At Harvard we value internal mobility. We list "Strong Internal Candidate" on a job when we have an internal candidate in consideration prior to the job being posted. We still encourage candidates to apply for a position with this listed.
Harvard normally does not provide H-1B visa sponsorship for administrative positions. We would only do so in the rare instance where a position requires highly specialized skills and the University has been unable to find qualified U.S. workers with those skills. Please note that attorneys representing individuals are not authorized to file H-1B petitions on behalf of the University.
Summer positions are rare, and are usually offered first to current, seasonally employed staff. Internships are not posted as job openings and are generally arranged through local colleges and universities.
Jobs are added and removed every day, throughout the day. Job listings remain on ASPIRE until the position is filled or the requisition is closed. If you can view a job listing, the hiring department is still accepting applicants. When searching for jobs, sort by the Date Updated field to find the most recently posted positions.
Recruiters and hiring managers are constantly reviewing resumes. If your background and experiences are a strong match for the position(s) to which you are applying, the hiring manager or human resources manager will contact you for a phone or in-person interview. Please understand that the resume review process takes time due to the high volume of resumes that we receive. If your candidacy is declined because you do not meet the basic qualifications for the job, or your qualifications are not as strong as other candidates in the hiring pool, you will be informed via an automated… Read more about How can I learn the status of my (employment) candidacy?
Once you have applied for a specific position, Human Resources or the department administrator responsible for that job will review your credentials and forward them to the hiring manager, if appropriate.