Looking for a job? Find your next one on a Pittsburgh job board.

If you’re ready for a job change, easily search through local job listings and find your best fit with these Pittsburgh-based sites, socials and search engines.

by Taylor Fowler
November 19, 2021

Job search powerhouses like Indeed, Glassdoor and Monster are often front of mind for job seekers. But if you’re staying local, save time and clicks by taking a peek at what these Pittsburgh job roundups have to offer. 

Jobs Across Career Fields

These outlets share updated job listings in various fields. 

NextPittsburgh Who’s Hiring in Pittsburgh weekly job listings

Every Monday and Tuesday, NEXTPittsburgh rounds up the latest jobs across fields, from engineering and manufacturing to education, arts and nonprofit. Check it out online or subscribe with your email to get job headlines to your inbox.

Pittsburgh City Paper Job Search 

Use this job search engine on Pittsburgh City Paper’s website. The site automatically populates the latest jobs across industries within a 10-mile radius, and you can use the search bar to expand your search based on keywords and location.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette digital classifieds

On the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s job website, you can enter keywords to find the latest Pittsburgh jobs based on your search, powered by Monster. 

TribLive Jobs

Not only does TribLive’s job search engine allow you to localize your search and use keywords to find your best-fit job, but it also previews the latest featured jobs across various industries. If you scroll, you’ll also find curated articles and blogs to support your career change or job needs. They even feature remote jobs.

PA CareerLink® Pittsburgh

PA CareerLink® has a job-matching system created to help bridge the gap between job seekers and employers. You can search and apply for jobs across the Commonwealth. CareerLink® also offers support services like career counseling and resume help. You can visit careerlinkpittsburgh.com and click on “Hot jobs hiring now!” for their job board organized by industry, or browse the site for assistance. CareerLink also has a newsletter that you can join by completing their Contact Us form and selecting “receive newsletter/updates.”


Getting straight to the point, this informative website previews current Pittsburgh job openings across industries, has a search engine and shares statistics on available jobs, new listings and employers hiring. You can also subscribe to their email list with your specific job title and ideal location to get timely, curated job alerts to your inbox. Visit their homepage for job searches and email sign up. 

Vibrant Pittsburgh

Vibrant Pittsburgh aims to welcome and retain diverse talent in Pittsburgh. Vibrant Pittsburgh posts employment opportunities from a long list of Employer Members that are committed to ensuring a diverse and inclusive workplace. You can check out their members’ current listings here.

Local Government Jobs

The City of Pittsburgh has its own online career center. Check out the City of Pittsburgh’s current job announcements here.

Creative Jobs

Bridgeway Capital Creative Business Accelerator Newsletter

According to their website, Bridgeway Capital’s Creative Businesses Accelerator supports the entrepreneurial artists, designers, makers and craftspeople building businesses that impact the regional economy in meaningful ways. While supporting entrepreneurs with offerings such as capital funding, free technical assistance and a creative and business hub on Susquehanna Street, their monthly CBA Update newsletter has a “Workforce” section with currently available creative jobs. 

Visit their website here or email [email protected] and ask to be added to the mailing list.

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council art job social media roundup and artist resource website

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council uses social media @pghartscouncil to share an extensive roundup of Pittsburgh art jobs. Their October 2021 posting had 30 current openings in the arts. A representative from the Arts Council also said art job and gig seekers can visit https://www.pittsburghartistresources.org/ for job openings, audition calls, calls for public art and more. 

Adult and Youth Career Support and Job Searches

Partner4Work goes beyond job listings and offers services to help directly connect adult and youth job seekers with career opportunities, while also linking to various job search engines. Check out adult employment opportunities at Partner4Work’s website here.

Know a youth aged 14-24 in need of employment? Have them check out the Learn & Earn Summer Youth Employment Program, designed to offer meaningful employment to Pittsburgh’s low-income youth. Learn & Earn opens yearly and connects youth with curated job and internship opportunities. Details for employment can be found on their website.


Nonprofit Talent is the region’s executive search firm for nonprofit opportunities. Their extensive job board is updated daily and offers both employment and board/volunteer opportunities in various nonprofit sectors and organizations. Employers can submit jobs, which will then be posted. To see the latest nonprofit jobs in Pittsburgh, click here.

