General Job-Search Databases and Career Development Sites

  • The Black Collegian is a career site for professionals and students of color; ability to post resume/create profile, can filter by occupation, location, large company/agency. Currently posting a good number of social work-related opportunities.
  • Career Magazine is a site featuring job openings, employer profiles, articles, resume bank, cartoons, salary resources, and relocation information.
  • Careerbuilder.com  Job search tools
  • City of Seattle Jobs
  • Colors NW Careers is a job search database geared toward professionals of color in the Northwest, and is an offshoot of Colors NW Magazine. Seekers to search job listings, post their resume, register for a job search agent, and access other career resources to help with resume writing, interviewing, networking etc.
  • DevNetJobs is a database of national and international job postings in non-profits, NGOs, consulting, and more.
  • Execsearches 
  • Hiring Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is a job database owned and run by Asian Americans and other professionals dedicated to helping Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders identify career opportunities. 
  • The Idealist is very useful, nationwide database of job opportunities (entry level to executive) in non-profit sector.
  • Indeed  One Search. All Jobs.
  • King County (WA) Jobs
  • National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Position Listings includes jobs in admissions, counseling, health and wellness, housing/residential life, student affairs administration, student activities/union, and more.
  • Northwest Jobs
  • ONet Online Job Search
  • Philanthropy Northwest
  • Saludos is a job database that specializes in joining Hispanic bilingual professionals with opportunities. Also offers a Career Assessment and a link to the Saludos Magazine.
  • The USA Jobs website is managed by the U.S. Office for Personnel Management. Search for government jobs in all states and U.S. territories by one or two keywords.
  • UW Career Center is a great resource for students and alumni. Services are free to students! Check out their annual “Gold Career Guide” for helpful information and insights about resumes, cover letters, and more. Information about upcoming workshops and classes, as well as career-related podcasts, are available here.
  • Washington State Jobs
  • What Color is Your Parachute: The Net Guide This guide outlines uses of the Internet for job hunting and provides links to related sites. 
  • The Careers for Good website is an initiative of the National Human Services Assembly and their partners. This website "strives to inform job-seekers at all levels of the exciting and fulfilling career opportunities in the nonprofit human and community development sector. It is a resource made available through the collaborative efforts of many of the nation's most well-known and well-respected organizations."
  • WOIS Career Information System is a private, nonprofit organization that researches and distributes information about Washington careers, schools and training programs. Located in Olympia, Washington.  

Social Work-Specific Databases and other Career Resources