Please review the following to apply for staff positions:
Staff Employment Opportunities: Click here for staff employment opportunities: http://www.twu.edu/recruitment-selection/staff-employment.asp
Résumés: Résumés are accepted for all staff positions, with the exception of certain Facilities and Wellness Center positions. Please submit a separate résumé for each position in which you are interested. Your résumé must include the job title and job code number in the e-mail heading or subject line. Résumés that do not include the job title and job code number will not be considered. Please note that résumés sent listing multiple positions will not be considered. You may add a cover letter but it is not required.
How to Apply: Email your résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org (E-mail Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number)
Note: If you do not have email access, please mail to TWU Employment, P. O. Box 425739, Denton, TX 76204-5739 (First line of résumé must include job title and job code number)
Employment Preferences: If you qualify and wish to claim a Veteran’s Preference or a Former Foster Youth Employment Preference, please complete the appropriate employment preference form and email along with your résumé. Additional information regarding employment preferences may be found here: http://www.twu.edu/recruitment-selection/6589.asp
Veterans Preference Form
Former Foster Youth Employment Preference Form
Certain Facilities and Wellness Center positions: Applications only are accepted for certain Facilities and Wellness Center positions. These positions are clearly designated on the website or in the job vacancy notebooks located in the Office of Human Resources’ lobby. Applications must be submitted in person in the Office of Human Resources located at 1219 Oakland, Denton, TX.
Hiring officials for the position for which you apply will have access to your résumé or application. You will be contacted ONLY if you are selected for an interview or if Human Resources has questions regarding your credentials.
Please allow up to three weeks from the posted closing date in order to possibly receive information regarding an interview. If you have not received a call within three weeks of the posted closing date, your credentials did not advance for further consideration.
If you have applied through a résumé and you are selected for an interview, you will need to complete an application packet. The hiring department may forward application packets to you, if time permits, either through postal services or by electronic mail. If time does not permit, you will need to plan to complete the application packet at the point of the department interview. You will need to allow approximately 30 extra minutes prior to your interview to thoroughly complete the application packet. You should bring all relevant employment, education, and reference information and/or documentation with you. Applications must be completed in their entirety.
The new changes in the TWU application process are designed to streamline the recruitment process and make applying for positions at TWU friendly, simple, and easy. The new processes include effectively utilizing the updated, efficient technology that is now available and employing a process that will smoothly integrate with upcoming University-wide software changes. A reduction in paperwork and intercampus mail distribution will significantly benefit both applicants and departments and will contribute to a reduction in hiring time.
Texas Woman’s University is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity, including providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability. Applicants with a physical or mental disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process may contact Tony Yardley at 940-898-3563 or email@example.com
If you have any questions about the application process, please contact:
Manager of Recruitment
Sr. HR Generalist - Recruitment
Thank you for your interest in employment at Texas Woman’s University.
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