Posting an On-Campus Job or Internship

Post on-campus positions and view resumes to get the right candidate for your department in Bullseye powered by Handshake, the ultimate job and internship spot.

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Signing In

Never logged in as an employer before? Follow our step-by-step guide on how-to create an on-campus employer account.

Last updated: October 29, 2019

1. Open up a new Google Chrome browser window (or a new tab).

2. Go to Bullseye powered by Handshake.

Internet Browser

This process works best when using Google Chrome browser.

Screenshot of the Handshake login page.

See (above) what the login page should look like.

3. Click on the sign in with your email address text that's under the blue University at Buffalo Sign On button.

Screenshot of the Handshake login page with the words "sign in with your email address" is highlighted in yellow.

See (above) where the "sign in with your email address" text is located.

Do Not Click on the Blue "University at Buffalo Sign On" Button.

4. Type in your UB email address in the type box.

5. Click the blue Next button.

Screenshot of the "Please sign in with your .edu email" page in Handshake.

See (above) what the "Please sign in with you .edu email" screen should look like.

6. Click on Or log in using your Handshake credentials underneath the big blue University at Buffalo Sign On button.

Screenshot of the Handshake login page with the words "Or log in using your Handshake credentials" highlighted in yellow.

See (above) where the "Or login in using your Handshake credentials" text is located.

Do Not Click on the Blue "University at Buffalo Sign On" Button.

7. Type in your Handshake password in the type box.

8. Click the blue Sign In button.

Screenshot of the "please enter your password to sign in" page in Handshake.

See (above) what the "Please enter your password to sign in" screen should look like.

Post a New Job or Internship

When posting a new job or internship in Bullseye powered by Handshake, you'll be asked to complete five sections. The sections include the Basics, Details, PreferencesSchools (which is University at Buffalo) and Preview.

Helpful Tip: The more fields you complete, the more well defined your job posting will be (and more likely you’ll attract well-qualified students).

Steps for Create a New Job/Internship Posting

Last updated: October 29, 2019

1. Once logged in, click on the blue Post a Job button toward the top left of your home dashboard.

Forgot how to login? Follow these login instructions.

Screenshot of the Handshake employer dashboard with the button "Post a Job' highlighted in yellow.

See (above) what your employer dashboard should look like.

2. This will bring you to a page to start a "New Job." In the Job Title text box, please structure your job title as the following:

  • The position type (work-study, student assistant, graduate assistant or internship)
  • Your office/department
  • Job title
Screenshot of the "New Job" page in Handshake.

See (above) what the screen will look like after you click on the "Post a Job" from your employer dashboard.

Examples of How to Write a Job Title

Position Type - (Department) (Job Title)

Student Assistant Example

Student Assistant – Career Services Career Peer Coach

Screenshot of an example for how a student assistant job title should look like in Handshake.

Work-Study Example

Work Study - Career Services Front Desk Assistant

Screenshot of an example for how a work study job title should look like in Handshake.

Graduate Assistant Example

Graduate Assistant - Career Services Career Assistant

Screenshot of an example for how a Graduate Assistant job title should look like in Handshake.

Internship Example

Internship - Career Services Digital Marketing Intern

Pro Tip:

By writing your job titles like the examples above, this helps students filter and discover jobs they are qualified for. It will also help them know which office/department the position is with.

3. Use the text box or the drop down arrow to find and select your office/department as the Company Division.

Screenshot of the drop down menu to select the department or division at UB in the New Job page in Handshake.

See (above) where you should add your office/department name.

4. Select On Campus Student Employment as the Job Type.

** If this position is a credit-bearing internship, please select Internship instead of an On Campus Student Employment.

5. Select Part-Time as the Employment Type.

6. Select Temporary/Seasonal as the Duration.

7. Use the calendar to select the start and end date.

Screenshot of filling in the job type, employment type, duration, start date and end date for a job posting in Handshake.

See (above) what your screen should look like once you completed these steps.

8.  If you’re posting a Work-Study position, please select Yes to the question “Is this a Work Study Job?” If you're posting a Student Assistant, Graduate Assistant position or Internship, please select No.

9. Click the blue Next button at the bottom of the page.

Screenshot of the question "Is this a work study job?" on the New Job page in Handshake.

See (above) where you should select "yes" if your hiring for a work-study position.

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Finding Your Job Posting

Want to check out your posting again? Easy! Just follow the instruction below to view postings that have been posted by you.

Steps for Finding Your Job/Internship Posting

Last updated: October 29, 2019

1. Log back into Bullseye powered by Handshake as an Employer.

Forgot how to login? Follow these login instructions.

2. Click on Jobs in the left toolbar.

Screenshot of Handshake's dashboard from an Employer account.

See (above) where the "jobs" is located in the toolbar.

3. Click on the Edit this text at the top of the page next to "viewing all UB - University at Buffalo, The State University of New York jobs" to edit the job view settings.

See (above) what your screen should look like when you click on the "edit this" text.

4. Select Jobs created by me to view postings that you posted.

See (above) where you can select "Jobs created by me."

Duplicating an Old Posting

Start fresh! Diversify your candidate pool each year without the extra work. Just follow the instruction below to duplicate your previous job/internship posting in Bullseye powered by Handshake.

Steps for Duplicating Your Previous Posting

Last updated: October 29, 2019

1. Log back into Bullseye powered by Handshake as an Employer.

Forgot how to login? Follow these login instructions.

2. Click on Jobs in the left toolbar.

See (above) where "jobs" is located in the toolbar.

2. Search and find the posting you'd like to duplicate by either sorting by Jobs created by you. Or using the search bar to type in the job title.

See (above) what it looks like when you search for a specific position.

3. Click directly on the name of the job you'd like to duplicate.

4. This will take you to this job's overview page. From here, Click on the text Duplicate Job towards the top of the page underneath the gray Edit Details button. 

Screenshot of the words "Duplicate Job" highlighted in yellow located under the "Edit Details" button in Handshake.

See (above) where you click to duplicate the job.

5. This will immediately and automatically create a brand new copy of this job posting. All information about this job will be preserved, except for schools and applicants, which will allow a clean slate to edit and post this position to schools.

Screenshot of a job posting with the messaging "Job was successfully duplicated. You may now distribute the job to schools" at the top of the screen in Handshake.

See (above) what the message you should receive after duplicating a job.

6. Add University at Buffalo using the drop down arrow or typing in the text box.

7. Once you've chosen University at Buffalo and it will appear underneath the school list, choose the Apply start date and the Expiration date.

8. Click the blue Next button at the bottom of the page.

See (above) what your school list should look like.

School List

Please only add University at Buffalo to your school list.

9. Check out how your posting will look to students before you save it.

See (above) what your posting should look like this to students.

Final Review

Please review your posting carefully to make sure all the information is correct before posting.

10. Once everything has been reviewed, click the blue Save button at the bottom right-hand corner of the page.

11. Please make sure that the NACE Career Readiness Competency label(s) have been added to the posting. If they're not, please:

  • Clicking the “Select a label” drop down arrow located on the right side of screen. 
  • Select all the NACE Career Readiness Competencies that apply to this position.

See (above) what your label section should look like once the NACE labels are added.

Please Do Not Create New Labels

The NACE Career Readiness Competencies labels are already created for you.