What websites can I use to find a job?
There are some excellent websites out there that list a range of job vacancies, apprenticeships and traineeships. These sites also offer advice on job applications, resume writing, interviewing techniques and selection criteria, and more.
Here are some of our recommendations:
This web site has job vacancies, job applications, tips on resumes, interviewing techniques and selection criteria.
Investigate local Facebook pages of employers.
This site provides employers, jobseekers, school students, and career advisers with information on rural and regional apprenticeships.
One of Australia’s largest National job search sites, it aims to help jobseekers find work and help employers find jobseekers. The site links jobseekers to all kinds of services including job networks, disability services, apprenticeships, government employment programs and projects, and careers and training. You can register and determine which jobs you would like to be auto matched against.
This website is an online career exploration service and is a joint initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. Match your interests, values and abilities to occupations and get information on industries, occupations, education and training, and financial support.
The Queensland Government website for careers and jobs within the Queensland government.
The Queensland Health web site, click on the ‘work for us’ tab to see the job vacancies available.
Gumtree publishes a range of job vacancies along with other classified advertisements.
Search for jobs that contribute to a more equitable, more just or more sustainable world. You can find work in a range of areas including community, environmental, not-for profit and social enterprise jobs.