Tips on Searching for Jobs
Searching jobs with Jobseeker is very easy. At its most basic, you’ll do three things :
- Enter a job title in the Keywords box (for example: ‘Accountant’, ‘Java Developer’)
- Enter which area you’d like to work in the Location box (‘Sydney NSW’, ‘Melbourne VIC’, ‘Chippendale 2008’)
- Click on the “Search Jobs” button. Jobseeker will then start doing some heavy lifting to bring you the best jobs in town!
Find Jobs in Surrounding Areas
By default, Jobseeker will try to find jobs in all areas within 50km from the location you’ve entered. You can change the radius by clicking on the drop down list marked as ‘Distance’ near the top of the result page.
Exact Phrases Search
To find jobs matching an exact phrase, put double quotes around the words.
For example: “project manager”
All searches made on Jobseeker are case insensitive. Therefore,
project manager or
Project Manager all return the same results.
Advanced job search tips
You can narrow down or broaden your search by using AND and NOT in your query.
For example, to search for Java jobs but NOT PHP jobs:
java NOT php
If you are looking for jobs that involve both Java AND PHP programming skills:
java AND php
Find Jobs From a Company or Recruiter
You can search jobs from a particular company or recruiter by entering the following query:
company:(COMPANY NAME HERE).
For example, to find jobs from IBM you can type:
Filter and Sort Search Results
Normally, Jobseeker can return thousands of jobs for a particular query. If that’s a bit much, you can use the left hand side navigation to refine the search results spectrum.
Currently, Jobseeker allows filtering by titles, locations, job types and sources.