How Do I Use LDSJobs?

At Employment Services (formerly LDS Jobs), we'll help you become gainfully employed through education and networking with local companies.

LDSJobs is a great resource for members who need to obtain a job, find better employment opportunities, or get more education to improve their prospects in their current line of work.

LDSJobs provides members with access to a huge database of job positions. Within LDSJobs, you can view job postings, employers can view your profile, and you can read success stories from people who have used these resources to get a new job.

Sign in with your LDS Account or register for a new account today!

Get Started With Your Job Search

  •  Log In—To get started with LDSJobs, log in using your existing LDS Account, or Create an Account. After logging in, you will be taken to your dashboard.
  • Edit Your Profile in Your Dashboard—Here, you can fill out your profile by adding work and education experience as well as any specific skills you may have. You can also set your own career goals and list your desired job titles and salary. 
  •  Create a “Me in 30 Seconds” statement—You will also be asked to create a “Me in 30 Seconds” statement. This statement is a simple way to present to employers a brief introduction of who you are, and it helps them understand why they should hire you.
  •  Customize Your Account—Under the My Account tab, you can customize your account. For example, if you’re looking to use LDSJobs as a way to find more educational opportunities, or to start your own business, you can set one of those categories as your area of focus. You can also include personalized goals and action plans, as well as desired job titles.

Once your profile reaches 90% complete, employers will be able to see it, and this additional exposure may help you to find a new job.

You’ll also be able to find an employment resource center (ERC) near you. At an ERC, you can participate in workshops such as the Self-Employment Workshop and Career Workshop to help you know what to do to start your own business or to improve your current employment status.

Get help from a local employment center



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