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Community Job Openings

All students and alumni are eligible to use the Hawkeye Job Board to upload resumes, search for, and apply for jobs.

Start by logging into your Hawkeye Job Board account to begin your job search.

Check Out Some Of These Open Positions

Updated 9/12/2017

  • Clinic Scheduler/Receptionist #5188222
  • CNC Machine Operator #5191386
  • Event Guide #5191478
  • Industrial Maintenance Technician #5191385
  • Medical Customer Service #5192005
  • OSHA Specialist #5188138
  • Quality Data Entry Specialist #5193908
  • Respiratory Therapist #5195110
  • Service Technician #5191158
  • Transcriptionist #5193201
  • Truck Driver #5193285
  • Warehouse Team Member #5194060  
  • Plus many more part-time, full-time, and internship positions!

Also see our Web Resources for more job search options.

Back-to-School Job Search

With classes starting up again, some of you may be seeking a job to gain extra experience or help with expenses. Here are some tips to help get started and work for almost any situation, whether you are a new job seeker or a seasoned one.

  1. Polish up your resume and/or work history information. Just about every job requires you to submit a resume or an application. The information the employers seek should not be new to you, so make sure you have everything up-to-date and ready to go.

  2. Join a club or organization. Begin to network and build valuable relationships with people on and off campus. The best way to find a job is through referrals and word-of-mouth, and what better way to start than with your fellow students and instructors? Many times clubs will also have guest speakers or field trips and this is another great way to connect.

  3. Clean up your social media accounts. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat can be used for good! However, in order to do so, be aware of what is being posted and refrain from sharing inappropriate content.

  4. Wardrobe check. Making a good first impression in an interview is important. Do you have clothing appropriate for an interview situation? Invest in a pair of dress pants, a knee-length skirt, button-down shirts or polos, dress shoes, and even a suit. Many of these items are mix-and-match so you shouldn’t have to pay a lot of money to look professional and put together.

  5. Visit the Career Services Center. The Career Services Center is here to assist with anything career-related, so make sure to visit the office with your questions or concerns.

Career Services Center

Bremer Hall 102
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Regular Hours

Monday 8:00am–4:30pm
Tuesday 8:00am–4:30pm
Wednesday 9:30am–6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am–4:30pm
Friday 8:00am–4:30pm

Administrative Secretary

Kate Childers
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Rachel Evans
319-296-2329 ext.1297
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