Complete and return the Equal Employment Opportunity Agreement to Joshua Lancaster by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax at 704-687-5298. The University requires that this agreement is updated yearly.
- Click here for an overview of our programs.
- Click here information on starting and maintaining an internship program.
Create an account in our eRecruiting system, NinerJobNet (Experience.com):
- Step 1: Visit this website
- Step 2: Enter your email address and click “Continue”. (Note: if you already have an existing Experience account, you will be prompted to enter your password to continue the login process).
- Step 3: Enter your Account Information including all required fields and click “Continue”. This will send a request to “Link” to UNC Charlotte’s school specific page. You can verify your request by clicking on “Pending school requests” under My Schools).
Once we accept your link request, you will be able to post your positions. To post a Job or Internship, login to the system and click the “University of North Carolina – Charlotte” link under My Schools. Next click the “Jobs” icon and then the “Post a New Job” link to the left. It is free to post using the “Basic Post” option.
- We will activate your postings and push them out to students within 2 business days.
- All postings will remain online for a period of 30 days unless you specify otherwise.
- If you would like to re-advertise your position or if you have filled the position and would like to close the posting, please contact Joshua Lancaster.
Third Party Recruiters:
If you represent a Third Party Recruiter, please note that we will need for you to complete the Third Party Recruiter Agreement prior to advertising your positions. The University Career Center at UNC Charlotte defines a Third Party Recruiter as:
Employment agencies: Organizations that list positions for two or more client organizations and receive payment when a candidate they have referred is hired. The fee is paid either by the client or organization or by the candidate who is hired.
Temporary agencies: Organizations that contract with a client organization to provide individuals qualified to perform specific tasks or complete specific projects for the client organization. Individuals work at the client organization but are paid by the agency.
Search firms: Organizations that contract with clients to find and screen qualified persons to fill specified positions. The fees for this service are paid by the clients.