UniSA Career Services promotes a range of different employment opportunities via our online jobs board, UniSA CareerHub for all UniSA students and graduates. These positions include casual and part-time or full-time employment, graduate and vacation opportunities, internships as well as a range of local and international volunteering opportunities.
|Some opportunities may be related to your area of study however, we appreciate that sometimes you just need to earn some cash to pay the bills, or simply want to build some experience. UniSA CareerHub has a range of different opportunities, and we suggest to check the site regularly, as new opportunities are added all the time.|
|Are you a Chinese student at UniSA? UniSA has an online portal just for you, delivered in partnership with LockinChina. For information on the Chinese labour market, information on preparing for employment in China, as well as a range of employment opportunities, check out the ‘Find Jobs in China’ page.|
Why not WORK at UniSA as well as study? Jobs on Campus give you the chance to work while you are studying, helping you to gain valuable experience and add to your resume. Employers are looking for much more than academic performance - they value initiative, leadership, communication and many other skills that you can build through part-time and casual work.
Take a look at current opportunities on campus here!
In addition, this same online portal provides access to a range of different careers services including appointments, events, resources and news.
Here are some other job boards you might like to check out:
Job Boards specialising in Graduate Roles:
Internships and Work Placements
Seeking an internship or work placement to help broaden your experience and help inform your career plan? Please visit Internships & Work Placements for further information.
Graduate Programs for next year are open at the beginning of the calendar year and many will close in the first quarter of that year. Many are advertised on UniSA CareerHub but you need to look more broadly. Need assistance in developing an application? Then visit one of our Career Services Drop-Ins and a careers staff-member will be able to help you.
For information on Graduate Opportunites, please click here.
If you need assistance to find work, please visit UniSA Self-Help Career Resources page. You’ll find many articles, tips and hints, and other valuable resources to support your search for employment.
Remember to check out your weekly Careers eNews to see what new work opportunities have recently been posted on UniSA CareerHub.
Should you still require further assistance, please visit our Career Advice page.