Employer Resources

The Career Management Center welcomes employers interested in recruiting top talent for business positions within their organizations. Collaboration is crucial to achieving our mission, which is to develop future business leaders. We invite you to become involved by partnering with UT Dallas.

If you would like to post a job on the Jindal School of Management HireJSOM system, please follow this link to set up an account in Handhsake. If you already have a Handshake account, sign in and please add The University of Texas at Dallas to your list of schools.

Jobs are very easy to post in Handshake, and you can request on-campus interviews. A member of the Employer Relations Team is available to assist you with this process and answer any specific questions. After you have completed the hiring process, don’t forget to Report A Hire.

The Naveen Jindal School of Management is the largest of UT Dallas’ eight schools with more than 9,100 students, about half of whom are graduate students. Our students represent some of the brightest students in Texas. Our world-renowned faculty, innovative curriculum and outstanding students have led us to national and international recognition. Visit our rankings page to view the most recent updates.

The CMC offers employers a comprehensive set of opportunities to connect with and recruit the best prepared students available for employment opportunities. Through workshops and career training, Jindal students are prepared to meet, network, and interview with recruiters and hiring managers. We encourage you to engage with our CMC staff to learn more.

  • Advertise your available positions by posting a job description on our HireJSOM website through the JSOM Career Management Center.
  • Host an Information Session and discuss your company history and goals.
  • Sponsor a Business Case Competition with a MBA class in Marketing, Finance, or Operations.
  • Volunteer time as a Speaker for a student organization or a specific class.
  • Submit a Capstone course class project.
  • Participate in Career Forums and Networking Mixers. These educational panels allow employers to share helpful “hints for success” and brand their companies on campus.
  • Connect with the Jindal School of Management Faculty and Research Centers.

For more information or to schedule on campus activities, please email or call (972) 883-6916.

Advertise your available position by posting a job on the HireJSOM powered by Handshake. Students are able to view the job information and submit resumes to your preferred email address. We can consult with faculty and/or send a mass email to qualified students in order to increase the applicant pool.

You can request on-campus interviews when you post the job in hireJSOM powered by Handshake. Contact us at employerrelations@utdallas.edu to schedule an On-Campus Interview Date. The schedule is set up in hireJSOM powered by Handshake, and you can select the students to interview. To conduct interviews at your office site, please contact the students directly.

Many School of Management students have acquired some work experience or are currently working to support further education. They have developed a strong work ethic and a passion for their majors. They are seeking full-time corporate positions that will utilize their academic knowledge and work experience to allow them to contribute to your organization.

Our goal is to provide employers with access to highly qualified student workers for both immediate and year-round assistance. The School of Management would like to promote cooperation between the University and industry so that our students obtain valuable career-related work experience and your company has the ability to build a resource of potential permanent employees.

  • Candidates available at all levels of expertise and in all majors; Undergraduates, Masters, MBA and PhD
  • The best “low cost/great quality” alternative available – NO “agency” fees involved.
  • A “try before you buy” alternative that may also support future recruiting needs (possible resource of potential permanent employees)
  • Cutting-Edge technology and increased diversity incorporated into your workplace
  • Employers are not required to pay Unemployment Compensation taxes for any intern

  • Interns are typically compensated at lower salaries than permanent personnel and are not provided benefits
  • Internships are a commitment of 1 or 2 semesters (can be extended)
  • Internships may be Part-time (20 hours or less per week) or Full-time (35 hours or more per week)
  • Students respond best to internships with an educational component; if the work assignment relates to the student’s career or academic goals, both parties are winners
  • Commitment within your organization to provide appropriate direction is critical to success
  • Integrating the co-op/intern student as a full team member will result in the greatest benefit for both the student and your organization
  • Some students elect to participate in a formal internship class which focuses on job goals. These students require a review of their goals when they begin working and completion of a Performance Evaluation Form by the employer at the end of the internship.
Full-Time Salaries (2017 Data)
Dependent Upon on Experience and Specialty Area
Average Median
Bachelors $56,770 $48,487
Masters $74,808 $65,000
MBA $86,644 $91,770
Internship Salaries Per-Hour (2017 Data)
Dependent Upon on Experience and Specialty Area
Average Range
Bachelors $16.11 $10.00 – $20.00
Masters $20.18 $18.00 – $30.00
MBA $27.04 $25.00 – $55.00

