We're here to help you find a great job
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.
Browse the CareerHub, Griffith Careers Directory and GoinGlobal platforms for a range of advertised jobs, vacation work, internships and graduate opportunities. Check out our tips for expanding your job search strategies through networking, informational interviews and LinkedIn.
Looking for work?
Through our CareerHub platform, 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.
Student Employment is Griffith's team of qualified and experienced recruitment consultants who source employment opportunities for students and graduates.
If you are currently enrolled or a graduate who completed your studies less than four months ago, you are welcome to register with Student Employment and apply for job opportunities. Once you've registered, our consultants may also reach out to you if your skills and experience match a paid job opportunity.
You can access Student Employment via CareerHub.
Search for graduate jobs and internships, research and compare employers, gain insight into recruitment practices, find information on career pathways and specific occupations.
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 CareerHub. Once you have logged into CareerHub you will be able to search for GoinGlobal on the Resources page to unlock your unique Griffith University subscription account.
Many jobs are not advertised. For employers, recruitment is expensive and time consuming. Up to 75% of jobs are found through network referrals. Building a professional network can help you access this hidden job market.
Networking and informational interviewing involve having ‘career conversations’ for the purpose of exploring careers or job searching. Through networks, you can gain deeper insights into career pathway options and specific job roles requirements, putting yourself in a great position to gain your preferred role. The key to an effective job search is to be proactive—take initiative—don’t just wait for a vacancy to be posted.
Learn more about how to get started with networking with our online module.
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.
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.
For more inspiration, watch former student Elliot Nash share his experience of how LinkedIn helped him score his dream job with Amazon.
Access resources to support your job search and career development
Online learning modules
Access a range of online learning modules and resources to develop skills in writing applications, networking, LinkedIn, evidencing skills, entrepreneurship and much more.
- Go Learning@Griffith
- On the top menu, click on Organisations.
- In the search bar, type Careers and Employment.
- Click on Career_Services and hit Enrol.
- Click on For Students.
CareerHub has a slew of helpful resources, including:
- career options for a range of disciplines
- resume examples
- tips for addressing selection criteria
- help writing a cover letter
- information on how to get the most from your experience.
Make an appointment with a Career Development Consultant for advice on any career or job-search-related topic.
Develop 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.
GET READY TO APPLY
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.
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.
Engage with an expert
Having an industry mentor can help you recognise career opportunities