Recruiting at Eller

Here at the Professional Development Center, we value our employers and see you as an integral part of our students' professional development.

We understand your need to effectively and efficiently connect with our talent. We offer a wide range of resources to get you engaged with our students. See how you can get involved today! 


 

On-Campus Recruiting

The Eller College's Professional Development Center now has interview rooms. To set up an on-campus recruiting visit in McClelland Hall, please email recruiting@eller.arizona.edu and someone from our recruiting team will contact you.


 

Career Opportunity Postings

The University of Arizona’s Career Services office hosts an online job board called Wildcat JobLink. Students can access JobLink to search for open internships, part-time jobs, and full-time jobs. Wildcat JobLink is free for employers to list positions and ensures next-day posting on the internet.

You may list your opening online by visiting the Career Services website, or you may contact the Employer Relations Office at  joblink@email.arizona.edu or 520.621.2372.

The Eller College’s Professional Development Center produces a weekly, electronic career newsletter for students which includes information on career-related information, events, and job/internship openings. We will pull from the listed positions on Wildcat JobLink that are open to undergraduate business students and will send them to our students via email in this newsletter. Posting your position on JobLink will allow the Professional Development Center to include your opening in this career newsletter. If you are looking for a specific major, please specify the major in the job description section of the online form; that way your opening will appear for that major in the newsletter.

Why Recruit Eller Students?

The Eller undergraduate curriculum is designed to develop future business leaders who create and deliver superior value to their organizations.

Our students not only develop functional and technical knowledge along with management skills; they are also given the opportunity to apply this knowledge and training through experiential learning opportunities that are integrated into the curriculum.

Eller undergraduates communicate effectively, critically analyze and comprehend complex business situations, and build high-performance teams. Therefore, they enter your organization equipped and poised to make an impact either through an internship or full-time position.


National Recognition
Our undergraduate programs are consistently ranked among the best in the country. Eller College Undergraduate Programs rank #9 among public business schools nationwide and #19 among business schools overall in the 2016 U.S. News & World Report survey. Additionally, our MIS program is ranked at #3 (#1 for public schools). To see an extensive list of our rankings,  click here .


Internships
Internships are strongly encouraged throughout our program. For non-local employers, the summer internship is a great opportunity for you to engage an undergraduate student who not only possesses leadership and involvement experiences but is further enhanced by our strong curriculum. Local employers enjoy the benefit of employing students through the academic year through internships. The student has the opportunity to apply this knowledge to meaningful projects and help your organization achieve its objectives and goals. Contact us to identify great internship talent.


Full-Time Hiring
The Eller College of Management facilitates full-time recruiting through an online job board called Wildcat JobLink. The Eller College's Professional Development Center produces a weekly, electronic Job Blast which includes information on career related information, events, and job/internship openings. 

On-campus Visits

Call us to set up an On-campus recruiting visit at McClelland Hall. 520-621-2505 

Table @ Eller

Take advantage of an opportunity to individually showcase your company at the Eller College.

What
With only one company per week, the Employer@Eller program is intended to give recruiting corporations a chance to create connections with Eller students of all class standings, so that students can be more aware of the opportunities that are available to them in the job market.


Where
Companies will be able to “reserve” an outside spot located on the first floor of McClelland Hall near the classrooms.


When
One company will be able to reserve this spot once per semester; either Wednesday or Thursday from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. This is the time when there is the most traffic due to classes. This is also to accommodate students with diverse class schedules. Certain dates in the semester will be unavailable due to university closures and other events.

Note: Students will be casually dressed as they are coming and going to class.


Who
The outreach for employers involves companies that are specifically recruiting business and public administration undergraduate students in the Eller College of Management. Additionally, companies must have already signed up through UA's Career Services (www.career.arizona.edu).  Registration also applies to companies which come to UA Career Days, Eller Career Showcase, and those that are registered for information sessions and on-campus interviews. 


Cost
There is a reservation fee of $50.