Some employers who are not Non-Profit Companies have posted Unpaid Internships for credit. However, these postings do not get much response from the students. The University always offers the student the option to obtain credit for any internship – if they need the elective hours. However, credit or elective hours are not “free” for the students as they must still pay the registration fees – totaling several thousand dollars for a 3 hour course. We encourage employers to pay at least minimum wage ($7.25 per hour). Interns, just as any employees, have everyday incidental costs such as transportation and lunch. According to FLSA rules, employers are liable to the following 6 criteria reported by the Wage and Hour Department:

  1. The internship, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer, is similar to training which would be given in an educational environment;
  2. The internship experience is for the benefit of the intern;
  3. The intern does not displace regular employees, but works under close supervision of existing staff;
  4. The employer that provides the training derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern; and on occasion its operations may actually be impeded;
  5. The intern is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship; and
  6. The employer and the intern understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship.

For additional information, visit the Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Website and/or call the toll-free information and helpline, available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in your time zone, 1-866-4USWAGE (1-866-487-9243).

If ALL SIX of the following criteria apply, students (including individuals participating in school-to-work programs, internships, transition, vocational education, work experience, etc.) are not employees within the meaning of the FLSA:

  1. The training, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer is similar to that which would be given in a vocational school (a curriculum is followed, the students are under continued and direct supervision by either representatives of the school or by employees of the business).
  2. The training is for the benefit of the trainees or students, such placements are not made to meet the labor needs of the business.
  3. The trainees or students do not displace regular employees, vacant positions have not been filled, employees have not been relieved of assigned duties, and the students are not performing services that, although not ordinarily performed by employees, clearly are of benefit to the business.
  4. The employer that provides the training derives no advantages from the activities of the trainees or students, and on occasion his or her operations may actually be impeded.
  5. The trainees or students are not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the training period. Once a student has become an employee, the student cannot be considered a trainee at that particular community based placement unless in a clearly distinguishable occupation.
  6. The employer and the trainees or students understand that the trainees or students are not entitled to wages for the time spent in training.

Students may serve as Unpaid Volunteers for public service, religious or humanitarian objectives. For example, students may choose to assist at established volunteer programs operated by charitable nonprofit organizations, government agencies, hospitals or nursing homes. The intent is clearly to donate their services for the public good. Commercial businesses can never legally utilize Unpaid Volunteers.

  • No sponsorship is required to hire an International Student in an internship
  • International interns may NOT work as independent contractors
  • Employers are NOT required to pay Social Security or Medicare taxes (Employers are also NOT required to pay Unemployment Compensation Taxes for ANY intern)
  • Workers Compensation Taxes MUST be paid and Federal Income Taxes MUST be withheld
  • International students may work Full-Time only one long semester and a Summer – meaning either Spring and Summer or Summer and Fall
  • International students may work Part-Time for multiple semesters
  • Employers making an internship offer to an international student must prepare an offer letter on the company’s original letterhead. The letter must include the following:
    • A statement that the position is an internship or CPT
    • The beginning and ending dates of the position (Please call to obtain dates for the current semester)
    • The physical location (full address) where the student will be working
    • Supervisor’s name and title
    • Exact number of hours to be worked each week
    • Wages/hour
    • Organization’s EIN (necessary for students who must apply for an SSN)
    • Internship/job description

Sample offer letter

Reporting Offers and Hires

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) conducts a quarterly national salary survey. The survey collects data on over 70 fields of study, providing information that allows you as an employer to stay on top of your competitor’s salary offers.

Please help us to continue to track and benchmark this activity by reporting your UT Dallas offers and hires to us. All reported information is held in strictest confidence and used only for summary reporting. No information is personally identifiable.

Should you have concerns about the legality of reporting such information, please go to the NACE website for a detailed discussion of legal considerations.

