JOC hiring managers

Jobs on Campus (JOC) is a free and efficient recruitment and selection service aimed to help you fill your casual vacancies with capable, committed and ‘campus ready’ UOW students and recent graduates.

To achieve this, JOC requires students to actively participate in specific Careers Central workshops that will give them the skills and knowledge you’re looking for in future hires.

Step 1: 
Complete the Jobs on Campus vacancy form and select the type of service you’d like to receive from JOC:

  • Create a job ad to post on the JOC JobBoard and send a JobAlert to the talent pool
  • Receive applications
  • Shortlist applications
  • Notify successful and unsuccessful candidates 

Step 2: 
Your vacancy will be advertised on the JOC JobBoard and via a JOCAlert. Students will then apply for the role.

Step 3: 
You will receive details for shortlisting and interviewing.

Step 4: 
The successful student is selected and appointed to the role.

If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact at any stage of the process.

Upon entering the JOC talent pool, students are given access to casual jobs across campus by receiving JobAlerts direct to their UOW account. They are then given the opportunity to apply for jobs using the skills they learned and developed in each of the workshops, namely:

  • Resume Writing 101
  • From Interview to Offer
  • Selection Criteria and Online Applications
  • Campus Ready
  • Fast turnaround – we aim to provide a shortlist less than 24 hours after the applications close.
  • Easy and hassle free recruitment and selection – we will only present to you the candidates that meet your criteria.
  • Access to a talent pool of students who are committed, engaged and ‘campus ready’.
  • The JOC team can shortlist, interview and liaise with candidates on your behalf – therefore saving you time.

You are welcome to advertise casual positions that vary in length from a couple of days, to weeks to many months. Examples of roles advertised through JOC include:

  • Administrative Assistants
  • Research Assistants
  • Communication Officers
  • Project Assistants
  • Membership Consultants
  • Client Service Representatives
  • Annual Appeal Student Callers
  • Student Relations Coordinators
  • Hospitability and catering staff
  • In2Uni Mentors
  • Science Space Ambassador
  • Employing students on campus contributes to their graduate employability and development of graduate attributes.
  • Contributes to student retention and success, enhanced student engagement experience and overall satisfaction.
  • JOC is a sustainable service that helps to build people capability aligned to UOW’s strategic direction. So, next time you need to fill a casual position, think about employing students from the JOC talent pool. More information on casual staff.

If you have any questions please contact us via or call (02) 4221 3325.

“JOC look after time consuming tasks that we are pressed for time to do e.g. contacting applicants/referees, doing Working with Children Checks. Also it was helpful having a JOC rep on our interview panel. Keep the service going, they are fantastic” – Science Space

“JOC helps recruit high-quality researchers more efficiently. It makes recruiting easier and gives me access to many great applicants” - School of Computing and Information Technology

JOC is an excellent UOW initiative and the staff there are to be congratulated for their professionalism. They’re very efficient and understood my hiring needs. JOC provides a wealth of resources that are 'on tap' and free! (They are) friendly staff who provide excellent customer service. Professional Experience Unit