The University Career Services (UCS) provides guidance and resources to the student body to help them achieve their career-related goals. In partnership with students and alumni, career services facilitates lifelong career development through self-awareness, career exploration, career decision-making, and the implementation of their career choices. In partnership with employers, career services maintains existing and develop new relationships with a significant base of employers who have an on-going interest in the employment potential and careers of students.
Architecture Career Services (UCS) provides career guidance and resources to students in the School of Architecture.
The Center for Engineering Career Development provides comprehensive career development services for all engineering students from first year through graduate level, including engineering alumni. Additionally, the office serves as a resource for information on industry trends, the job market and placement results for our students, employers, parents, and faculty.
Curry Career Services provides career guidance and resources to students in the Curry School of Education.
Darden's Career Development Center (CDC) supports Darden students in their individual career planning and in searches for summer internships and full-time jobs. CDC's printed and electronic resources, workshops, corporate briefings, programs and career consultants form a valuable base of support during the job search.
Graduate Arts & Sciences Career Services at the University of Virginia is a centralized resource for all GSAS students. Its purpose is to assist Master's and PhD students with decision-making and planning for career pursuits within and beyond academe by providing advising services, workshops and other programs, and referrals to up-to-date electronic and print resources. GSAS Career Services actively seeks to develop new resources that can help graduate students make informed career choices and conduct effective job searches.
Nursing Career Services provides career guidance and resources to students in the School of Nursing.
The University of Virginia School of Law has one of the most successful Career Services programs in American legal education. Virginia graduates typically begin their careers with prestigious employers from across the country, including large and small law firms, government agencies, and public interest organizations. Most student jobs are obtained with the active assistance of the Office of Career Services, its staff, and CASE, the Law School's innovative online job search system.
Jobs at U.Va.
University Human Resources
Virginia Medical Center has all the ingredients for an exceptional career and a great life! They offer ongoing opportunities to learn in a Magnet facility that repeatedly ranks among the Top 100 hospitals in the country. Plus, you will be part of a leading-edge team creating breakthroughs in medicine, health care and technology.
HoosTrak works with U.Va. to bring students job listings targeted toward to them and On-Grounds Interviewing information. From U.Va. pathway computers, you can logon to HoosTRAK without a password. Outside U.Va., you will need a password for your initial logon and should call UCS (434) 924-8900 for instructions. You will create a profile and a personal password to use in the future. You have numerous options after logging on. You may want to search "jobs and internships" posted for U.Va. students by employers who will not be visiting the University. You also may want to apply for positions with employers who come for On-Grounds Interviews.
Search jobs state-wide, including Central & Northern Virginia localities and the Southwestern regions of Danville, Lynchburg, Roanoke and Bristol.
The jobs listed represent currently open positions with the City. Applications are only accepted for the current openings.
The Albemarle County Department of Human Resources administers comprehensive programs aimed at attracting, motivating, and retaining an efficient and productive workforce. The Human Resources Department serves approximately 835 Local Government and 2,300 School Division employees.
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