FAQ's for Employers


How do I register on DragonTrail?
Go to www.careerservices.uab.edu and click on DragonTrail Employers. Click on Register for New Account and then Register Only. Complete the registration form.

When will I be able to login directly after initial sign-in?
You should receive your username and password within 24 hrs of submitting registration.

How do I post a job in DragonTrail?

Go to http://uab-csm.symplicity.com/employers. Click on For Employers. Enter your username and password. Click Jobs on the top navigation bar. Click on Add New. Fill in the information and click Submit when finished. Required fields are marked with a red asterisk.

How do I review student resumes?
You can contact the Career Services office for a Resume Referral OR click on Resume Books from your top menu heading. You will view a listing of any current resume books that have been published. You can then click on the title of the book to view the listing of students and their resumes. Keep in mind that this is not a complete listing of our students, they must opt in to these books from their own account.

How do I schedule On-Campus Interviews?
There are two methods in which you can access schedule requests:

Click on Home on the top navigation bar and then on the Create New On-Campus Interviewing Schedule Request heading from the Quick Links menu on the right of your screen.

Click on On-Campus Recruiting from the top navigation bar and then click on the Schedule Requests tab. Finally, click on the “Add New” button and enter in your information.

When finished, click Submit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For additional information, contact Career Services at (205) 934-4324 or email careerservices@uab.edu.

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