Application Tips

Having trouble? Review these seven tips to succesfully submit your application!

  1. Use one of the following currently-supported browsers:
    • Internet Explorer 8 - 10
    • Firefox 8 - 11
    • Safari 5
    • Google Chrome
  2. Do not navigate to another website or use the back button in the browser with your in- progress application. Leaving the application page will delete all existing data.
  3. Confirm that popup blockers are disabled.
  4. Clear your browser's temporary files/cache and cookies prior to beginning work on the application form.
  5. Be prepared to complete the application in one sitting. Be advised that there is a 24 hour session timeout when working on the application. Make sure you have contact information (e- mail address and phone number) for your spiritual and professional references readily available.
  6. Upload your resume as a first step. This will "parse" in your resume into the application, saving you time with data entry. Uploading your resume after you have completed the application will override your application and delete any data you have entered.
  7. Do not bookmark or favorite the application form. Instead, navigate to the application from www.ccu.edu/employment.

 

Are you still experiencing difficulty submitting your application?

We apologize for the difficulty you are experiencing. Please provide us with the following information so we can resolve the issue with our applicant tracking system:
 

  1. Your browser and version (Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 12, etc.)
  2. The specific job you were applying for when you experienced the error
  3. If you received an error message, what was the exact wording of the message?
  4. The time at which you experienced the issue

Submit this information to HR@ccu.edu along with your name and contact information so we can make sure you are able to submit your application. We appreciate your assistance in improving our applicant experience.

In the meantime, if you would like to attempt to submit the application again, we recommend trying a different internet browser than you are currently using. For example, if you are currently using Internet Explorer, try using Firefox. If you are using Google Chrome, try using Internet Explorer.