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Student Jobs - FAQs for Students

How do I add my major in the student registration section?
I forgot my user name; how do I login?
I forgot my password; how do I login?
How do I create a resume to upload?
I am at the student homepage; how do I upload my resume?
How do I update my resume including class schedule?
How do I change a submitted resume including class schedule?
How do I upload a cover letter/letter of interest?
Would departments search for my resume or do I search for positions and apply?
How do I search for on-campus student jobs?
How do I apply for on-campus student jobs?
If I have a work-study Financial Aid award, can I apply for a non work-study position?
I do not see the submit resume button, how do I apply?
Do I need to contact the department after I have applied for a job?
Can I apply for GTA or GRA positions through this system?
What is Resource Library?

Student Jobs - FAQs for Supervisors

I cannot seem to login to my homepage?
Why do I have to include my VP/Provost authorization to designate a position as security sensitive or not security sensitive in my posting information?
How do I see the applicants that have applied for my position?
Is it possible to have other coworkers or supervisors view the applicant pool for a particular job from their account?
Is there a minimum posting period?
Can I require a minimum GPA for my positions?
Does "Show Contact Information" mean students can see all my contact information?
My position was posted but I made a change to the posting. Why can't students see my posting?
How do I close my position if I have enough applicants?
What is the difference between work-study and non work-study students?
How do I create a student resume e-mail packet?
If I have three openings for my position but decide to hire five students, can I do that?
If I have five openings for my position but decide to hire three students only, can I do that?
Do I have to create a new posting for an old position that had been previously advertised on the system?
Can I hire GTA or GRA students through the On-Campus Student Employment system?
What is Resource Library?

Student Jobs - FAQs for Students

Question: How do I add my major in the student registration section?

  1. Click the Add button to add majors
  2. Click the box with the "+" sign next to All Majors to view list with all UTA majors
  3. Select your major(s) by checking the appropriate box
  4. Click close window button to save your selection and return to the profile page

Question: I forgot my user name; how do I login?

IMPORTANT: Do not create another user name.

Please contact On-Campus Student Employment at (817) 272-4072 or email studentemployment@uta.edu.

Question: I forgot my password; how do I login?

IMPORTANT: Do not create another user name.

  1. At the student login page, click on Forgot your password?
  2. Enter your existing user name
  3. Click Reset Password
  4. A new, random password will be generated and sent to the e-mail address currently in your profile

Question: How do I create a resume to upload?

  • You will be required to upload a resume with class schedule included to be able to apply for a position.
  • Please be sure that your resume has been created in MS Word format.
  • Do not copy/paste your resume from external websites (i.e. www.monster.com) to MS Word because the formatting is not compatible with the online system.
  • If you do not have a resume, you can download a template resume.
    1. At the student homepage, select My Account from the blue menu bar
    2. Select My Documents from the drop down menu
    3. Go to the section To download a UTA Student Resume Template, click here.

Question: I am at the student homepage; how do I upload my resume?

You may upload up to 5 different resumes

  1. Have your resume with a class schedule in Microsoft Word format saved on your computer/floppy/CD
  2. At the student homepage, select My Account from the blue menu bar
  3. Select My Documents from the drop down menu
  4. Click Upload Files under Resumes w/Class Schedule section
  5. Enter a document name (a name for your resume)
  6. Click Browse to search for your resume to upload
  7. Click Upload

Question: How do I update my resume including class schedule?

  1. Have your updated resume with a class schedule in Microsoft Word format saved on your computer/floppy/CD
  2. At the student homepage, select My Account from the blue menu bar
  3. Select My Documents from the drop down menu
  4. Click Update next to the resume to be updated
  5. Enter a document name (a name for your resume)
  6. Click Browse to search for your updated resume to upload
  7. Click Upload

Question: How do I change a submitted resume including class schedule?

  1. Have your updated resume with class schedule in Microsoft Word format uploaded into the system
  2. At the student homepage, select My Account from the blue menu bar
  3. Select My Activity from the drop down menu
  4. Find the job you want to change your resume for
  5. Click View next to that job in the Action column
  6. Click Change Submitted Resume
  7. Choose a resume from the drop-down menu
  8. Click Save
  9. Click Save again to submit the changed resume
  10. Contact On-Campus Student Employment; they will inform the department of the update

Question: How do I upload a cover letter/letter of interest?

You may upload up to 5 different cover letters/letters of interest. See the Resource Library at the student home page for a template

  1. Have your letter of interest saved on your computer/floppy/CD
  2. At the student homepage, select My Account from the blue menu bar
  3. Select My Documents from the drop down menu
  4. Click Upload Files under Letter of Interest section
  5. Enter a document name (a name for your letter of interest)
  6. Click Browse to search for your letter of interest to upload
  7. Click Upload
If you get a message "The file must be a Word Document (*.doc). Please select another document and try again", your letter of interest is not in MS Word format. Please note that MS Works (*.wps) is not the same as MS Word format and cannot be uploaded to the system.

Question: Would departments search for my resume or do I search for positions and apply?
The On-Campus Student Employment system does not allow a department to view student's resume unless the student applies for a specific jobs with that department.

Question: How do I search for on-campus student jobs?

You must first register in the system to be able to search for jobs.

  1. At the student homepage, select Jobs from the blue menu bar
  2. Select Job Search from the drop down menu
  3. Enter your search criteria and then click Search at the bottom of the page. To search for all jobs, do not enter any search criteria; just click Search at the bottom of the page
  4. To view a position, click on the Job ID beside the name of the position

Question: How do I apply for on-campus student jobs?

Important: Work-study students may apply for both work-study and non work-study jobs. If a work-study student is hired for a non work-study job, then they will not be able to use their work-study money.

