Employ a K-State student or graduate for a full-time position, internship or co-op program
The GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science maintains a master schedule for companies interested in interviewing students/graduates of the architectural engineering and construction science and management programs. If you are interested in advertising for candidates and/or scheduling a recruiting visit within the department, you may do so by contacting Ray Buyle or Ray Yunk. Ray Buyle is the industry liaison for the construction science and management program and Ray Yunk is the industry liaison for the architectural engineering program.
You may recruit candidates by any of the following methods:
Send a position announcement and/or job description to the department. It will be posted on the department job board outside our main office, 2049 Seaton Hall, for viewing by architectural engineering and construction science students.
Call the department to schedule an interview time early in the semester. Your announcement and interview schedule will be posted on the department job board for students to see. Students will pick a time they are available to interview. Company representatives arrive when scheduled within the department, and, if desired, may be assigned a room from which they can conduct a company presentation the evening before their scheduled interviews. This method of recruiting has been the most productive for companies seeking students and graduates of architectural engineering and construction science. It allows the company to develop a stronger relationship with the department through employment opportunities, scholarships and faculty fellowships.
Contact the K-State Career Center. As an employer, you can post online job listings, ask for candidates' resumes or schedule an on-campus interview to be conducted at the Career Center in the Berney Family Welcome Center. The department works in cooperation with the Career Center to provide employment opportunities for students and graduates. All students and graduates are encouraged to register with the Career Center to gain maximum exposure to opportunities and to allow potential employers access to their resume.