Search your niche.
Save time by focusing on sites that list openings exclusively in your area of interest. For example, if you work in the wine industry, check out WineJobs.com, which lists only jobs at wineries, vintners, distributors, wholesalers, bottlers and other related employers.
Create a candidate profile.
Many employers career pages invite visitors to fill out candidate profiles that ask for information such as job interests and salary requirements. In most cases, if a position opens up that matches your profile, you’ll receive an email notifying you. Or, the hiring manager might contact you directly.
Sign up for job alerts and RSS feeds.
On most job boards, you can register to receive emails alerting you to new postings that meet your criteria, such as location or keyword. Most also allow you to select their frequency, such as daily or weekly. Note that email alerts from niche job sites are likely to be even more narrowly tailored to your expertise.
Also consider signing up for RSS feeds. RSS is short for really simple syndication, which is an automated electronic information-sharing system that allows you to receive content in an easy-to-read format. You can sign up for RSS feeds for postings from many job boards.
Another option is to download a news aggregator or reader software to your computer. New job postings that match the criteria you choose will be delivered to you automatically, typically the same day or the following.
Many job boards offer this tool to help users refine their search results. Filters are common search categories with subcategories showing the number of job postings in each. Using them may save you the step of selecting search categories one at a time without knowing their likelihood of bearing fruit.