How to Place Job Listings for Students and Alumni
PUBLIC INTEREST POSITIONS:
Public interest and government employers seeking to recruit New York University School of Law students and graduates should go to http://www.law.nyu.edu/publicinterestlawcenter/for-employers and forward job postings to email@example.com.
If you have any questions about public interest job listings, please contact the Public Interest Law Center at (212) 998-6686.
PRIVATE SECTOR POSITIONS:
We welcome you to post jobs for alumni or current students through our Career Services Manager CSM/Symplicity at https://law-nyu-csm.symplicity.com/employers. CSM/Symplicity allows you to manage NYU job listings and gives you the flexibility to:
• Set your preferred application method (including accumulating applications online through CSM)
• Manage application deadlines/expiration dates
• Update listings and re-activate old listings
All jobs entered by employers are vetted by a member of our staff. You will receive a confirmation when your listing has been activated.
Job listings should consist of: a brief description of the position, including the minimum number of years of experience required and any other job-specific requirements (e.g., bar membership, foreign language skills, etc.); application requirements (e.g., a writing sample or transcript); contact information; and preferred method of application. You may wish to include further information, such as a brief description of your organization, or compensation levels for the position. Please note: 1) to ensure that listings are in compliance with the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), we do not post maximum caps on the number of years of experience required for a position; 2) in order to remain in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), we do not post unpaid or volunteer positions with private sector employers; and 3) since in a number of jurisdictions including New York City, employers no longer can ask about or rely on salary history during the hiring process, we do not include requests for salary history in job listings.
If you have any questions about posting job listings, please contact Angela Ip at firstname.lastname@example.org (student listings), or Ellyn Polansky at email@example.com (for alumni listings).
New York University School of Law is committed to a policy prohibiting discrimination in employment based on race, gender and/or gender identity or expression, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, ethnicity, disability, veteran or military status, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status, or on any other legally protected basis.
The services of the Office of Career Services are available only to those employers whose practices are consistent with this policy. Please be advised that by interviewing our students, posting a job opening, or participating in our educational and networking programs, you are affirming that your employment practices are in compliance with this policy.
The Office of Career Services reserves the right to restrict or remove a job posting without providing notice to an employer.
New York University School of Law has a longstanding relationship with hundreds of employers worldwide. If you are interested in recruiting at NYU School of Law, or you wish to enhance your on-campus recruiting strategy, we encourage you to get in touch with us.
There are many ways to get involved on campus. We encourage you to review the list of recruiting programs and let us know if you are interested in participating. We are always pleased to speak with you about "Effective Recruiting" practices at NYU School of Law and how you can maximize your efforts on campus.
Questions regarding on and off-campus recruiting programs at NYU School of Law may be directed to Cassandre Stump at 212-998-6082 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact Wendy Siegel at email@example.com.
NYU School of Law has dozens of student groups on campus. We invite you to reach out to these student groups to enhance your relationship with the student body.
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