About one week after registering for classes, IUPUI students can access JagJobs using their IUPUI CAS username and passphrase. This platform hosts many on-campus, work-study, and off-campus positions available to IUPUI students.
How to Use JagJobs
If It Seems Flawed, It Could Be Fraud
- Consider the confidentiality of information requested.
- Is the employer asking for financial information, such as a bank account or credit card number?
- Research the company.
- Is the provided website a legitimate employer?
- Does the contact appear on the company web page?
- Can you find the company by searching the internet for the provided email, phone number, and website?
- Examine the email.
- Is it coming from a business or company domain?
- Is it misspelled or not exactly the company name?
- Is the reply address the same as the from address?
- Are there several grammatical, spelling, punctuation, or other errors?
- Check out the below example of a fraudulent email:
- Never send personal information to employers via email.
- You should not be asked to send personal information, such as a bank account, Social Security number, or similar info. If an employer needs this, ask to provide it in person.
- Do not accept or provide money prior to starting work.
- You should not receive a check or compensation before you begin your work.
- You should not be asked to transfer funds or wire money for a company.
- Question if you receive an offer before you interview.
- You should not get a job offer prior to doing more than just submitting a resume to a company.
- Know which companies to which you have applied.
- You should not respond to a job offer or request for information from a company that is not in your list of submitted applications.
Do not respond to anything you suspect to be fraudulent. Instead, review and follow the previously listed steps for identifying fraudulent job emails and postings. If you identify the communication as fraud, follow the steps in the section below about reporting.
- If you are unsure whether or not a job posting or email is fraud, reach out to the Office of Student Employment at email@example.com or (317) 274-4856. We can provide guidance and help so you do not put yourself at risk.
- If you already disclosed information, be sure to contact your bank and credit card companies to make them aware of potential fraudulent charges. In addition, you can file a complaint with the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center at https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx.
Email Phishing Information: https://phishing.iu.edu/index.html
Fair Trade Commission Resources: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0243-job-scams
Fraudulent Check Information: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0159-fake-checks
Fraudulent Job Examples: https://www.thebalancecareers.com/list-of-fake-job-scam-examples-2062168
Spotting Fraudulent Employer Tips: http://www.naceweb.org/career-development/organizational-structure/fraudulent-employers-tips-for-career-centers-and-students/
Check out some of our current positions!Interested in working? Check out the part-time positions available right now. Clicking on any of the hyperlinked text will take you directly to JagJobs to CAS login to your account.
Frequently Asked Job Search Questions
Yes! You can search for and apply to jobs within JagJobs. Unless the position states that it requires work-study, you can submit your materials.
Experience can include more than just past employment. When creating your resume, you can include any experience through which you have gained or used particular skills. Consider internships, leadership roles, volunteer work, and more. If you want to discuss this further, come see us!
There are a few steps you can take:
- Consider reaching out to the employer to see if the position has been filled.
- Continue reviewing jobs on JagJobs and submitting additional applications.
- Come meet with us to discuss your application materials and consider specific part-time job search strategies.
You can use JagJobs to:
- View and apply for on-campus and community work experiences
- Upload resumes, cover letters, unofficial transcripts, and other application materials
- Set up job alerts to stay up-to-date on new work opportunities
- View the employer directory to research potential employers
- Submit work-study authorization forms when offered an eligible position
Before submitting an application for any position, you will be asked to upload a resume. Some positions might also ask for a cover letter. If you need help preparing either of these documents, we are here to help!
You will have an account created for you about one week after you register for classes. After that, you will be able to log in using your IUPUI CAS username and passphrase.
Documentation Needed Before You Can Work
All incoming students intending to work on or off-campus need to bring their acceptable Form I-9 documents with them.
The documents must be unexpired, originals. This means that photo copies and/or scans are not acceptable documents. Students not bringing these required documents cannot fill out an I-9 and will not be allowed to work until they can present the required documents.
Click here to see the list of acceptable documents.