The University of Toronto Career Centre is a founding member of the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) and follows the CACEE 'Standards of Practice'.
CACEE is a national, non-profit association dedicated to facilitating the process of introducing students to employment opportunities. As a partnership of employer recruiters and career educators, its mission is to provide authoritative information, advice, and services to employers, students, and career centre personnel in the areas of career planning and student recruitment. For more information, visit the CACEE website.
Job Postings and Events
All positions listed with the Career Centre must include the name
of the organization and a contact name. The Career Centre will not post positions for organizations that request money in the form of application fees, donations or investments, as part of the job application process.
In all cases, the Career Centre reserves the right to determine which organizations are invited to attend career events and sessions.
Third-party recruiters are defined as agencies, organizations, or individuals recruiting candidates for temporary, part-time, or full-time employment on behalf of others and not for their own needs.
We are committed to supporting students and recent graduates in making informed decisions about their careers and work opportunities. To this end, third-party recruiters may post work opportunities, if the full name of their client is indicated on the job posting. The Career Centre reserves the right to determine if third-party recruiters, who are either hiring for positions within their own organization or on behalf of another organization, are invited to host information sessions on campus and participate at Career Centre events.
NOTE: Employers who hire on behalf of privately owned schools, for teaching positions abroad, are considered third-party recruiters. As such, the name of the educational institution(s) must be included in the job posting.
Employers offering entrepreneurial opportunities are eligible to post their positions on the Career Centre website. Organizations that engage in one or more of the following practices are considered to offer entrepreneurial opportunities:
All the initial investments, such as licensing, administration or similar fees, requested from applicants, must be indicated in the job posting. The Career Centre reserves the right to request a copy of the employment contract to keep on file for students to read.
At career fairs, booth space for employers offering entrepreneurial opportunities may be limited, and granted on a first come first served basis. The Career Centre reserves the right to determine if entrepreneurial organizations are invited to host information sessions and participate in career fairs.
The University of Toronto Career Centre values your privacy and will exercise due
diligence to protect your personal information. We will only ask for information
that we need. In addition to the registration information we require, occasionally,
we ask your opinions through surveys or focus groups. This helps us have a clear
idea who you are and what you need so that we can provide you with tailored services.
We will not share or publicize your personal information, unless we receive your permission. We encourage you to regularly update your information on our website so that your access to Career Centre services will be uninterrupted.
Information collected by our website
When you visit Career Centre Online, our website collects basic information about
your computer, including the IP address (your computer’s unique signature), operating
system, browser software and requesting URL. We also collect information about what
users view on our website.
When you provide information to any public or private area of Career Centre Employers Online, we may build lists, collate that information, or extract usernames and passwords to provide you with the services you need. We will not sell, rent, release or give away this information to third party vendors for marketing purposes or for commercial gain.
We are bound by the University of Toronto's Policy on Confidentiality to protect the privacy of client information and to use it only to deliver service and not for commercial gain. We secure your information under SSL encryption (Secure Socket Layer).
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