Services to Employers/Recruiters
The CEC provides the following services to employers/recruiters:
- Free job postings in TitanCareerLink
- Resume referral (A career advisor/co-op coordinator will provide resumes via email to employers who are registered members of TitanCareerLink)
- Online access to on campus interview schedules and self-management of the interview process
- Assistance with publicizing on campus interviews, information sessions and other events on the Detroit Mercy campus to meet your company's recruiting needs
- Advance notice of career fairs/expos
- Assistance with scheduling and arranging Information sessions on the Detroit Mercy campus (a career advisor/co-op coordinator will work with you to determine the best location, time and fit for your recruitment needs)
The Career Education Center is a member in good standing of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). As such, we adhere to the Principles for Professional Practice. The CEC criteria for offering assistance to employers or other organizations are:
- Must have current or anticipated job openings for college graduates or co-ops.
- Must have an employer-employee relationship in which there are no fees associated with becoming an intern or employee of the organization, other than professional licensure fees for career employees that may be necessary to be paid by employee.
- Redisclosure of candidate information is prohibited without the candidate's written consent.
Third-party agencies (temporary agencies, temp-to-hire agencies, search firms, etc.) are offered assistance with campus interviewing, resume referrals and vacancy communication for graduating students/alumni only when they meet the following requirements:
- Disclosure of vacancy position(s) and employer he/she represents for recruiting activities.
- Acknowledgement that CEC may verify with employer the third-party's recruiter relationship.
- Submission of information concerning Detroit Mercy candidates employed (employer and salary).
- Third-party agencies are not eligible for other employer services.
Network Marketing Organizations and Franchises
Network marketing organizations and franchises are not considered employers by CEC and are not eligible to participate in any employer services. Such organizations are those that engage in one or more of the following practices:
- Sponsorship of an individual in setting up his/her own business for the purpose of selling products or services and/or recruiting other individuals to set up their own business.
- Requirement of an initial investment from individuals, with the organization itself serving as an umbrella or parent corporation. The initial investment may be direct payment of a fixed fee, payment to attend an orientation or training session, and/or purchase of a starter kit.
- Compensation is often in the form of straight commission, fees from others under their sponsorship in the organization and/or a percentage of sales generated by others.
Posting a Position with the Career Education Center
The Career Education Center receives job vacancy notices on a daily basis. Positions are compiled and entered daily throughout the year in TitanCareerLink, the CEC Online recruitment tool.
TitanCareerLink is available online. Once your company/organization is added to the system, HR professionals and recruiters have the ability to create job postings, edit and update information 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
There is no cost to post a position in TitanCareerlink, but the following information is needed:
- Organization name
- Location, mailing address, including email address and web addresses
- Job title
- Job description
- Educational requirements
- Experience requirements
- Beginning date
- Salary range (optional)
- Deadline date
- Contact person, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address
Campus Interviewing and Information Sessions
Employers are able to conduct campus interviews for full-time, Co-op and/or paid internship job openings. The Career Education Center coordinates all interview schedules using TitanCareerlink. Students and alumni who meet the qualifications of the employers positions, are able to schedule an interview or submit a resume to be considered for an interview on the online database system. Contact the CEC office to schedule a campus interviewing session for your company.
Interview dates and candidate criteria are publicized to students via TitanCareerLink (the online database system,) and through bulletin boards and campus-wide newsletters. As registered members of TitanCareerLink, students receive campus interview information via personalized web agents and newsletters to their email accounts.
Interviews are conducted one-on-one, employer-to-student, (unless otherwise designated) in the Career Education Center Office on the University of Detroit Mercy's McNichols Campus.
Recruitment and Career Fairs
Detroit Mercy career fairs allow you to showcase your company's products and services and to discuss current or future employment opportunities with Detroit Mercy students and alumni. You may recruit to fill co-op/internship, entry-level or experienced positions. Employers with active accounts on TitanCareerLink receive advance notice of upcoming events and deadlines for requests.
Information Sessions allow employers to share information on their company and recruitment process to a group of students and/or alumni. Sessions may be an hour in length and provide employers the opportunity to interact with Detroit Mercy students and alumni at a private event. All arrangements are made by the Career Education Center and there is no charge for participation.
Campus Interviews provide employers the opportunity to hold interviews on the University of Detroit Mercy campus for all qualified candidates. The Career Education Center offers on-campus recruitment schedules during Fall and Winter terms. Employers may post their positions at no charge and select candidates based on position criteria. Interviews may be established through pre-selection or open application depending on the employer's hiring needs.
On-Campus Interviewing and Employer Office Hours
Campus interviewing is your opportunity to interview well-qualified candidates in the fields of architecture, business, engineering, science, liberal arts, education, human services and health professions. Our office will market your interview date and recruiting criteria via our online interactive interview system, campus bulletin boards, during class presentations, etc. Based on the criteria provided and the type of schedule(s) requested, candidates would respond either by submitting a resume for pre-selection or choosing an interview time slot.
Employer Office Hours
Take advantage of the opportunity to connect with students and be a Career Advisor for a Day. This is not meant to be a recruiting event, but instead a way to build your brand and increase your visibility on campus.
This is a great way to give back and assist students with their career exploration. Employer representatives can include recruiters, partners, managers or Detroit Mercy alumni.
The office hours are located in the Career Education Center and give students the opportunity to meet with a professional in their field of interest in a less formal, informational interview setting. Office hours are generally held for a three-hour period, Wednesdays through Fridays. The Career Center handles scheduling students for appointments (30 minutes or less) or, if requested by the employer, can advertise the visit for students to participate on a walk-in basis.
Requests should be made four to six weeks in advance if possible, and approvals will be granted on a first-come, space-available basis. Interested employers should send an email to Elisa Clemons at email@example.com and include the following information:
- Preferred date and time frame (three hours or more-Wednesdays through Fridays)
- Any preferred criteria for students (e.g. major, year in school, etc.)
- Names/titles of organization representatives
- Preference for seeing students who are scheduled or on a walk-in basis
- Preferred length for each meeting (15-30 minutes)
- Recruiters dictate their own time commitments.
- Career Education Center handles the scheduling and sends reminder emails to students.
- A regular schedule of availability (during Fall and Winter Semester) is developed.