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Finding Work

Moving to a new country? You're going to need to find gainful employment, here's an entire section about the ins and outs of doing exactly that.

Job boards:

  • Seek Australia’s number one jobs site

  • careerone: Search for a job, get career advice, register to have an email for relevant new jobs

  • mycareer: Search jobs, create email alerts, check the salary calculator & more

Aggregators:

  • indeed.com.au Search millions of jobs from thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds and company websites

  • Simplyhired aggregates job listings from thousands of sites across the Web including job boards, newspaper and classified listings, associations, social networks, content sites and company career sites.

Business Network platform

  • Linkedin: Browse our jobs directory by job title, employer, location, or job function.

Government jobs:

Not For Profit jobs:

Recruitment agencies websites:

Before you call a recruiter, check out the post on: How to cold call a recruiter.

Other sites and platforms worth checking out:

Twitter: Twitter can be an awesome way to look for jobs. Definitely if your industry is on twitter.  Example search : #[the word “jobs” #[location you are looking]  #[the job you want].

Example: #jobs #sydney #IT

Looking for a job in the creative industry (marketing, graphic design, media, event, digital, marketing etc)? Check out: mumbrella, the loop and B&T

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If you have any additional information about finding work in Australia, please sent an email to office@dutchlink.com.au with the title WEBSITE INFORMATION and the website will be updated