Job Listing Policy
Employers and organizations who register in employmeNC and are approved gain access to post job opportunities. To participate, the organization and recruiters must comply with all Equal Employment Opportunity standards, the NACE Principles for Professional Conduct and Third Party Recruiters.
Career Services reserves the right to edit, delete, or refuse any employer account or job/internship posting.
The following job listings will not be posted:
- Require a student to make a financial investment or pay a fee payment prior to starting employment unless the company is a member in good standing of the Direct Selling Association (DSA)
- Provide students with a financial incentive for recruiting other students
- Located in an employer’s private residence
Other issues Career Services considers before posting a job are (but are not limited to):
- Questionable job duties
- Misrepresentation or absence of information
- Non – organization specific email address as a contact (ie: @yahoo or @gmail)
- Requiring, at the time of application, personal information such as bank and social security numbers
- Complaints by students, graduates, or staff
- Employer is out of area but job duties are local
Any local, state, national, or international employer that provides equal employment opportunities and adheres to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) ethical standards as outlined in the "Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals" is eligible to use CPCC Career Services.
Board Posting Policy
Business advertisements are not permitted on College bulletin boards. (CPCC College Posting Policy)
Employers can send job related materials they want posted to Career Services for review/approval.
On-Campus Recruiting/Career Fair Policies
- Employers wishing to conduct on-campus recruiting events must contact Career Services to gain permission and schedule an appropriate date, time and location. These events should be scheduled at least one week in advance of the desired date to allow sufficient time to market the events and make logistical arrangements.
- Eligible employers are invited to visit campus up to 2 times per month; each employer that recruits at CPCC must complete required paperwork
- Employers conducting on-campus recruiting cannot have any up front associated costs for students related to the students being employed or being considered for employment. This includes but is not limited to membership fees; start up fees; fees for lessons or training; licensing fees, portfolio fees, placement fees; and the purchase of tools, samples, or sales kits.
- Employers who recruit on-campus must offer paid opportunities and have a traditional “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.
- On-campus recruitment activities cannot be combined with the marketing and/or sale of products or services to students.
- Direct sales organizations, network marketing organizations, pyramid schemes, distributorships and other business opportunities are not eligible for on-campus recruiting.
- Employers who wish to come to campus to recruit for commission only opportunities must offer employee benefits.
- Career Services reserves the right to decline on-campus recruiting and career fair registration to employers who have failed to meet their payment and attendance obligations for past career events.