Gayla Cannon - College of Engineering & Technology Career Counselor

Career development is a lifelong process, so in addition to the help we provide while you’re a student, we’ll continue to assist you after you graduate. For now, here are ways we can help: 

  • We provide insights about you through our quick assessment tool
  • We can make you aware of career options
  • We help you prepare for your chosen career
  • We help you take action to land your first career position 

Utah Valley University seeks to create a work environment and organizational culture that reflects a diverse society and a climate for the success of every employee by appreciating the uniqueness that each one brings to the workplace.

UVU Jobs handles the following positions on campus:  Faculty, Executive, Staff, Adjunct and Student positions.

Handshake is is an online system listing all off-campus job offers made available to students by the Career Development Center Employment Partners.  Any employer seeking to hire our students for any type of position, for pay or volunteer, can post here on Handshake.