Applicant Resources

Information for navigating the applicant and new-hire processes.

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Applicant Resources

Your applicant toolbox.

How to Apply

Learn how to make the most of our applicant system. Find and apply to your future career today.

Current Employees (PDF)      Future Employees (PDF)

What to Expect After Applying

Curious about what happens after you apply? Here’s what you can expect from the moment you apply to accepting your offer.

Review the process (PDF)

Prospective Researchers

UArizona has numerous world-class research groups working at the cutting edges of technology and knowledge. Here are the resources to develop, fund, and finish research projects.

More About Research

Prospective Faculty

Here is advice on negotiation and a checklist of potential items to discuss during the hiring process. We want you to request what you need and to feel good about what we offer.

See What We Offer Faculty

Disability Resources

Learn about our inclusive workplace practices and how you can request reasonable accommodations. We can also consult with you to facilitate better access.

Learn More

Relocation Information

UArizona contracts with Above & Beyond Relocation Services (ABRS) to provide free relocation support services. If you are relocating to the Tucson or Phoenix area, ask your department contact to be introduced to ABRS prior to your visit.

View Relocation Services

What else do you need? Let us know at talent@email.arizona.edu.

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FAQs for UACareers users

Effective January 27, 2020, the University of Arizona has moved to a new applicant portal, which replaced UACareers. Here is some helpful information for former UACareers users.

No, if you have already applied to a posting in UACareers, you do not need to reapply in the new system.

Check the status of your applications in UACareers by logging in and selecting “My Applications.” The status appears to the right of the job title. Hiring departments will update the status of all UACareers applications by February 21, 2020.

Yes, you will have to create a new account/applicant profile in the new system by setting up a username and password. You may be able to use your UACareers username and password if they meet the new system username and password requirements.

If you do not want to create a new account, you also have the option to log in and apply as a guest applicant.

Your applicant profile in uacareers.com will no longer be available beginning February 24, 2020. After this date, your information, including saved applications and documents, will be deleted. If you need to retrieve your documents, please log in and do so now.

FAQs for Applicants

If you have trouble accessing these drop-down answers, please contact us at talent@email.arizona.edu.

Current UArizona Employees: All employees automatically have a profile created within the University of Arizona’s internal applicant portal. Access this internal applicant portal here, log in with your NetID, then click on the “Career Center” tile.

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here and click the “Create Profile” tab located on the top right-hand corner.

Current UArizona Employees: All employees automatically have a profile created within the University of Arizona’s internal applicant portal. This is based on your current official employee contact information. You may edit any contact information with the exception of your first name, last name, and email address.

Access this internal applicant portal here, log in with your NetID, click on the “Career Center” tile, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. Once you have made your updates, the system will automatically transfer the information to your applications.

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here, log in, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. Once you have made your updates, the system will automatically transfer the information to your applications.

Current UArizona Employees: Employees access the internal applicant portal via their NetID. If you are having trouble with your NetID, please contact 24/7 IT Support at (520) 626-TECH (8324).

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here and attempt to sign in. Under the profile sign-in page, click the link for “Forgot password or need to create a password” and follow the system prompts.

For compliance purposes, the system does not allow applicants to edit their original documents submitted with the application. If you are invited to interview, you may bring an updated paper copy.

Current UArizona Employees: Access this internal applicant portal here, log in with your NetID, click on the “Career Center” tile, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. There you can see a list of all your applications and their statuses.

Future UArizona Employees: Access the University of Arizona’s external applicant portal here, log in, then navigate to the “My Profile” tab on the top right-hand corner. There you can see a list of all your applications and their statuses.

References and their contact information will be requested in the later stages of the recruitment process. The hiring committee will reach out to you via email and/or phone to request this information.

All positions are open until filled unless designated as otherwise. You may submit an application at any time for all open positions. All UArizona positions are open for a minimum of seven calendar days and never close on a weekend or UArizona designated holiday.  

All positions posted on our applicant portals are open and accepting applications.

All postings include a department contact name, email address, and/or phone number. This contact information is listed within the Position Details section of each individual posting.

The listed contact typically works in the hiring department and can answer any questions pertaining to the position details.

If a posting is cancelled, it means the department has elected to not make a hire. The department may choose to post the position at a later date and you may apply again at that time.

If a position no longer appears in your job search, then it has been closed, canceled, or filled by the department.

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