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Welcome to Mailman CareerLink. Our online system will enhance your ability to reach our students with job and internship opportunities and maximize your recruitment efforts by streamlining many of the recruiting options we provide.
Use of our services is free of charge. In order to use Mailman CareerLink as an employer, you must register with the system by following the steps below:
NEW EMPLOYERS WITHOUT A CAREERLINK ACCOUNT
Step 1: Click here to access our employer login page.
Step 2: Click on “Create Account” next to “1st time user?”
Step 3: Enter your email address and password.
Step 4: Select Your Company--Search for your account by typing your organization name in the search field, then click “Find.” Once your organization name appears, click the radio button to the right of the organization name, then click “Select/Continue.” If your organization is not in our database, click “Add Organization.”
Step 4: Fill in all required fields, and click the "Save" button to complete the account creation process.
Step 5: After we approve your request (via email), you can review resume books and post as many jobs to Mailman CareerLink as you want, free of charge.
EMPLOYERS WITH AN EXISTING CAREERLINK ACCOUNT
Step 1: Click here to access our employer login page and log into your account.
Step 2: Log in using your username (your email address) and password. If you forgot your password, please enter your email address into the “Email Address” box below the login section and click “Find My Account” to reset your password.
Step 3: You can then post a new job, update your employer information and contact information, read announcements from the school, view your posted jobs (under “My Jobs”), edit or close a job posting, close a job listing, view/download applications, view resume books, and register for career events such as our career fair.
If you have any questions, msphocs [at] cumc.columbia.edu (please email the Office of Career Services.)
If you are recruiting for other candidates from Columbia University, such as nurses, social workers, counselors, dieticians, doctors, physical or occupational therapists, attorneys, MBAs, etc. please visit our directory of other career services at Columbia.
If you are interested in creating a structured practicum for our students, please visit https://www.publichealth.columbia.edu/academics/office-education/field-practice/agencies