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JobLink for Students

The Student Employment Office maintains an online system called JobLink to connect you with employers on campus. JobLink allows you to:

  • Search for open jobs on campus
  • Apply for a job
  • Access resources for student employees

Please note that all incoming students, both graduates and undergraduates, will not have access to JobLink until one to two weeks before the start of the semester.

  • Matriculated and visiting or exchange students are eligible for on-campus jobs through student employment.
  • Non-matriculated and students enrolled in certification programs are not eligible to work through student employment.

Be aware of scams. Student employment opportunities will never require a student to spend their own money, purchase supplies, or ask for any banking information. Learn more about protecting yourself from email and online scams at


JobLink tutorials

How to log in to JobLink
  1. Log in to Blackboard:
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the home screen. JobLink is listed under Jobs and Internships.
How to search for a job
  1. Click Find a Job from the Applicant Menu.
  2. Students can create a custom or advanced search or use quick search to see all available jobs. Jobs are grouped by Federal Work Study (FWS) requirements. Only students with FWS will be able to apply to FWS required jobs.
Viewing and applying for a job

To view available positions there may be University disclaimers to agree to:

  1. Click the hyperlink next to the Job Title to read through the job description.
  2. Select all the jobs you are interested in and click Apply for Selected Jobs (students are able to apply to multiple jobs with the same application).

Resumes are required for all positions. Any fields with a red asterisk are required. Be sure to review all information before submitting an application.

Need help with a resume? Stop by the Gwen M. Greene Career Center for tips on writing a great resume!

Using the dashboard

The My Dashboard in JobLink will show students their employment history, application status, job mail subscriptions, I-9 status, and training completion dates.

The Applications Tab displays the status of the positions students apply to. Students are able to contact employers and view job details from the Application page.

Completing the WTPA requirements

When you’re offered a position, you must complete the Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA) requirements. You will receive an email from Student Employment with instructions to complete the form.

  1. Students will need to log into JobLink and click on UR Hired.
  2. Read through the page and complete the form using the link at the bottom of the page.
  3. The agreement date should be the date you are completing the form.
  4. If your primary language is Chinese, Haitian Creole, Korean, Polish, Russian, or Spanish, meet with your employer to complete this requirement in your primary language.

Until this section is completed, you will not be hired into the position. A confirmation email will be sent once all pre-requisites are complete.

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