Questions

Search for Career Opportunities
How can I search for postings at the Miller School of Medicine?
How can I find a position within my field?
How can I find part-time positions?
What if I cannot find a position of my interest?
What is a Job Agent and how can I create one?
I was recently laid off. How can I find another job at the University?

Apply for a Job
How can I apply for a position at the University of Miami?
How long does the application process take?
Can I fax or email my resume?
Where can I go drop off my resume?
How can I upload my resume?
How do I paste my resume?
I am not a US Citizen; can I apply for open positions?
I work for the University and am interested in knowing what opportunities there are for transfer and promotion. How can I obtain this information?
If I am already a temporary employee on an assignment, how do I apply for a regular position?
How do I apply for a temporary pool position?
How do I apply for an Administrative/Professional position?
Can I include a cover letter in my application?
Can I edit my application after submitting it?
Can I apply for more than one position at one time?
How can I find the closing date for a position?
How can I find the salary for a position?
What does the “Pay Grade” displayed in the posting mean?
What is Pay Grade 50?
How can I contact a recruiter?
How can I contact the hiring manager?
Can I withdraw my application?
How long do I have to be in a position before being able to transfer to a new one?

Technical Support
How can I retrieve my password?
How can I change my email address?
Who can I contact if I encounter technical difficulties while applying for a position?

Check Status of an Application
How can I check if my application was received?
How can I check the current status of my application?
How long does it take for the hiring department to make a decision?
Will I receive notification if the position is filled?
Why wasn't I hired or interviewed?
How do I know if I have been selected for a position?

You can either go to the Career Opportunities website and select “School of Medicine/UMH” in the Campus field, or go to the Miller School of Medicine career website at https://careers.med.miami.edu.

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In the Career Opportunities website you can utilize the Job Category or Department fields as search criteria to narrow your search for a position of interest. You can further narrow your search by adding a keyword in the Keyword field. A search will be conducted throughout the entire job posting descriptions in the careers website.

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In the Career Opportunities website you can place the words “part time” or “part-time” in the Keyword field and click on the Search Jobs button to get your results.

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You can set up a “job agent” and a profile will be entered into our database. When a position meeting your selected profile is posted you will receive an email notification telling you about it and requesting you to apply online if you are still interested.

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A Job Agent will enable you to receive emails when new positions are posted. In order to set up a Job Agent, visit the Career Opportunities website at www.miami.edu/careers and after conducting a search, the Job Agent is at the bottom of the page. You can enter your personal preferences, contact information and how to get notified.

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The Human Resources offices make every effort to assist laid-off employees in finding another job at the University. However, employees on layoff status must follow the established recruitment process that is offered to all job applicants. Search for career opportunities at www.miami.edu/careers.

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Please click here for information and instructions on applying for a position at UM.

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After gathering necessary information for the application, it should take 20-25 minutes to complete the application.

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No. You must submit your resume online via the application process.

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You cannot drop off a resume. You must submit your resume online via the application process.

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You may not “upload” a resume, instead you may copy and paste your resume in the field provided.

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Just highlight the area you wish to paste on your resume document, then right click your mouse. A window will pop up. Select the “copy” option. Go back to the online application. Right click your mouse again and select the “paste” option. Make sure you are in the resume area on the online application when you are pasting information.

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Yes, you are eligible and may apply. However, under U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services regulations, you must be able to provide documentation of identity and eligibility to work in the U.S. by the first day employment begins.

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You may be considered for a transfer or promotion to any open position at the University for which you meet the posted qualifications. Apply online at www.miami.edu/careers. For further information about applying online, please click here.

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You must apply online at www.miami.edu/careers. For further information about applying online, please click here.

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You must apply online at www.miami.edu/careers. For further information about applying online, please click here.

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You must apply online at www.miami.edu/careers. For further information about applying online, please click here.

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Yes, you can copy and paste your cover letter in the field provided.

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No, after your application has been submitted you cannot edit. You may edit any future applications by visiting the Careers website at www.miami.edu/careers and clicking on “Edit Your Application Online” located at the bottom right hand side.

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Yes, you may apply for multiple positions. When conducting your job searches you may add each position of interest by clicking “Add to Job Cart.” When you have completed your search you then click on “Apply Online.”

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We do not have closing dates. We close positions once we find a suitable candidate.

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Actual salaries are not posted but rather pay band minimum and maximum are displayed. Salaries should fall within established salary band minimums and salary band maximums. The department will address the compensation for the position during the interview and offer process.

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The University uses pay band (or grade) salary structure to establish appropriate pay-range limits for jobs of similar nature (e.g., responsibilities, skills, complexity, etc.) You may visit the Compensation Website for specific ranges.

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Pay band (grade) 50 is associated with faculty members and do not have minimums nor maximums.

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Contact an employment recruiter at the Coral Gables campus at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or contact an employment recruiter at the Miller School of Medicine at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Unfortunately, we do not give out the contact information of the hiring managers. They will contact you directly if you are selected for an interview.

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You may withdraw your application at any time. Send your withdrawal message to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Employee must have been with the University and in the current position for a minimum of 6 months before transferring into a new position.

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You may send your request to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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You may send your request to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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You may call 305-284-3798 for the Human Resources at the Coral Gables campus or 305-243-6482 for the Human Resources at the Medical campus.

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You may send your request to either .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for positions at the Coral Gables or Marine campuses or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for positions at the Medical campus.

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You may send your request to either .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for positions at the Coral Gables or Marine campuses or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for positions at the Medical campus.

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The search process varies for each position due to the high volume of applicants. If a job is listed on our employment website, it is still open. Please feel free to contact us at either .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for positions at the Coral Gables or Marine campuses or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for positions at the Medical campus.

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Upon the hiring decision being made you will receive an email notification.

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Competition is very high for each position within the University. Please note that given the tremendous competition, it is not unusual for more than 200 people to apply for any one job. Also note that, in general, 5-10 applicants will be selected for interviews by departments for a given position.

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The hiring department or an HR recruiter will contact you if you are selected for a position.

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All offers of employment with the University of Miami will depend on the following:
  • Acceptable verification of previous employment references.
  • Acceptable results of criminal background searches.
  • Acceptable results of drug screening for illegal substances.
  • Acceptable verification of educational achievement.
  • Acceptable verification of all information presented by prospective employees, whether made verbally, in writing on resumes/application forms, via e-mail or any other documents presented to the University concerning employment matters.
  • The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, a Smoke/Drug Free Work Place, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, disability, veteran status, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation. We encourage applications from females, veterans, disabled and minority group applicants.