Career support services

Careers and Employability offers a range of resources and services to assist current students and recent graduates in planning and developing their careers and employability. These range from career information resources, 'how to' guides, self-paced employability modules, career and networking events and personalised career guidance.


myMurdoch Career portal

myMurdoch Career is an online careers portal exclusive to Murdoch students, graduates and staff, as well as employers wanting to promote their opportunities to the Murdoch community.

Login to myMurdoch Career to:

  • Access career and employability resources

    For job search support tailored to your study area our downloadable job search toolkits (by area of study) are aimed to improve your job application writing, interview skills and professional LinkedIn profile. You can also search our quick guides on a range of employability topics and career information for various study areas.

  • View the jobs board

    The jobs board lists opportunities advertised by employers seeking Murdoch students and recent graduates. Search for current opportunities including graduate employment, internships and part-time or casual jobs. You can also include "expired jobs" in your search, for researching employers and opportunities in your field of interest.

  • Register for Careers Fairs and other industry networking events

    Browse upcoming events that link you with employers. Get along to find out about student and graduate opportunities and develop your professional network.

Boost your employability

Give yourself the competitive edge by completing our self-paced online Boost Your Employability modules to suit your needs anytime, anywhere. There are three modules available, as well as a range of resources.

  • Module 1: Discover - You and Career Ideas

    Need help with your study and career choices?

  • Module 2: Explore and learn from experience

    Need help finding experience?

  • Module 3: Engage and compete in the job market

    Need help with your job application writing and interview skills?

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Facebook and LinkedIn

Engage with us on Facebook to receive regular posts on job search / employability tips, key events, jobs and other real world experience.

Connect with us on LinkedIn to increase your visibility and reach in industry. We also share work updates from Murdoch students and recent graduates as well as industry information and opportunities (we have over 2,800 connections!)

Opportunities do not float like clouds in the sky. They're attached to people. If you're looking for an opportunity, you're really looking for a person.Reid Hoffman (co-founder of LinkedIn)

Receive individual career guidance

Depending on your query we may recommend a half hour one-on-one appointment with our Career Development Advisor, who can assist you with:

  • professional career guidance and advice
  • career planning and the developing an employability or job search strategy
  • interview practice for an upcoming job interview.

Appointments are available online, via Zoom and subject to availability. They do not currently include job application reviews / feedback.

When to start

We are here to assist all Murdoch students at each stage of your degree, whether you’re in your first or final year. Career development and increasing your employability is an ongoing learning process and an important part of your university experience.

Stay curious and open to opportunity as a student. It is a safe place to try something new, discover more about yourself and explore where and how you might like to use your degree in the changing world of work. You also need to set yourself apart; your qualification is only one line on your resume.

We hope you enjoy the journey.

 

Career help during your degree

Right from the start of your degree through to completion, we can help you design your career as you study.

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Postgraduate and graduate assistance

Gain assistance developing your career with our services for postgraduate students and recent graduates.

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Start planning your career