Hire a Triton

Post a job or internship

Employers with available jobs and/or internships can post them in TritonTrack after signing up for a free account.

Positions in Our Weekly Newsletter

Every Friday we email out a “Jobs Blast” to all of our students, staff, and alumni. We will consider highlighting the position(s) you’ve posted with us on Triton Track!

Employers & Recruiters

Share internship/externship, full-time and part-time positions with us on Triton Track. You will be able to view student profiles, accept applications, and connect with them. Career Services staff will also share your posting when interacting with students.

We’ve tried to make posting a position as easy and seamless as possible.

Posting positions for Eckerd student is free, and easy.

  1. Register or Login
    • Visit Triton Track for Employers. After completing some basic company information, you will be directed to the home page.
    • You will only need to register once. After that, share as many positions as you would like.
  2. Employer Profile
    • Posting an employer profile helps our students and alumni learn about your organization. Select the “Employer Profile” tab at the top of your Triton Track home page.
    • Having a complete and up-to-date profile helps us learn about your company and identify how to best reach you.
  3. Post a Position
    • Select “Job Postings” from the “Jobs” tab at the top of your Triton Track home page.
    • When posting a job, please be as thorough as possible and select how you would like to receive resumes: online or e-mail.
    • Please note: If you are posting internship positions, please review the NACE “Position Statement: U.S. Internships”. The paper defines “internships” and criteria for compensation.
  4. View Job Postings
    • Sort through your current job postings.
    • To access, click on the “Jobs” tab at the top of the page, or you may simply click the “View Job Postings” link on the right side of the homepage.
  5. View & Contact Applicants
    • You can view the applicants by specific position that you have posted. If you are looking for a specific student, you can view students that have applied by first and last name, position they applied for, documents attached, and the date the application was submitted.
    • You can also communicate with applicants that have been indicated via email by clicking the “Mail to Checked” button.

Alumni

Ready to pay it forward? Your professional experience and resources could be the key to success for future generations of alumni. Here’s what you can do to give back to current students:

  1. Register as an employer on Triton Track, if you are a hiring manager.
  2. Encourage the hiring managers at your organization to register with us.
  3. Post internships and job opportunities in Triton Track.
  4. Join the Eckerd College Networking and Career Development group on LinkedIn.
  5. Want to participate in a workshop or panel on campus? Contact us at careerservices@eckerd.edu.
  6. Create opportunities at your organization for Eckerd students: Internships, job shadowing, informational interviewing

Parents

Parents are often employers themselves. They also understand the potential of Eckerd students. To that end you can:

  1. Register as an employer on Triton Track, if you are a hiring manager.
  2. Encourage the hiring managers at your organization to register with us.
  3. Share internships and job referrals by emailing: careerservices@eckerd.edu.
  4. Let us know that you would like to participate at a workshop or panel on campus by emailing: careerservices@eckerd.edu.
  5. Create opportunities at your organization for Eckerd students:  Internships, job shadowing, informational interviewing

Common reasons why a position posting might be declined:

  • The employer is a for-profit institution, but the position is unpaid
  • The employer is advertising a commission-only position
  • The position is outside what would be considered professional or pre-professional
  • The employer is advertising a remote internship with no on-site supervision
  • The position description is too vague
  • There is an application fee or a student could be charged for an experience
  • The employer is advertising an in-home business, such as babysitting
  • There are concerns about the legitimacy of the position or organization