/or products, or any other job-related expenses. Draw against future earnings does not constitute salary. Employers offering positions that are multi-level marketing and third party recruiters which require the candidate to have any financial outlay are ineligible. Due to legal and safety concerns, the Career Services office does not extend services to individuals wishing to hire personal employees such as a nanny, an in-home tutor, a babysitter, a healthcare attendant, a lawn care worker, etc. The Office of Career Services reserves the right to refuse service to any individual, company or organization whose business we believe is of a nature that is not appropriate for the A&M-SA student body or that has previously not been in compliance with the office's rules, policies or procedures. No solicitation for services or sales is permitted.
NACE Principles and Standards
Employers should familiarize themselves with the NACE Professional Standards for University Relations and Recruiting, particularly VII. Applicant Selection and Assessment. See https://www.naceweb.org/recruiting/professional-standards-for-urr.aspx and must abide by the Principles for Employment Professionals found at http://www.naceweb.org/principles/?referal=knowledgecenter&menuID=203&nodetype=4
A&M-SA EEO Policy
Texas A&M University-San Antonio does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or veteran status in its programs and activities. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries and complaints regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Staff, Applicants, and Third Parties
Interim Director Of Human Resources/ Campus Title IX Coordinator / Professional Development Administrator
All employers using the services of the Career Services Office are expected to abide by the nondiscrimination policy in their recruiting and hiring practices. Employer representatives are expected to comply with Equal Employment Opportunity regulations and related legislation in their recruitment and hiring practices (job postings, on-campus recruiting, campus visits and job fair attendance). Consideration should be afforded to all candidates without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or veteran status.
Internship Standards and Guidelines
NACE and the Department of Labor both set standards and guidelines for paid and unpaid internships. A&M-SA expects employers to familiarize themselves and comply with the information and standards found at http://www.naceweb.org/advocacy/position-statements/unpaid-internships.aspx and http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.pdf
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The Office of Career Services belongs to following professional organizations and encourages all employers to consider joining as well:
A. NACE- Established in 1956, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) connects more than 5,200 college career services professionals at nearly 2,000 colleges and universities nationwide, and more than 3,000 HR/staffing professionals focused on university relations and recruiting. NACE is the leading source of information on the employment of the college educated, and forecasts hiring and trends in the job market; tracks starting salaries, recruiting and hiring practices, and student attitudes and outcomes; and identifies best practices and benchmarks. NACE provides its members with high-quality resources, research, and benchmarks; networking and professional development opportunities; and standards, ethics, advocacy, and guidance on key issues.
B. SoACE - The Southern Association of Colleges and Employers (SoACE) is an organization of human resources, college relations and career service professionals. Our mission is to promote partnerships between career services professionals and employers by providing innovative resources, professional development and networking opportunities to facilitate the career development and employment of students and alumni. Stretching from Virginia and the Carolinas to Texas and New Mexico, SoACE will encompass many of our nation’s strongest universities and diverse populations.
C. SACUCCA - The mission of San Antonio Area Colleges and Universities Career Centers Association (SACUCCA), a collaborative network of career services professionals representing fourteen colleges and universities in the greater San Antonio area, is to enhance career center services and employment opportunities for students and alumni, to provide professional development opportunities in career counseling and placement, and to promote cooperation among career services offices and employers.