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Alumni- Overview of Recruiting at McCombs

This presentation explains the features available through the McCombs Job Board and offers an overview of all the online recruiting tools available at the McCombs School of Business. Learn more at: https://mjb-utexas-csm.symplicity.com/students/
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Amy Romero

on 10 April 2015

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Transcript of Alumni- Overview of Recruiting at McCombs

Overview of Recruiting at McCombs
There are four university-operated job boards in which you can search for or post positions targeted to students and/or alumni from the McCombs School of Business.
HireUTexas
HireALonghorn
On-Campus Recruiting System/Symplicity (OCR)
McCombs Job Board (MJB)
Two of these are open to
all applicants at the university.
The other two job boards are exclusively accessible to students and alumni from the
McCombs School of Business.
HireALonghorn
Only open to current students
Intended for non-professional positions
Must be paid part-time jobs that meet the federal minimum wage requirements
Professional positions
Open to all colleges and schools within the university
Open to third-party recruiters
HireUTexas
Paid positions can include salaried, hourly or commissioned-based pay.
On-Campus Recruiting (OCR)
Only for currently enrolled students
Open to full-time positions or 10-week+ full-time summer internships
Must be salaried, non-commission based positions
Today we are going to look more closely at the
McCombs Job Board
.

Key Features
Easy Access
View Application History
Document Library
Expanded Company Profiles
Mobile Access
Recommended Jobs
Expanded Company Profiles
Companies can share more information about their work environment, compensation, benefits, etc. As a job seeker, you can also search for active postings within a company.

These features are available on the 'Employers' tab.
Mobile Access
Use the McCombs Job Board on the go! Access it on your smart phone or tablet.
Just like in our current OCR system, you are able to save resumes and submit them to postings online- all within the MJB.
If you have any questions as you start using the new system, please do not hesitate to contact us at
.
Help!
MJBHelp@mccombs.utexas.edu
Now, let's get started!
Click here to go to job boards:
Thank you for viewing!
Using Prezi
In this presentation we will review some of the features available through the McCombs Job Board.
First, let's quickly review all of the recruiting tools available at the McCombs School of Business.
You will need to go to the new log-in site to create your account.

The registration takes less than two minutes to complete.
Document Library
You may also upload cover letters into the MJB.
Cover Letter
View Application History
As a job seeker, see what positions you have applied for and when by going to your 'Applications' tab. From this page, you can also withdraw your application from active postings.
http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/Career-Services/Recruit/Job-Posting-Sites
Recommended Jobs
This feature, available to job seekers, aggregates postings that may be of interest to applicants by using an algorithm that looks at the their profile, previous applications, and other key information.

These postings will appear in the 'Recommended Jobs' sub-tab.
Some of these job boards may be useful to you as a job seeker and some as an employer.
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