Explore, apply and grow.

As a UniSA student, there is a wide range of career options available to you.

UniSA Career Services + USASA Careers have a multitude of opportunities, including casual roles, graduate jobs, internships and volunteers positions - all designed to fit in with your academic timetable. 

Explore the categories below to find out more:
Jobs for the enthusiastic, strategic and curious:

UniSA Careers: Casual / Part-time roles
Careerlink People Solutions - Part Time Payroll Officer - closes 20 May
Hessel Group - Disability Support Worker - closes 31 May
DXC Technology - Software Engineer - closes 31 Dec
The Smith Family - Learning Club Tutor - closes 24 Dec
Westpac Banking Corporation - IT Service Desk Operator - closes 31 May
Elevate Education - Seminar Presenter - closes 30 June
 + more here

USASA Careers: Graduate Roles 
Australian Bureau Of Statistics - Finance Graduate Recruitment | Data Graduate Recruitment - closes 18 May
MYOB - Future Makers Academy - closes 24 May
FDM Group - Software Development - closes 31 May
SIG Trading - Graduate Quantitative Trader 2021 - closes 31 May

Find more opportunities here
Become an Ally with UniSA’s Ally Network

Today (17 May) is the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia – a day dedicated to supporting and celebrating all people of diverse genders, sexes and sexualities and raising awareness for the work still needed.
UniSA has recently announced the establishment of an Ally Network to support and promote an environment of inclusivity and empowerment, ensuring that all students and staff can safely study and work, free of harassment or discrimination. If you’re passionate about supporting and respecting our students who are gender and sexually diverse, then we invite you to become a UniSA Ally!
Allies can be people who identify as sexually or gender diverse and those who do not, but they must be committed to ongoing learning and self-reflection.
Visit the Ally Network website to find out more, register your interest in becoming an Ally, and access resources to improve your understanding and knowledge of the issues affecting the gender and sexually diverse community.
Give something back to the community by volunteering.
UniSA Careers: Volunteer Roles
The Smith Family - Volunteer Administration/Customer Service Assistant - closes 31 July
St John Ambulance - First Aid Volunteer - closes Jan 2021
Holiday Explorers - Volunteer and go on holiday - closes Dec 2021
Conservation Volunteers Australia  - Determining Microplastics in aquatic environments - closes 19 May
Australian Network on Disability - PACE Mentoring - closes 14 Jun

More volunteer opportunities here
In need of some industry experience? Now is a great time to apply for those summer internships.
Here is your opportunity to learn more about the role, tasks and industry that you have been studying.* Build your portfolio of knowledge.
UniSA Careers: Internship, Cadetship & Vacation Opportunities
Department of Defence (DMO)
ASD Internship Program – Business Specialist - closes 7 Jun
ASD Internship Program – Analyst and Technologist - closes 7 Jun
Oz Minerals Ltd
Vacation Student Placement - closes 14 Jun

USASA Careers: Internship Opportunities
The Intern Group
- Arts Internships - closes 29 May
Teaching & Education - closes 29 May
Project Everest Ventures
Social Impact Humanities & Development Internship - closes 1 Feb
Social Impact Science Internship- closes 1 Feb
Social Impact Business Internship - closes 1 Feb
Social Impact Engineering Internship - closes 1 Feb

More internship opportunities here

*If you are looking for an internship to do as a part of your UniSA course, it is important that you check with your course coordinator when choosing an internship or activity, to ensure it is approved as a part of your program.
With so many things turning to the online world - now is a good time to make sure your online presence is an asset, rather than a liability.

Social networking sites are a great way to stay in touch with friends and fam­ily, organise events and share photos and videos.

However, recruiters are increasingly using these networks as a way of vetting applications. So as you start thinking about applying for jobs, it is cru­cial that you ensure that your online persona aligns with your career goals.

Tips for making social media work for you
  • Be aware: Google yourself regularly to see what information about you is out there for anyone to find
  • Be proactive: Use networking to help you develop and maintain your reputation and relationships
  • Be consistent: Make your personal brand consistent across any platform that is accessible to a potential employer
  • Be knowledgeable: Get to know what people in your target field are interested in hearing about to ensure your messages hit the target.
Click here to read the full article.
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Business and Management
Creative Arts
Engineering and Mathematics
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
IT and Computer Science
Law, Legal Studies and Justice
Medical and Health Sciences
Property and Built Environment
Teaching and Education
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