Post a Job
Employers may post positions for Pitt Law students or graduates online through Symplicity, a comprehensive online job posting and web-based recruiting system. Symplicity will enable law students and alumni to access your job posting through the law school's password protected website.
In addition, if you choose, students and/or graduates may apply to your job posting through Symplicity, and you may view their applications online. Employers may also choose other ways to accept applications, such as e-mail or U.S. mail, or by fax. Additionally, the Career Services Office can collect resumes for you or you may post the job as a blind posting. As always, there will be no charge for posting a listing.*
First time users must register for service in order to gain access and post to Symplicity. To register, go to Symplicity and complete the information under the tab labeled "Register."
Upon registration approval, you will be e-mailed a password and job posting instructions. The email address from which the message is sent is email@example.com. Please do not delete this message or any other messages sent from this account. Once signed in, you are encouraged to change your password. Please note that, once changed, the Career Services Office can not retrieve forgotten passwords. All employers must have an e-mail account to receive online access to Symplicity.
If you are a returning employer and have not yet received your Symplicity password, please contact the Career Services Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to request this information.
If you are currently registered and would like to post a position:
- Log on to Symplicity with your e-mail address and password and input your job posting information.
- Forgot your password? Access a password using the "Forgot my password" tab.
Employers may also send an e-mail of the job opportunity to email@example.com or send it via fax to (412) 624-4843.
*Please note: the ABA Suggestions Related to Part-Time Employment of Law Students limit a full-time student's employment during the school semester to 20 hours per week. Failure to comply with these provisions may jeopardize the student's credit for law school courses or right to sit for the bar and the employer's right to use placement services at the student's law school. (NALP Principles & Standards, Part IV.B.; ABA Suggestions Related to Part-Time Legal Employment of Law Students (approved December 5, 1987, by the Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar)).