Are you looking for a part-time or hourly job? Check out Snag (formerly Snagajob), the largest job site for part-time and hourly job openings, with over a million active job listings, 90 million registered workers, and 450,000 employer locations.
You'll find job listings from national and local employers in restaurants, retail, office administration, hotel and hospitality, healthcare, construction, automotive, sales, marketing, health, beauty, education, and more.
Types of available jobs include shift work, entry-level openings, student positions, seasonal, and teen opportunities.
Use the tips below to take advantage of the best Snag has to offer.
Tips for Using Snag to Search for Jobs
Create a profile. It is very easy to join Snag and create a profile. All you need to do is fill out a one-page questionnaire. Once you complete your profile and are registered, you'll be able to apply for jobs easily, using information from your profile.
After signing up, take a few minutes to visit your profile and add information so that employers can find you. You can choose to add Availability, a Professional Head Shot, Work History, Education, and/or References. Lastly, you can choose to take a personality test under Visuality Results.
Narrow down your job search. You'll be able to search job listings on Snag by keyword and location. You can then narrow down your job search by distance, industry, and company. You can also search by category, such as shift work, bilingual jobs, full-time or part-time jobs, seasonal work, veteran jobs, teen job opportunities, and more. Student users can also search for positions near their colleges.
Apply with one click. If you added work history and education to your profile, you can apply for jobs with one easy click, using the "1-Click Apply" button. Snag will send your profile to the employer instead of an application. You'll have a chance to review your profile before it's sent to the employer. This button saves you lots of time.
Set up job alerts. Once you are a Snag member, you can set up job alerts to have new job postings in your zip code emailed to you as soon as they are listed.
Use other Snag resources. There are many resources available to job seekers on the Snag website besides just job postings – and all of them are free. You'll find articles about trends in hiring, career paths, and how to maintain a work/life balance.
You can also access sections with tips on preparing your application and resume, interviewing, and networking. Additionally, you will find useful articles about employment news and success stories from other hourly workers. Lastly, you can access helpful videos on many of the topics listed above.
Use an app. Snag has mobile device apps available for both iOS (Apple) and Android. You'll be able to search for jobs on your mobile device and use the "1-Click Apply" button to submit applications to employers.
Work for Snag. Interested in working for Snag? Snag hires employees for a variety of positions in their offices in Virginia through their website.
Snagajob for Employers
Snag offers a variety of benefits to employers, including immediate access to over 90 million job seekers with an average of more than three years of experience in their industry. When you post a job, registered users have instant access to your posting. Those who receive notifications will be contacted, and you can begin searching for qualified profiles.
Employers can review applicants, schedule interviews, and hire candidates through their Snag accounts. Snag offers a variety of resources, including infographics, paperless onboarding, best hiring practices, and information on how to engage the workforce. Available tools assist employers with training workers, scheduling employee coverage, and evaluating performance. Pricing varies with services.
While Snag maintains tight security for its users, it is important for any job seeker to be aware that some job posts could be scams. This would be true of any job board or hiring site.
Snag wants to make sure your job search is secure, and you'll find advice about passwords, public access, phishing, malware, and work-from-home scams to help you make safe decisions. You'll also find information on how to report a scam.