Job Search Web Sites
As you probably have discovered, the Internet provides a wealth of job search information. In fact, with so much information online, it's easy to get overwhelmed. You don't have to read every web site, but the links below may be helpful as you start your job search.
Indeed: A search engine for jobs -- with a radically different approach to job search. In one simple search, Indeed gives job seekers free access to millions of employment opportunities from thousands of websites.
Bright.com helps you to connect your job search to your family, friends and alumni network. Bright’s unique job search engine shows you what jobs are available at companies where your friends work. With Bright you can easily seek out referrals from your connections and boost your chances of landing that job interview. Bright has over 3,000 jobs around Portland, ME, click here to view them.
Juju: A great site that aggregates millions of jobs from thousands of sources to make job search easier for everyone.
Cyber-Sierra'a Natural Resources Job Search: Helping you find employment in conservation occupations.
Green Jobs Network: Connecting people seeking jobs that focus on environmental and social responsibility with available opportunities and resources.
Green Jobs: Focus in on all aspects of employment in renewable energy worldwide.
GIS Links ~ Jobs in GIS: Links that contain GIS jobs and related information.
SimplyHired: Job search made simple. Nifty tools to find jobs, identify trends, research salaries, and more.
GettingHired: Online, national job portal providing career opportunities from employers who are committed to hiring people with disabilities.
College Recruiter: Featuring hundreds of thousands of internships for college students and entry-level jobs for recent graduates.
JobsInTheUS: Click on state specific to view various job boards ~ 19 states represented.
Maine Graduates: Sponsored by the Maine Recruiting Consortium, this site offers Maine employers the opportunity to post jobs, co-ops and internships for our students and alumni.
Career Builder: Search by keyword, city, state, field of interest, company, industry, or job type. Includes great career advice, articles, resources and a free semi-monthly newsletter.
America's Job Bank: Thousands of new jobs are posted daily. Search by job category or by state.
Quintessential Careers: One of the most comprehensive career development sites on the web for job search and resources.
Employment Times: A weekly publication dedicated to help wanted advertising in Maine and New Hampshire. Offers a wide range of articles on career development and job searching.
Flip Dog: Job listings are indexed directly from the employers' own web sites. Added features include career advice, articles, resources and a free semi-monthly newsletter.
Nation Jobs: Register to receive email notification of new jobs. Research companies and explore career tools and resources.
Vault: Searchable job postings and extensive job searching resources. Noted for their "insider" information on companies and industries.
Job Web: Sponsored by NACE. Career development and job search advice for recent or soon to be college graduates.
College Grad: Devoted to entry-level positions, this site is an excellent resource for new graduates. Sections include career planning, resumes, cover letter, interviewing, employer research and job postings.
Wet Feet: Forbes "Best of the Web" job hunting pick. Excellent site for researching companies and industry. Includes job searching tips, salary and location information, and job internship listings.
Riley Guide: Margaret Riley introduces you to the online job search. Topics include How and Where to Job Search. Links to additional sites.
Cool Jobs: Entry-level jobs, seasonal jobs, overseas jobs and much more.
Idealist: Job listings, volunteer opportunities, internships and more.
MonsterTRAK.com is the #1 website for students and alumni looking for full-time and part-time positions or internships.
Craigslist: A centralized network of online communities featuring free online classified advertisements for jobs and internships.
National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE): The leading source of information on the employment of the college educated.
Top Entry Level Employers for 2009 Includes company description and links to company home and career pages.
Program Specific Sites
Maine Conservation Corp
Maine Conservation School
Back Door Jobs
The Student Conservation Association
National Recreation & Park Association
Disney College Program
Get Biology Jobs
Jobboard ~ Ecology & Biology
National Science Foundation
Association of Zoos and Aquariums
The Job Seeker
The Nature Conservancy
Environmental Jobs and Careers
Other Job Specific Sites
STATE OF MAINE: Job listings for the State of Maine. These sites
also provide information on education and training, job searching
resources and more. Check out National Classified Job Lisings for links
to other Maine newspapers.
Maine Career Center
Department of Labor
Maine Job Hunter
Job Postings within the University of Maine System
Maine Association of Nonprofits (MNAP)
For additional assistance with any of the above resources, please visit Career Services in Powers Hall, 2nd Floor.