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Training information and materials for WVU's job application system, WVU Hire.
Hiring managers are responsible for creating a requisition for the position they are interested in filling. This article will provide a brief overview of the steps required to create and save the requisition.
There is a variety of information you need to know before using the WVUHire system. Find in-depth directions for each step of the process below.
There are certain aspects of the hiring process that are unique for Mountaineer Temps. Before hiring a Temp, please review the information below.
When reviewing candidates or preparing for interviews, some recruiters and hiring managers prefer to have printouts of the candidates’ applications.
You will need to fill out a request form to get access or advanced permission in WVUHire. Please follow the steps below to properly fill out the form.
These are instructions for internal and external applicants to log in to the WVUHire system.
Anyone interested in applying for faculty, staff or temporary positions at West Virginia University can do so through WVUHire
Anyone interested in applying for a job with West Virginia University can create a general profile to simplify applying for positions. Your profile will store your employment and personal information so you do not have to fill out each job application individually.
Set up job notifications and preferences in your WVUHire profile.
Your profile and job submissions can have files associated with them. This article will explain how to attach, delete, and select files for job submissions.
View and edit your job submissions on the My Jobpage tab on WVUHire.
Directions to regain access to your WVUHire profile, or have forgotten your password.
If you are applying for a staff position, you will need this information to help you determine whether you are an internal or external applicant in the WVUHire system.
Have a question about a term you’ve seen in WVUHire? Start with the WVUHire Terms FAQ below.