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
Elevate Education
Seminar Presenter - closes 30 Jun
The Trustee for NHWS Trust
E-Commerce: Website Developer - closes 14 Jun

Paradise Out of School Hours Care
Qualified OSHC Educator - closes 14 Jun

Community Living Options
Person-Centred Support Workers (Mental Health) - closes 22 Jun

Australian Government Digital Emerging Talent Programs
Australian Government Digital Cadetship Program - closes 29 Jun

Glenn & Herriot (Full Time Role - Exclusive to UniSA)
- Graduate Accountant
- closes 18 Jun

USASA Careers: Graduate Roles 
Services Australia - National Graduate Program 
- Legal - closes 26 Jun
- Social Work - closes 26 Jun
- Finance - closes 26 Jun
- Data Analytics - closes 26 Jun
- Communication - closes 26 Jun

Australian Defence Force - Royal Australian Navy
Electronics Engineer Submariner - closes 30 Jun
- Mechanical Engineer Submariner - closes 30 Jun
- Electronics Engineer - closes 30 Jun

Santos - 2020 Vacation Program 
- Technical - closes 30 Jun
- Finance - closes 30 Jun

Westpac Group Australia
- 2020 Join our Talent Community - closes 31 Jul

Find more opportunities here
Give back to the community by volunteering.
UniSA Careers: Volunteer Roles
The Smith Family
- Volunteer Administration/Customer Service Assistant - closes 31 Jul
- Learning Club Tutor - closes 24 Dec

St John Ambulance Australia SA Inc
- First Aid Volunteer - closes 29 Jan

Holiday Explorers
- Volunteer and go on a Holiday - closes 31 Dec

Australian Network on Disability
- Mentoring Opportunities for students with a disability - closes 14 Jun

Web Developer to Help Job Seekers Through COVID-19 - closes 18 Jun

UN Youth South Australia
 Materials Officer - 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
Oz Minerals Ltd
- Vacation Student Placement 2020/2021 - closes 14 Jun
Crown Solicitor's Office
- Summer Clerk Program - closes 15 Jun

SA Tourism Commission (unpaid – course credit)
- 2021 Santos Tour Down Under: Business Internships - closes 17 Jul

USASA Careers: Internship Opportunities
Aurecon Australia
- 2020/21 Internship Programme - closes 9 Aug
Deutsche Bank

- 2020 Aspiring Talent Programme Internship - closes 11 Jun
- 2020 Vacation Program Technical - closes 30 Jun
- 2020 Vacation Program Finance - closes 30 Jun

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.
How does your CV rate?

Did you know that in many organisations a 'robot' may read your resume before a person does?

Use the CV360 feature to get detailed feedback on how your resume would perform if screened by a machine - then optimise your CV to boost your chances of getting an interview. See more here.

Job search skills you need from the very start

Do you want to hit the ground running? Whether you're a graduate, switching careers, returning to the workforce after hiatus or you need a reminder of the basics. Learn some of the most important boxes to tick during the early stages of the application process. 
  1. Self-awareness
  2. Networking
  3. Curiosity
  4. Presenting
  5. Interpersonal Skills
Read the full 6 points here

More things UniSA Careers: Job Hunting | Workshops | Career News
Your tweets live on forever: clean up your digital footprint to make sure your online presence works in your favour when it comes to landing that graduate job.

With the average Australian aged 18–24 spending almost 14 hours a week on social media, it’s no surprise that many of them have created an online version of themselves that exists apart from the real-life graduate who’s hoping for acceptance into a competitive graduate career. 

Will recruiters really enter your name into Google or Facebook and see what they can dredge up? The short answer is yes: a 2017 survey of 2,300 hiring managers and human resource professionals found that 70 percent of them regularly screened prospective employees using social media.

Steps for managing your digital footprint
  1. Take the measure of your digital footprint 
  2. Manage your digital footprint on individual websites and social media platforms
    - Facebook
    - Twitter
    - Instagram 
    - Google
    - Apple
  3. Build a positive online reputation
  4. Staying on top of your digital footprint
This online ghost–one’s ‘digital footprint’– comprises of all the online data that’s associated with you, from photos and text posts on social media platforms to aggregated information about your browsing and online shopping habits. And unfortunately, just like a more conventional phantom, this online ghost can come back to haunt you: especially if recruiters happen across something that reflects poorly on your character and conduct.

Click here to read the full article.
Explore USASA Careers
Look who's hiring students that have studied your degree:
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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