Post a Job: Stern Recruitment System
Advertise opportunities for current MBA students and Stern alumni, at no cost to you.
- How can I post a job?
- What is Stern's offer policy?
- How will executive search firm and third party recruiter positions be posted?
- When will my posting be available to applicants?
- What else can I do to expand my company's presence at Stern?
- How do I reach Stern alumni?
- How do I reach undergraduate business students or students from other graduate programs at NYU?
- Will my contact information be kept confidential?
- What happens if someone else from my company registers to post a job?
- Why are so many fields required?
- What is the best contact method for applicants to apply to my company's job posting?
- How do I provide candidates special instructions about the application process?
- Is there a cost associated with posting to your site?
- Should I reply to each applicant?
- How can I manage my job posting(s)?
- I still have questions, who should I contact?
- What is Stern's non-discrimination policy?
How can I post a job?
You can submit job postings, internships or fellowships for Graduate MBA Students and Stern Alumni through out Stern Recruitment System. Click on 'Register and Post a Job Immediately' and fill out the required information to set up your account and submit a job posting.
If you are looking for undergraduate Stern students, please post through the Wasserman Center for Career Development.
What is Stern's offer policy?
We request that companies inform students of their status within two weeks of on- and off-campus interviews. Please see the offer policies page for information regarding offers made during the Fall and Spring semesters.
How will executive search firm and third party recruiter positions be posted?
We will post positions for executive search firms and third party recruiters but you must indicate in your company profile and the job posting form that you are a third party executive search firm. In the job posting form, we ask that you provide us with the name of the client company for which you are conducting this search. This information will remain confidential. Postings submitted that do not include this information will not be approved.
When will my posting be available to applicants?
You will receive email notification of your posting's approval/disapproval status within 1-2 business days of submitting your job posting and the posting will be made available immediately upon approval.
What else can I do to expand my company's presence at Stern?
Our Relationship Management Team, aligned by industry, is available to consult with you about the best ways to reach students and expand your company's presence on campus. If you are interested in doing more, review the recruiter's site for ideas to get involved throughout the year and contact your Relationship Manager.
How do I reach Stern alumni?
You can indicate that the position is targeted to Stern MBA alumni and/or Stern Undergraduate alumni by checking the appropriate box in the job posting form.
How do I reach undergraduate business students or students from other programs at NYU?
The Wasserman Center for Career Development works with undergraduate Stern students as well as graduate and undergraduate students from other schools at NYU. They offer a job posting service on their website.
Will my contact information be kept confidential?
Your contact information is automatically set to remain confidential. If you would like applicants to see your contact information, you may select to display contact information to students.
What happens if someone else from my company registers to post a job?
Colleagues at your company may register as separate contacts. After they register, their accounts will be reviewed and approved, and they will receive an approval notification via email.
Why are so many fields required?
Providing thorough information will assist applicants in their job search and ensure that the most appropriate candidates apply for your position.
What is the best contact method for applicants to apply to my job posting?
Feel free to use whichever application method works best for you and your company, be it email, through your company website or accumulating online through the Stern Recruiting System.
How do I provide candidates special instructions about the application process?
If you have any special instructions about how to apply, please check off Other in the Application Method field and include that information in the text box labeled How to Apply. You can include instructions such as how the subject line of an emailed resume and cover letter should read, additional forms to complete, salary history, or what information to include in the cover letter.
Is there a cost associated with posting to your site?
Employers can post MBA/Alumni opportunities to our site free of charge.
Should I reply to each applicant?
Our office requests that your company reply to each Stern MBA applicant, notifying them of their interview status.
How can I manage my job posting(s)?
To view, edit or remove jobs that you have posted, simply log back into the Stern Recruiting System to manage them.
I still have questions, who should I contact?
Contact the Career Resources Coordinator by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 212-998-0853.
What is Stern's non-discrimination policy?
New York University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NYU Stern is committed to the University policy prohibiting discrimination in employment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability or any other legally protected status. Please be advised that by interviewing our students, posting a job opening, or participating in our educational and networking programs, you are affirming that your employment practices are in compliance with this policy as well as applicable federal, state, and local laws. Further information about the NYU
policy can be found at www.nyu.edu/eo
The Office of Career Development reserves the right to refuse to post any job announcements or to remove a job announcement without providing notice to the employer.