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Things to Know

Questions about Johns Hopkins Development and Relations? We’ve got answers.

Q: How do I apply for a position with Johns Hopkins Development and Alumni Relations?
A: Simply click the job title that is posted and you will be led to the official posting and the university’s application site.

Q: How do I know if my application has been received?
A: A confirmation screen will appear immediately after you submit your online application. Please email darcareers@jhu.edu if you have not received a response within 2 weeks. 

Q: If I apply for one position, will I automatically be considered for other similar opportunities?
A: You must submit a separate online application for each position for which you wish to be considered.

Q: Can I make changes after I submit my application?
A: Before you apply for a position, please make sure your information is accurate. If you need to make changes, contact the university’s Human Resources office at 443-997-5100.

Q: What does the Career Agent feature do?
A: By activating the Career Agent feature from your account screen, you will receive an email notification from the university’s employment site when a position of interest is posted online. For more information on how to activate this feature, please contact the university’s Human Resources office at 443-997-5100.

Q: I applied online and have not yet heard back. How do I learn more about the process and where I might find the best fit within Hopkins Development and Alumni Relations?
A: There is not a standard response time for applications, however we welcome all questions and are here to help. Please contact our Development and Alumni Relations Human Resources office at darcareers@jhu.edu or 410-516-7103. 

Q: Where can I find salary information?
A: General information about Johns Hopkins compensation and salary ranges can be found on the Johns Hopkins University Human Resources website.

Q: Where can I search for other job openings outside of Development and Alumni Relations?
A: Feel free to visit Johns Hopkins University’s careers site.

Don’t see the information you’re looking for? Contact us:

Email: darcareers@jhu.edu

Phone: 410-516-7103