Local job boards
- The City of San Diego
- County of San Diego
- San Diego Jobing
- U-T San Diego
- San Diego Jobs
- Writing Jobs on Craigslist
Other California job boards
Also check other large California cities if you don’t mind moving.
Employer web sites
Company web sites are good place to look for jobs. Some examples are:
- SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation)
- BAE Systems
- University of California at San Diego
Click here for a full listing of companies in San Diego.
More job boards
Many job seekers find success by posting their resumes on online job boards such as Monster, Dice, or Careerbuilder. This is because recruiters and employers can find you.
In most cases, resumes can be posted anonymously to protect name, address, and other contact information, as well as current employment information. Once a resume is posted, companies who pay a fee to the job boards are permitted to perform a number of different types of searches to identify potential employees who meet their criteria.
All job seekers are permitted to perform free searches for open positions on these boards. Registered users of some of these sites are permitted to sign up for and configure custom search agents to deliver information by email about open positions meeting their criteria.
Posting a complete resume can be a lengthy process, but most sites employ wizard-type functionality to guide users through each of the required steps.
The following table is not exhaustive, but lists many of the top online job sites. You can also look for job search engines on Google.
NOTE: The jobs and information posted by these sources are the sole responsibility of the resource owner and are not vetted by STC.
|American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)||Biotech|
|Association for Women in Science (AWIS)||Biotech|
|Jobs in Healthcare||Healthcare|
|San Diego Nursing Job Board||Healthcare|
|California Nursing Job Board||Healthcare|
|National Council of Nonprofits||Non-profit|
|Environmental Career Center||Environmental|