Post Jobs and Internships
The University of Georgia’s free job posting service will help get your organization’s full-time job, part-time job, and internship opportunities to Georgia’s best & brightest! UGA students are also extremely interested in gaining career-related experience through internships (to learn more about internships, please review the UGA Career Center’s Internship Guide).
To get started, we encourage you to post your position(s) today!
- If you have posted jobs/internships with UGA before, click here to return to login to your existing account on hireUGA.com
- If this will be your first time posting a job or internship with us, click here to get registered.
Additional Recruiting Options
In addition to posting a job, you might consider attending one of our Career Fairs, exploring Campus Recruiting opportunities, or hosting an Information Session. The Career Center can help you develop an effective recruiting strategy to fill your recruiting needs.
Third Party Employer Policy
If you are a third-party recruiter posting a job for a client, it will be necessary to disclose the client name for whom you are recruiting in the Job Description Box. All positions posted by third-party recruiters without the client name will be deleted from the system. Third-party recruiters are eligible to participate in the Career Fair ONLY IF they are recruiting for their own respective organization OR they explicitly state the company they are representing at the time of the fair. The recruiting complexities that exist for a third-party recruiter far surpass those of a typical employer. Therefore, the UGA Career Center reserves the right to deny access and participation to any third-party employer.
Temporary agencies or staffing services are employers, not third-party recruiters, and will be expected to comply with the professional conduct principles set forth for employer professionals. These are organizations that contract to provide individuals qualified to perform specific tasks or complete specific projects for a client organization. Individuals perform work at the client organization, but are employed and paid by the agency.