We hope you will be able to easily navigate our website, and this page is designed to help you find the information you need. If at any time you find that you are unable to locate any information, please feel free to contact us at (513) 556-3471 and we will do our best to help you.
Here is a list of some of the frequently asked questions from employers:
How do I post a job where students will be able to see it and apply?
HireUC is where you can login or register to post your position.
Where can I get registration information on upcoming career fairs?
Career Fairs link will open a page which lists the different career fairs held throughout the year. All career fair registrations are completed online. For additional information about career fairs and the registration process, contact Ashley Novogroski in our office at (513) 556-0313.
What do I need to do to come on campus outside of the career fair and interview students for a position I have posted with you?
Request this visit through HireUC. Tell us when you'd like to be on campus, how many rooms you will need for interviewing, and which positions you will be interviewing for. All interviews will be held in our interview rooms. You will receive confirmation of your requested date through HireUC. All notifications for both you and the students who sign up for the interviews will be managed through HireUC. A significant number of employers have found that if they hold an "Employer Information Session" the night before the interviews they can fill in any blank interview slots from their students who attend. Information Nights are also managed through HireUC. If you would like to discuss that possibility, please call our office at (513) 556-3471. Someone will help you set up that opportunity.
I'd like to come on campus and give a talk in class to students taking my subject area. How do I set that up?
Call our office (513) 556-3471 and tell the receptionist what majors you are targeting, and he will connect you with the liaison for your major who will assist you in setting that up.
Can you give me some idea of the salaries UC students expect once they graduate?
We think the federal government provides the most accurate source of wage information because it is based on data reported to the Social Security Administration by employers. You can look up salaries by occupation and location under Occupation Information at America's Career Infonet. Also click on Employer Resources to view the NACE Salary Survey information.