Free Posting on Job Bank
Employers may post a position free of charge to our online job bank powered by Symplicity. You may select whether you want 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls and/or alumni to view your posting. Students and/or alumni can respond by sending the requested application materials to the contact information you provide in the manner you choose.
Symplicity now has two different account options. If you would like to post to the Texas Wesleyan job bank free of charge, you may follow the instructions below.
For New Employers:
- Login to Symplicity and select the [Register] tab.
- Complete the requested information. You will receive an email with your password as soon as your registration has processed and your account set up.
- Follow the directions below to post a position.
For Employer with an Existing Account:
- If you have an account, log in to Symplicity.
- Choose [Jobs] from the toolbar at the top of the screen.
- Click the [Add new] button
- Complete your posting and hit [submit].
Reminder: Your username is your complete email address. If you have forgotten your password or have never received one, select [Forgot My Password] tab and it will be e-mailed to you.
If you wish to post to multiple schools at once, you may register using the [Register and Post a OneStop Job] tab. Please note that there is a fee associated with this option. Pricing information for the OneStop option is available at the Symplicity website. If you do not wish to pay for an account, you can still post with Texas Wesleyan free of charge by registering for an account using the [Register] tab. If you want to post with other schools that use Symplicity as well, you will need to create separate Symplicity accounts with each of them, and post the job with each school.
If you do not wish to create a Symplicity account:
If you do not wish to create a Symplicity account, you may complete the job posting form and return it by email to Courtney Key at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 817-212-4059. We will then post the position for you on Symplicity. However, you will not be able to view your posting unless you have a Symplicity account.
How to Receive Application Materials:
Email: If you select ‘email’ you will receive each applicant’s material via email immediately.
Accumulate Online: selecting this option allows you to log in to Simplicity and view the entire group of applicants and each applicant’s specific application materials at any time. If you choose, you can view materials for the entire group or for specific individuals. When you want to view applications, log in to Symplicity and select ‘Student Resumes” from the ‘jobs” section.
Other: You may provide instructions on other means of applying such as by fax, mail or through your organization’s website.
Please note: Attorneys must be in good standing with the state bar to post on our Online Job Bank.
Notice to Private Sector Employers Posting Unpaid Positions:
Texas Wesleyan School of Law Non-Discrimination Policy:
The Department of Labor has recently issued guidelines for employers in the private sector providing unpaid internships to assist them in determining whether the internships meet Fair Labor Standards Act requirements. You can find more information at http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.htm. The requirements do not apply to government and public interest/service employers hiring volunteer/unpaid interns.
Texas Wesleyan University School of Law is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for all its students and alumni and is committed to a policy against discrimination in employment based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability. The facilities of the Career Services Office may be denied to employers whose conduct contravenes this policy. Employers who use campus facilities or post jobs on the law school website must agree to comply with this non-discrimination policy. Students may file complaints against an employer who asks discriminatory questions in any program or activity sponsored or conducted at the law school.