Job Search

Your job search should be a combination of several strategies, integrating both technology and face to face interactions/networking.  For more information on job search strategies that meet your career goals, call (610) 660-3100 to make an appointment with a career counselor.

Need a job?  There's an app for that.

SJUcareers

SJUcareers hosts a variety of positions including full time, part-time, internship, volunteer/service and on campus job opportunities. In addition, the system hosts on-campus interviewing opportunities with employers for internships and full time jobs. To login, click here.  If you need assistance with your account, select from the short webinars below and get the answers you need.

How to Login to SJUcareers (2:04)

How to Update Your Profile in SJUcareers and Why It's SO Important (3:11)

How to Upload a Resume or Other Career Documents in SJUcareers (3:25)

How to RSVP to Career Events in SJUcareers (2:44)

How to Conduct a Job or Internship Search in SJUcareers (8:13)

CareerShift-Job Searching Tool

CareerShift provides an easy-to-use, approach for “cracking the hidden job market” and for managing your job hunt all in one place. You will be able to search for jobs and save your searches, find and save a list of contacts, upload resumes and cover letters, and put them together in a targeted e-mail or mail campaign. The SJU Career Development Center has partnered with CareerShift to offer you a great job hunting web service. Access your confidential CareerShift account from anywhere, anytime. Log-in to SJUCareers to access the link. Please contact the Career Development Center, 610-660-3100 or careerhelp@sju.edu with any questions. Click here for tips for using CareerShift effectively.  

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Find jobs on Twitter!  Follow @TweetMyJobs for a variety of opportunities.

 


Please be advised that the Car
eer Development Center, while certainly taking steps to ensure the legitimacy and accuracy of job descriptions, is not able to fully validate the integrity of ALL organizations or individuals that list opportunities in SJUcareers. It is an excellent practice, and highly recommended, that students use good judgment to discern the quality and professionalism of each listing. Students with questions or concerns about particular job listings are invited to contact the Career Development Center.  In addition, click here to learn about how SJU protects you and how you can protect yourself in the job or internship search, or click here for a recent article about fradulent employers and opportunities.