To Post Student Employment Opportunities for UMD Students
Guidelines for posting student employment:
Guidelines for Closing Student Employment:
- Position will ONLY be posted if the proper UMD Job Posting Form
is used. Any Job Posting that does not use University of Minnesota or UMD Human Resources & Equal Opportunity forms will be returned
to the employer.
- State and Federal laws and University of Minnesota policy do not
permit discrimination on the basis of race, color, age or national origin.
- We reserve the right to post only jobs considered appropriate for
UMD students and consistent with the policies of the University of Minnesota.
For Off-campus employers: form/procedure for posting off-campus student employment:
For questions, call (218) 726-7161 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Postings through this website are for UMD undergraduate students only and position must be within the city of Duluth and surrounding community.
If you are posting for a position that requires a Bachelor's Degree or higher or
for a full time employment, contact UMD Career Services at 218/726-7985.
Please contact our office if you have any questions reagrding your post at 218-726-7161 or 218-726-7822.
Fill out the appropriate form to post a position:
** Current link is broken please fill out the Off Campus Request Form. Once completed please send to email@example.com.*
University of Minnesota Duluth Student Employment Office
Off-Campus Job Posting Disclaimer
The University of Minnesota Duluth Student Employment provides free of charge to off-campus employers the opportunity to post vacancies within their organization. UMD Student Employment does not perform background checks on employers posting job opportunities.
Please note that we do not post in-home, nanny, or personal care attendant position due to safety/security and program compliance issues. In addition, program policy does not allow for posting of politically partisan employment opportunities.
The University of Minnesota Duluth Student Employment Office does not make any recommendations regarding the employers, we do not make any guarantees regarding the positions posted and are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of off-campus employment. We encourage students to perform due diligence in researching employers when applying for or accepting off-campus employment.