BYU tries to make finding the right candidates for your corporation simple and straightforward. Because students may use different methods for finding a job, we will try to give you the most comprehensive approach for connecting with the right candidates.
eRecruiting is BYU's web-based career placement system that connects you with your ideal job or intern candidate. This site will open your position advertisement to the largest pool of students including students from other technical majors like information systems and information technology. It will also give you access to interns and alumni.
The site allows you to post job descriptions, access student resumes, make interview decisions, add contact information, and view your interview schedule. It provides you with student resumes in an online book format, which permits you to search for specific skills or experiences.
Access the system by going to byu.experience.com. After you have completed and submitted an online form a member of the career placement staff will phone or email you to confirm the services you requested and:
The University holds general and technical career fairs twice a year-once at the beginning of fall semester and once at the beginning of winter semester. Typically, computer science students are encouraged to attend the technical career fair, although a few may be interested in the general fair. Each fair hosts hundreds of recruiters, including some of the industry's most noted tech companies. Recruiters are given a chance to meet with potential employees, hold company information sessions and luncheons, and conduct on-campus interviews. For more information about the upcoming Engineering and Technology Career Fair, contact Lloyd Hawkins or Jane Cunningham. For information about the general career fair, please visit http://careerfair.byu.edu/.
BYU can give you access to a variety of potential candidates including interns, recent graduates, and alumni. To refine your search, identify the type of candidate you are looking for:
The Computer Science Department wants to ensure that your job positions gain visibility. To do this we have an online job board located on our web site and a job bulletin board located in a highly trafficked area in the department. In order to best serve our students and keep the job board relevant and pertinent to our students' interests and skills, the job board is reserved solely for job postings in the computer science industry, which will allow students to use the skills they learn in the program. To have your job posted at both the online and physical locations go to the online job board and submit your job posting today.