On Facebook, you want to be found, and to make connections for your job search, but you also want to control what information certain people can view.
Your Facebook Profile and Wall
The name on your Facebook account should be the Internet brand name you chose. If not, you can change it so your URL will be substituting your own Internet brand name. Complete all sections of your profile with an eye toward looking as professional as possible.
Your Facebook privacy settings are your best friend if you want to use your Facebook account to help you in your job search and also to socialize with family and friends. Choose to share with
Everyone your profile and websites. After that, we suggest restricting everything except your Basic Info to Friends, only or setting up a Custom privacy account to fit your needs.
Make Connections – Networking
You can search for companies or interests that are important to your job search not only to learn about the companies, but also to join in conversations and make connections within the company. You will also see which of your friends are working at that company.
Job Search – Job Postings
You can run many different types of searches for jobs and internships using those two words, or a company name followed by the word “jobs”. You can also use the following job boards on Facebook.
BranchOut – largest professional network on Facebook with 25 million users in 200 countries and more than 3 million jobs and 20,000 internships
Simply Hired – largest job board aggregator service in the world
Innovate CV App – will convert your Facebook or LinkedIn profile, PDF or Word doc into an Innovate CV, and from there you can post on your wall