General Job-Search Databases and Career Development Sites
UW Career & Internship Center is a great resource. Services are free to students and alumni up to 3 years! They offer appointments, webinars, career fairs, and many online resources to help you with topics such as figuring out what path to pursue and tailoring your resume for a specific position. They also offer career interest pages, including Non-Profit / Social Justice / Education.
The Black Collegian is a career site for professionals and students of color; ability to post resume/create profile, can filter by occupation, location, large company/agency. Currently posting a good number of social work-related opportunities.
UW Handshake is where you can find internships, on-campus jobs, and after graduation positions.
Colors NW Careers is a job search database geared toward professionals of color in the Northwest, and is an offshoot of Colors NW Magazine. Seekers to search job listings, post their resume, register for a job search agent, and access other career resources to help with resume writing, interviewing, networking etc.
The Careers for Good website is an initiative of the National Human Services Assembly and their partners. This website "strives to inform job-seekers at all levels of the exciting and fulfilling career opportunities in the nonprofit human and community development sector. It is a resource made available through the collaborative efforts of many of the nation's most well-known and well-respected organizations."
WOIS Career Information System is a private, nonprofit organization that researches and distributes information about Washington careers, schools and training programs. Located in Olympia, Washington.
Social Work-Specific Databases and other Career Resources
Crisis Clinic is a non-profit based in King County that seeks to connect individuals with local health and human service agencies that meet their needs. This site features the Community Resources Online (CRO), a comprehensive database of agencies in King County that could be a helpful resource for job seekers looking to identify local agencies of interest.
The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) features a job bank for seekers looking for employment in social work education. Most positions are Ph.D. level, but there are a few openings for MSWs as well.
Columbia University School of Social Work Career and Leadership Development Site has social work-specific tips about cover letters, salary negotiation, CVs, long distance job searches, networking, career fairs and more.