Consider these sites to help start your job search.
When it comes to finding your next IT position, the number of job sites at your disposal is a bit overwhelming. If you are not exactly sure what sites to use, here is a list to consider:
Apex Systems IT Careers
View Apex’s openings and search for positions by keyword, job title and location. If you are not ready to apply, join Apex’s Talent Network to receive alerts and relevant communication.
LinkedIn is the largest professional networking platform online. Job seekers can use LinkedIn for their job search in many ways, such as letting recruiters know they are in the market, searching and applying for jobs, getting referred, following companies of interest and much more!
Traditional Job Sites
Indeed is actually a job search engine versus a job board. It includes job postings from all over the web, including other job boards and online sources. Indeed users can upload their resume, search for positions, research salaries, and more.
Monster is a great source for opportunities. Besides posting your resume and searching for jobs, you can also access all sorts of career advice articles.
CareerBuilder is like Monster as it offers similar resources and tools that job seekers can take advantage of.
Niche Job Sites
Dice is the top site for tech professionals to job search. Dice users can upload their resume, search through IT job openings and check out the latest tech news.
Stack Overflow is an online community geared towards programmers, developers and engineers. One unique feature of this site is it allows users to learn and share their knowledge by asking or answering technical questions. It also has a jobs section where job seekers can search by technology, location, salary and more.
GitHub is known for being one of the largest platforms for software development where users can share code and collaborate with other developers to build software. They also offer listings of development focused jobs from all over the world.
RubyNow is a job board that specifically lists positions requiring Ruby skills.
icrunchdata hosts a job posting platform focused on all things tech and data. The job board lists positions in big data, technology, BI, statistics, AI, software and analytics. Job seekers can create a profile and get matched to openings based on their skill set. Users can also check out content on trending topics and industry insights.
Healthcare IT Central
Healthcare IT Central is a site for healthcare IT professionals to find their next job. Job seekers can search and apply to positions, upload their resume and sign up for alerts.
Authentic Jobs is a board for creative professionals looking for their next web, design or tech job.
It is important to incorporate multiple resources in your job search to be efficient and effective. You can find more resources for your job search, resume writing, and interview process on the Apex Career Resources page. Using the sites above will start you off on the right foot.