Where should I look for part-time work?

From websites, to newspapers, networking to door-knocking, there are many ways to approach finding the right part-time or casual job to suit your schedule and lifestyle choice. When applying for a job, it is best to prepare a neatly presented resume which details your past work experience and highlights any relevant skills that will make you ideal for the position.

Newspapers

The West Australian newspaper: Wednesday and Saturday editions feature employment sections

Websites 

GumTree (www.gumtree.com.au): Jobs in every industry, free and easy to use.

Seek (www.seek.com.au): A comprehensive online resource for jobseekers in Australia.

Student Edge (www.studentedge.com.au): In addition to providing great discounts for students in Australia at many retailers and eateries, the Student Edge website has a Job Search function designed for students.

CareerOne (www.careerone.com.au): A comprehensive online resource for jobseekers.

Locanto Jobs Perth (www.perth.locanto.com.au/Jobs/J/): Jobs in every industry, free and easy to use.

SpotJobs.com (http://www.spotjobs.com/jobs/in-perth-6000): Ideal for students who are looking for casual, part-time or temporary work.

Neuvoo (http://au.neuvoo.com/en): Free job search engine.

Jooble (http://au.jooble.org/jobs-part+time-jobs): Search full-time and part-time jobs in any part of Australia.

Jobbydoo (https://www.jobbydoo-au.com/part-time-jobs-perth-(wa)): A secure platform aggregating job vacancies from all Australian career sites, job boards and recruitment agencies.

Networking 

Be proactive in your community!  Join groups, attend events, meet people and take advantage of the opportunities that might present themselves

In Person 

Many small businesses prefer to meet you in person when you apply for work. Introduce yourself at retail stores, cafes and restaurants in your area, or in areas that have convenient public transport facilities, and politely request to leave your resume for any vacancies that might be suitable.