LoggerJobs

Use LoggerJobs to search for off-campus (non work-study) jobs. Postings include local and national opportunities!

LoggerJobs features positions posted by neighborhood families, employers seeking to hire Puget Sound students, opportunities identified by Career and Employment Services as being of potential interest to Puget Sound students, and positions posted through the national NACElink Network.

  • Identify part-time, full-time, seasonal, and temporary jobs all in one place.
  • Set up Saved Searches to notify you about postings that match your interests.
  • Looking for internships (both paid and unpaid)? Use the sister database, InternshipLink, also available in the CES Exclusive Resources page on Cascade.

Have questions, or want a guided tour of LoggerJobs? Drop by CES in Howarth 101 for a demonstration.

Visit the CES Exclusive Resources page to get started!


Frequently Asked Questions:

What about work-study opportunities?
Work-study positions are not currently posted in LoggerJobs. More details about the work-study referral process >>

Where are on-campus jobs posted?
For now, on-campus non work-study jobs are posted on the bulletin boards outside of CES.

Can I use LoggerJobs after I graduate?
LoggerJobs, along with all other CES Exclusive Career Resources, are available for use by University of Puget Sound students while they attend Puget Sound, and for one year following graduation.

Is the information in my LoggerJobs profile secure and private?
Yes! Both Career and Employment Services and NACElink are committed to keeping all participant data secure and private. Please take a few minutes to review the LoggerJobs Privacy Policy, as well as NACElink's Privacy Policy and User Agreement if you have any further questions.

How do I set up a Saved Search to alert me when jobs become available?
Watch the brief video tutorial below to learn how:

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Feel free to contact CES anytime with questions, or drop by Howarth 101 for a demonstration.

Other Cascade Job Resources

Don't limit yourself to just one search engine. Use multiple resources. In addition to LoggerJobs:

Going Global lists jobs and internships in major cities worldwide.

InternshipLink focuses on internships, but also lists entry-level jobs.

Career Cruising has an Employment and Job Search section.

Which resources best suit your needs? Meet with a CES Career Advisor to get individualized guidance and tips for targeting your search.