Tired of sifting through the same job boards? Give these a try to zero in on what you’re searching for.
Anthology is different than many other job boards in that it prioritizes confidentiality and discreteness to help job seekers currently employed stay informed about other opportunities with ease.
How does it work? You list the requirements of your next ideal gig, Anthology sends you matches and you can express your interest in the role. If you vote yes, and the employer does too, it’s a match! From there a formal introduction between job seeker and employer is made.
Wondering what companies are using Anthology to find candidates? Amazon, Facebook Netflix and Microsoft just to name a few.
Big Shoes Network
Big Shoes Network is a niche job board that specifically caters to professionals in advertising, communications, graphic design, marketing, public relations, social media and web design.
There’s two regions to choose from: Big Shoes Midwest (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois) and Big Shoes South (Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina) to look for the latest openings, and some of the best, in the advertising and public relations industry.
CoolWorks is for high-energy adventure seekers that are a fan of the outdoors. “From national parks to ski resorts, dude ranches to retreat centers, and everything in between” is a glimpse of the opportunities you’ll find navigating this site.
The Creative Ham
The Creative Ham is another niche job board that you’ll want to know about if you’re looking for a job in advertising. This site is dedicated to listing opportunities from the world’s top creative advertising agencies and then some.
FlexJobs is all about finding opportunities that have some kind of flexible component whether it’s telecommuting, part-time, flex schedules or freelance. It’s team is dedicated to finding high-quality, legitimate jobs for professionals that offer flexibility.
It’s not free, but not expensive either at about $15 per month. If you want someone to do the leg work and save time they’ll sort through what flexible jobs are too good to be true and which are worth your time.
You might be wondering, why does it come at a cost? Well, FlexJobs is all about answering to the job seeker, not advertisers, not companies. This way they can have dedicated people behind the scenes diligently researching and finding the best flexible jobs out there.
Good Food Jobs
This is the place to find some of the most interesting and unlikely jobs that are all about good grub. “A job search tool, designed to link people looking for meaningful food work with the businesses that need their energy, enthusiasm, and intellect” this place to find your next opportunity is truly one of a kind.
And how do friends, turned business partners define a “good food job?” A pursuit involving the efforts to nourish one’s own life, and the lives of others.
Looking to find a job at a university? HigherEdJobs might be your answer. This job board is all about jobs in higher education, in all areas that make a college run. We’re not just talking professors.
With over 39,000 jobs from institutions all over the country all over the world, it’s your best resources if you’re looking to land a job in the world of higher education.
The Idealist is a job board that focuses on closing “the gap between intention and action by connecting people, organizations, ideas, and resources” for the purpose to do good in the world.
From volunteer opportunities to professional roles at non-profits, The Idealist may be the job board for you if you’re focused on finding a job where your skills and ideas can truly make an impact.
Looking to find freelance opportunities? UpWork connects companies like Airbnb and Dropbox with talented, freelancing professionals in areas from design to customer service, software development to corporate law.