For Faculty & Staff

Job & Internship Listings

The CEC and the Simmons Library provide a wealth of resources to help Simmons students find jobs and internships. The resources are accessible by and intended for use by both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumnae/i of these programs. Faculty and staff also have access to these resources for career advising and related purposes.

NOTE: If you are seeking to post an opening to hire a Simmons student for an on-campus position, please visit the Hire a Student page.

CareerLink

CareerLink is the primary Simmons online job board. Employers post internships, full-time jobs, part-time jobs and other off-campus work opportunities. The postings range across all fields and industries and the opportunities posted are local, regional, national, and even international. The job opportunities posted on CareerLink are by employers specifically seeking to reach the Simmons community. All Simmons students and alumnae/i may register to use this system.

The CEC provides faculty and staff access to CareerLink so they can view job listings, upcoming career events, and other information. To obtain access and set up your own account and login, please contact the Career Education Center at 617-521-2488 or careers@simmons.edu. You will need to provide some basic information (name, department, phone number, e-mail address) to create a profile. Once your profile is completed you will receive a User Name and Password and can log in on your own.

If you are already registered for CareerLink and would like to log in, you can access CareerLink here or login below:

Sign-in to CareerLink

Once logged in, you can edit your profile in CareerLink, search employer organizations, and view posted jobs and upcoming career events.

To view posted jobs, click on "Jobs" in the main menu, enter search criteria, and click "Search." A list of jobs matching the provided criteria will be displayed, and you may view any job's details by clicking on the job title or job ID number.

The complete CareerLink User Guide —Faculty & Staff is available here.

If you have any questions about CareerLink, contact the CEC at (617) 521-2488 or careers@simmons.edu.  

Library Resources

The Beatley Library career resources, both print and online, are extensive and provide students and alums with access to both targeted and general job listings. To access these resources, visit the main library Career Resources page. To see the full breadth and depth of career guides maintained and update by Beatley's research librarians see the Simmons Library Career Guides page here

Rather than posting jobs directly from employers, aggregators such as Indeed.com and SimplyHired.com search and compile lists of results from all different job banks and corporate sites, making them a convenient one-stop shop for the job seeker.

Graduate Program Job Listings

Additional job listings and resources are available to you and your graduate students via the respective academic programs. Visit the Graduate Students Academic Programs & Careers pages on this site to learn more. 

Sign-in to CareerLink

CEC Services

We help undergraduate students, graduate students and alumnae/i develop the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions about their careers in preparation for life's work. View the services we offer.

Hire a Student

CA$H (Convenient Access to Student Hires) is the Simmons online job board for on-campus student employment. Post on-campus employment opportunities here for both work-study students as well as general student employment.

Jobs & Internships

The CEC and the Simmons Library provide a wealth of resources to help Simmons students find jobs and internships. Faculty and staff also have access to these resources for career advising and related purposes.

Next Career Event

Library and Information Science Career Fair

Apr 16

Apr 16, 2014 at 12:00pm at Main College Building (MCB) Linda K. Paresky Conference Center, 3rd Floor

Open to Masters candidates and alumnae/i of the Library and Information Sciences program, this fair brings employers to campus hiring for positions in libraries, archives, and more.

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