Job Seeking Resources

Are you looking for a job in the GLAMR sector but are unsure where to start? Never fear. ALIA SNGG & NGAC have compiled a list of domestic and international job sites for job seekers.



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Importance of building a network

Job hunting can be more than finding jobs to apply for. Building a professional network can help you get your foot in the door. If possible, attend events (SNGG and NewCardigan run plenty that allow you to network in a relaxed and casual environment) and begin to develop a professional community. That way, you might hear about jobs before they’re even advertised. 

Once you find a job you want to apply for, get some advice on your resume with our Resume Review Service, which is available for ALIA members. Just send your resume, ALIA Member Number, and some information about the job you are applying for to We will send your resume to an industry professional to review and provide you with feedback. You can also visit our Job Help Site to get more tips on your resume, responding to selection criteria, and interviews.

Finding jobs can be challenging but by using some of the above resources hopefully you stay on top of all the options available to you and snap up that job!

Do you have any resources or websites you like to use? We want to know!

Content creation (04/02/2020)

Join us for the first #AusLibChat of the decade as we talk content creation. Let’s share our struggles and our successes around developing resources that will help our communities. What’s your favourite platform, software and how do you develop an appropriate voice? Join in for an hour of professional development to learn and share.

Here are the questions we’ll be asking on the night:

Q1. What kind of content do you like to create? Blogs, newsletters, zines, video or something else entirely? Why do you like that format?

Q2. What is your greatest challenge when creating content?

Q3. How do you evaluate the success of your content to see if the message was clear, reached the right audience etc?

Q4. Did your studies cover effective content creation? Were you able to apply any theory gained in your workplace?

Q5. Challenge time! Share a piece of content that you’ve created. Are you happy with how it’s turned out?

Hope to see you all at 9pm AEDT on Tuesday February 4th for the first #AusLibChat of the year!

January Newsletter

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January 2019

Welcome to January’s newsletter! Welcome to a new year and a new decade with ALIA SNGG!  Our thoughts are with anyone effected by the bush fires.  

Remember to check back with this newsletter throughout the month for updates on what we’re up to on online and in your state. 

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Want to get engaged with ALIA SNGG?  ALIA Students and New Graduates Group are always on the look out for new social media coordinators to join our growing Facebook, Instagram and blog teams. As well as regional coordinators to run social and professional development events in their home states.

If volunteering on a regular basis is currently not an option for you consider writing a blog post for us. We invite (and strongly encourage!) you to submit guest posts publication here on the SNGG blog. Click here to learn more about the volunteering.



ALIA Students and New Graduates Group is looking for a new National Secretary!

For more information about the role see the position description

If you are interested in applying, please send an email to and let us know why you are interested.

Closing date: Monday, 20 January 2020.

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ALIA Students and New Graduates Group are seeking a Victorian Regional Coordinator, send your expressions of interest to today.

Check out the ALIA Events Listing page for more ALIA events near you.

Could you be our next National Secretary?

ALIA Students and New Graduates Group is looking for a new National Secretary!

  • Are you enthusiastic and passionate about our profession?
  • Are you looking for a way to contribute to the GLAMR community?
  • Do you want to meet new people and strengthen your professional network?
  • Do you have great communication skills or want to improve on them?

Then becoming our National Secretary is right up your alley!

The ALIA Student and New Graduates Group supports and connects students and new information management professionals. We aim to foster a supportive community that promotes the interests of the people who are the future of our industry.

The ALIA SNGG National Secretary is part of our Executive team. They play a crucial role providing administration support for our Conveners and ensuring the smooth running of our national team. This is a vital role that enables SNGG to continue to provide support to students and new graduates across Australia via our online channels, Resume Review Service, and our face-to face events.

As our ALIA SNGG National Secretary, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Become part of a national group that is passionate about assisting new information professionals in their careers;
  • Develop your administration and communication skills
  • Have the opportunity to create and/or be part of planning online events and activities i.e. 12 Days of GLAMR. 
  • Establish and expand your professional network by liaising with the professional community

Plus, you can add the role to your resume/CV and demonstrate your active engagement in the profession!

Note: This is a volunteer role, and you need to be an ALIA member to be a Coordinator. Grab a discounted student rate.

For more information about the role see the position description

If you are interested in applying, please send an email to and let us know why you are interested.

Closing date: Monday, 20 January 2020.

We look forward to getting an hearing from you!