No. The job list for prospective employees includes jobs located at the University of Missouri, the University of Missouri System and MU Extension. While most listings are located in the Columbia area, some staff positions may be located in other parts of Missouri. Please check the job location on each vacancy, or sort the list by location to apply for jobs in a desired region.
Other UM System campuses list their job openings on separate websites:
- University of Missouri Health Care
- University of Missouri-Kansas City
- Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla)
- University of Missouri-St. Louis
The job list for current employees includes jobs available at all universities across the University of Missouri System.
Prospective employees and students must establish a username and password click by registering with the online system. Students can use their university ID and password or their personal email information, and will need to create an account even if they are already a current student employee. The login information you set up will be your username and password each time you login to apply to open positions.
Current employees use the standard sign on used for myHR.
The recruiters in the Office of Human Resources screen applications and forward them to hiring supervisors daily.
If you have questions about the application process in general, email Human Resources or call (573) 882-7976 for assistance.
Those applying for a position through SOS Temporary Staffing can reach out for support by calling (573) 882-7701.
To request ADA accommodations, please contact the Office of Human Resources or call (573) 882-7976. Persons with Hearing Disabilities should contact us through Relay Missouri, Dial 711 or call (800) 735-2966 or visit Relay Missouri to choose your preferred communication method.
If you do not have a computer, you may use one at the Office of Human Resources on campus at 801 Conley Avenue, 15 Jesse Hall. This service is available during business hours. No appointment is necessary.
It is recommended that you use Firefox or Chrome on a desktop or laptop with the application software. Please do not use an iPhone or iPad with the application software as iOS 9 is not currently supported.
If you still experience issues with the application system, please contact our technical team through the PeopleSoft Support Site.
If you have technical difficulties while completing a new application, partially completed applications can be found in the My Job Application section of the Careers page. If your issue cannot be resolved by retrieving a partially-submitted application, reach out to the PeopleSoft HR Support desk via email or by calling (800) 488-5288.
Note: The application system is scheduled for regular maintenance each weekend. Your application or the Job Opportunities list may not be available between 6:00 p.m. Saturday and 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, depending on the extent of the system upgrades.
For additional help completing an application or submitting attachments, contact the Office of Human Resources via email anytime, or call (573) 882-7976 during regular business hours.
There is an online password request process and your password will be emailed to you if you request it.
For other questions about your username and password, contact the Division of IT help desk at 573-882-5000 or Helpdesk@missouri.edu.
You may schedule an appointment with a recruiter to discuss your resume and other application materials to be sure your qualifications are clear. Please call the Office of Human Resources (573) 882-7976 during business hours to schedule an appointment.
The MU Career Center also has resources to support you as you write a resume or cover letter, prepare for and attend a job interview and more.
Some on-campus employers use the external application function on HireMizzouTigers (Handshake) to have students apply through eRecruit. To complete an eRecruit application:
- Click the 'Student Application' link
- Create a 'New User' account, even if you are a current employee. You can use your SSO or your personal email information
- Search positions by clicking on "View All Jobs"
- Click on a title to read the job description
- Click the green ‘Apply for Job’ button on the job description to complete an application
The MU Career Center staff will help students prepare for the jobs they would like to pursue. Whether you're choosing a major, perfecting a resume, or researching the type of work you might enjoy.
Staff applications may require the following information. We recommend you collect the information below before applying:
- Information about current and previous jobs
- Company name and address.
- Dates of employment.
- Supervisors’ names.
- Telephone numbers.
- Accurate descriptions of job duties.
- Wage information.
- Information about current or previous schools attended
- Skills and/or certifications.
- Resume and cover letter (optional)
If you have not filled out any required information, a red error message will appear telling you which sections are required. You must complete all required sections before you submit your application, otherwise it will be considered incomplete.
Each job opening has a list of required application materials. Link these materials in the Attachments section of the application. There is no restriction on file type for your attachments, however each file can be no larger than 20MB.
Yes, you may edit your application as needed before it is submitted. If you are not ready to submit, click on the save button. You may access the application at any time through the My Applications page.
Note: Save information each time you complete or alter a section, even if it is the last entry you plan to make. Once you have submitted your application, you will not be able to modify it in regards to the position for which you have applied. Please be sure your information is correct before choosing to submit an application.
The resume attachment can be unique for each job. If want to submit a different cover letter for each job, you can combine your cover letter and resume into a single document and upload it in the resume area, or upload three different cover letters in the Cover Letter and Attachments area.
Remember to name these attachments with the job opening number or job title to direct hiring managers to the intended information. All files stored in the Cover Letter and Attachment section can be viewed by the hiring managers for every job for which you apply.
The university must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Therefore, before you can begin work at the university, you must present documents that prove your employment eligibility.
If you have questions regarding acceptable documentation, please contact the Office of Human Resources.
The Office of Human Resources maintains information regarding the diversity of the individuals who apply for work at the university. The information does not affect your prospects for employment. It is not shared with hiring managers and is treated confidentially.
After submitting your application, a page will appear which asks for self-identification information.
Select the appropriate race and gender, or check the box which reads "I decline to provide my self-identification details." Select either "I agree to these terms" or the "I do not agree to these terms."
A confirmation email will be sent for every application successfully submitted. If you don't receive a confirmation that your application has been received, reach out to the PeopleSoft HR Support desk via email.
You will receive an email confirmation when you apply for a job. You will also receive an email notice after your application is screened, to let you know if your application will be reviewed by the hiring manager or not. You may receive additional email notification from the hiring department as they review applications.
Interviews are scheduled by hiring departments and are determined by several factors. It may be several weeks after the job is posted before interviews are scheduled.
If you are contacted by phone for an interview, be sure to write down the name of the person you will be meeting and the location of your interview. The Office of Human Resources does not have information about when or where interviews are scheduled.
If you are unsure how to get to a specific building on campus, you can refer to the campus map for information.
If you meet our requirements, you will be contacted to complete a series of online skills assessments including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Keyboarding, and Data Entry. After your scores are reviewed, you will be contacted to schedule an interview.
Part time and full time temporary placements are available. If you are interested in benefit eligible employment, please specify as such during your interview so that you can be considered for temp to hire positions.
When there is a request for which you are qualified, you will be contacted with the details of the assignment, which you may then accept or refuse. If you accept, it is imperative to work the assignment for the length of time requested. As with any temporary staffing agency, there is never any guarantee for another assignment.
All new hires, rehires and transfers to new departments are subject to criminal background checks. Eligibility for employment is contingent on the background check results.