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Tiger Jobs

Tiger Jobs is the Career Resource Center's online job database. Employers who are interested in hiring Pacific students and alumni post full-time and part-time jobs, internships, and co-ops in Tiger Jobs. Candidates can apply for positions directly through the database. On-campus employers also post work study and non-work study student employment positions.

Tiger Jobs also features:

  • A comprehensive list of Pacific's employer partners
  • A list of alumni mentors who want to connect with students
  • Information about Career Resource Center workshops and events
  • A schedule of when employers will be visiting campus to conduct interviews or company information sessions
  • Job search resources

How to access Tiger Jobs

If you need help logging in or using Tiger Jobs, call the Career Resource Center at 209.946.2361.

Students can access Tiger Jobs, through their insidePacific account.

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If you are a new student, you will not have access to Tiger Jobs until right before school starts .

If you are a returning student, and are unable to log into Tiger Jobs, please try resetting your password with Locksmith.

Pacific Alumni can have access to all of the job seeking benefits of Tiger Jobs free of charge for life!  Alumni can obtain access to view job postings and employer information by emailing the Career Resource Center at and requesting access to Tiger Jobs.

If you are looking to obtain a full-time staff or faculty position at University of the Pacific, please contact Pacific's Human Resources department.

Employers can post internship and job opportunities for Pacific students and alumni free of charge by registering for a Tiger Jobs account.

On-Campus Work-Study Jobs

Many university departments hire Pacific students into part-time positions. You can view open positions on Tiger Jobs, but while many of these positions are open to all students, some require students to have federal work study funds as part of their financial aid package. Students who are awarded federal work-study are eligible to apply for jobs that are designated as "on-campus work study" positions. Be sure to review the Student Employment FAQ's before applying.