COVID-19 Advice for the JCU Community - Last updated: 8 June 2022, 12pm (AEST)

Find a job

JCU CareerHub

JCU students have lifelong access to JCU CareerHub where you will find job listings including part-time/casual, graduate, vacation work, internships and volunteering, as well as career related events, workshops and information sessions.

JCU Career Directory

Another useful job site is the JCU Career Directory. Search for graduate jobs, internships, virtual experiences, virtual fairs, graduate profiles, career advice and reviews tailored to your study field and industry.

Job Search Tips and Websites

See the Job Search Tips page for employment websites, and information on when and where to look for work, both paid and volunteer.

Using Social Media in Your Job Search

Employers and recruitment agencies use social media to search for candidates and promote job opportunities. For information on how to effectively use social media in your job search or to manage your online presence visit the Using Social Media page.

Placement and Graduate Employment Support for Students with a Disability

The University Specialist Employment Partnerships (USEP) is a free employment service that supports graduating or graduated students with a disability (including mental health conditions) who are seeking a final year placement or graduate employment.

The Resources page contains a wealth of useful information such as example resumes, job application and cover letter templates, career snapshots, placements and volunteer roles  and courses to equip you with the skills and attributes for career success.

The Employability Edge program has free self-paced modules to help you with the job application process:

Master Written Applications: Write competitive, targeted job applications to promote your skills, experiences and education to potential employers and effectively communicate your employability.

Graduate Job Search: Navigate your way from university studies into graduate employment. Maximise your chance of getting a graduate position relevant to your career aspirations.

Develop Your Professional Identity: Effectively market yourself – your education, skills, knowledge and abilities. Learn how to define your brand, communicate professionally, and develop a network.