Career Development Office
4604 Calhoun Road Room 8
Houston, Texas 77204-6054
To submit your first job posting through Symplicity:
Employers who have participated in OCI or who have previously used the UHLC Symplicity Site:
If your organization has previously posted a position or has participated in our on-campus interviewing program, you have an existing profile on our system. Follow steps 4-8 above for posting a job.
If you do not have record of a password, contact the Career Development Office for assistance.
Job postings will be maintained for thirty days. Should you close the position prior to that time, or wish to extend the position beyond the allotted time, or want to make any changes in the listing, please email the Career Development Office or call 713-743-2090.
Please let us know if you hire a UH Law student/graduate. We always like hearing about our students and alumni.
Other services available to employers through the Office include on-campus interviewing, job fairs, and a mentoring program. To obtain more information about any of these programs or our Job Bank, please call us at 713- 743-2090 or send an e-mail to the Career Development Office.
Thank you for your interest in our students and graduates.
The University of Houston Law Center is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for all its students and alumni, and is committed to a policy against discrimination in employment based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability. The facilities and/or services of the Career Development Office may be denied to employers whose behavior contravenes the Law Center’s policy based on the above-listed factors.
This office requires all employers who use its placement services to affirm the following statement to confirm compliance with the nondiscrimination policy detailed above: "Employer gives assurance that it is an equal-opportunity employer, offering employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability.
In consideration of the Solomon Amendment, the U.S. Armed Forces are exempt from the provisions of the University's nondiscrimination policy as it relates to sexual orientation.