Disclaimer and Student User Agreement
Indiana University Career Development Center (herein the "University") provides a job referral service for students and prospective employers, whereby employers may post information about their current job listings on the University's online system. This system, known as "myJobs," allows students to access those listings to identify possible job listings, submit applications for certain job listings, and arrange interviews with particular employers.
The University is unable to research the integrity of the employers, which may include organizations and individuals, who post their jobs listings on myJobs. The University makes no representations, recommendations or guarantees regarding the accuracy or reliability, or otherwise, of any employer, posted job listing, or employment data transmitted through myJobs. The University urges you, the student, to exercise caution and common sense when utilizing myJobs and when applying for any position posted on the job listings.
University shall not be responsible to anyone who posts or accesses information or otherwise uses myJobs for any direct or indirect harm, damage or loss incurred in connection with such use, regardless of the nature of the alleged harm, damage or loss or corresponding demand, claim or cause of action. Without limiting the foregoing, the University expressly disclaims any responsibility or obligation to assess or determine the suitability of any individual seeking employment, any potential employer, or any potential employment situation. By using the myJobs service as a student or prospective employer, you agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the University and its employees and agents with respect to any claims made against the University in connection with your use of the service.
When using myJobs, your personal information will not be released by the University to an employer identified on the system unless and until you do one or more of the following:
- Apply for a job/internship;
- Apply for an interview schedule; or
- Select the option to allow employers to view your profile.
Should you apply for a job/internship, apply for an interview schedule, or select the option to allow employers to view your profile, all information contained within your student profile will be viewable to the employer(s), including your resume, address, email, phone number, work authorization, graduation date, and GPA.
Students utilizing the career services provided by the University, including myJobs, are required to abide by the guidelines set forth in the "Playing Fair-Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Job Seeker (NACE)". A copy of those guidelines may be accessed at http://www.naceweb.org/playing_fair/.
Interview Cancellation Policy
You may cancel an interview online without penalty at any time up until the "Sign-up Closed (no cancellations after this date)" date posted to the schedule. If you cannot attend the interview, call the Career Development Center at 855-5234; emails are not acceptable. If you call to cancel after the "Sign-up Closed (no cancellations after this date)" date-even for an emergency-the cancellation is considered a no-show (see below).
Interview No-Show Policy
- In the event you fail to attend a scheduled interview ("no-shows") at the Career Development Center, your myJobs account will be immediately suspended. In addition, you will not be able to register for any future events.
- In the event your myJobs account is suspended as a result of a "no-show" you may petition the Career Development Center to have your account reactivated by completing the following steps within one week of the date of the missed interview:
- Write a letter of apology to the employer;
- Obtain documentation to support the reason for the no-show (e.g., doctor's note, obituary notice, vehicle tow record);
- Complete the appeal form and deliver it, along with the supporting documentation (item 2b) and two (2) copies of the apology letter (item 2a) sent to the employer, to the Career Development Center Arts at 625 North Jordan Avenue.
A decision on a petition to reactivate your account will be made within 72 hours of receiving the materials listed in item 2c above.
In the event your account is suspended for a no-show and/or your petition to reactivate is pending, you must continue to attend any and all previously scheduled interviews. You must also check your personal calendar and e-mail carefully for all scheduled interviews.
In the event you fail to complete the items listed above in the allotted time, or if, after being reinstated, you no-show a second time, the Career Development Center may choose to maintain the suspension of your account for the remainder of the academic year.
By activating your myJobs account to post or retrieve information or to engage in employment activities, you shall be deemed to understand and agree to the above terms and conditions, including but not limited to the disclaimer of University's liability and the indemnification provision.