  1. Have your resume with a class schedule in Microsoft Word format uploaded into the system
  2. Find the position you want to apply for
  3. Click Job ID for that position
  4. Follow the application instructions listed in the job posting (cover letter, supplemental application, etc. may be required)
  5. Click Submit Resume at the top of the job posting
  6. Click Select Documents
  7. Chose a resume from the drop-down menu
  8. Click Save
  9. Enter a message to send to the department (optional)
  10. Click Submit to apply for the job

Question: If I have a work-study Financial Aid award, can I apply for a non work-study position?

  • Work-study students may apply for both work-study and non work-study jobs.
  • If a work-study student is hired for a non work-study job, then they will not be able to use their work-study money.

Question: I do not see the submit resume button, how do I apply?

  • If a position is advertised as a work-study position, only work-study students will be able to apply.
  • You must have a resume with a class schedule uploaded into the system to be able to apply for open positions.
  • You have already applied for that job.

Question: Do I need to contact the department after I have applied for a job?

  • Students should not contact the departments. Departments will contact the students that meet the requirements for the job - including experience, times available to work, etc.
  • Some jobs may require students to follow up with the department by submitting additional materials or a supplemental application. In that case, please make sure to follow the application instructions listed in the job posting.

Question: Can I apply for GTA or GRA positions through this system?
No. the On-Campus Student Employment system is for work-study and non work-study jobs only. It does not include GTA or GRA positions. These positions are advertised with the specific department.


Question: What is Resource Library?
The Resource Library contains information needed to use the On-Campus Student Employment system effectively, i.e. sample resumes, sample cover letters, and a help document.

Student Jobs - FAQs for Supervisors

Question: I cannot seem to login to my homepage?

  • Have you ever registered for the On-Campus Student Employment system?
  • Check to insure you are at https://www.myinterfase.com/utahr/employer/ and not at the student login page or MavJobs login page.
  • Your password is case sensitive.

Question: Why do I have to include my VP/Provost authorization to designate a position as security sensitive or not security sensitive in my posting information?
According to the UTA policy, only the President, Vice President, Provost, or a person designated by the President, Vice President, or Provost has the authority to designate a position as security sensitive or not. For more information on which positions should be security sensitive, visit the Criminal Background Check procedure , section III, number 2.

Question: How do I see the applicants that have applied for my position?

  1. At the employer homepage, select My Jobs from the blue menu bar.
  2. Select Job List from the drop down menu
  3. Look in the job list for the Job ID of the position you wish to view the referrals for.
  4. Select R in the Activity column beside the name of the job.
  5. At the bottom of the page, there will be a list with the names of students who have applied for the position.
  6. To view the information for a particular student, click on View beside their name.
    • To view a student profile, click on the student name.
    • To view a student resume, click View Resume at the top of the page.

Question: Is it possible to have other coworkers or supervisors view the applicant pool for a particular job from their account?
Contact the On-Campus Student Employment Office. They can share your job with the department, which will allow others to view applicants.

Question: Is there a minimum posting period?
The minimum posting period is 3 business days. However, the department may keep the position open until enough students apply.

Question: Can I require a minimum GPA for my positions?
For most positions, requiring a minimum GPA is not permissible. Minimum GPA requirement can be included only if the department can justify how GPA is related to successfully performing the job duties. For example, Biology Tutor.

Question: Does "Show Contact Information" mean students can see all my contact information?
Yes. That's why we recommend that you leave the answer to this as "No". Contact the On-Campus Student Employment to discuss alternative ways to list contact information.

Question: My position was posted but I made a change to the posting. Why can't students see my posting?
Any time you make a change to an active posting, the posting becomes pending. On-Campus Student Employment will briefly review the changes and post it on the website.

Question: How do I close my position if I have enough applicants?
After the minimum posting period of 3 business day, contact On-Campus Student Employment to close the position. Otherwise, the position will be closed on the specified closing date.

Question: What is the difference between work-study and non work-study students?

  • Work-study students are students who have a Federal Work-Study Award through the Financial Aid Office. They can apply for work-study jobs and can work part-time up to 19 hours per week. Work-study students may apply for both work-study and non work-study jobs. If a work-study student is hired for a non work-study job, then they will not be able to use their work-study money.
  • Non work-study students are students who do not have a Federal Work-Study Award through the Financial Aid Office. They can apply for non work-study jobs only. This does not include GRA and GTA. International students can only work up to 20 hours per week.

Question: How do I create a student resume e-mail packet?

  1. Go to the referral list of the job of interest.
  2. Click Select all or check the boxes to select particular students of interest.
  3. Click check to email packet to self. Otherwise the packet will appear in a new window.
  4. Click Create Packets to send the packet to your email account.

Question: If I have three openings for my position but decide to hire five students, can I do that?
You can hire as many students as necessary. However, you are required to notify On-Campus Student Employment of all hires/placements. All students must be hired through the On-Campus Student Employment System.

Question: If I have five openings for my position but decide to hire three students only, can I do that?
If for any reason, you cannot fill all advertised openings, please inform On-Campus Student Employment and they will cancel the openings not filled.

Question: Do I have to create a new posting for an old position that had been previously advertised on the system?
No, if you contact On-Campus Student Employment, they can copy the old posting, make any necessary changes, and post it on the web with a new Job ID.

Question: Can I hire GTA or GRA students through the On-Campus Student Employment system?
No, GTA and GRA students are hired through the department that they will be working in and the openings cannot be advertised through the On-Campus Student Employment system.

Question: What is Resource Library?
The Resource Library contains information needed to use the On-Campus Student Employment system effectively, i.e. sample resumes, sample cover letters, and a help document.