College/New Graduate Recruiting Process

Interested in an internship or full-time position at RS&H? Apply through our fully automated recruiting system by submitting a job-specific candidate profile. If you’re a student, you may also be able to apply through your campus career center. What you’ll need to create your job-specific profile:

You’ll be asked to upload an electronic copy of your resume (TIP: Keep formatting to a minimum – less formatting will help our recruiters more easily review and process the information). You’ll also have the option to attach a cover letter, certification documents, and letters of reference so make sure to have them ready.

You’ll be asked to transcribe details from your transcript (i.e., grades in relevant courses). Please make sure you have this with you before beginning your online profile.

Allow for at least 30 minutes to complete and submit your first job-specific candidate profile.

  • Visit our Career Opportunity page and search for opportunities that match your specific job requirements. Don’t see a specific role for you? Connect with us for general consideration, to receive news and updates, and join one of our many Talent Communities.
  • When you first log in, you’ll be asked to create a user ID and a password. This will create an account unique to you for making changes or subsequent profile submissions. Please do not create multiple accounts using different email addresses.
  • You will automatically receive a confirmation when your submission is received. It will then be reviewed by our recruiting professionals and hiring managers.
  • If selected for an interview, you’ll be contacted by an RS&H recruiter or your campus career center regarding next steps.
  • Unfortunately, not all candidate profile submissions result in an interview and subsequent offer. We encourage you to continue to review our Careers page for new job postings, to update your candidate profile (using your same user name and password), and apply.

Interview Tips

An effective interview is to your benefit, and ours! So here are some tips to make your time with us effective and rewarding.

We’re impressed when candidates have taken the time to do some research and learn about us. Since you’re here on this site, you obviously find value in this too. Take a look around and learn as much as you can. Being prepared will also minimize your anxiety.

Dress for the occasion. The rule is, when in doubt, overdress. If you mean business, show us. And remember…it’s not always what you say, rather how you present yourself that makes an impression. Be sure to shake hands firmly and maintain eye contact. During the interview, sit up and stay focused. If your mind starts to wander, it shows.

Composure in the business world is crucial. And an interview is a good measurement of how you handle pressure. You don’t want to appear too nervous. At the same time, don’t be too relaxed. Maintain an appropriate level of professionalism without being unapproachable. The best advice is to be yourself. You’re an outgoing, likeable person. Let that come through in your interview. We’re looking for individuals who will thrive in our team-based environment.

When you want to learn more about who we are and what we do, it lets us know you’re interested. Depending on what you ask, it may also prove you’ve done your homework. Before the interview, make sure you’ve prepared a list of questions that we may not have addressed.

Your qualifications got you in the door. Now make sure you can speak confidently about any experiences you’ve had in the workplace and in the classroom. Specific examples of how you’ve contributed to an organization or learned something exciting are of interest to us. We see potential in you, so be sure to sell yourself by promoting your skills and abilities.

If you don’t understand a question, don’t hesitate…ask us to repeat it. You have a better shot at giving your best answer if you know exactly what we’re asking.

It’s good etiquette to thank interviewers for their time. Make sure you get a business card from the person or people with whom you meet and send a letter to each one as soon as possible after the interview. This will also let us know that you liked what you heard and you want us to keep you in mind.