Let us assist you with your hiring needs. We can connect you with our skilled students and graduates through a variety of services, including:
- online job postings
- networking events
- on-campus information sessions, presentations and interviews
Contact us to arrange networking events or on-campus services, or to be connected directly with a specific program area.
Posting job openings
With our career services online system, you can post full-time, part-time and volunteer positions. You’ll be able to:
- post your job for free
- manage and edit your own posting(s)
- maintain an archive of previous postings
How to create an account:
Step 1) Click here
Step 2) Select ‘Create Account’ on the right-hand side of the screen
Step 3) Agree to terms and conditions
Step 4) Follow the prompts to input your information
How to post jobs:
Step 1) Login to Grad Leaders here
Step 2) On the left-hand side, select ‘Job Postings’
Step 3) On the top near the left-hand side of the page, click on the ‘Add New’ button
Step 4) Fill out the relevant information
Step 5) Once you save the position, it goes to the Career Development team for approval before going live
If it asks you to post at other schools, select no.
To increase views, include information about your business, the number of hours to be worked per week, salary range, a detailed description of the position, and a list of qualifications students can tailor their resumes to.
If you are seeking a student from a specific program, select that program from the drop-down towards the bottom of the job post creation page.
The fine print: recruitment and job posting guidelines
Lethbridge College has implemented guidelines for on-campus recruitment and our online job posting services to balance the needs of employers while protecting the privacy of our students.
The guidelines provided by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) lay the framework for professional relationships between students, career educators, employers and third-party recruiters.
Through employment standards, the provincial government sets out rules, regulations and compliance measures for employers and employees in Alberta.
This Charter sets out the rights and freedoms Canadians believe are necessary in a free and democratic society.