These links provide guidance to help you market yourself to prospective employers and prepare for interviews. Keep checking back; we’ll be updating this page regularly.
The Coconino County Career Center has a wealth of information and events for job seekers. Be sure to check out the JOBS 2010 workshop calendar.
Indeed: Simple job search and information on salaries and trends.
Monster: Job search and career resources. Post your resume so employers can find you.
The Ladders: “100K+ jobs for $100K+ talent.” Job resource for executives.
Dice: Jobs for technology professionals.
Career Builder: The largest job search site.
Resume writing tips from Monster.Com. Learn how to write a resume that gets your prospective employer’s attention. Dozens of articles on resume-related topics.
Salary Wizard®. Find out what you’re worth using Salary.com’s online tool. You can also see how Flagstaff’s cost of living compares to that of other places.
How to Use Social Media in Your Job Search Using LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to Job Search. Interesting About.com article.
Flagstaff Rotary Club. Get involved in your community and meet people from a wide range of professions.
City of Flagstaff
Are you a trailing partner to a professional who has recently been hired in Flagstaff?
If so, we can help you make connections and identify job opportunities…
We’ll meet with you to learn about your background, give you an orientation to Northern Arizona’s culture and lifestyle, identify major employers and the types of jobs they offer… and even tour Flagstaff with you. We can also “host” you at local business and professional events. Since our hosts have extensive business relationships community wide, they can help you make invaluable contacts.
If you and your partner are traveling to Flagstaff, please give us as much advance notice as possible so we can arrange a tour and introductions.
To request this service, contact Creag Znetko, Economic Development Administrative Specialist, at (928) 213-2906, firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAU Partner Assistance Program
NAU also offers assistance to domestic partners of new hires as part of its commitment to recruitment and retention. Interested spouses or domestic partners must apply to the Human Resources Department at NAU and may be elegible for benefits such as library and parking privileges, as well as access to the Employee Assistance and Wellness Office, on-campus housing, and other university facilities. Learn more…