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Employer Services

Employers select to recruit at Missouri University of Science and Technology because of its outstanding academic reputation and being one of the top technological research universities in the nation.  While known as one of the nation's best engineering and computing schools, Missouri S&T offers a wide variety of outstanding academic programs, infusing them with a unique technological perspective.  

Whether you are looking to fill positions for full-time, co-op or summer, Career Opportunities and Employer Relations is committed in providing you with outstanding employees.  COER offers the following recruiting resources:

MinerJobs  is an electronic job system that allows you to view and add job postings, request and participate in on campus interview schedules, register for the career fair, information sessions, special events and more!

Career Fair  is a one day recruiting event where you meet with Missouri S&T students and alums who are well educated, have a high degree of career maturity and bring a strong work ethic to the workplace.

To obtain additional information or if you have any questions, please contact your personal Recruiting Assistant.

MEET YOUR RECRUITING ASSISTANT !

 


What Students Want from an Employer: Results of a Student Survey

Question to Student: Which factors do you believe employers value the most in their employees?

  • Ability to work on a team
  • Communication skills
  • Work ethic
  • Willingness to learn
  • Ethical conduct
  • Problem solving
  • Leadership experience
  • Decision-making ability
  • Relevant work experience
  • Technical skill
  • Relevant knowledge
  • Cultural awareness

Question to Student: What are important FACTORS in the selection of your first job?

  • Opportunity for advancement
  • Opportunity for personal growth and development
  • Company reputation
  • Location of the employer (country, state, city, neighborhood, etc.)
  • Salary offer

Question to Student: Rate your preference on the elements provided by your employer:

  • Sense of purpose
  • Clearly defined goals
  • A healthy atmosphere
  • Responsibility
  • Transparency
  • Praise and recognition
  • Open-mindedness
  • A sense of community
  • Opportunities for innovation

Question to Student: What are important BENEFITS in the selection of your first job?

  • Personal medical insurance
  • Retirement funds
  • Family medical insurance
  • Education reimbursement
  • Travel opportunities

Question to Student: Which POLICIES have the potential to influence the selection of your first job?

  • Overtime pay
  • Paid sick leave
  • Paid family leave
  • Comp time
  • Meal or break periods

 

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