OSPREY CAREERLINK USER AGREEMENT
The University of North Florida (“UNF”) Career Services and Coggin Career Management Center utilize “Osprey CareerLINK,” an online career management system, to assist students and alumni (jointly “Users”) in their professional growth by providing them with access to career related opportunities including job and internship postings and professional development and hiring events.
The use of Osprey CareerLINK is a privilege and by utilizing the system, Users agree that they understand and will adhere to the terms of this agreement. Failure to do so may result in the suspension or termination of Osprey CareerLINK privileges.
Job and Internship Postings:
In order to provide Users with the greatest number of potential job and internship opportunities, employers are permitted to independently post positions in the Osprey CareerLINK system. Career Services and the Career Management Center make an effort to screen and remove fraudulent positions and employers from the Osprey CareerLINK system. Regrettably, from time to time fraudulent postings and employers still make it into the Osprey CareerLINK system.
Career Services and the Career Management Center take no responsibility for (a) the truthfulness, accuracy, quality, safety, morality, desirability or legality of employer information, position listings, (b) the ability of employers to offer job opportunities, or (c) the hiring, recruiting or other practices of any employer.
It is the User’s responsibility to use caution and research all companies and positions prior to applying. Users should immediately report and never apply to a suspicious posting. If the position posting or communication with a potential employer contains any of the following “red flags,” it may be fraudulent:
Users of Osprey CareerLINK agree to:
The Osprey CareerLINK software is maintained by CSO Research, a third party vendor with servers off site. All data shall be kept confidential by CSO Research and used solely for the purpose of career management under agreed upon confidentiality terms. Students can utilize privacy settings within the Osprey CareerLINK application to restrict the receipt of emails from employers and/or to prevent employers from viewing their resume.
Users should contact Career Services (620-2955) or the Career Management Center (620-2067) with any questions or concerns regarding Osprey CareerLINK and its usage.