If you’re seeking a job in the automotive industry there are plenty of excellent resources to help you find the job you’re looking for. Indeed.com, Monster.com and others are great sources with a large number of listings. There are, however, quite a few other sources for job listings that are specific to the auto industry. Unfortunately, not all of these sites have the resources to be easily found in Google search, so we figured we’d bring them to you in one convenient location. Using Google’s custom search technology the engine below crawls several of these automotive only job sites and will return results from their job listings. Why scour the web for these sites when you can get their results right here? Give it a try and let us know what you think.
Search For Automotive Job Opportunities
Want to find even more opportunities?
If you’re still interested in finding even more job opportunities, head to the Google home page and use some of these tips to help you find job opportunities not listed on the major job boards.
- Use the google search modifier “inurl:” to limit your searches to careers and job pages. So, for example, a Google search for: inurl:careers auto technician will limit Google’s results to pages that have the word “careers” in the web page’s address, which is how many companies set up their job pages. Use any other common keywords you can think of to trim Googles results down to what you’re looking for.
- If you’re trying to find a very specific job title or a job in a certain location use parentheses in your search. If you surround a word or a phrase in parentheses Google will limit its results strictly to pages that have that exact phrase on the page. For example, if you do a search for: “auto technician” chicago, il Google’s results will only include pages that have the phrase “auto techician” somewhere on the page and then it will run a general search among those results for chicago, il and return those results in its determined order of relevance.
- If you combine the above tools you can get some very specific searches. A search for: inurl:jobs “automotive engineer” california will give you a list of pages that include “jobs” in the page’s address and will have the term “automotive engineer” somewhere on the page. Then Google will order these results based on the other search term of california.
Armed with these Google search modifiers you can turn Google itself into a powerful tool for landing your next job in the auto industry.