Whether you're recruiting for a Fortune 500 company, a start-up, or an organization in another country, our office takes a customized approach to helping you recruit talent from Katz. Companies are unique and your recruitment strategy should reflect your company's culture and values. The Katz Career Management Center provides a flexible approach to recruiting our students, which enables you to customize how your brand is built on our campus.
Our goal is to make hiring at Katz simple, efficient, and effective. We help match high-impact students who have the skills, experience and personality to fulfill your organization's strategic needs. Creating a strong corporate brand at Katz can be achieved beyond traditional on-site corporate presentations and interviews; referring a targeted résumé packet of potential candidates is at the core of what we do. If you aren't able to travel to Pittsburgh, we'll bring the talent to you!
Top Hiring Companies
AbbVie, Amazon, AstraZeneca, Bayer, BDO, BNY Mellon, Bristol Myers Squibb, Cognizant, Crane Co., Deloitte, Denali, Eaton, EQT, EY, Giant Eagle, Highmark, IBM, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Kennametal, KPMG, Medtronic, Microsoft, Philips, PNC, PPG, PwC, Quest Diagnostics, SAP, SDLC Partners, Uber, UPMC, USAA, Zappos
Talent is the heart of a successful organization. The objective of the Katz Career Management Center is to provide companies with graduates from a cutting-edge business school program who can add value to their organization on day one. Poets & Quants has recognized Katz as a “best-kept secret” among recruiters.
We work with students in the MBA program, as well as students in our Specialized Master's degree programs. Accounting, MS Finance, MS Marketing Science, MS Management Information Systems, MS Supply Chain Management, along with an optional Business Analytics degree add-on.
When you choose to make an offer to a Katz student, the Career Management team requests that you provide the student:
- Full-time Job Offer: Until December 4, 2020, or three weeks from receipt of official offer letter, whichever is longer, to respond to a full-time job offer.
- Internship Offer: Until February 19, 2021, or two weeks from receipt of official offer letter, whichever is longer, to respond to an internship offer.
Engage with Katz Career Management
The Katz Career Management Center tailors our services to fit your organization's needs. Think of us as a full-service staffing firm for MBA and Specialized Master's degree candidate hiring—but without the fees. Our staff is happy to answer any questions and to assist you with all of your needs concerning the University, the Career Management Center, and Katz students.
To learn more about how we can assist you in recruiting top talent, please contact Career Management at 412-328-9581 or email@example.com.
Hiring International Students
International students possess a unique set of skills and experiences that make them an asset to U.S. employers and multinational corporations. These skills and experiences include:
- Multilingual skills, multicultural perspective, awareness and knowledge of global business practices and markets
- Ability to access a worldwide network of peers that can be invaluable to a U.S. employer
- Work experience within a multi-national team environment
- Strong work ethic, high degree of motivation, and ability to perform in today's marketplace
- Familiarity and understanding of American business practices and theories learned through their experiences while enrolled at Katz
International students who are in the U.S. as an F-1 or J-1 student (non-immigrant) are generally eligible to apply for student work authorization upon completion of their academic program/studies, provided that they secure the necessary authorization before beginning employment. Work authorization and procedures can vary according to the student's immigration visa.
Hire Katz Students for Micro-Internships
Interested in having a Katz student or recent graduate help with a short-term business task via a micro-internship? Contact the Katz Career Management Team at firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of the project task and we can promote the opportunity directly to our students and share resumes of qualified students! See below for more information regarding micro-internships.
What are they?
Low-risk, short-term assignments typically for one student that require minimal supervision, are mutually beneficial, and can be easily implemented.
How do we get started?
Setting up a micro-internship is simple! Organizations should develop a detailed project scope that includes the length of the project (typically 2-4 weeks), the tasks associated with the project, and the stipend amount they will pay (average: $200-$500). Micro-internships do not need to be completely new projects- Katz students can also lend their skills to support tasks that are already in progress. Share the opportunity with the Katz Career Management Team (email@example.com) and we will identify potential students for the role and connect them with you.
What are the benefits?
- Solve for multiple critical short-term business needs
- Drive high-value at low-cost
- Identify potential full-time talent without a lengthy recruiting process
- Great experience and resume-building for the students
What are some example projects?
Finance & Accounting: Reconciliation | Debt Covenant Analysis | Contract Summaries
Marketing: Market Research | Content Creation | Social Media Calendars
Operations: Vendor Research | User Manuals | Supplier Management
Human Resources: Candidate Sourcing | Resume Reviews | Job Board Support
Management Information Systems: User Experience Testing | Project Management | System Management