Find a Job

As you explore options and make decisions about your career path, Alumni Career Services is ready to assist you. An effective job search is comprised of many elements: self-assessment, career exploration, self-marketing materials, networking, interviewing, decision-making and follow-up.

Job Listings for Tufts Alumni

Our job database, Handshake, is available for alumni of A&S, Engineering and SMFA.  Search hundreds of jobs, set up search agents using custom criteria, upload your resume for employers to view, and access career resources.

Alumni Login    Log-in here if you already have an account.

  • New user? Learn how to create an account.  Your account will be approved within 1-2 days after verification of alumni status.  
  • If you believe you may already have an account, select "Forgot your password."
  • The Career Center is happy to set up an account for you.  Call (617) 627-5741.
Job Search and Employer Research

Access these tools through the Tufts Online Community:

  • GoinGlobal: Detailed guides on job search and career culture for more than 40 countries and cities; complete H1B visa data for international candidates seeking US employment; employer and jobs databases
  • Tisch Library Databases such as ABI/INFORM Complete: Business research database which includes important full‐text journals and much sought‐after titles from the business press as well as key trade publications, dissertations, conference proceedings, and market reports.

General Job Listings

Career Field and Industry-Specific Resources
For Specific Audiences

Midlife and Retirement

Part-time, Flexible, and Returning to Work

Recent Grads

Veterans

Self-Assessment Resources

Contact us to learn about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a personality assessment offered free of charge by Alumni Career Services.

  • Career Assessment Exercises - A variety of self-inventories, ranging from telling your story to defining core competencies and goal setting
  • Franklin Covey Mission Statement Builder - An exercise to add focus, direction, and a sense of purpose to your daily decisions
  • O*Net OnLine - U.S. Department of Labor database of occupations
  • Skills Center - Profiler allows you to build a list of skills, identify occupations that require your skills, and identify any gaps in skills and/or education for particular occupations
  • Strengthsfinder 2.0 - A new and improved version of Gallup's popular assessment, based on the concept "do what you do best"
  • What Color is Your Parachute? - Companion piece to the best-selling career book in the world; includes information for career changers
  • What's Your Skillset - Free registration gives you access to What’s Your Skillset, located through in the Assessments link
Career Advice
  • JOBipedia - Human resource professionals at large companies answer questions about applications, interviews, and more
  • The Muse - Job listings, employer profiles, and helpful career advice on a variety of topics
  • Riley Guide - Collection of websites for job seekers including Staffing Agencies, Venture Capital