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Whether you're searching for a casual or part-time job while you study, or a graduate job as the next step in your career, we can help you find a role to suit your interests, skills and qualifications. Check out our job search platforms as well as tips for creating a LinkedIn profile, joining professional organisations and conducting informational interviews. We also have suggestions for networking as well as tips for applying for jobs.

Job search platforms

Through our Careerboard, you can search for advertised jobs as well as find out more about upcoming careers events and training sessions. You can also book an appointment with one of our consultants.

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Unitemps Griffith is an employment agency based at Griffith University, providing work opportunities for students and graduates. We cover paid placements on campus and in south-east Queensland businesses. Unitemps Griffith offers the flexibility of work assignments from casual to full-time roles and everything in between.

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GoinGlobal provides country-specific career and employment information, including world-wide internship and job postings, H1B employer listing, corporate profiles and career resources for 30 countries. To access the full suite of resources, Griffith students are invited to access GoinGlobal via CareerBoard. Once you have logged into CareerBoard you will be able to search for GoinGlobal on the Resources page to unlock your unique Griffith University subscription account.

CareerBoard Resources

Create a LinkedIn profile

Setting yourself up with a professional profile on employment-oriented social networking site LinkedIn could help you land your dream job. See our eModule on how to create a LinkedIn profile for more information.

LinkedIn  eModule

Landing a job via LinkedIn

Elliot Nash shares his experience of how LinkedIn helped him score a dream job with Amazon.


Informational interviews involve talking with people currently working in field you're interested in. Conducting informational interviews with people you admire is a great way to find out about your desired job and make some great new contacts.

Download our guide to informational interviews to find out more.

Informational interviews


A professional association is the peak body representing your degree or industry area. Enrolled students and graduates are eligible for membership.

To find out the professional associations your degree is accredited with, check out the Griffith degree and course Finder. Simply search for your current degree and click on 'professional accreditation'.

Degree and career finder


Many employers have enough applicants without advertising a position. They’ll often gravitate toward a person who’s been referred to them by a trusted contact, which is known as tapping into the hidden job market.

Through networking, you can boost your own professional contact list and increase your chance of securing a great position. Our 'improve your employability' section of the site has some top networking tips.

Improve your employability

Find out how you can increase your career prospects, even while you're studying


Thinking like an entrepreneur can help open your mind to new opportunities when looking for work and help you take control of your career path. Find out more about the entrepreneurial career and how to embrace this mindset.

The entrepreneurial career


Check our practical guides on how to write a job application, see example cover letters and resumes, and tips for addressing key selection criteria. We also have information on virtual interview training and psychometric testing and assessment.

Applying for jobs

Know your rights

When looking for work, it's important to understand your rights surrounding pay rates and conditions.

Visit the Fair Work website's calculator to find tailored information for your circumstances.

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Having an industry mentor can help you recognise career opportunities

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