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Beaver JobNet is OSU Career Services’ online career management system and is your online connection to hiring OSU students for on and off campus jobs. Students can apply to your job in the way that best meets the department's needs. List part-time jobs for students while they are in school, and summer full or part-time jobs and internships.
NOTE: There are policies regarding hiring a student employee provided by OSU Human Resources. Check out the OSU Human Resources Student Employment section of their website for more information.
For questions about Federal work study jobs contact the Financial Aid office
If you want to post a job or internship, you must register or login as an Employer, even if you are faculty/staff at OSU.
Very Important Tips for Employers:
Please think of Beaver JobNet job posting designations as limiting rather than inclusive.
For instance, if you choose only “Bachelors” from the list of degree levels, ONLY students pursuing a Bachelors degree can apply to your schedule.
This does NOT include Masters or Doctoral candidates who have Bachelors degrees as well, but have marked themselves in our system as a Masters or Doctoral candidate.
In the same vein, we highly encourage that you select both “Alumnus” and “Current Students” under Class Level so as not to limit your candidate pool.
Set a graduation end date if you need someone to fill the position by a certain date, but do not set a graduation start date, so that alumni may also apply.
We recommend you are as inclusive as possible when setting your job posting parameters so that you do not severely limit your candidate pool. You may always choose not to invite a candidate to interview who does not have attractive qualifications.
Severe restrictions may prevent a candidate with excellent qualifications from applying however.