Application Process

The university provides an online job search and application process for regular, non-academic employment as well as for our in-house temporary service, UTemps.

If you are looking for an academic position, visit the Faculty Recruitment website or directly contact a college or academic unit.

Completing your Application

Dependent upon your affiliation with the university you will need to take different steps to apply for jobs.

Current employees and contingent workers MUST apply through the internal job posting site within Workday. Simply type “Find UT Jobs” into the search bar to navigate to the list of open jobs.

If you are a current employee or contingent worker and you apply through the external site, the Hiring Manager/Recruiter will NOT be able to move your application forward. Instead, your application will be canceled and you will be asked to reapply through the internal job posting site.

Former employees, former contingent workers and individuals who have never worked for the university will apply through the external job posting site. Here are the steps to create your candidate profile in Workday.

  1. Apply > Click orange “Apply” button
  2. Enter Email and Password or click Create an Account
  3. Create an Account > Follow prompt for email and password
    • Password must include:
      • alphabetic character
      • lowercase character
      • numeric character
      • special character
      • minimum of 8 characters
  4. Quick Apply > Applicant will start the process of applying by uploading their resume.
    • IMPORTANT: Applicants must upload a resume in order to be considered for employment.
  5. After your resume file has been uploaded, click Next
  6. My Information > This section pre-populates from uploaded resume attachment (verify for accuracy); complete the missing sections.
  7. My Experience > This section pre-populates from uploaded resume attachment (verify for accuracy).
    • IMPORTANT: Scroll to the bottom of the page, this is where you will find a second Upload section.
    • Always refer to the job posting to determine if additional materials are required in order to qualify. It is common for university departments to require a Letter of Interest in addition to a Resume and 3 References.
    • There are two ways to complete this. Either multi-select the files to be attached at the first upload, or continue to click the Upload button after each file is uploaded.
    • Applicants will not be able to upload additional files after their application is submitted.
  8. Application Questions > All application questions must be answered in order to proceed
  9. Review > Verify application information prior to submitting
  10. Congratulations >Applicant will get a message when successfully completed, click OK
  11. Update Personal Information > Applicant receives prompt to enter date of birth.
    • Note: Recruiters do not see this information. It is only used for applicant record management.
    • Once date of birth is submitted, confirmation message appears, click OK

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accommodation

If you are a qualified applicant with a disability and need an ADA accommodation to complete the application process, please visit the Center for Access and Restorative Engagement’s Applicants with Disabilities webpage to learn more about the request process and to complete and submit the Applicant Reasonable Accommodation Request form.

To be considered for a specific job vacancy, you must:

  • Meet all of the required qualifications for the position
  • Be able to perform all of the functions, with or without reasonable accommodation, and
  • Be willing and able to work under the conditions described

For more information about requesting reasonable accommodation for a specific position, you may contact the Human Resource Service Center at 512-471-4772 or toll-free at 1-800-687-4178 or you may contact the Center for Access and Restorative Engagement at 512-471-1849.