Employer JobBoard

JobBoard

Make an early connection with talented UOW students and future graduates via our online careers and employment portal, CareerHub.

Advertise your job opportunities on CareerHub free of charge, including but not limited to; casual jobs, internships and graduate roles. Your advertisement will be viewable to over 28,000 UOW students and recent graduates.

For a targeted approach that is more likely to yield a better response rate and views by students and who meet your eligibility criteria, we recommend our SMS and email out service.

Please note: overseas recruitment agencies are limited to the following:

To upload your job advertisement:

  1. Read our terms and conditions.
  2. Log in to CareerHub or register a new account.
  3. Post your job advertisement.
  4. Submit your advertisement for our review.

How to attract the best candidates to your organisation

  • The position: Ensure the job title is clear, reflects the work within the role and appeals to potential applicants. The experience and skills required to become a successful employee should also be well defined. Make it clear if there are essential skills applicants need to be effective in the role.
  • Competitive job market: What salary, benefits and location are you going to offer to entice a broad range of talented applicants to apply? Why would students choose your organisation over your competitors? Highlight these in the job advertisement. If you are not sure about salaries and employment conditions please visit Fair Work.
  • Who are you? Make sure students are aware of your brand. Create and promote your brand by using easy to understand job descriptions. This gives applicants a transparent understanding of what your organisation and the role is all about and how their skills and expertise match the role on offer.
  • Cover letters are becoming a much more significant part of the recruitment process. It is your first look at potential applicants written communication skills. Are they writing like they text their friends, or is there some sense of understanding of how a well written letter or email should read? Have they made an informed decision about wanting to work for your organisation?
  • Point of contact: Who is going to be the point of contact if applicants require further information? This could save both you as the recruiter and the applicant a lot of time if they are unsure if they fit the criteria. An email address is essential and depending on the size of your organisation a phone number can also be used.
  • Timelines: What is the next step in the process? When will applications be closing or is the role going to remain open until it is filled by a suitable applicant? Let applicants know what timelines to expect. University students are constantly adhering to deadlines and timelines with their assessments so provide some boundaries with the application process.