JOB PORTALS IN AUSTRALIA

We have teamed up with a number of Recruitment Agencies  to Assist Candidates from South Africa, to find work. If you need our help, please contact Stephanie or myself for assistance.

 

Our email details: anne@parkerplacement.co.za , stephanie@parkerplacement.co.za

My cell number is:066 378 7475

 

We can load your Resume on various Job Portals in Australia or Internationally. We charge a R150-00 per Job Portal.

 

How to find work in Australia:

The internet is the best resource you have for job seeking and career development, whether you’re trying to find a new permanent position or a graduate job after completing university.

 

Beyond finding job listings and applying for jobs, you can access sample resumes, learn interviewing skills, and research career development strategies. We can help you with everything you need to find work in Australia.

 

  1. SEEK:

Founded in 1997, SEEK has become one of the most popular job and career sites in Australia. The company has grown to cover other markets, including New Zealand, China, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

In the 2013/14 period, SEEK facilitated 26% of all job placement in the country. It typically logs more than 30 million monthly visits. The site accounts for around 70% of all online job ads for the country.

Applicants can use the site to find jobs by salary, location, and classification. Users can also store their resumes, make them visible to employers, and track their applications.

 

  1. Jobsdb:

is owned by SEEK. This site offers over 150,000 job vacancies for jobs across Australia. Users can post jobs or apply for jobs, register for job alerts, and build their resume. Users can also search for jobs across the Asia-Pacific region, including in China, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

 

  1. Gumtree:

is a popular, free classified site with tens of thousands of job classifies across Australia. Industries include health, construction, retail, sales, and much more. There’s no resume-upload function but users can access contact details of employers and contact them directly.

 

  1. Australian JobSearch:

Australia JobSearch is a government-funded free database that job seekers can use to find employment opportunities. Users can find jobs by keyword, postcode, location, and occupation. There are also apprenticeships and traineeships available.

The site offers a range of tools and resources for job seekers, including relocating-to-Australia guides, information on finding training and employment-services programs, and statistics on occupations and industries.

 

  1. MyCareer:

is another jobs database. Like SEEK, it offers a job-finder tool, and users can sign up for specialised email alerts and find employers or jobs by sector or location. The site offers other tools, including a salary calculator, resume builder, skill-based job recommendations, and application tracker.

 

  1. Jobseeker:

is a job board with hundreds of thousands of jobs from websites and newspapers across Australia. The site’s simple interface makes it easy to use; users simply enter a keyword and location to find jobs. However, if you’re looking for a full-service site with resume storage and other features, Jobseeker’s probably not the right site for you.

 

  1. GradConnection:

Is a job and internship site for graduates. Users can find hundreds of graduate job and internship programs, and there are also student jobs to search for. Users can upgrade graduate profiles to allow employers to find them, and use the CV generator tool to build their profile.

 

  1. Simply Hired Australia:

Simply Hired Australia is a job-advertisement aggregator or search engine that helps users find jobs from other employment sites. You can source sites by industry, location, and keyword. According to the website, Simply Hired is the biggest and best job search engine on the Internet. However, the site does not offer additional tools such as resume storage or application tracking.

 

  1. Glassdoor:

is a different kind of career site that is designed to assist people with researching the companies they might want to work for. This company review site has more than 6 million company reviews, salary reports, and benefits reviews, in addition to job advertisements.

 

  1. Indeed

Like  Jobseeker and Simply Hired Australia, Indeed offers users aggregated job ads from around the web. It also accepts job listings, and job seekers can post their resume and allow employers to find their online profiles.

 

  1. LinkedIn

With more than 313 million users around the globe, LinkedIn is the number one professional-network portal in the world and in Australia. You can use it to build a public or private resume or to connect with colleagues and employers.

 

12.Personal Branding Blog:

are many career sites on the Internet, but Personal Branding Blog stands out for its advice from marketing experts on how to promote yourself as an employee in the age of social media.

 

  1. Parker Placement:

is a resume-generation website with a range of indispensable tools for professionals and job seekers. Its 350,000 users have used the site to buy Resume  (CVs ) templates, add cover letters  to their Resume ((CVs, )and manage multiple versions of their CV’s. They are also one of the well known leading Recruitment Agencies in South Africa who have teemed up with Recruitment Agencies in Australia, Japan, China, America, Canada, Cyprus, France, Spain, The United Kingdom and Germany.

 

  1. Jobs.com.au:

has thousands of job listings from across Australia. Users can use the site to save jobs, create job email alerts, manage and build their resume, and of course, to find jobs by geographical location and/or sector. Like other full-featured websites (such as SEEK), users can save multiple versions of their resume and sign up for job alerts to be sent to their email address.

 

  1. Xpat Jobs:

Australia is part of the Xpatjobs network, which has listed millions of jobs for expats in over 140 countries around the world. Xpat Jobs Australia has over half a million Australian job listings for expats and locals. The site also features multilingual jobs, user accounts, and a (paid) CV review service.

 

  1. APS Jobs:

If you’re seeking an employment opportunity in the public service, then APS Jobs is the best site for you. This official government job site features an advanced job-search tool that allows you to search by location, category, and job type, such as permanent or part-time. Users can sign up for job alerts and save job notices to apply later.

 

  1. ArtsHub:

is devoted to jobs in the arts sector, with job advertisements for roles in industries such as visual arts, performance, publishing, architecture, and design. The site also features listings for grants and an events calendar. Paid membership is required to view and apply for jobs.

 

  1. Careerjet:

Is a job advertisement aggregator with nearly 40 million jobs around the world. Users can search jobs in Australian metropolitan and regional areas, as well as overseas locations. Users can also find jobs by industry.

 

  1. Unijobs Australi:

has hundreds of job listings for academic, administration, and other jobs in universities around Australia. Users can find jobs by location, keyword, and/or discipline, and there are tools for saving job listings and for applying for jobs.

 

  1. Neuvoo:

is a free job search engine that indexes jobs directly from companies’ career websites, placement agencies and job boards. It offers over 100,000 jobs in Australia, with the list constantly being updated. Users are able to search for relevant jobs based on region, city, state, and industry in Australia, as well as across 48 countries around the world. Acting as a form of ‘Google’ for jobs, this search engine is a must-include for anyone looking to switch up their job or career.