Employer Services

The hospitable staff at UAB Career and Professional Development
can help you identify and recruit top talent for your organization by connecting you with exceptional prospects for internships or part time or full time jobs. We take care of everything from advertising your openings to pre-qualifying top candidates to coordinating a packed slate of on-campus interviews in our comfortable career services interview suites. Our staff stands ready to assist and support your recruitment efforts through personal attention that lets you focus on the students, not the logistics.

UAB’s DragonTrail online job site is the best place to post part time, full time, internship and cooperative learning opportunities where thousands of candidates will know to look. Looking for a more targeted approach? DragonTrail allows employers the opportunity to send posting announcements directly to students in selected majors.

To get started, visit DragonTrail to create your account.

For more information call 205.934.4324 or email Kelli Holmes

 

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