Starting January 2013, as Gainesville State College (GSC) will be consolidated with North Georgia College and State University (NGCSU) to become University of North Georgia (UNG), a newly designed Job Board will be employed. This new Job Board will provide comprehensive job search services to students, alumni and employers. GSC and NGCSU (or UNG) students and alumni will be able to upload resumes and search for job openings while approved employers will be able to post jobs and search resumes. Detailed information and registration procedure will be provided by early January. In the mean time, please continue to use the current Job Board.
We would like to thank the community job seekers for utilizing the Job Board for many years. For your future use, there are a number of websites that list job openings in Gainesville, Oconee and nearby areas:
Welcome to the GSC Student Job Board!
Area businesses: to post a new job announcement, click here. Complete the form, making sure to add information to the * Required fields. All announcements will be approved/rejected by Student Development personnel, so make sure the job is suitable for students.
Students: to view job listings in your area, click on the Job Titles listed below the Gainesville or Oconee Area. The job announcements contain many details, so make sure you follow the application instructions at the end of the list.
Job announcement questions, updates, and deletions can be directed to Debbie Pierce.
**Approved advertisements will appear within 10 business days.**
Although the Gainesville State College Counseling and Career Services will use due diligence to ensure the integrity of potential employers, it makes no representations about positions listed on the Gainesville State College website and is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of employment. It is the student’s responsibility to take the necessary precautions when interviewing or accepting positions, and he/she is responsible for obtaining necessary information concerning the employer.
The Counseling and Career Services abides by the principles set forth by NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) and expects employers who use its services to adhere to EEO guidelines and offer employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, or disability. Anyone who discovers misuse, abuse, or other problems with the Job Board is encouraged to report the matter to the Counseling and Career Services, either in person or via email@example.com.