Stanford GSB job boards are free, quick, and efficient ways for employers to promote opportunities for Stanford MBA students, or those for more experienced managers — our Sloan Fellows and alumni.
Jobs for Current MBA Students
In order to post a job, you will need to set up a “Recruiter” account. Log in to CareerHub and click Sign Up to create a new user account. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your recruiter profile.
Once you have set up your account, you will see the main recruiter page.
- In the center box, you will see Post a Job; click + Post.
- You can apply your profile information by clicking Use My Information in the Primary Job Contact box. Otherwise, you may enter new contact information for the primary job contact.
- Complete the form with all the required information about your job.
- Once the job has been submitted, it is sent to the job board administrator for approval. An email is sent when approved.
Jobs for Experienced Managers
- Log into the Recruiter Dashboard and click Create a New Account located in the 1st Time Users section.
- Once you have established an account, you’ll see the Recruiter Dashboard.
- In the top red navigation bar, select Job Postings.
- Click the green Add button to post a new job. When appropriate, choose “Experiential Project” when you are prompted to select the job type.
Guidelines for Posting
Students and alumni can set profiles and search parameters, so fill out as many fields as possible, and be specific in your job requirements so your posting reaches the right people. Don’t forget to include the title of the person to whom the position reports.
For Executive Search Firms
The name and a brief description of the company for which you are recruiting must be included in the company description field. If the search is highly confidential, a description of the company, including industry and size, is still required. If insufficient company information is provided, we will be unable to approve the posting. When entering your firm’s name, add the descriptor “(search firm)” immediately after. For example Spencer Stuart (search firm).