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Application Process

On-campus employers post open positions on the Center for Career Services’ Jobs4Saints website. This is where you will begin your application for on-campus jobs. Students can apply to multiple job postings, but students can only hold one job on campus. Please keep this in mind when interviewing and accepting a position.

Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Student Employment
Student employment positions for the 2013-2014 school year will be posted on
Jobs4Saints on the following schedule:  Federal Work Study (FWS) positions will start to be posted the week of Monday, July 8th, and Campus Employment (CE) positions will be posted starting Friday, August 16th.


Summer 2014 Student Employment

Student employment positions for summer 2014 will be posted on Jobs4Saints the first week of April 2014.



Things to think about BEFORE completing your application

Read through the description. If there are any documents that are required (résumé, references, cover letter, etc.) prepare them in advance so you can have them to attach to your application.

  • Remember that the first resume you upload to the system has to be approved by a career coach before you can apply to any positions on Jobs4Saints!
    • Remember to be professional. Capitalization, punctuation, and grammar matter!
    • The contact information (e-mail address, phone number and address) you provide on your documents will be used to communicate with you, so please keep it current and up-to-date.
  • Update your Jobs4Saints profile (click on My Account and choose My Profile from the drop down menu)

After you complete the application process, your application(s) are forwarded to the hiring manager for each position.  At that point the hiring process is in the hiring manager’s hands. It is recommended to follow up directly with that department to check on the status of your application within 1-2 weeks. By making face-to-face or over the phone contact you will show your interest and improve your chances for making an impact that might lead to being interviewed or hired. If you cannot locate contact information for the office or department, you can always dial ‘0’ from on campus or (703) 522-5200 off campus to reach the switchboard.