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Job seeking help

The library has a range of resources to help you while job seeking.

Digital resources for job seekers

Remote assistance via telephone or video call.

Are you looking for work? This workshop will introduce a range of digital resources to assist you in resume writing, searching for jobs online and submitting job applications. Make a booking at a time that suits you by emailing

Online resources

  • APS jobs - Jobs in federal government departments across Australia. This site does not cover state or local government departments.
  • Backpacker job board - Jobs for backpackers across Australia.
  • CareerOne - Large internet job site.
  • Fitted For Work - Helps women experiencing disadvantage get work, keep work and be supported in their working life.
  • Fruit picking jobs - Site advertising harvest work across Australia.
  • Job Outlook – Provides an in-depth look at a range of occupations and their education and training pathways in Australia. Also includes useful information about choosing an occupation.
  • JobSeeker - Jobs across the not-for-profit and local government sectors.
  • Job search: Harvest jobs. Federal government site that links to harvest work opportunities across Australia.
  • Jobs for youth - Local entry-level jobs, education opportunities and support for young people in Darebin, Yarra and Merri-bek.
  • Jora - Large internet job site
  • Matchworks- Focus on disability employment.
  • Merri-bek City Council employment - Jobs available at Merri-bek City Council.
  • myfuture – Career articles, resources and webinars.

  • Seek - One of the largest and most popular job sites.
  • Sidekicker – An online hub from Jobs Victoria. When you register, you will receive job alerts that match your skills, experience and location.

  • Victorian Government jobs- Jobs in Victorian state government departments.
  • Youth - A youth website with links to Australian government information on all things youth related including education and work.


To find books on job hunting, career development and career changes browse the library shelves in the non fiction collection at 650.14 and 658.11 or search by subject in the library catalogue.