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Student FAQ

A:  Part-time, seasonal, and summer jobs of all kinds, on-campus or in the Austin metro area. Internships and full-time jobs are handled by HireUTexas.

A:  Students who are currently enrolled or admitted to UT Austin and employers who have been authorized to use the job bank by the job bank administrators. Students are automatically registered for the job bank upon being admitted to UT Austin; if you are a student, your Login ID is the e-mail address on file with the University. E-mail us if you do not know your password and are unable to reset it on the Student Log In page.

A:  The most common reason for all users is that the password has been changed and forgotten. Because students must be currently enrolled or admitted to UT Austin to gain access, however, they will not be able to log in if they have withdrawn or have been dismissed from the University, or if they are on a Study Abroad program that reflects zero hours enrollment. All job bank users should contact the job bank administrators by phone at (512) 475-6243 or e-mail for log in assistance.

A:  You must have access to a computer in order to be able to use the job bank.

A:  Yes. The minimum browser requirements for the job bank are recent versions of Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer. The job bank software does not support Chrome at this time. You must also have cookies enabled.

A:  Make sure you have accepted your Work-Study award by activating your Financial Aid Notification (FAN). You should be able to view Summer or Fall Work-Study jobs beginning in May. Spring Work-Study jobs can be viewed starting in early January. Be sure you are within these periods when trying to view jobs on the Hirealonghorn Job Bank. Only students who have been awarded Work-Study can view Work-Study jobs.

A:  You can reset your password on the Student Log In page or e-mail us and we will reset your password for you.

A:  Most employers require that students e-mail a resume directly to them to apply for a job. If the employer prefers that the student apply by some other means (e.g., submitting an application or calling for more information), those instructions will be listed in the job posting. Please contact the employer in the manner they requested. If you are having difficulties contacting an employer as indicated in the job posting, e-mail the job bank administrators for assistance.
    Updated 29 January 2015