In a similar way to the Job Centre Online, these job boards are not geared towards any industry in particular but should be a good source of open positions in many sectors nonetheless. They are great if you have broad skills that could suit many different types of role.
If you want to browse vacancies across various job sectors for then use the following job searches. These searches will generally give you the most results but also require a little more effort on your part to filter through to the ones you really want to look at.
Many of these sites will allow you to really target your search by location, job title, salary and industry so take advantage of these filters to get results most closely related to your career goals and desires. To gauge the competition for roles in your area, some of the sites below will indicate the number of applications that a vacancy has had through their system and this is useful to you as it can help steer you in the direction of least resistance in terms of competition if you just want any job as fast as possible. This is something that the Job Centre do not tell you but it can be very useful indeed.
Workcircle is a job search engine that searches multiple job boards, agency websites and direct employers across the UK to help you find a job faster.
Reed dates all the way back to 1995 and is most definitely one of the biggest and best job search websites in the UK. It has over 2 million jobseekers visit the site each month so join them today for a wider range of jobs.
The clue is in the name here, JobSearch is part of Trinity Mirror Digital Recruitment and across their range of sites they receive over 1.8 million visitors a month.
This recruitment giant covers 38 countries across the world and claims to have the largest database of CVs in the UK which is why many recruiters make Monster their first stop when looking for suitable candidates.
JobServe claims to be the very first online recruitment service after starting in 1993 as a daily email service for IT professionals. Now it covers 17 industry sectors and rather than just email, you can choose to receive job alerts via RSS or SMS text too.
In 2008 Jobsite embarked on the largest recruitment advertising campaign ever and this has drawn millions of new visitors and meant a greater interest from recruiters and agencies.
This general search portal covers many things other than jobs and because of this lack of focus, their job search is not the most user friendly and does not have nearly as many results as other websites.
Measured by independent source Hitwise, Total Jobs has held the number one position in market share since 2006 with over 3.4 million visits each and every month and more than 100,000 online vacancies.
A general job search site that is also specialised in jobs of a part time nature. If you want a job in the evenings, at the weekend or just to fit around your other responsibilities then this is the place to go.
More general job searches will be added in the near future, so come back regulalry to discover new job websites.