Post Student Employee Positions in PCO

PCO is DU’s central internship and job board for students. It’s a one-stop shop and students will find student employment positions, internships, & full-time opportunities on the site. They can also make appointments with their career advisor and register for career & professional development events. This board is a great tool to advertise your positions.

Create Your Account & Post Positions

  1. Go to PCO.
  2. If you’ve created a profile previously, skip to step 4 and login to your account. If you have not created an account previously, select “sign up for an account”.
  3. Enter your contact information and create an account password. When finished, select “create account”.
    • If you are an on-campus employer, use the following naming convention in the “Employer” field: “University of Denver – DU – name of your department/division”. For example, “University of Denver – DU – Accounting Department.” Many department names will auto-populate, so if your department appears, please select the auto-populated department name rather than making a new one!
    • If you are an off-campus employer, select off-Campus Childcare, Off-Campus Landscape Maintenance, etc. Select the one that best fits your position.
  4. After logging in, click “Post a Job” on the homepage of PCO.
  5. Complete all required categories, paying special attention to the following categories:
    • Job Phase: 
      • Select “Internships & Student Employment”.
    • Work Authorization:
      • On-campus employers, select “All Work Authorizations Accepted”.
      • Off-campus employers, verify selection choice through information provided by International & Student Scholar department.
    • Type of Job:
      • On-campus employers, select “Student Employment: On DU Campus”.
      • Off-campus employers, select “Internship” or “Student Employment: Off Campus” (ex. childcare, tutoring, etc.)
    • Eligibility:
      • Select “Current Students and 1st Year Alumni” and “Korbel Grad Students: Current Students and 1st Year Alumni” for the student groups.
    • Compensation: 
      • Positions funded by federal or state work study, select “work-study funded”.
      • Positions funded by your department, select “non-work study funded (hourly)”.
      • Positions funded by stipends or grants, select “stipends or grants”. Please note, stipends and grants are paid hourly.
      • Select both “work-study funded” and “non-work study funded” if your position is open to both funding sources.
    • Pay Rate: Pay rate and/or pay rate range must be included. Consult our recommended Pay Scale.
    • Application Deadline: 
      • We recommend having a specific close date for applications
      • If you’d like to reopen the same position later in the year, you are able to duplicated the closed description and reopen it.

Contact Student Employment at with any questions.