How Do I Search For A Job?
Jobs may be part-time, full-time, or contractual work employment situations in which you earn a salary or wage with an employer.
Job searches today are mostly conducted using online electronic resources. Previously, job searches were conducted using newspapers and looking at job boards in the community…but times are changing! These databases and search engines usually feature several search functions for you to easy find and apply for positions such as keywords, zip codes, education level, industry, part-time/full-time, salary, and etc.
These new databases and search engines usually feature several search functions for you to easy find and apply for positions of interest to you such as keywords, zip codes, education level, industry, part-time/full-time, salary, and etc.
Additionally, you may want to try to search for a job by using newspapers, job boards, career centers, community resources, employment placement businesses in the community, and employer websites.
What Is The Firebird Jobs Database?
The Firebird Jobs Database is an electronic job board that you can use to search for job, internship, and work-study position announcements posted by employers that are approved by the University and Community College Career Centers.
The Firebird Jobs Database features several search functions for you to easily find and apply for jobs, internships, and work-study positions.
You must contact the employers directly to apply for the job, internship, and work-study opportunities.
What Are Some of the Most Popular Job Search Engines?
What Career Resources Can Help Me?
*Disclaimer: The Career Services Center Staff do not place students in jobs, internships, or work-study also known as "job placement.
Please use caution when applying for jobs, internships, and other positions especially when sending sensitive information as the genuineness of employers and position announcements cannot always be guaranteed by the Career Services Center.