Meta-collection of links to job placement sites. Not restricted to teaching sites.
ACPA Online Placement Center
Job postings for undergraduates through senior-level professionals.
ACUI Career Center
College union and student activities positions.
Chronicle Careers (Student Affairs section)
The Student Affairs subsection of the Chronicle's job postings. Other sections include Administrative postings in academic affairs and business/administrative affairs, and Faculty positions.
Postings from over 1700 colleges and universities. Owned by the company that also owns Academic 360.
National Association of Colleges and Employers site for postings in career development, career services, campus recruiting, etc.
NODA's Orientation Job Postings
Orientation jobs posting. NODA (National Orientation Directors Association) also posts summer orientation graduate internships (In 2009, summer internships needed to be applied for by January 11.)
The Placement Exchange
Online job placement collaboration between NASPA, ACUHO-I (Association of College & University Housing Officers - International), NACA (National Association for Campus Activities), ASJA (Association for Student Judicial Affairs), and NODA (National Orientation Directors Association). ACUHO-I also has an internship program.
StudentAffairs.com Job Listings
Hundreds of postings in student affairs.
Higher Education Recruitment Consortiums
HERCs show job posting sites of member institutions in certain regions. HERCs currently exist for California (Northern and Southern), Greater Chicago, Michigan, New England, New Jersey (also Eastern PA and DE), New York (Metro and Southern Connecticut and Upstate), St. Louis. Faculty and staff postings.
Oshkosh Placement Exchange
Primarily Residence Life positions—graduate assistantships and entry-level positions, a few post-Masters openings (also a few Student Activities, Programming, Leadership Development or Greek Affairs positions). Colleges and universities from 38 states interviewed here in 2008.
Southern Placement Exchange
Run by SACSA, SEAHO, and SWACUHO.