List a job opportunity with Stark State
- SSC employer recruiting guidelines (Printable Version)
Connecting your workforce needs to our Stark State talent
The Career Services team makes recruiting and networking with Stark State students simple and effective!
OPTION 1 – Online Job Board: College Central Network
Start by creating a request for an employer account on our online job board, College Central Network (CCN) by following the steps below. CCN, Stark State’s way to connect employers with talent, is a FREE platform that lets you post full-time, part-time, internship, apprenticeship and co-op opportunities for our students and alumni to access and apply. You are also able to search for students in your majors of interest who have uploaded their resume so you can conduct direct recruiting. These positions are marketed to all of our campuses, and you are able to choose specific majors to target. You can also view and register for our upcoming events and career fairs. Creating a CCN account is the gateway to all of Stark State’s additional recruiting opportunities!
How to register for CCN and post jobs:
- Read our recruiting guidelines and submit the disclaimer below. You’ll enter your name and email and check the box to verify you’ve read the guidelines, then click submit.
- You’ll be redirected to CCN’s employer platform. Click “Create Account” to enter information about yourself and your company, then click register.
- Your request will be sent to our office and will be approved within 1-2 business days. Once your account has been approved, you’ll receive notification that you are now able to post jobs on the platform. Quick tip: when posting a job, you’ll be asked what majors you’re interested in; please be sure to select a major or several majors, as any student who has declared that major in CCN will receive a direct email informing them that a job opportunity has been posted for which they may be qualified.
- Once you’ve posted the job, the request for approval will be sent to our office and we’ll approve the posting within 1-2 business days.
OPTION 2 – Weekly “Hot Jobs” Email Blast
Each week, Career Services emails all current SSC students as well as alumni with a list of highlighted “Hot Jobs.” These positions come from employers who’ve recently posted on CCN and reached out to our office to ask us to push out their opportunity. After your position is posted, please feel free to email us at email@example.com with the job ID# and posted position title, and we’ll include your position in our email blast. We highlight just 10 positions per week on a first-come, first-served basis. If our list is full for the current week, we’ll highlight your position the following week and let you know.
OPTION 3 – Recruiting Tables
Are you interested in networking with students face-to-face? Come to campus and host a recruiting table! Spend a few hours promoting your company’s open positions and upcoming events in a high-traffic location that best suits your preferred audience. We offer this opportunity during fall and spring semesters. Please email your requested date to firstname.lastname@example.org a minimum of two weeks in advance. We’ll let students and faculty know you’ll be on campus, along with your table location and times. Many employers choose to set up their table just as they would at a career fair to gain maximum student attention.
OPTION 4 – Employer Mock Interviews
We invite you to participate in an employer mock interview day in our Career Services office on main campus. It’s a great way to develop brand recognition and connect with students while helping them develop crucial professional skills through a 30-minute practice interview. Space is limited and these slots fill up quickly, so please email email@example.com to place your name on the list.
OPTION 5 – On-campus Career Fairs
We offer a variety of boutique and major-wide career fairs based on in-demand jobs in Stark and Summit counties. For a full list of offerings and to register for these events, please log in to CCN at www.collegecentral.com/starkstate/.
Employer Recruiting Guidelines
Employers must read and comply with our guidelines
and complete the disclaimer at the bottom of the page.
The Career Services Office (CSO) of Stark State College endorses and abides by the Principles for Professional Practice and the Professional Standards for University Relations and Recruiting set for by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). For a complete copy of NACE’s guidelines on Principles for Professional Practice or on Offers to Students and Confidentiality, please visit: naceweb.org/principles.
Career Services adheres to the aforementioned policies and guidelines to ensure the quality of our services and reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time.
All decisions regarding recruiting services provided to companies or organizations are made at the sole discretion of the CSO. The CSO reserves the right to remove postings that do not comply with our policies, are misleading or is determined to be fraudulently placed without notice.
- The CSO and Stark State College adhere to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines and offer employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship, or identity as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era unless legally required. Furthermore, in good faith, the Career Services Office works only with those employers
who subscribe to the EEO guidelines.
- Employers are expected to maintain the confidentiality of student information, regardless of the source, including personal knowledge, written records/reports, and computer databases. An employer shouldn’t disclose information about candidates to another organization without prior written consent, unless necessitated by health and/or safety considerations.
- Companies must provide specific information about their organization, including a valid website, corporate email, contact information (personal emails not allowed) and a detailed job description. The CSO will review the employer’s website for appropriateness.
- When posting a job, identify the major/program that would clarify the skill requirements you are seeking. Go to www.starkstate.edu/academics to see the academic programs offered by Stark State College.
- The CSO does not recommend or select candidates for employers.
- Your job postings or e-mail communications may not contain anything that is sexually explicit, obscene, libelous, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive, or hateful; or anything that is embarrassing or offensive to another person or entity.
- You may not use your job postings or e-mail to post advertisements or solicitations for employment in the pornography industry; the gambling industry, or post pyramid schemes.
- Third-party recruiter services who are hiring for positions within their own organization may be granted on-campus recruiting privileges (excluding online resume search).
- Third-party recruiters who are hiring for positions outside their own organization may have positions posted, but will not have the ability to search resumes of our students and alumni.
- Third-party recruiter services are permitted to attend career fairs, only, if they are recruiting for FT jobs within their own organization, not for their clients.
- Stark State College Career Services will not approve job postings by companies involved with the use, production, testing or distribution of recreational or medical marijuana.
PROHIBITED JOB POSTINGS
- Opportunities that involve multi-level marketing, a start-up fee, independent contract (1099) status, commission only compensation, and other irregular arrangements will not be approved for posting or for participation in recruiting events.
- All positions that would employ students for a private individual (i.e. babysitter, tutor, caretaker, photography, etc.) or at a personal residence.
- Jobs and internships that are compensated only by commission, including independent contractor positions (i.e. that may require the individual to bear product expenses, be responsible for income taxes, and may not guarantee worker’s compensation or unemployment insurance).
- All positions that require a fee payment or investment prior to employment.