Technology and Healthcare

Pittsburgh Technology Council is committed to helping tech companies of all sizes thrive. One of the ways they do this is through PGH Career Connector, their tech-focused online job board. You can search and save jobs you like, create email job alerts, and apply for jobs directly on the site. To start your tech job search, visit their PGH Career Connector website.

Healthcare giants UPMC and Highmark both have job boards for openings across their systems. See what UPMC offers here and view Highmark jobs here.

Media and Entertainment

EntertainmentCareers.net isn’t local to Pittsburgh but does offer well-curated and up-to-date job opportunities in media. Visit their website and search “Pittsburgh.”

If you’re still seeking, consider sparking a conversation 

Some of the most fulfilling work opportunities I’ve had sprouted from conversations. If you’re not finding the perfect next career move on a job board, consider following social media accounts, websites and newsletters of specific companies, small businesses or industries you dream of working with. Professionally reach out with an introduction and as about openings. You never know if building targeted relationships could lead to your ideal next gig.

Did we miss any? Let us know your favorite Pittsburgh job boards.

Cover photo courtesy Getty Images

Taylor Fowler is a writer and entrepreneur. A Pittsburgh native and Lawrenceville resident, Taylor’s pastime is exploring the ‘Burgh and getting to know humans behind local art, culture, nonprofit, and small business scenes. She’s passionate about cultivating connections and finding the latest feature story to tell. Taylor also helps creatives, businesses, and organizations build authentic, effective communications that connect and compel audiences through copywriting and PR strategy. Learn more on her website. Outside of writing and business, you’ll find her planning events at Kenny’s in Homewood, volunteering, or at an open mic sharing creative words and poetry. Check out her...

More Local Stories

Top 407: the best hot dogs in Orlando

We tried Chicago Dogs, Spicy Chili Dogs, Buffalo Dogs, Reuben Dogs, and more across the Orlando area to find the best hot diggity dogs.

A guide to must-do summer events in New Orleans

Now that we’re back outside, let’s take a look at the events to do in New Orleans for the summer.

What’s On the Menu?: Greenville Food Trucks

What’s On The Menu Greenville is serving up barbecue, Latin, vegan and Thai food from mobile kitchens on wheels. Find out what’s cooking inside these fantastic Greenville food trucks.

Eat Play Stay Orlando: Sanford

On this episode of Eat Play Stay Orlando explore what’s new in the Northern part of town. Sanford has a plethora of breweries, bars, and delicious dining options to choose from.

Hometown Tragedy: The Pike County Massacre

On this episode of Hometown Tragedy: Missing in Milwaukee, we’ll explore what happened to Jerica Banks, her children, and how it impacted their community.

Six New Orleans parks that are perfect locations to celebrate 4th of July

Head to one of these six New Orleans parks to celebrate Independence Day in the city.

Cheap Date Orlando: Punk Rock & Pooches

Two Orlando couples shop vintage, search for the perfect slice, visit a post-apocalyptic saloon, and take the stage on blind dates in Orlando.

Fit and Fab: Free summer workouts in Boston

Cover photo courtesy Getty Images Looking to get fit for the summer? Still wary of COVID-19 or just looking for some sunshine while you sweat? Here are some Boston free summer workouts across the city so you can keep moving all season long! Seaport Sweat May 2 to Sept. 29 Boston’s biggest free workout series…

What’s On the Menu?: Farm-to-table

The farm-to-table movement brings locally grown foods to your plate. Not only will enjoying farm-to-table meals allow you to indulge in fresh, nutritional, seasonal dishes, but farm-to-table dining helps the environment and supports the local economy.  Check out these delicious farm-to-table restaurants in Greenville, South Carolina on the latest episode of What’s On the Menu?. …

A guide to some of the best Black-owned brunch spots in NOLA

Gather the crew together, make those reservations, and celebrate all things Black at brunch. 

The Tito Boys Rolling Rock

Post-prohibition PGH: The Tito Boys, Rolling Rock beer and bootleggers

The petty bootlegger who tried to shakedown the Tito boys