Careers at S&T

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For step-by-step instructions and tips, see our full application process.

Q: What should I do when I'm having technical difficulties with the application?

A: Please contact the Missouri S&T IT Help Desk at 573-341-4357 or call the HR Support desk.

Q: What if I make a mistake on my application and need to update it?

A: We encourage you to preview the application before you submit it. That will reduce the chances of submitting an application with incomplete information or typographical errors. If the posting is still active, you can withdraw your application in "My Job Applications" and resubmit your application with the correct information. With defined posted periods, you may not have time to correct errors and resubmit before the application deadline.

Q: How can I submit a different cover letter to each position that I am applying for?

A: The resume attachment can be unique for each job. If want to submit a different cover letter for each job, you can combine your cover letter and resume into a single document and upload it in the resume area. Or you can upload three different cover letters in the Cover Letter and Attachments area. Remember to name these attachments with the job opening number or job title. This will help direct hiring managers to the intended information. All files stored in the Cover Letter and Attachment section can be viewed by the hiring managers for every job for which you apply.

Q: Why do the applications include a question about eligibility to work in the United States?

A: The university must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Therefore, before you can begin work at the university you must present documents that prove your employment eligibility. If you have questions regarding acceptable documentation, please contact Human Resource Services.

Q: What is voluntary self-identification, and why am I asked to complete the information?

A: The human resources department maintains information regarding the diversity of the individuals who apply for work at the university. The information does not affect your prospects for employment. It is not shared with hiring managers and is treated confidentially.

Q: What if I need special assistance?

A: If you have special needs as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, notify human resources at the address listed on the web site, or call 573-341-4241during business hours. TTY users, call 1-800-735-2966.

Q: What if I forget my password?

A: There is an online password request process. Your password will be emailed to you if you request it. For other questions about your user name and password, contact the IT Helpdesk at 573-341-HELP (4357).

Q: How long will it take for my application to be processed?

A: In most cases applications are sent to the hiring department within two (2) business days of submission.

Q: When will I find out whether I get an interview?

A: Interviews are scheduled by hiring departments and are determined by several factors. It may be several weeks after the job is posted before interviews are scheduled.

Q: I have an interview, where do I go?

A: If you are contacted by phone for an interview, be sure to write down the name of the person you will be meeting and the location of your interview. Human Resource Services does not have information about when or where interviews are scheduled. If you are unsure how to get to a specific building on campus, you can refer to the campus map at for information.

If you are having difficulty with the online application process, please call for technical assistance.

If you are unable to pull up the job page, try switching to an alternative web browser. Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome are the recommended browsers.

TTY users should call through Relay Missouri at 1-800-RELAY MO (1-800-735-2966).

You may also send us an email at or call 573-341-4241.

Per university policy HR 504 any offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a Criminal Background Check (CBC).  Based on the results of the CBC, an offer may be rescinded. You may not begin employment with the university until human resources receives an acceptable CBC.

Please note, all custodian, groundskeeper, and MTS electrician offers are also contingent upon the successful completion of the post offer employment test (POET).

For more information on H-1B Visas and permanent residence, please visit our Work Authorizations page.

Missouri S&T provides leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to eligible employees.

Equal opportunity shall be provided for all employees and applicants for employment on the basis of their demonstrated ability and competence without discrimination on the basis of their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, and status as Vietnam era veteran.

‌‌Missouri S&T uses E-Verify® to verify the employment eligibility of newly hired employees.


H1-B Labor Condition Attestations (LCA)

  • Notice of Intent to File Labor Certifications


  • Notice of Filing Permanent Alien Labor Certification