Welcome to Career Central
This is BJU’s online job board designed to help you
successfully network with employers who desire to hire BJU students and graduates. Career Central includes opportunities for:
- Full-time (temporary)
All students must read and agree to abide by the Student User Agreement before
logging into Career Central.
NOTE: Log in using your complete BJU e-mail address as your username. If you don’t know your password, use the “forgot password” feature (your Career Central password is not the same as your Novell password). Once logged in, fill in any missing items on your profile.
It is understood that Bob Jones University does not necessarily endorse or guarantee the positions found on Career Central and that Bob Jones University is not responsible for safety, security, wages, working conditions or other aspects of employment. We are merely providing a networking service for BJU students and alumni who are seeking employment opportunities.
Candidates should exercise good judgment to determine if the organization and position align with their beliefs and values, as well as research the soundness and integrity of the organization, the specifics of the position, and if abroad, any risks involved with international employment.
Review the instructions for using Career Central to improve your networking and job searching efforts.
- Registering and logging in
- Establishing a personal account
- Posting your resume and other documents
- Using the Resume Book and Portfolio features
- Browsing job postings and employer listings | Job searching tips
- Receive email updates on saved job searches | Visual Instructions
- Applying for a job
- Learn about workshops and calendar features and topics
Career Central’s Features
After logging in:
- Under the my account section, fill in any missing information in your Personal and Academic Profiles. You won’t have full access to the system until this is complete.
- Search the job postings.
- Upload your resume and cover letter (and/or writing samples, unofficial transcripts, etc.) in the my documents section to use when applying for jobs. Note: Your resume will also be placed in a resume book for employer viewing unless you change your privacy settings under my account.
- Students seeking short-term, home-based work in the Greenville area (e.g., child care, house cleaning, yard work, etc.) should check UniversityYardSale for opportunities.
- Students seeking church staff positions (senior pastor, assistant pastor, youth pastor, music director, youth/music pastor, visitation pastor, Spanish pastor, church planter, and interim pastor) should use Church Staffing Services. Note: Business/finance manager, secretarial, and custodial positions may be found through Career Central.
- Academic internships:
Pursuing an internship (either for credit or for non-credit) to gain career-related experience is helpful in preparing for future full-time employment. If your major offers the option for completing an internship for credit and you want to pursue it for credit, contact your department chair or internship coordinator prior to applying for internships. Your department chair will assess whether or not an opportunity qualifies as a “for credit” internship and if you meet the eligibility requirements to register for the applicable internship course.