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See our Non-Discrimination Policy at the bottom of this page.
Log in here to the new Career Center online system, Symplicity. If you’re new to the system, click on “Register,” and register for a new account.
If you receive a message that your e-mail already exists:
We have already created accounts for many of our employers, including those who have current job postings, so you may receive a message that your e-mail address already exists in the system. However, you will not yet have a password. If you receive this message, contact the Career Center for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may only use the “Forgot My Password” tab if you have previously received a password.
Advantages to you from using this new system include:
Ability to post jobs online.
Ability to copy and revise previous postings, and to deactivate a posting.
Ability to access applications online, if you prefer.
Fall On-Campus Interviews
To register your firm for OCI, go HERE.
The University of Oregon School of Law affirms the right of all individuals to equal opportunity in education and employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, age, handicap, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other extraneous consideration not directly and substantively related to effective performance. Our facilities and services are available only to employers whose practices are consistent with this policy.
The School of Law is compelled to make an exception to this policy. The United States Armed Forces discriminate against transgender individuals. Federal law mandates the loss of federal funds to the entire University if military recruiters are not granted the same access to campus and to students as other employers. In order to avert the loss of federal funding, the School has suspended under protest the application of its non-discrimination policy as applied to military recruiters. This exception to our policy does not in any way reflect acceptance of, or agreement with, discriminatory hiring practices.
In addition, the School of Law permits employers to set age parameters in some limited circumstances where age could be directly and substantively related to effective performance.