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Ways to Recruit

Recruiters

Recruiting and Job Posting Platform

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Our easy-to-use web portal extends your company’s presence across campus and beyond, allowing you to post jobs, identify the right candidates for your opportunities and set up interviews and on-campus recruiting events. Visit us online.

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8 Steps to Successful Recruiting

  1. Identify Recruitment Goals and Strategy – we welcome the opportunity to meet with you to gain an understanding of your talent needs and help identify the best opportunities to engage with USC Marshall.

  2. Best Methods to Recruit at Marshall – we will assist you in determining the most effective methods to source top talent and define a recruiting strategy that best meets your needs. We use MBA Focus to manage all of our recruiting activities, including on-campus recruiting, job postings, and resume books. 

  3. Brand- Building Activities – we will help identify a strategy to build your firm’s brand by connecting with faculty and industry-specific events hosted by MBA student clubs. There are a variety of ways to increase your presence on-campus and we want to maximize your time with us.

  4. On-Campus Interviews – book your fall and spring recruiting interviews that best suits your needs. Our fall recruiting starts in late September and spring recruiting begins in late January. Interviews can be scheduled in 30, 45 or 60-minute segments.

  5. Access to Resumes – post your positions online where interested students can apply electronically allowing you to review candidate resumes and consider the talent pool that best meets your needs. Select students to interview based on early review.

  6. Interviewing – selecting the candidates that best fit your needs is top priority and we will work closely with you to build an interview schedule of qualified candidates. For long-distance recruiting, we make our interview rooms available to students for phone and Skype interviews.

  7. Extending Offers – once you are ready to extend an offer to selected students, we want to ensure that the decision is the right decision for your company and our students. Please see the “recruiting guidelines and policies” for information on extending offers.

  8. Future Recruiting – we will help evaluate your recruiting season at Marshall and create a strategic and tactical plan based on lessons learned this year as we move forward to the next academic year and recruiting cycle.

Maximize your on-campus visibility at USC Marshall through participation in career programs and workshops, including the Alumni Mentor Program, networking and mock interview activities. We also offer recruiters opportunities to share valuable industry insights at Industry Institutes, student club events and our annual career fair.