Search for jobs

Search for jobs

Finding a suitable job after graduation can often feel like a job itself!  Gone are the days when applying for vacancies and waiting for interviews was enough.  That is just a small piece of how students and professionals find employment today.  

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Research shows that up to 70% of jobs are found through networks and that these positions are never advertised. 

As you near graduation, you'll need to start using your degree-related experience, networks, and any research or working knowledge of your industry to start your career. This is why attending our careers events, fairs, and other functions is useful. For more insight into how to get started on your job search, use the following resources: 

Job websites

It's a great idea to have a running list of job websites that you rotate through to find vacancies.  On this page, you'll find a few of the sites that we recommend as broken down by industry and information given.  

A great place to start searching for employment would be CareerHub, the jobs board that the career and employment service maintains. 

Graduate employment programs

For current graduate employment programs and internships, check out these helpful websites.

General job websites

Career research and preparation websites

Industry-specific job websites

There are numerous industry-specific job boards, some of which are listed below. The Australian Public Service website provides numerous opportunities in a wide variety of industries.

Accounting/finance/actuarial
Advertising/marketing/media PR
Creative arts
Education/academic/teaching
Engineering and IT
Health
Human resources
Law
Not-for-proft and NGOs
Overseas opportunities
Public sector
Research jobs
Science and environment
Start-Ups / Entrepreneurship
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