JobNet Job Search
Search by a region in Wisconsin, or within states nearby--links are
provided to county Job Centers and the Wisconsin Job Service
Job Bank (of America's Job Bank)
You may register, create, and post an online
résumé for jobs in the state(s) you designate.
The search option may be used by registered and unregistered
users to find posted jobs (in Wisconsin and other states).
of Employment Relations (State of Wisconsin)
Information related to employment opportunities include:
Materials to Apply for State Jobs; Information About
Wisconsin Employment Opportunities; Wisconsin Current
Employment Opportunities (updated weekly); Unclassified
State and Other Public Sector Positions (updated weekly);
and weekly announcements in a Word document (that may be
downloaded and extracted).
Openings: K-12 Education (and other WI State Government
The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has integrated its job listing
into the general State of Wisconsin database. Select
Education (or any government agency) from Categories, and identify the
education sector (e.g., K-12 [and subcategory], College/University [and
Note: A user ID and
password are required for some job seeking activities (e.g., creating online applications, profile updates, advanced search, etc.). (Read
statements within the FAQs directory if additional information is
Department of Labor/state of Minnesota)
Public access. (CareerOneStop is an alternative site for America's
Job Bank, which was discontinued on July 1, 2007.) Find Your State
Job Bank through a clickable map or drop-down menu. Major
directories for Employers and Job Seekers are included. Additional
directories are related to career exploration, occupations,
education, salary, etc. The
Resumes and Interviews directory provides useable information
for first-time and transitional job seekers.
Related Web sites include:
(U.S. Office of Personnel Management)
the various options within the
Search database to identify federal employment opportunities by
using keyword searches and alphabetical lists. Register (SS# required)
and use the Résumé Builder (post and edit), and take advantage of
other services such as online applications and an e-mail notification
Users of commercial or noncommercial online résumé services and job
Search Engine E-Recruiting Association, Inc., Indianapolis, IN)
no cost service for job seekers--underwritten by member companies of
the E-Recruiting Association, which is a nonprofit organization. Job
seekers can register for an account with DirectEmployers, and use this
service to: create and post an online résumé
manage your résumé, use the Web sites of companies to submit a job application, create a
personal "job agent," develop preferences for scheduled job
searches, participate in forums or discussion boards, and take
advantage of other job-related services.
Find jobs or applicants posted in the "public" section
of Headhunter.net. Also, you may register, create a
résumé, and have it posted on the public
section without a fee.
A database with current job listings and company
profiles. Job searches may be conducted with or without an
email address. The interface to the databases allows the
user to enter relevant specifications.
Job search option by state and city, and a keyword field
to give more specificity to the categories that are listed.
A résumé may be posted after you register (an
email address is required). Message boards may be view by
unregistered visitors, however, registration is required for
message posting and chat room options.
MedZilla provides employer and job seeker services for biotechnology,
pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and science. Job seekers can post (and
update) a résumé, access a forum and articles, and search for jobs
within MedZilla client companies.
The Riley Guide provides employment opportunities and
job resources on the Internet. Job seekers and recruiters
may post information relative to their interest in obtaining
or listing a job.
(Verticalnet, Inc., Horsham, PA)
Ad-supported. This site includes commercial products and services, and access to job
announcements (by using their search system or list). Assessable
articles include topics related to: job search strategies, résumé
writing, interviewing, etc. Register as CareerMag.com member and access
their services for: job agents, résumé management, cover letters, and online storage for a job search.
(National Association of Colleges and Employers, Bethlehem, PA
This site focuses on career development and job search
options for college graduates. It has links to: job information (by
field), employment centers, career offices, colleges and universities,
industry information, and more. The help guides and career resources
library section has links to career assessment tools and information,
job search guides, résumé writing, job
interviewing, career course syllabi, graduate and professional schools,
HigherEdJobs.com is a free (or ad-supported) service for
individuals who are seeking administrative, faculty, and
other positions at colleges and universities within the U.S. and Canada. This service
includes a search option, and organized directories that
make searching quick and easy.
Chronicle of Higher Education Career Network
Job announcements from the Chronicle of Higher
Education. Various search options are available. Chronicle
subscribers have a "Premium Search" option, which allows
electronic access to job announcements approximately one
week prior to the printed version of the Chronicle. Your ID
and Password are required for the Premium Search