Contact Lauren Dodd at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-661-3559.
From the 'Job Postings' screen, click on 'Applications' in the upper left hand corner
From the job posting, click on 'Applications' in the upper left hand corner.
If you have requested documents to be uploaded via CareerCentral, they will be available here.
There are many ways to hire volunteers at The University of Western Ontario: please contact the Experiential Learning team at email@example.com
If you are interested in collaborating with Western, please contact our Experiential Learning Team.
All organizations recruiting at Western University are expected to comply with all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws, including but not limited to laws relating to human rights, employment standards, occupational health and safety, and labour laws. The Student Success Centre at Western University reserves the right to prohibit an employer from posting employment opportunities based on an employer’s failure to comply with the law, and complaints, behaviors or actions contrary to the guidelines listed in this document, and for any other reason at the reasonable discretion of The Student Success Centre.
Students and alumni are strongly encouraged to thoroughly research organizations/opportunities posted on CareerCentral prior to applying. Should The Student Success Centre have questions about a posting, we will contact the employer via phone or email for more details.
Should an employer have questions about this document or recruiting at Western University, they may contact the Employer Relations Team in The Student Success Centre at:
Creating an Organization
An employer initially creating their organization in CareerCentral will provide the full name of their company.
Creating a Division
Divisions are used to separate hiring units within the same organization. For example, Company XYZ has offices with hiring units on both the east and west coast. Therefore, there are 2 separate divisions under this organization: East Coast and West Coast. The east coast staff will create employer profiles under the East Coast Division, and the west coast staff will create profiles under the West Coast Division.
If an organization has only one Division, the Division name will be the same as the organization name.
Creating an Employer Profile
An employer profile will provide full organization contact details, including an email with a valid domain associated with their organization. Employer emails that have a generic domain (hotmail, gmail, yahoo etc.) or are missing pertinent details will be contacted to validate the authenticity of their account.
Types of Opportunities Permitted on CareerCentral
1. Paid full-time, part-time, contract, temporary, and summer jobs: These are employment opportunities that receive standard hourly or salaried income from an employer.
2. Paid Internship/Co-op Work Terms: All internship and co-op work terms are subject to approval by the relevant campus coordinator. To review the different internship/co-op programs offered at Western, please see our website. When accessing the Internship/Co-op portal in CareerCentral to post your jobs, please click on the program links provided for detailed information about a particular co-op or internship program. Should you have questions or require confirmation of program qualifications, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Types of Opportunities Also Permitted, with Certain Guidelines
3. Entrepreneurial/Franchise Opportunities: Entrepreneurial/fanchise opportunities are defined as offering one or more of the following:
• Students run their own business or franchise, but no formal salary is offered
• Compensation is based on commission
• Student pays fees for training and/or materials
• Opportunity involves penalties and/or fees if the franchisee leaves the program
All initial investments such as associated upfront fees must be indicated in the posting. The Student Success Centre also reserves the right to request an updated copy of the employment contract to keep on-file.
4. Third Party Recruiters: Third-party recruiters, as defined by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE), are considered to be agencies, organizations or individuals recruiting students for employment opportunities with other organizations.
• Third party recruiters must disclose the name of the employer for each submitted posting to email@example.com on a confidential basis. This information will not be released to students unless permission to release is granted by the third party recruiter.
• No direct referrals will be made for vacancies listed by third party recruiters without posting and/or contacting candidates with the information relating to the position.
• Candidates' resumes must not be held in the files of the third party recruiter for later referral to other positions unless authorized by the candidate.
Opportunities Not Permitted on CareerCentral
1. Opportunities that require applicants to pay up front fees as part of the application process.
2. Third Party International Internship/Co-op Opportunities: Organizations offering third party internship/co-op abroad must contact Western International . If you are unsure if your opportunity is considered a third party international internship/co-op, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Volunteer/Unpaid opportunites: As of May 21st, 2017 we no longer host a Volunteer/Unpaid portal on CareerCentral. Please contact Pillar Nonprofit Network to discuss posting volunteer opportunities in the London and surrounding area.