University of Notre Dame (Private): Access to these resources is limited to individuals with an active Notre Dame NetID and password.
- Career Shift
- Go IRISH
- Vault Career Insider
- Versatile Ph.D.
- Hesburgh Libraries Career Resources
Company websites: Most businesses and organizations have a "Career Opportunity" tab to promote themselves as "a great place to work" and specific positions they are seeking to fill. The majority invite you to apply directly online.
Glassdoor: Repository of career/job information including preparing for interviews, comparing salaries, and researching companies. Using this student-specific link and your ND email, you will have unlimited access to career resources (such as company information, salary information, and typical interview questions) without having to create an account or submit content and personal information.
Insight Into Diversity, INSIGHT Into Diversity (formerly the Affirmative Action Register) is a 35-year-old national magazine and premier source of information for one million readers monthly seeking in-depth news, reports and commentary on issues surrounding all aspects of diversity and inclusion. Highly regarded for its extensive career opportunity listings, INSIGHT Into Diversity continues to successfully connect employers to the most highly qualified individuals regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation.
International Jobs: U.S. Department of State list of international job boards and opportunities.
Geneva Jobs: Network for International Development, Health, Aid, Environment Jobs and Consultancies in Switzerland and Europe.
Global Jobs: NGOs, Think Tanks, Government and Private Sector opportunities for global professionals.
LinkedIn: Leverage the world’s largest professional network to connect with opportunity. Use LinkedIn Jobs to harness the power of your network and get hired. LinkedIn Jobs surfaces insights such as whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.
LinkedIn also offers jobs in each of its Groups, which can only be seen by group members. As a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame, you will want to network with individuals who align with your education, experience, and discipline. Seek out ND affiliated LI groups such as ND Alumni and discipline-specific groups like ND Engineers or ND Graduate Career Services to expand your online network and professional outreach.
LinkUp: Job search engine that indexes jobs exclusively from company websites. Tip: Use "Ph.D." as a keyword in search!
Minority Postdoc: Postdoctoral & professional job/opportunity advertisements for all employment sectors: academia, industry, government, non-profits
The Muse: Provides career advice and looks at professional trends--not your father's job board! Note: we've already applied a Ph.D. filter to the link for easier navigating.
PhDs.org: Resource library for the strategic job search, from finding current openings to landing the interview.
Professional Organizations: Many discipline-specific professional organizations host job boards for the exclusive use of their members (e.g. IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). This is an excellent way to find targeted opportunities aligned with your interest and skill--an added benefit is that most associations have career resources such as document preparation tips, job search strategies, and negotiating techniques.
Wetfeet: Examine employment trends, find job search advice and research careers and industries.
*Listings do not imply endorsement by the University of Notre Dame nor Graduate Career Services. The resources are provided as potential information sources only.