You’re an AUM student and you need to work to help pay for school or other expenses. Working Warhawks to the rescue!
The Career Development Center provides the Working Warhawks program as a one-stop shop for campus employers to post jobs and students to view current openings. Student employee training and recognition programs also fall under the Working Warhawks umbrella.
The Career Development Center is here to assist you in any stage of the application process, from creating resumes/cover letters to preparing for interviews. Please visit us in Taylor Center 323 or email [email protected] for more information.
Campus employers seeking to fill Working Warhawks positions should complete the Working Warhawks request form. If you need any assistance with recruiting students for your Working Warhawks jobs, please contact Brad Robbins in the CDC at [email protected].
Working Warhawks FAQ
Yes! We strongly encourage you to visit the CDC in advance of completing job applications. A career specialist will complete the application in a way that showcases your strengths, and review any required documents (resume, cover letter) for the application. Visit Handshake on MyAUM to schedule an appointment or stop by the CDC Office at 323 Taylor Center during business hours.
The Career Development Center can attempt to troubleshoot any issues using the AUM Jobs applicant system. It is recommended that you visit the CDC Office (323 Taylor Center) during normal business hours (8 A.M. – 5 P.M. | Mon. – Fri.), with the device you are using to access the system. If the issue cannot be resolved by a CDC Team member, a help message will be placed with the software support team, this could take several days but they are generally quick to respond to any user issues.
The status of your application will be updated in AUM Jobs when the department has decided whether or not to consider you for employment. It will remain as “Under Review by Supervisor” until then. Please do not visit departments directly during business operations to follow up on the status of your application – you may contact the Career Development Center and our Team Members will attempt to gain information about the status of your application and return your inquiry as soon as possible.
Each Hiring Department has different procedures and timelines for selecting student employees. You may check the status of your application in AUM Jobs, or contact the Career Development Center for assistance.
Once you have submitted a job application for a Working Warhawks position, that application is active as long as the position remains open, or until you are notified by the department that you are no longer a job candidate. The Career Development Center encourages Hiring Departments to close their positions at least once per year to refresh their applicant pools. You cannot apply for an open position more than once.
Unfortunately AUM Jobs does not allow you to reapply for open positions once you have removed your application. We strongly encourage you to visit the CDC before applying for jobs to ensure that you have successfully articulated your fit for the job before submitting the job application.
This depends on several factors, including but not limited to: background checks, work authorization status, administrative processes, the needs of the Hiring Department, and more. You can contact the Hiring Department directly for more detailed information about your work status.
Yes! You may apply for any Working Warhawk jobs that you are qualified for.
Yes! You may apply for any open Working Warhawk positions for which you are qualified at any time.
Yes! The Office of Financial Aid administers the Federal Work Study program, placing eligible students in jobs across campus based on financial need.