Please provide the following information when reporting:

  • Student’s Name
  • Student’s Major
  • Yearly Starting Salary
  • Gender
  • Employer Type
  • Job Title
  • Job Function
  • Job Location

Report a Hire

The Career Management Center (CMC) located in the Naveen Jindal School of Management is committed to preparing tomorrow’s workforce to meet the needs of employers who require superior skills and abilities. By investing in a naming opportunity within the CMC your support helps facilitate student and company engagement through diverse events, programs, workshops and on-campus recruiting services. Your support also serves to brand your name among the more than 3,500 undergraduate and graduate students who use the CMC services each year. These efforts prepare candidates for success in a global, dynamic workforce.

Naming Opportunities

Seminar Room – $25,000 per room for a naming term of three years, payable over three years

The Career Management Center has 2 seminar rooms used for special events, networking receptions, lecturers and student workshops.

  • Company name prominently displayed outside a Career Management Center seminar room
  • Opportunity to “customize” seminar room with up to 3 branded company artworks or photographs
  • Corporate partner networking opportunities
  • Priority access to CMC seminar rooms, interview rooms and scheduled recruiting days
  • Recognition in UT Dallas MANAGEMENT and ASPIRE magazine

Interview Room – $15,000 per room for a naming term of three years, payable over three years

There are 14 private interview rooms each providing a professional setting for on campus recruitment of Jindal School students. On average, more than 1,000 interviews are conducted in these rooms annually.

  • Company name displayed outside a Career Management Center interview room
  • Opportunity to “customize” interview room with one company branded artwork or photograph
  • Corporate partner networking opportunities
  • Priority access to CMC interview rooms and scheduled recruiting days
  • Recognition in UT Dallas MANAGEMENT and ASPIRE magazine

For more information on naming opportunities within the Career Management Center, contact:

Laura Madden Director
Corporate Relations
Tom Kim Assistant Dean
Career Management Center

The CMC hosts a multitude of career events on campus each semester. Contact us for additional information about recruiting at UT Dallas.

Career Management Center Events – Spring 2019

Build Your Brand
Event Name Date Time
International Student’s Panel Wednesday, Jan 30 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
DMHP Mock Interviews Friday, February 8 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
HCM Mock Interviews Monday, February 11 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Finance Mock Interviews Tuesday, February 12 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
All Business Networking Mixer Wednesday, February 13 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Supply Chain Industry Panel Wednesday, February 27 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Real Estate Industry Panel Thursday, February 28 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
HR Roundtable Tuesday, March 12 TBD
Event Name Date Time
All Campus Career Expo (All UTD Majors) Thursday, Feb 14 & Friday, Feb 15 11 AM – 4 PM
Last Call Career Fair Thursday, April 25 TBD

For more information, email or call (972) 883-6916.

Shipped displays and literature for events must reach UT Dallas one week in advance. All boxes must be
clearly marked with UT Dallas Career Management Center and your company name to ensure that it gets to the correct booth.

Ship material to:
The University of Texas at Dallas
JSOM Career Management Center, SM25
800 W. Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080

You are responsible for shipping your displays back to your company. Please bring the necessary shipping forms with the shipment’s weight and your account number.

For Driving Directions and Parking Information, please contact us at employerrelations@utdallas.edu.

UTD has visitor/guest discount rates at the following hotels:

Courtyard by Marriott Richardson at Campbell

2191 N. Greenville Avenue
Richardson, TX 75081
(972) 994-9933

Doubletree Richardson

1981 North Central Expressway at Campbell
Richardson, TX 75080
(972) 644-4000

Hilton Garden Inn Richardson

1001 W. Pres George Bush Turnpike
Richardson, TX 75080
(972) 792-9393

Holiday Inn Richardson

1655 N. Central Expressway (US 75) at Campbell
Richardson, TX 75080
(972) 238-1900

Hyatt Regency Richardson

701 E Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75081
(972) 619-1234

Renaissance Hotel Richardson

900 E. Lookout Drive near Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75082
(972) 367-2000

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