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Finding Jobs
Wanting to earn some extra money or find a job that will provide an opportunity to expand your skill sets? The Online Job Board is your one stop search tool, designed to assist students in their search for student employment opportunities, both on and off-campus.

Four specific employment types are available: On-Campus Work Study, Off-Campus Work Study (CSL), On-Campus Non-Work Study, and Off-Campus Non-Work Study. Students also have the ability to sort by specific categories such as wage rate, starting date, or department. Once a desired position is found, students can click into the posting to obtain further details about the job and how to apply.

To comply with Equal Opportunity Regulations, Work Study and Departmental Employment job positions must be advertised on the Online Job Board at least 24 hours prior to hiring.


Posting a Job
On-campus departments can log into the Online Job Board (found within MyUNIverse) and post positions that are available within their department. Once within the Job Board employers have the ability to create and manage their job postings.

Off-campus businesses and organizations can also utilize the Online Job Board free of charge. Off-campus employers can visit Off-Campus Job Posting Form to submit a job opening.  

Fax: (319) 273-2320

Off-campus positions are active for 3 weeks and may be extended by simply contacting the Student Employment Office. If a positions is filled or would like the posting removed please contact Student Employment Office to ensure that the Online Job Board remains as current as possible.

Posting Personal Profiles (Students):
An additional component to the Online Job Board allows students to post profiles about themselves for hiring departments/jobs they are most interested in, as well as a brief description of their experience or abilities. When jobs open up in the department specified students will be sent an email notification informing them to view the posting on the Online Job Board. Likewise departments will be sent notification informing them that a student has a profile posted that may match their position.

The University of Northern Iowa's Online Job Board is a public service to off-campus employers and UNI students. UNI is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of off-campus employment. The UNI Student Employment Office makes a reasonable effort to ensure posted job opportunities are legitimate, but the Student Employment Office does not guarantee the information contained on the Job Board is true and accurate. The UNI Student Employment Office does not endorse any off-campus employers listed here. It is the responsibility of students to research the integrity of the organizations or individuals to which they are applying. Students are advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position. Further, UNI makes no representations or guarantees to employers regarding student integrity, safety, confidentiality, fitness or competence for employment, or other aspects of employment. It is the responsibility of the employer to interview, check references and/or perform background checks on its student employee hires. Also, please be aware that information contained in the job postings is viewable by the public. Please use appropriate discretion when posting personal information such as phone numbers, email addresses, etc. The UNI Student Employment Office reserves the right to reject or remove any information from the Job Board. Anyone who discovers misuse, abuse, or other problems with the Job Board is encouraged to report the matter to the UNI Student Employment Office at (319) 273-6394 or via email at: