eCareer

The Penn State Online Geospatial Program has joined the College of Engineering and is participating in eCareer, an online job search system that lists currently available employment opportunities. Job descriptions are posted by employers seeking Penn State students and are reviewed and pre-approved by Career Resources staff to ensure their technical relevance.

Current students and alumni seeking jobs:

We encourage you to register for an account to gain access to these employment opportunities!

Current students: https://c24-shib.symplicity.com/sso/
When registering for an account (and during subsequent logins), you will be redirected to Penn State Web Access where you will be required to authenticate. Complete the registration form and wait for additional instructions via e-mail. This process should take less than 5 minutes.

Alumni: https://eng-psu-csm.symplicity.com/students
When registering for an account, you will be asked to provide your past PSU ID (not SSN). Contact (bethking@psu.edu) if you don't have this information. Complete the registration form and wait for additional instructions via e-mail. This process should take less than 5 minutes.

NOTE:

Once your account is created, you will receive an email requesting verification of your account request. You MUST click on the link in the email before you can access your account. Once you do this, a second email will be sent to you with further instructions. Lastly, you will need to upload a résumé BEFORE you can search for jobs – please do this as soon as possible because all résumés need to be reviewed and approved.

Students and alumni (employers) posting jobs:

We encourage you to post (or have your employer post) any opportunities you are aware of.

Employers - please go to this site to learn about posting jobs: http://www.engr.psu.edu/career/Employers/postjobs.aspx
Employers - use this site to log in to post jobs: https://eng-psu-csm.symplicity.com/employers

NOTE:

You may have two accounts in the eCareer system – one as a job seeker and one as an employer. If you are in this situation, you must use different email addresses to create the accounts..