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FAQ section for our Postion Listings
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#1.  What is the pricing structure to post job listings on StudentAffairs.com?

#2.  Can I just post one position?

#3.  How does an institution sign-up to begin posting jobs?

#4.  Does StudentAffairs.com need to receive payment before an institution is permitted to post job openings?

#5.  How does payment by credit cards work?

#6.  Once a school has signed-up, how do job listings get posted?

#7.  How long does an institutional membership last?

#8.  Is there a limit to the number of jobs an institution can list?

#9.  How long are jobs listed on the StudentAffairs.com Position Listing site?

#10.  How many schools subscribe to the Position Listing site?

#11.  Can I track how many people have viewed my job posting?

#12.  How can I make a correction--either an addition or deletion--to a job posting after it has been listed?

#13.  Can I remove a listing early?

#14.  Can I repost an old job listing?

#15.  How do I search resumes in the Resume Center?

 
1.  What is the pricing structure to post job listings on StudentAffairs.com?
Membership is based on the number of students attending the institution. The rate is a flat fee--not a per position charge--and allows schools to post an unlimited number of student affairs positions for one year:
  • $175 for under 3,000 students
  • $225 for 3,000-6000 students
  • $250 for 6,000-10,000 students
  • $325 for 10,000+ students
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2.  Can I just post one position?
Yes! Schools can list a single job posting for only $150. Access to the job posting site would only be available for that one listing. To sign-up for the single listing, complete the Registration form and select the Single Post Membership Type.   Back to top

3.  How does an institution sign-up to begin posting jobs?
An institution only needs to complete the registration is entered into our database an e-mail will be sent to the contact person (usually the same business day) with instructions on how to immediately begin listing job openings. Jobs cannot be posted until the confirming email is received. Click on the following link to go to the Registration form.
 

4.  Does StudentAffairs.com need to receive payment before an institution is permitted to post job openings?
No. Institutions can begin listing positions almost immediately after contacting us. StudentAffairs.com then sends out an invoice to the school. We accept purchase orders and credit card payments can be made at the time of signing up for our job posting service.   Back to top

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How does payment by credit cards work?
You can pay by credit card with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover(US orders only) card directly from our web site. Your payment is processed immediately and you will get a receipt from our web site and a email confirmation from Authorize.NET which processes our credit card transactions.  Back to top

6.  Once a school has signed up, how do job listings get posted?
You will receive a logon and password via e-mail which gives you access to our user-friendly, Web-based posting form. As soon as the form is filled out and the "Submit" button is clicked, the job is immediately posted to our site.  Back to top

7.  How long does an institutional membership last?
Institutional memberships to the StudentAffairs.com Position Listing site are for one year, beginning the day the institution signs up. During this time schools can post an unlimited number of student affairs job openings.  Back to top

8.  Is there a limit to the number of jobs an institution can list?
No. Schools can post an unlimited number of student affairs job openings during their one year subscription to the Position Listing site.   Back to top

9.  How long are jobs listed on the StudentAffairs.com Position Listing site?
Jobs will stay listed for seven weeks. Exceptions can be made for institutions that, due to state regulations, must have positions posted for a longer period of time. If, after the seven weeks, the job is still open the original job listing (with whatever modifications) can be reactivated to our job listing database.  Back to top

10.  How many schools subscribe to the Position Listing site?
The numbers constantly change, but currently over 400 institutions of higher education are subscribing members to the StudentAffairs.com Position Listing site..  Back to top

11.  Can I track how many people have viewed my job posting?
Yes! A counter at the top of each individual position listing tallies the number of times the position has been viewed from the day the job listing was first posted.  Back to top

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How can I make a correction--either an addition or deletion--to a job posting after it has been listed?
Schools can alter any position listings online under the School's administrative screen (under the School Logon) and the changes will be updated in the position listing immediately.  
 

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Can I remove a listing early?
Yes. On the School's administrative screen (under the School Logon) there is a DELETE button which will automatically remove a listing early. 
 

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Can I repost an old job listing?
Yes. On the School's administrative screen (under the School Logon) there is a REPOST button which will automatically repost a previous listing. 
 

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How do I search resumes in the Resume Center?
Once a school signs-up to post jobs on StudentAffairs.com they are permitted to search our Resume Center database. Click here to access the Resume Center. 
 

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