Welcome Moorpark College Students! The mission of the Career component of the Career Transfer Center is to assist students in the career education, planning and development process. We provide assistance for students to explore options and enhance their understanding of job search techniques.
On this site you have the option of:
- researching jobs
- exploring majors
- research labor market trends:
- California Resources (California Occupational Guide)- Provides career planning information, labor market information, job listing resources, wage & benefit information and training resources. Search options by industry sector, specific job, in-demand jobs and education required. State and county level information is also available.
- National Resources (O*Net)-Large source of occupational information, providing comprehensive labor market information such as job descriptions, wages and benefits, education required, job outlook and growth projections.
- learn about job search skills and techniques
Please see below for instructions on how to research current job opportunities:
Click here to look for and apply for jobs online from any computer with internet access. Post your resume, cover letter, VCCCD District generic application and more. Registration only takes a few minutes.
If you are applying for an on campus job, you must first fill out a generic student worker application on the district website. After you have completed this generic student worker application, you can upload to any on campus job posting from above that you find on our website.
Click here for the generic on campus student worker job application. You only need to fill this out if the position you are applying for is on the campus of Moorpark College.
Click here for detailed instructions for the process of obtaining on campus student employment.
Click here to post, update and manage your company job postings online for FREE at Moorpark College! Review resumes and cover letters of prospective job seekers.
To access the online job system for the State of Cailfornia, click here.It is the policy of the Ventura County Community College District to provide all persons with equal employment and educational opportunities regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, or veteran status.