If you have ever pictured yourself working at BYU’s Office of IT, then you should watch this video!
We want to help you work at the best place ever, so we are collecting resumes. We are receiving resumes and cover letters from many individuals who are looking to work here in OIT. When we get a new resume, we pass it on to the hiring managers. We also keep a copy on file for about 6 months, so future hiring managers can see the resumes as well. If you are a good fit, we will contact you and let you know that a job is open so that you can apply. So use the “Contact Us” link to send in your resume!
BYU students walk past the Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC) on the first day of school.
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After submitting an application for an open position, many candidates are concerned if they do not hear back within a couple days. To assuage any fears or concerns that you may have, know that the hiring manager could take up to two weeks after the posting has closed to notify applicants of their status. While you are waiting for news, we encourage you to check out our benefits. Take some time to read about our culture. It won’t be long before you hear back from us.