Post UW Positions

Welcome to The New Student Jobs Platform!

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From Posting to Onboarding

The new Student Jobs platform will allow for employers to post jobs, receive and manage applications, create search committees, schedule interviews, and send offers all in one place. An optional onboarding portal is also available for UW-Madison employers to help students get started in their new roles.

Streamlined User Experience

Take advantage of a substantially upgraded user experience. The job posting now includes more fields, dynamic text options, and a much enhanced job posting advertisement. These features will create a consistent look and feel for all postings while allowing students to more easily learn about your opportunity. All UW-Madison staff and faculty have exclusive access via their netID and password.

Enhanced Resources

The new Student Jobs site is the hub for all things part-time employment. Students now have access to browse jobs as well as reference various resources to assist them in their process. While browsing a job, prospective applicants can search by any keyword utilizing our enhanced search or simply filter by our updated job categories. All prospective applicants will also have access to set up unique job alerts, to keep them updated should your position fit what they are looking for.

What is a UW-Madison position?

The UW Admin Dashboard and its functions are a benefit meant exclusively for UW-Madison positions. These are positions in which students receive a paycheck directly from UW-Madison. All UW faculty or staff who wish to post a non-UW position should do so through Post a Non-UW Position. If you have questions on if a position qualifies as UW, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via email at student.employment@finaid.wisc.edu. Please note, positions where students do not receive a UW paycheck will not be approved to be posted if submitted through the UW Admin Portal. 

UW Admin Dashboard Support

Weekly Drop-In Hours

Beginning Tuesday, January 15th, 2019, the Student Employment Team will be hosting weekly Drop-in Support Hours for campus.

Join us from 1:30 - 3:30 pm at 333 E. Campus Mall, Room 9101 (SSTAR Lab) every Tuesday afternoon to get questions answered.

Admin Action Request Form

Use this form to access our Admin Action Request Form, to be used for any system-related requests, such as additional access or changes to job cards after posting.

Trainings and Tutorials

Use the links below to navigate to the video and written tutorials for the Admin Dashboard.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs are regularly being updated. If you have any questions that you don’t see answered here, please contact us at student.employment@finaid.wisc.edu

Posting a Job

  • What do the different templates mean?

    Job templates will populate some fields for you so you don’t have to fill them all in and will ensure that all fields are filled in with the correct information. This helps to ensure that you go through the correct recruitment process.

    Graduate Assistants (PA, TA, RA, Fellowship): This template is used for all graduate positions.

    Off Campus Work-Study Positions: This template is used for off campus organizations that have a contract with UW-Madison to hire work study students.

    Student Help: This template is used for all student hourly positions where your recruitment process may utilize functionality such as interview, reference check, etc. This template is encouraged for use for the majority of positions.

    Student Help-Accelerated Application: This template is used for student hourly positions where you have a quick hire style position; you most likely will be moving applicants directly from application complete to the offer stage to offer them the job. It removes a lot of functionality related to the change status actions

  • What is the department overview?

    The Department Overview is a quick description of where the student will be working: what it does, who it serves, and anything that makes it a great place to work.

  • Can I change who the direct supervisor is after a job is submitted?

    No. If you need this change made, please contact the Student Employment team through our Administrative Action Request Form.

  • Do Divisional HR Representatives have to approve positions?

    They don’t have to! Divisional Reps only approve the position if you select them as a Divisional Approver in selecting your Approval Process.

  • Which approval process should I choose?

    You should select the approval process that matches your department’s job approval process.There are options for Multiple Divisional Approval if your department requires it.

  • Do all jobs have to be approved by the Student Employment Admin Team?

    Yes. All approval processes will include the Student Employment team as the final approver.

  • My job was denied. Now what?

    When your job is denied, you will receive an email with a link to edit the position. On your dashboard, you can go to view jobs and hit view on the right hand side. At the bottom of the job page, click restart to unlock the position to make edits. Once you have made the necessary changes, click save and next to resubmit the position.

  • Why was the language on my job posting changed?

    The Student Employment team also reserves the right to modify any language on job postings that is deemed appropriate or to meet posting guidelines for consistency across the job site.

  • Do I have to list my direct supervisor in the posting even if they are not involved in the search?

    No, your direct supervisor does not have to be listed. However, the field is required, so you should list someone else who is involved with the search and screen process. If there isn’t anyone else you would like to list, you can add yourself in this field.

  • What is a 'hold' and why would I use it?

    When a job is put on hold for a period of time, it ensures that the job’s time to fill data is as accurate as possible. Any recorded hold days will be subtracted from the overall time to fill for the job. Hold days can be used when you aren’t actively recruiting on the position.

Sourcing a Job

  • What does 'sourcing' mean?

    Sourcing is how the job gets posted to the Student Jobs website. It also gives you the opportunity to advertise your jobs on other platforms.

  • How many job categories and outcomes are required?

    At least one of either job categories and outcomes is required. The Student Employment team recommends that you select as many Job Categories as are applicable to the position, but no more than three Job Outcomes.

The Application Process

Creating and Scheduling Interviews

Hiring a Student

Student Jobs Platform Tutorials

We have compiled a series of tutorial videos as a resource as you navigate the platform. The tutorials are split up by topic and are all four minutes or less in length. All tutorials can be found on the Post a Job: Tutorials page.