Jobseekers searching for student affairs positions may post their resume as well as modify their listing FREE OF CHARGE. Once a resume is posted to StudentAffairs.com you can apply online to any of our job postings that accept online resumes by simply clicking a button. You must first sign-up for access to the Resume section.
Institutions of higher education subscribed to our position listings site are the only ones eligible to search the Resume Center database. To check if your institution is already a member, click here. To become a subscribing school, visit our sign-up page and fill out the registration form.
If you have questions about the Resume Center, please contact Stuart Brown, President of StudentAffairs.com at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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