Career Search: Internship & Jobs

An internship or work experience builds experience in your field and helps you make connections. Getting started may be the toughest task, which is why we list out our recommended websites and opportunities for you to look for internship, part-time, casual and full-time positions!

1. Internship subjects
A great place to start is through internship subjects to gain practical experience in your area of study. University of Melbourne provides internship and fieldwork subjects across various faculties, which you can fine in the Handbook or on your faculty website. It is important to plan ahead, so make sure to add them to your study plan!

2. Kalibrr
Did you know you can look for jobs in this very website? PPIA Unimelb collaborates with Kalibrr Indonesia to ensure our members are provided with the latest information on career advice and opportunities. There are more than 500 companies hiring on Kalibrr, such as accenture, GO-JEK, Bank Mandiri, VICE, and many more! Simply click to our Careers page, or visit Kalibrr’s official website.

3. Careers Online
University of Melbourne also provides a platform for students to search for a variety of work opportunities including jobs on campus, casual or part-time employment, voluntary work, and even overseas placement. Melbourne Careers also hosts events that will help you develop your professional skills such as employment strategies and job interview workshops. Click here to visit their website!

4. Scout by Broadsheet
Scout is Broadsheet’s employment website that shortlists jobs in Melbourne and Sydney. They post jobs in the retail, hospitality, advertising & marketing, media & digital, and design & architecture industries. Once you find the suitable job for you, you can apply directly through their site. Visit their website here to start searching!

5. Seek
The last website we recommend to look for work opportunities is Seek. Seek provides thousands of job classifications including IT, engineering, administration and sales. Besides providing a wide set of opportunities, Seek also provides company reviews and career advice. You can create your profile on the site to let employers find you, too! You can visit their website here.

If you still haven’t found the right position for you from these top 5, you can also search for jobs on Pedestrian/jobs, Indeed, and Victoria Gov Careers. Now have your resume and cover letters prepared and apply away!

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