Employment Websites for Quinlan School of Business Students
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The world's foremost specialist forum for MBAs seeking jobs or assignments and jobs seeking MBAs.
An online career-services provider in New York that can be used to find senior-level contract positions paying between $85 and $200 an hour. You'll receive a monthly e-newsletter listing three to 10 jobs, including some full-time positions paying $100,000 to $200,000 in annual base salary.
Assists in searches for jobs from entry to senior level, including ones that don't require MBAs. Store up to five resumes and cover letters as well as save jobs that interest you in an online folder.
80% of postings are for jobs outside the US. Store up to five resumes and read profiles describing several of the more than 800 employers that post jobs there.
The world's leading site for MBA Applicants, MBA students, and the World MBA Tour.
Looking for top MBA jobs? Search Vault's MBA Job Board. Top MBA jobs are searchable in categories from Consulting to General Management.
Resource guide for job seeking MBAs.
6 Figure Jobs
A site that advertises jobs paying an annual base salary and bonus of at least $100,000. While membership is free, it's open only to those who complete an application that shows they have previously earned at least $100,000 a year and have six or more years of professional work experience.
WorkTree.com is truly the largest job search portal in the world. The most complete and up-to-date job search tool for the online job seeker. Since 1999 WorkTree.com has been helping thousands of smart job seekers daily find more jobs and much faster.
NSHMBA (National Society of Hispanic MBAs)
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs lists about 150 to 200 new jobs a month. To access the listings, you must become a member, which costs from $20 to $60 a year, and includes discounts to networking events and a two-year subscription to Latina Magazine, among other benefits.
NBMBAA (National Black MBA Association)
Jobs from the Chicago-based National Black M.B.A. Association, NBMBAA.org. More than 1,000 jobs listed, from internships to senior level, in 20 career fields including accounting, engineering, human resources, legal and health care.
About 5,000 jobs at any given time in a range of industries. Jobs are from entry to senior level, paying $25,000 to $200,000 or more.
More than 1,000 ads for mostly mid- and entry-level jobs. Membership is required to search postings and costs about $99 a year, which includes career counseling and discounts to in-person networking events.
Sports-related jobs at the mid-to senior level. Women's Sports Services launched the site earlier this month. Annual membership for the service is $129.
Jobs at colleges and universities. Jobs are not limited to women studies, and you need not be a woman to apply.
A free list serve with one to two leads a day for jobs in new media at companies nationwide, among other information. Members receive emails when new information is posted or in a daily digest.
Jobs for contract position, from entry to senior level. You don't have to be a woman to swap job leads and other tips on Women in Consulting. Subscribe to the list by sending a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The most listings for consulting jobs. More than 550 jobs listed, about a third based in the US, with the rest mostly in the UK. You also can submit your resume for review by 10 executive-search firms.
Consulting Magazine, a bimonthly publication from Kennedy Information Inc. in Peterborough, N.H., typically posts more than 60 job ads on this website. Icons flag the firms that Consulting Magazine named as being the best to work for.
Jobs with annual base salaries of $100,000 or more. To search the listings, you must sign up for membership, which starts at $25 a month and includes a weekly e-newsletter on job hunting. Annual subscribers also receive a 15-minute resume consultation by phone.
An executive-networking organization sets a $100,000 minimum base salary on the jobs it will publish. Membership in Netshare runs from $37.50 a month to $395 annually. The site adds about 75 to 100 new positions daily.
An executive-networking organization with online and offline forums, also has a site that offers job listings for professionals at the $100,000 and above annual-income level. Membership starts at $39 a month and includes a resume critique.
Jobs in the $70,000-plus annual base salary range. Annual subscribers also can have their resumes distributed to up to 100 executive-search firms that post jobs on the site.
Employers and executive-search firms post about five to 10 new jobs a week at its discussions board. The jobs are mostly in the U.S., from entry to senior level, and pay annual salaries between $50,000 and $100,000.
Jobs for mid- to senior-level positions requiring SOX experience and paying between $40,000 and $225,000 in annual salary.
Accounting and finance job boards. Both sites allow free posting of resumes.
Advertising employers are mostly corporations and the jobs pay annual salaries ranging from $50,000 to more than $100,000.
A group of HR pros who share leads on jobs that pay a minimum of $100,000 annually and aren't advertised. Membership is $160 for four months.
SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management)
Society for Human Resource Management. The industry's largest association offers more search options than most HR job sites --certification, salary ranges, education, industry, specialty and more.
Find jobs in compensation and benefits. They are posted from mainly U.S.-based Fortune 1,000 companies and search-firm recruiters.
If you're not actively job hunting but are interested in what's out there, you may want to fill out a candidate profile. You'll be contacted if your background matches a search assignment for one of its 20 clients, which include Fortune 500 companies. The firm specializes in searches at the director, vice president and manager level for generalist, organizational-development and talent-acquisition positions.
A website from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in Washington, D.C., posts about 500 to 800 new openings daily. All federal agencies are required to advertise vacancies on the site, although some are excluded for security purposes.
Abridged listings to it simpler to find a match. Subscriptions run from $39.95 for a year to $12.95 for a month. It's free to receive daily email job notifications.
Emails abridged federal-job announcements to its subscribers - the site doesn't post jobs online. The daily service costs $12 for three months or $24 for a year. The postings, based on information from agency websites, include links to agencies' employment pages where job hunters can submit applications.
If you know which government agency you want to work for, visit this site for a list of links to the career centers at 142 agency websites.
Much more information than the typical online job ad. Postings include such details as the size and type of employers' customers, average sales cycle and travel requirements. More than 60,000 mid- to senior-level jobs are posted from U.S. search firms and employers in 29 industries, including software, entertainment, automotive and food and beverage.
MSA Jobs (Medical Sales Associates)
Pharmaceutical or biotechnology sales jobs from the search firm Medical Sales Associates Inc. in Arlington Heights, Ill.
Sales jobs in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medicine and science fields.
This site lets job hunters post a short write-up about themselves on a page called "Technical Sales People Looking for Work". To post your ad, write to email@example.com with "sales blog" in the subject line.
About 1,000 mostly U.S.-based employers regularly post jobs on this site. Different career fields, including accounting, engineering and sales are represented and jobs range from entry to senior level and pay annual salaries from $20,000 to $200,000.