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Guidelines for Posting a Job or Internship

For Employers: Guidelines for Online Job Posting and On-Campus Recruitment

The RVCC Career Services department monitors all job postings and on-campus recruitment activity and reserves the right to reject a posting and/or prohibit further on-campus recruitment for any listings [or organizations] that are believed to be inaccurate, misleading, unethical or illegal. Employer postings subject to removal include those in which:

· There is inaccurate contact, company, or salary information.

· There are unclear details about the position and or company recruiting practices.

· A complaint has been brought forth about the organization/position by a student.

· Information has been brought forward which puts in question the validity of the posting / position.

In such cases Career Services will proceed as follows:

· The employer will be notified of the situation and given the opportunity to provide the missing information or to discuss the matter with Career Services staff.

· The posting(s) in question will not be activated online until such time as the employer contacts our department with the missing /updated information.

· No future postings from the organization will be posted until such time as the missing/inaccurate information is provided and/or outstanding issues are resolved.

· In the case of on-campus recruitment, if outstanding issues cannot be resolved, the organization/company will no longer be permitted to recruit at RVCC.

Additionally, please note that Career Services will not accept the following jobs for on-line posting:

~ Multi-level marketing opportunities

~ Opportunities that require fees for training or start-up, or that require the prospective employee to purchase products or equipment

Commission-only positions must be clearly stated as such.

Organizations recruiting through RVCC Career Services agree to contact the Career Services Department when their position is filled by any RVCC student or graduate. For your convenience, this form can be accessed through your Online Employer Account by clicking "Report Offers/Hires."

Employers are expected to conduct all recruiting related activities in accordance with the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ "Principles for Professional Conduct For Career Services and Employment Professionals." Full text may be viewed at http://www.naceweb.org/principles/principl.html. In addition, employers must comply with Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines.

 

To print out the above guidelines, please follow the link below:

Establishing a Successful Internship Program

Employers: Suggestions for Establishing Successful Internships

From Texas Tech University website and RVCC CareerServices

  •  Interview students for internship positions just as you would potential employees
  •  Provide candidates with a comprehensive job description
  •  Once an offer is extended, discuss and make available in writing pay rate and frequency, benefits and perks
  •  Provide orientation for student interns with a check list to ensure essential points of company operation and job duties are addressed

Key items:

  •   Introduction of intern to staff
  •   Office equipment operations
  •   Confidentiality and security agreements
  •   Safety issues
  •  General code of conduct
  •  Dress code normal business hours, lunch and break-times
  •  Parking arrangement
  •  Introduce intern to his/her mentor/supervisor, who will:
      ---Work with student to arrange weekly schedule
      ---Schedule meetings w/ student on a regular basis
      ---Develop clear expectations and provide timely and constructive feedback on a regular basis
      ---Provide student with challenging, meaningful work; menial tasks may be a portion of intern's  assignment  but the bulk of the work should provide the student with practical, hands-on experience in their field
      ---Treat student intern as a valuable member of the company team
      ---Educate intern on the history, operation and mission of the company
      ---Invite student to attend appropriate meetings and presentations
      ---Ensure mentor/supervisor is available and open to questions.  Remember this is a learning experience for the student.  Regular meetings are highly suggested
      ---Keep an on-going performance file on each student intern for future reference
      ---Complete an evaluation on each student intern upon completion of internship and review it with your intern
      ---Remember to address any issue that may arise with both the intern and with RVCC's Internship Coordinator

 

To print out the above guidelines, please follow the link below:

Post a Job or Internship

Welcome Employers!

Our partnership with College Central Network provides employers with an exciting new level of service! The Lion Job Board not only allows you to post jobs, you can now search resumes as well! 

To learn more about posting an internship, click here!  To post a job, click on the image below, choose "Employers," and register to get started!!

CCN Lion Job Board

Have additional questions? RVCC's Career Services Advisor can help! Call 908-526-1200 x8338 or email Wendy Schnall, wschnall@raritanval.edu.

On-campus Recruitment

Reserve a Recruiting Table

Employers -- Talk to and recruit students on the Raritan Valley Community College campus. Tables are conveniently located in a high traffic area (usually adjacent to the cafeteria or bookstore). To reserve a table on-campus, contact Wendy Schnall, Career Services Advisor, at wschnall@raritanval.edu or 908-526-1200 X8338.


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