At Swinburne, we’re dedicated to providing you with the strategies to manage your career success. If you’re a student or recent graduate, you can access an array of resources, such as workshops, events, job-boards and individual support, depending on your level of needs. 

Become familiar with our online tools and resources.

SwinEmploy

This is your go-to online destination for career services at Swinburne. You’ll find self-assessment tools, customised-learning resources, event information, job opportunities and much more. 

Career Start 

The Career Start Program will help you build professional resumes, cover letters and a LinkedIn profile, and provide  personal feedback on your applications. It’s also got a mock interview simulator!

My Career Toolkit 

Through this platform, you can create and store your employment documents, learn from employers and read the latest industry reports. It’s a one-stop hub for all your career development needs.

GoinGlobal

Looking for international experience? This global job and internship database provides visa and country information for students and graduates exploring global opportunities. 

Social media

Make sure you follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn. We regularly update it with career-related news, events and opportunities. 

If you’re seeking further career guidance or information, check out these services.  Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, all face-to-face appointments with consultants will be put on hold. However, phone and video appointments are available.

Career chat

Have a short careers question or after some information and prefer to speak to someone 1:1.?  Book a 10 minute online Career Chat  (phone or video).

Careers Q&A

We also have an online Q&A platform where we answer your career-related queries, or direct you to a suitable service. This is also available through SwinEmploy.

Career Consultation 

If you require further assistance after using these services, you’re welcome to book a 30-minute appointment (phone or video) with one of our career consultants. 

AccessAbility Careers Hub 

If you’re an enrolled student living with a disability, medical or mental health condition, or you have primary carer responsibilities, our AccessAbility Careers Hub is here to provide you with specialised career help.   

We regularly host career-focused programs and events that aim to inspire, educate, connect you with industry and give you an edge. 

Employability Expert Series – workshops, webinars and podcasts

Book in on SwinEmploy for upcoming workshops and webinars in our Employability Expert Series.  These will provide you with current job-seeking advice  from  industry leaders and employers,  keep you up to date on  industry news and help you to improve your employability.  Watch previous sessions on SwinEmploy.

Ask an employer

Network with employers who are recruiting now. Employers share their current job opportunities, what they’re looking for and what it’s like to work for their organisation. Get questions answered that can’t be researched online or catch up on previous  sessions through SwinEmploy.

Swinburne Emerging Leaders

We also offer this unique program that helps you recognise and  leverage your employability skills. 

Did you know?

All Swinburne Alumni can access our suite of online Careers and Employability resources.

Contact us

You are welcome to visit us, email or call whenever you want, and we will help you navigate our services.

Hawthorn campus

Level 1 (ground floor),
George Swinburne (GS) Building  
+61 3 9214 5360  
careers@swinburne.edu.au

Croydon campus

Room CF 112B 
+61 3 9214 5360 
careers@swinburne.edu.au

Wantirna campus

Room WD 258  
+61 3 9214 5360 
careers@swinburne.edu.au

Looking for more information?

Develop your career, dive into our range of learning resources and search for job opportunities through our online career platform SwinEmploy.

Access SwinEmploy now