UVM Application Process – Details
The UVM employment process relies on the applicant taking the initiative to identify and apply for specific job openings of interest. A careful review of the information below will give you the understanding that you need to conduct your search and apply for employment at the University of Vermont.
In addition to the information below, you will doubtless find answers to many of your questions by investigating the web site for Human Resource Services where you will find links to a variety of helpful information.
The Online Application
To apply for a staff position at the University, you must submit an online application at our jobs site.
All jobs are posted for a minimum of one week. After this the jobs may be closed at any time. You must apply for a specific position prior to the deadline stated on the posting (if applicable). Applications will not be accepted after that date.
It is not necessary to include a cover letter and resume with your application, but it is a good idea to do so. They may be helpful in elaborating skills and experiences which are particularly relevant to the job for which you are applying. The resume and cover letter must be submitted online through uvmjobs.com. Please note that uploading a resume does not substitute for completing the application form, and we cannot accept faxed or mailed applications.
Once you have completed one electronic UVM application, you need not complete another each time you apply for an opening. Simply resubmit the same application for each job. (If you wish to edit or update your application, this must be done before you submit it for a specific job–you cannot modify your application for a job after you have submitted it. Instructions on how to edit your application are provided on the jobs website.)
Finding Job Openings
World Wide Web. Find out about UVM job openings at our job site. This listing is updated daily.Hotline. If you don't have regular Internet access, call our recorded jobs listing at 802.656.2248. The Hotline message changes twice weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Advertisements. Certain UVM job vacancies may be advertised in local and regional newspapers, national trade and professional publications, or on job websites.
Additional Resources. If you do not have regular access to the Internet in order to submit an application, you can freely access computers for this purpose at the following locations:
- U.S. Department of Labor Offices
- Local Community Libraries
- The Waterman Cafe (85 So. Prospect St., Room 226)
- UVM's Office of Human Resource Services (85 So. Prospect St., Room 228)
The Application Process
- The initial screening of applications is based on your electronic application and any additional information you provide online.
- The length of time required to fill a vacancy varies from position to position. The online application process will provide you with information on the status of your application.
- If you provide an e-mail address on your application, you will receive e-mail updates regarding your application status. This is the best and easiest way to stay informed.
- Please note that you may apply for multiple positions at the University. Doing so will not reflect negatively on your candidacy.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Employment Eligibility Verification
In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all new employees must provide proof of identity and eligibility for employment in the United States. A candidate cannot begin work until this documentation is verified.
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Last modified March 07 2014 05:05 PM