UOW's Careers Central has a jobboard. Employers come to us keen to advertise their jobs direct to UOW students. Our team also collate relevant jobs from across the many job seeking sites. Despite the disruption of COVID-19, there are still jobs available and ready for you to apply for in the one place below. Search through the categories or set up alerts in CareerHub - it's up to you. When you're ready to apply, we are here to help with your applications and prep work!
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Did you find a job to apply for?
Before you apply, think about how we can best help you be focussed and effective with your application:
- Book in for a chat with a Career Consultant or submit your resume for review online
- Book in to one of our job-seeking workshops (available remotely)
- Check out our online resources
Knowing your rights
The Fair Work Ombudsman provides a range of resources to help you understand workplace rights and responsibilities. During your job search, it is important to know and understand your rights as a worker. Be sure to utilise the Pay Rates Calculator for information about pay rates and penalties which apply to most employment opportunities.
The Student Legal Services Clinic is also available to provide free confidential legal employment advice to current students of the University of Wollongong.
Resources for international students
Many international students get part-time or casual jobs while studying in Australia, so it’s important that you know your rights in the workplace. We have listed some useful resources below:
- Pathways of Assistance – If you are having trouble at work, there are people who can help
- Role of Fair Work Ombudsman – Learn about their free services
- Warning signs - Are your work rights at risk?
- Getting ready to work in Australia
- Video - Warning signs
- Video - How to talk to your boss about a problem at work
- Video - Pre-departure