Connect to the Best
University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis values its long-standing relationships with regional providers and employers. When you recruit talent at the University, you know you are recruiting thoughtful, ambitious and passionate individuals who will fit right in at your organization.
The University has developed guidelines and policies to ensure an equitable and fair recruiting experience for any employer (not including Federal Work-Study) engaged in on-campus recruiting and career education for faculty, staff, students and alumni.
It is our expectation that employers who engage in on-campus recruiting activities become familiar with the guidelines and policies annually. By recruiting University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis students and alumni, you and your organization agree to accept and comply with the University’s recruiting policies.
The center hosts on-campus recruiting events and opportunities so regional employers can meet students and build connections. If any of the following expectations conflict with internal company hiring procedures, please contact the Center for Career Services and Education.
Connect with Handshake
Create an account on Handshake to post job and internship opportunities, reserve space for on-campus interviews, register for recruiting events and more.
Post a Job
Once you create a Handshake account, you can begin recruiting the best and brightest applicants. You can post internships and other employment opportunities to our job board directly from your dashboard.
Employer organizations posting opportunities on Handshake must have actual or anticipated valid, career-related, full- or part-time employment or internship opportunities for students and alumni. The organization must accurately describe the responsibilities and requirements for the opportunities within the job posting.
Additionally, all conditions for advertised positions must be clearly publicized in the position description. This includes, but is not limited to, positions that are commission-based, involve out-of-pocket financial expenses, test taking, etc.
We will only post positions based at commercial businesses. Home-based business, in-home dependent/childcare or nanny positions will not be posted. This is to ensure that students and alumni are provided a safe and worthwhile work experience. This applies to all opportunities, including full-time and part-time internships.
Recruiting Success Meetings
Recruiting Success Meetings are an opportunity for employers to meet with the Center for Career Services and Education leadership to discuss ways to maximize recruiting efforts. These one-on-one meetings are targeted to hear employer’s needs, share our services and find ways to collaborate to meet the needs specific of your organization.
Faculty and Administrative Contacts
Employers may wish to meet with faculty members as determined by their recruiting needs. It may also be relevant to schedule a prerecruiting trip to meet key faculty or administrators to share market needs and see where there may be opportunities for collaboration in the curriculum.
The Center for Career Services and Education recognizes that faculty members are helpful as they may suggest prospective employers to students and often serve as an initial contact for career related information. The center is happy to facilitate your meetings with faculty.
If you would like to meet our outstanding students and learn more about participating in our annual career fair or conducting on-campus recruiting, contact email@example.com or 314.446.8021.