The Career Planning Office provides employers with a job posting service free of charge. Employers may list summer, part-time, school-year, per diem, entry level or lateral positions in Symplicity, our online job posting system for students and alumni.

If you already registered with us, click here to post a job (after you login, click "Post a Job").

If you have not registered with us, click here to register and post a job.

Job Posting Policy

Rutgers Law-Camden is committed to a policy of providing its students and graduates with equal opportunity to obtain employment without discrimination or segregation on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital or veteran's status, handicap or disability or sexual orientation. Rutgers Law-Camden requires all employers using the services and facilities of the Career Planning & Professional Development Office (CPPDO) to comply with this policy; with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations; and with pertinent standards of the American Bar Association and the Association of American Law Schools. Pursuant to the Solomon Amendments an exception to this policy is granted to the United States military. Please note that some United States military employment practices are inconsistent with the non-discrimination policies of Rutgers University and Rutgers Law-Camden.

Rutgers Law-Camden CPPDO reserves the right at its sole discretion to screen and refuse to post positions.  Job postings encouraging the unauthorized practice of law will not be accepted. Law students may perform legal work only under the supervision of an attorney licensed in the relevant jurisdiction.  A law student who undertakes legal representation without supervision of a licensed attorney may be subject to criminal or civil penalties for the unauthorized practice of law.

Rutgers Law-Camden CPPDO reserves the right at its sole discretion not to post positions from employers who have been the subject of serious or repeated complaints from students or alumni (e.g. but not limited to, abusive or inappropriate behavior, failure to pay or pay promptly, job listings advertising unfair or inappropriate wages). The institution also reserves the right at its sole discretion to not post any position announcement, or to remove any posting, that we otherwise feel is inappropriate for our students or alumni, including but not limited to job listings advertising unfair or inappropriate wages.

U.S. Department of Labor Rules for Educational Internships

Employers posting positions for unpaid internships must familiarize themselves with the US Department of Labor Rules for Unpaid Internships.  All jobs posted with the Office of Career Planning must comply with DOL rules on educational internships.