Recruiter and Employer Services

General Job Recruiting

Employers may post non-career job announcements for part-time, full-time and temporary positions. These positions are posted at all campuses and online using CareerConnections, and are open to all PCC students and graduates. Employers may request specific skills or qualifications. How to post a job or internship.

Career-related Job Recruiting

Employers seeking graduates or advanced students from specific career areas and programs may post a job or contact a program specialist for applicant referrals and more information on this process. Positions may be full-time, part-time or temporary. Employers may request specific skills or qualifications.

On-Campus Recruiting

Employers may visit campuses for general recruitments or coordinate special recruitments targeting students from specific career areas and programs. To schedule recruiting, contact:

Career Fairs

Each campus offers career fairs throughout the year. The Cascade Job and Career Information Fair is the single largest employment event in the PCC district.

Equal Opportunity Requirements

Organizations recruiting through PCC certify that they are equal opportunity employers, offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or age, and provide equal opportunity to handicapped individuals, disabled veterans and veterans of the Vietnam era.

Please note that all jobs posted at PCC must be bona fide employment opportunities paying at least minimum wage. Unpaid internships must adhere to federal and state standards. Other business ventures, including opportunities which require an initial investment are excluded from posting. This policy extends to job boards and books, the Web-based system (PCC CareerConnections) and on-campus recruiting activities, including but not limited to job fairs.

Confidentiality of Student Information

In addition, by making their resumes available to the CareerConnections Web Resume Book, candidates have voluntarily released confidential information about their backgrounds on the condition that this information be released for employment purposes only. The Family Rights and Privacy Act prohibits the re-disclosure of this information to parties outside your organization without additional consent from each candidate.