Location

The Eller Professional Development Center is located in McClelland Hall.

Eller Professional Development Center
1130 Helen Street
Tucson AZ 85721-0108
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Enter the building from Helen street and walk through to the Olden Lee Welcome Center next to the Entrepreneurship suite. You will be directed from there. 
Interviews take place on the 3rd floor.

Office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

Rooms and Schedules

Fees
Interview rooms are $35 per room, which includes all-day use and 1 parking pass. We also have available a large conference room and two spaces that are great for Information Sessions. Pricing for the larger rooms runs $100 per room. Invoice payment is due by the time of your visit. You can process your payment by contacting Karen Bartos at recruiting@eller.arizona.edu or 520-621-2505. Refunds are only given with an advance notice of 48 hours prior to visit.

Schedules
Interviews are scheduled starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 4:30 p.m. Pre-select schedules close 24 hours prior to the interview date. This allows us to print and organize your schedule for the following day. If you are booking the room only, scheduling will be up to you.

Changes
If you need to make adjustments to this schedule, please contact Karen Bartos at recruiting@eller.arizona.edu or 520.621.2505.

Packets
If there is a Pre-select or Open schedule, we will provide you with your schedule on the day of your visit. The packet will include student resumes and the interview time slots. If you have reserved a Room Only, the collecting and scheduling of student is under your control.

Check-In
Please check in at the reception desk on the third floor. When entering the building from Helen street, walk straight back toward the second floor Olden Lee Welcome Center next to the Entrepreneurship suite. The third floor is accessible by stairs or elevator just around the corner. One of the staff will greet you, show you around and get you settled.

Parking Reservations
Parking can be included when doing some campus interviews and attending special events. For the visits that don’t include parking, the Park Avenue garage is open 5:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m. on a space-available basis. Daily rates: $2.00 per hour (max. $8 per day). Parking after 5:00pm in Zone One is free. Zone one is located directly across from McClelland Hall to the North.

Shipping Materials

Shipping materials early makes for easier travel. Ship your items, clearly labeled with your company name in bold letters to:

Event Name – i.e., Eller Expo, Showcase, Information Session
Eller Professional Development Center
McClelland Hall 204
1130 E Helen St.
Tucson AZ 85721-0108

If you are also sending materials back to your home office, please be sure to set up a return label through your shipper for easier processing.

Policies and Prodecures

Recruiting Rooms and Schedules
There are various types of schedules that can be requested;

Room Only
You create your own schedule and outreach to students. You supply a schedule, we supply the space.

Pre-Select
A minimum of three weeks from time of posting is required. Students apply, employer reviews and selects who they want to meet with, students are invited via system, students choose an interview time through the system. A schedule is printed along with resumes for the day of the visit.

Pre-Select with alternate
A minimum of 3.5 weeks from time of posting is required. Students apply, employer reviews and selects who they want to meet with, students are invited via system, students choose an interview time through the system, and alternate students are invited. A schedule is printed along with resumes for the day of the visit.

Open
Students can apply and select interview times; no selection process is built into this model 

Interview rooms are on a first-come, first-serve basis, so reserve early.

There is a corporate lounge with basic kitchen features available for catered lunches or casual meetings and is a place for visitors to relax during their stay.

Canceling and Rescheduling Interviews
We understand there may be times when campus interviews must be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. We require  a minimum of 48 hours’ notice of cancellation. If a cancellation is due to poor planning or follow through on the recruiter’s part, the recruiter will be required to contact students and arrange another interview date/time. This also applies to any cancellations made on the day of the interviews. The recruiter is also asked to contact us and share this information.

Recruiting Fees
Organizations are responsible for fees associated with campus recruiting. Such fees include:

  • Pre-select interview scheduling (per schedule).
  • Room only interview scheduling (per room)
  • Information session fees such as catering, room rental, audio visual, etc.
  • Campus parking.
  • Equipment use such as table and chairs when on campus.
  • Please note: some fees are waived if an organization is a Corporate Partner.