Post a Position

How to Post a Job

Before proceeding, please review both the Recruiting Guidelines and Recruiting Policy below to determine if you are eligible to post jobs at Brigham Young University.

New to BYU

If you are interested in posting jobs for BYU students, do not have a current BYU Bridge account, and meet the requirements outlined in both the Recruiting Guidelines and Recruiting Policy, you may follow the below steps to post the job yourself:
  1. Go to: bridge.byu.edu
  2. Click on: Employer
  3. Click on: Register
  4. Fill out information and create an account and hit Submit
Once you have completed this process, a Recruiting Facilitator at BYU will review the request and if everything is favorable they will accept your electronic access request and you will automatically have access to post jobs.

Already have an account?

Already have a BYU Bridge account? Login from this page! Click on BYU Bridge at the top right of the page, then click on Employer and use your BYU Bridge account information to login.


Brigham Young University Recruiting Guidelines


Employers wishing to recruit at Brigham Young University have several options depending on the type of position(s) they wish to advertise.

Please see “Recruiting Policy” below for definition of position types.

For full-time, “degreed” positions or “internships” employers may:

  • Post positions on BYU’s student job board (all posts subject to approval)
  • Access resume books
  • Host information sessions
  • Conduct interviews on-campus
  • Attend at Career Fairs (fee required)

For full-time “non-degreed” or “part-time” positions employers may:

  • Post positions on BYU’s student job board (all posts subject to approval)

For “experienced” or “alumni” positions employers may:


ALL JOBS MUST BE APPROVED BY BYU CAREER SERVICES BEFORE THEY WILL BECOME ACTIVE.
BYU CAREER SERVICES RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANY EMPLOYER.



Brigham Young University Recruiting Policy


Guiding Principles

Brigham Young University exists to provide an advanced education in an atmosphere consistent with the ideals and principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. That atmosphere is created and preserved through commitment to conduct ("Honor Code") that reflects the ideals and principles of the Church. Recruiting services and assistance will not be offered to any employer that fails to allow students or alumni to continue to abide by the Honor Code.

Examples of positions or employers who are not considered accommodating of the Honor Code include:
  • Engage in business primarily in the sale, production or distribution of beer, alcohol, coffee, or tobacco
  • Deal primarily with gaming (gambling), pornography, and similar activities
  • Advertise their services and/or products in a manner inconsistent with the Honor Code
  • Are determined on a case-by-case basis to not meet the provisions of the Honor Code

Employers recruiting at BYU must also meet the following criteria:
  • Be an equal opportunity employer, and offer employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, disability, or status as a veteran, in accordance with all applicable State and Federal laws.
  • Not require candidates to purchase products or supplies, or invest, or pay a fee as a condition of employment.
  • Give students/alumni a reasonable time period to respond to job offers and not use high pressure techniques like exploding salary bonuses and/or unreasonably short deadlines to persuade students/alumni to accept job offers. We realize employers have strict deadlines to find qualified employees, but we ask that employers allow a minimum of two weeks for students/alumni to make responsible and carefully considered decisions.

Definition of Position Types

Full-time, “degreed” positions must:
  1. Require at least a four-year BYU degree
  2. Offer salary or salary/commission combination (no commission only)
  3. Offer health and retirement benefits

“Internship” positions must:
  1. Require candidates to be enrolled in a BYU degree program or be a recent graduate
  2. Provide professional-level experience and training requiring ongoing supervision and feedback to interns
  3. Clearly state in writing the level of compensation, if any, (paid or un-paid)
  4. No summer or seasonal sales positions will be accommodated as internships

Full-time, “non-degreed” or “part-time” positions must:
  1. Not require a degree
  2. Clearly state in writing the level of compensation
  3. No summer sales positions will be accommodated

“Experienced” or “alumni” Positions must:
  1. Not be entry- level
  2. Require at least 2 years of work experience

Third Party Recruiters

Organizations that are approved by BYU Career Services and meet on-campus recruiting guidelines, but hire third-party recruiters to facilitate their recruitment efforts will be accommodated as follows: Third-party recruiters may work with BYU Career Services to post qualified jobs and must disclose the organization they are representing. They must recruit for specific positions. Third-party recruiters will not be allowed direct access to the BYU Career Services online recruiting system. Candidate names and resumes may not be discussed, distributed, or sold to other employers or used for any other positions.