Current Students

Resources and Links

Career Development & Employment has a wealth of information available to assist you with career planning.

The careers resource areas at Sandy Bay and Newnham campuses have printed fact sheets and information about graduate programs and other opportunities for students and graduates. 

From this page you can access a broad range of electronic resources and useful websites:

Job search sites

Australian job sites

  • CareerHub - University of Tasmania job database for part-time/casual and graduate employment, volunteer opportunities, and interstate internships/vacation work.
  • Careerone - All jobs advertised in Australian newspapers, useful source of information about skills sought by employers.
  • Graduate Opportunities - Listings of graduate programs, vacation programs, internships, cadetships.
  • Seek - Online job listings, including volunteer opportunities.
  • Job Search - Commonwealth government site, listing job vacancies within all states.
  • APS jobs - Listings of graduate opportunities and other vacancies in the Commonwealth public service.
  • Searsonbuck - Recruitment, career management and outplacement service.
  • Gradconnection - Job listings and graduate programs.
  • Jobserve - Job listings from across Australia and internationally. 
  • Parttime online - Listings for part-time, casual and contract roles that may compliment study schedules.
  • Job Searcher - Australian job search engine with a database of more than 500,000 live jobs.
  • Homepage daily jobs - Advice, research, and job openings with graduate employers in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom.
  • Jobseeker - Job listings from multiple online sources such as job boards, newspapers and company websites.
  • Career Harvest - a hub for the most cutting-edge careers within the food and fibre industries. Career Harvest helps create clearer pathways for you to harvest your agricultural career.
  • NRM Jobs - Environmental jobs in water, the environment and natural resource management.
  • CooeeAds - Jobs, conferences and workshops for outdoorsy people.
  • EducationCareer - Jobs in tertiary education, research and training, Australian based but some overseas jobs listed.

State government job sites

International and Asian jobs and recruiting sites

Careers sites

Australian graduate information

  • www.graduateopportunities.com - For the latest, most comprehensive info on Australian graduate jobs
  • www.seekcampus.com.au - Australian site for students and graduates, providing job opportunities and career information. You can post your resume for employers, also enter criteria for the job you want and they will regularly email you with suitable job postings.
  • www.fairwork.gov.au - Information and advice about Australia’s new national workplace relations system, provided by the Fair Work Ombudsman.
  • www.jobwatch.org.au/ - A community organisation that provides advice on unfair dismissal, ending employment, harassment, wages, exploitation and other work-related issues.
  • Australian Industrial Relations Commission www.airc.gov.au/ - Information about awards, termination of employment, redundancy. Also links to Fair Work.
  • www.gradconnection.com.au - Job listings and graduate programs. Also includes interesting blogs, profiles of graduates and statistics.

Resume and careers help

 

info icon Important notes:

  • Many websites give you some free information but require you to pay if you want more.
  • Some sites offer everything free, so look around before you pay a fee.
  • At the time this website list was compiled all the sites were operating and useful to job seekers.
  • We can take no responsibility for sites that cease to operate.
  • We can take no responsibility for the content of sites.
  • www.getmyonlinecv.com - Free CV (resume) and job hunting tips for online applications.
  • www.15min-resume.com - Resume writing, interview advice, jobs, post your resume.
  • www.susanireland.com - Resume writing and lots of samples (many of the samples are more suited to job search in the USA than in Australia). You need to make your own judgment about what is suitable for a job application in your home country and for your culture.

Career direction

  • www.myfuture.edu.au - Information, activities and articles to assist with exploring career direction.
  • http://studyassist.gov.au - Information for students about Australian Government assistance for financing tertiary study
  • www.graduatecareers.com.au - Graduate statistics, including industry growth potential and starting salaries and comprehensive career profile booklets.

Careers & employment fact sheets