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Career Development & Employment Information for Employers!


  • Book a consultation with Employer Services to discuss your needs.

  • Subscribe and receive news and updates about career and recruiting events at UNB.

  • Job Bank – Register your company or organization and post a job listing for direct access by our students! By registering your company you will have administrative access to your listings. Listings are only displayed on our job board once approved by our office.  Post full-time, part-time, internships, and volunteer positions on our UNB job bank available exclusively only to UNB students and alumni.

  • Information Sessions – Book an information session on campus to share company information and recruitment opportunities with UNB students.

  • Book Interview Space - The Career Development and Employment Centre will schedule your on-campus interviews to be held at our facility.  Please provide us with a short-list of candidates at least 48 hours prior to the day of interviews.  Reserve a room on campus to conduct interviews with students and alumni.  Send an email to

  • Co-op Opportunities - All co-op placements are handled by coordinators within each faculty.  Information on Co-op programs available can be viewed at  If you are interested in co-op placements, please contact one of the following Co-op Coordinators on the list found here.


Career Fairs – UNB hosts three Career Fairs each year.  The "Fall Career and Educational Options Career Fair" in September, the "Education Career Fair" in January, and the "Summer Jobs and Graduating Students Career Fair" in February.  All three career fairs will be virtual in 2021-2022.

Volunteer Fair – Register to attend the September UNB Volunteer Fair to set up an information booth and share volunteer opportunities with students.   More information to come!



CACEE LOGOEthical Recruiting

CACEE Guidelines for Ethical Recruitment for Employers

This document sets out guidelines for ethical recruitment at post-secondary educational institutions. These guidelines are intended to provide a framework for the professional relationships between employers, students, third-party recruiters, and career educators. The guidelines are based on industry research, have been generally agreed upon by employers and educators, and are advocated by CACEE for national implementation.