Work Off Campus

Student Life supports students seeking employment off campus during their studies, as they prepare to graduate and become new alumni.

For information on on-campus employment opportunities, like MUCEP, ISWEP, and GradSWEP positions, click here. You can visit our job board for summer and part-time and/or full-time work opportunities from external organizations. 

To view our job board and apply to job postings:
  • Go to MyMUNLife and log in.
  • Click the “Student” or “Alumni” link near the top of the page.
  • Click “Launch” in the “Student Services” box, and then click “MyMUNLife” in the pop-up window.
  • Click on “Career” and then the “Job postings” tab

Learn more about how you can meet employers and discover the range of career options open to you.

Fraudulent Jobs: Things to know!

In today’s world of high technology, scam artists can attack from anywhere. Recently, these same scammers have been targeting employers and employees alike. It is important to educate yourself about scam employers and to identify and avoid potential fraudulent job postings. Please take the time to ensure that you are fully aware of the signs and tactics of the scammers. A good place to start would be reviewing the tips listed below. If you are ever unsure about a job opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact the Career Development Centre at Memorial, or by phone at (709) 864-2419. 

Tips to protect yourself from job scams:

  • Do not send bank account/credit card details, or personal information to anyone that you don’t trust.
  • Never deposit cheques from an “employer” who asks that you deposit the cheque and return all or a portion of the payment back to them.
  • Do not agree to pay any upfront fees to an “employer” before you have started working. Examples of such requests can include fees for training, application processing, background checks, etc.
  • Be aware of job ads that promise substantial salaries for seemingly minimal work.
  • Exercise caution when applying for jobs with limited or vague job descriptions, or if you are offered a job without needing a resumé or interview.
  • Do your research! Check to see if the company has an online presence and professional email address. Look for spelling errors in email addresses, contact names, phone numbers, etc.
  • If you suspect a job posting is fraudulent, notify Career Development as soon as possible with the job title and ID.

Jobs posted on the My MUNLife site are not owned by Career Development at Memorial University. Each employer is responsible for the interviewing, selecting and hiring of their potential employees. Students and Alumni are responsible for contacting the employer through the method indicated on the job posting. While Career Development does monitor the job postings and reserves the right to not post a position, we encourage students and alumni to use their own discretion when applying to positions. These practices are in accordance with the guidelines set by the Canadian Associations of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE).

Please be aware that we CANNOT guarantee that all jobs in this module are legitimate (i.e., not a scam). Under no circumstances should you ever be required to receive cheques from an employer that asks you to cash and return any portion to them; these are ALWAYS scams and should be reported immediately to Career Development or the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, and/or the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary at (709) 729-8000.

Information for employers

We connect our eager, qualified students and alumni with job opportunities in Newfoundland and Labrador, across campus and internationally.

For information about how to be featured at our career fair, recruit on campus, advertise a job and conduct interviews on campus visit our employers page.