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Application System


Job Application

All applicants looking to apply to UCR will need to create a master application. The master application’s purpose is to save users time by storing all their applicant information through one single application; therefore, the user may apply to multiple UCR jobs without having to reenter his information for each applicant. The master application stores the applicant’s information and is made available for them to apply for any open positions at UCR. The applicant user may update their master application at any time.

Master Application

    Master Application

  • The master application includes seven sections which include profile information, general information, education history, employment history, relevant certifications and licenses, necessary documents, and any relevant additional information. Throughout the entire process of filling out the master application, the user is not inclined to constantly have all their application information filled and complete. Rather, the user may choose to return to the application at a later time before saving or submitting the application.
  • ProfileThe profile page allows the user to input basic contact information such as their name, contact phone, e-mail, and address. When complete, the user must click “Save & Continue” to avoid any loss of information. Clicking “Save & Continue” will automatically navigate the user to the general info page, but the applicant may navigate to any other application page at any time.
  • General The general information page allows the user to input general information about their background. The general information page asks about the applicant’s veteran status, gender, and ethnicity. Furthermore, the user will need to answer simple yes/no questions inquiring on the possession of a valid California Driver’s License, eligibility of work by age and immigration status, and whether the applicant has any relatives at UCR. When complete, the user must click “Save & Continue” to avoid any loss of information. Clicking “Save & Continue” will automatically navigate the user to the educational history page, but the applicant may navigate to any other application page at any time.
  • EducationThe educational history page allows the user to input their educational history. To add a new education record, the user must click “Add New Record.” This will bring up a dialog box that requests information on the education institutions that the applicant has attended. Answer the question regarding whether the institution attended awarded a degree. If a degree was conferred to the applicant, the user may add more specific information pertaining to the type and date the degree was awarded. When complete, the user may click submit to save their education institution history to the application. The user must answer the questions inquiring about general education such as possession of a high school diploma or GED and whether the applicant intends to engage in further educational study. When complete, the user must click “Save & Continue” to avoid any loss of information. Clicking “Save & Continue” will automatically navigate the user to the employment history page, but the applicant may navigate to any other application page at any time.
  • EmploymentThe employment history page allows the user to input their employment history. To add a new employment record, the user must click “Add New Record.” This will bring up a dialog box that requests information regarding the applicant’s previous employment experience. When complete, the user may click submit to save their employment history to the application. When complete, the user must click “Save & Continue” to avoid any loss of information. Clicking “Save & Continue” will automatically navigate the user to the Certifications/Licenses page, but the applicant may navigate to any other application page at any time.
  • Certifications The certifications and licenses allows the user to input relevant certifications or licenses they might have. The certifications page is designed to be vague to allow a broad range of different types of certifications be entered. Certifications vary amongst applicants and this avoids certain certifications or licenses to be excluded from entry. When complete, the user may click submit to save their certifications and licenses to the application. When complete, the user must click “Save & Continue” to avoid any loss of information. Clicking “Save & Continue” will automatically navigate the user to the additional information page, but the applicant may navigate to any other application page at any time.
  • Additional InfoThe additional information page allows the user to enter in any additional and relevant information they feel should be included in the application that was not covered by any other application pages. When complete, the user must click “Save & Continue” to avoid any loss of information.
  • Documents

    Additional Info To upload necessary documents, the user must navigate and click on the "Documents" link on the navigation link bar. This will navigate the user to a page that will allow them to manage their job related documents. The user may elect to upload both a resume and cover letter. Please note that Microsoft Word Documents (.DOC,.DOCX) and Adobe PDFs (.PDF) are the only supported file formats for uploading documents.

    • To upload a new document, select "Add New Document" and a dialog box will appear.
    • The user may also elect to manually enter in their information in the text box provided in the dialog box if they choose not to upload a resume or cover letter.

    Applying

    To apply for a job, the user must navigate and click on the "Browse Jobs" link on the irecruit.ucr.edu jobs homepage. The positions are defined by Job Numbers and the user may use those to ease the search process. The applicant must click on the job number once they have found the desired open position. This will open a page that gives all the necessary details and summaries of the open position.

    • Applying PageTo apply, the user must click on the "Apply" button on the job overview page. This will bring the user to a "My Application" screen which will allow the user to input the data necessary for the application. Note: If the user's master application and documents are up to date, then no further personal information input is necessary.
    • review and submitTo review and submit, the user must click on the "Review and Submit" link. This will allow to user to review the application and answer one final question before submitting. The user must disclose any previous criminal offenses they might have had by answering the question and filling out the text box (if any). Furthermore, the user must read and acknowledge the terms to the application submission. Finally, the user may submit their application.

More Information 

General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

C&C Information

Computing & Communications
Computing & Communications Bldg.

Tel: (951) 827-4741
Fax: (951) 827-4541
E-mail: helpdesk@ucr.edu

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