On-Campus Interviewing (OCI)
is On-Campus Recruiting?
Center at Salisbury University offers students the opportunity to
interview for internship and full-time positions with a variety of
employers from business, industry and government.
recruits at Salisbury University?
Various national, regional and local employers recruit through OCI.
Professional positions include, but are not limited to, accounting,
banking, consulting, financial services, insurance, management, retail,
sales, technical, social services, education, health careers, etc.
is eligible to interview on-campus?
All degree seeking Salisbury University students that meet the criteria
set forth by the employer conducting the interviews. You must read
each job/internship description to determine if you meet those
requirements. Some requirements include class status, major, gpa,
should I begin to interview for full-time positions?
Interviews occur during the Fall and Spring semester only. Some
employers participate only once a year, others will visit campus during
both fall and spring semester. If you are seeking full-time positions,
maximize your opportunities to interview by participating in OCR early
in the first semester of your senior year.
do I start interviewing and what do I do?
The only requirements are that you are an SU student and are of the
required class status. You can start the on-campus interviewing
process as soon as you complete the following steps.
your eRecruiting (click
to login) account and complete
at least one resume
to the "Calendar" option and then click on "Calendar Search."
Click on "By Event Type" and then "Interview Schedule."
the interview schedule you like and click on the job title-not the
will then read a description of the job and at the bottom of the page
you will see an "Apply" link. If you do not have a resume uploaded
you will not have this link.
your resume to the position you choose. Some interviews will be
"Open" which means "first come first serve" and you will be able to
select a time slot at the time you apply. Some interviews are "PreScreen"
which means the employer looks at your resume to determine whether they
give you an interview time slot. You are notified by email if you
are or are not selected.
interview applications are recorded for you under the link
*Make sure you dress appropriately for the interview. Click
here for dress requirements.