Where can you start your job search?
There’s no doubt that the Internet makes it far easier to search for jobs than ever before. Whilst most people are familiar with SEEK, one of the largest online job boards available, there are other websites which are also worth checking out. We’ve listed 20 below. It’s not necessary to follow all of these job boards – perhaps select two or three once you determine which ones best suit your needs.
SpotJobs claims to be Australia’s No.1 employment website for entry-level and part time work.
A leading provider of job search and employment opportunities in Australia. Search for jobs by location, job sector, industry or salary to find your dream job.
A leading employment site with 1000s of jobs online. They also help provide job search tips, career advice and employment updates.
Search millions of jobs from thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds and company websites.
A free online jobs website. It is funded and operated by the Australian Government to assist job seekers find employment and connect employers with quality staff.
A comprehensive career management resource on the web with job listings, a resume builder, and content to assist job seekers or people looking to improve their current job.
A leading global professional recruiting group. The Group is the expert at recruiting qualified, professional and skilled people worldwide, being the market leader in the UK and Asia Pacific and one of the market leaders in Continental Europe and Latin America.
This website searches thousands of websites so you don’t have to and brings together millions of job advertisements so you can find jobs everywhere.
Australia’s free online career information service that assists career planning, career pathways and work transitions. Perfect for students or those looking for a career change!
Australia’s largest online employment gateway for community, health, welfare and government sector jobs.
An online job board that promotes careers and employment opportunities for all Australians across every industry. Australia’s expert recruiters also provide advice for job hunters, employees and people looking to resign from their jobs.
Working In is a world leader in assisting employers to recruit skilled people moving to Australia.
Helps job seekers with career planning and job search. They offer career research advice, resume help, job hunting tips, job links, positions vacant notices and lots more.
A leading online job search engine with a large presence worldwide, sourcing over 40 million job advertisements from more than 25 thousands quality websites from all over the world.
Search all jobs in Australia using Simply Hired, a job search engine. Find jobs from a variety of employment and recruitment sites across the web.
A real-time meta crawling service for jobs. Searching for jobs all over Australia and New Zealand in a matter of seconds!
Biggest employer in Australia with more than 300,000 casual, part and full time workers as well as apprentices and trainees in jobs ranging from agriculture to health, teaching to law, administration to environmental management, engineering to policing.
Not only can you buy and sell almost anything on Gumtree Classifieds – you can find almost any job as well!
Specialising in permanent and contract jobs in Australia advertised daily. Look for jobs in IT, Computer, Telecoms, Finance, Sales, Engineering and more.
I would always recommend candidates to use two or three job boards when starting out on their job hunt to help them decide which works best for them. I hope this gives you a good idea of the other Australian job boards other than SEEK out there.
Have you seen our jLink app? ETC’s jLink app is designed to streamline your job search by providing access to a variety of job boards, local job listings, hints and tips, community services and other ETC services that can assist you.