To Apply for Jobs

Our New, Improved Site for Job Applicants

If you've used the University's job search site before, you'll notice several new changes to improve your experience:

  • The main job search page has been redesigned with many new filters to help you narrow your job search.*
  • The "Search Tips" section has been enhanced with more ideas for focusing your search.
  • The "My Saved Jobs" link has been renamed "My Favorite Jobs."
  • The "My Activities" and "My Notifications" links have been moved to the top of the main page for easier access.
  • The "Refer a Friend," "Email a Friend," and "Apply" buttons are now found in the job descriptions for each job, rather than in the search results list, so you can see all the information about each position.
  • You can now withdraw an application without contacting our office (except those marked "Interview," "Offer," "Offer Accepted," or "Hire").

We hope our improved site will make it easier to find your perfect fit at the University of Minnesota.

*Some new search capabilities may not take effect until October 20.

Introducing Our New Student Job Search Site

Students and graduate assistants: Now you have a simpler way to find jobs on campus. The Office of Human Resources has launched a new job search site devoted just to students, so you no longer have to sift through scores of other positions to find campus jobs just for you. Just click on the Students link above.

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Important Safety Information

The safety of all members of the University of Minnesota community is of vital concern. The most recent Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available on the University’s website at

The report includes campus crime statistics for the most recent three-year period and a broad range of policy statements concerning campus security. These policies pertain to alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault and other important topics.

Printed copies of the Annual Security report are available upon request by contacting the University of Minnesota Police Department Transportation and Safety Building, 511 Washington Ave SE or call 612-624-COPS.