MOAA's Job Board
The MOAA Career Center hosts a job board specifically for MOAA members. Employers post jobs on a real-time basis, and search the database daily, looking for candidates like you! Features include:
- Post your résumés;
- View and apply for jobs posted by hundreds of employers each week;
- Receive notifications on upcoming events;
- Connect with MOAA Networking Contacts - MOAA members who are interested in helping you transition; and
- Get the latest information on career fairs.
If you do not know your MOAA username and password, please contact MOAA's Member Service Center at 800-234-6622, M-F, 8-6 EST, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your information reset.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I post my resume on the MOAA Job Board?
Registered members can access the MOAA Job Board to create a profile and upload up to five resumes. If you do not know your username and password, please contact MOAA’s Member Service Center at 800-234-6622, M-F, 8-6 EST, or email@example.com.
- Once you are on the MOAA Job Board, be sure you are on the “Home” tab; then
- Click “Edit Your Searchable Resume” and “Edit Files”; then
- Mark “Public” under “Resume Visibility”; and
- Choose a file from your computer and click “Upload.”
*Be sure to click “Save and Return” at the bottom of the page.
What should I do if I cannot access the MOAA Job Board?
If you are unable to access the MOAA Job Board, please contact MOAA’s Member Service Center at 800-234-6622, M-F, 8-6 EST, or firstname.lastname@example.org to update your login information.
What should I do if I cannot post my resume?
If you are logged into the MOAA Job Board, but cannot post your resume, please contact email@example.com.
What happens to my resume after I post it?
After you post your resume on the MOAA Job Board, it is stored in our resume database. Resumes and profiles that have been posted or updated within the past 12 months and are marked “public” are available for employers to search.
How do I keep my resume active and searchable?
Your resume will remain active as long as you update your profile, your resume, or search for positions within a 12-month period. If you do not visit the MOAA Job Board for 12 months, you will become completely inactive and your profile/resume will not be included in employer searches.
What is a Professional Profile Search?
Any time an employer searches the database, they are conducting a Professional Profile Search (based on keywords or given criteria). They will be able to view all profiles/resumes that match the information provided. Employers will only be able to view your resume if you mark it as “Public” – which we recommend if you looking for a job. If you do not want your resume to be public, you will still be able to search for positions in the MOAA Job Board.
To change your resume settings:
- Login to the MOAA Job Board;
- Click “Edit Your Searchable Resume”; then
- Mark your resume as Public, Confidential, or Private.
On the "My Account" page, what does "Resume Views" mean?
"Resume Views" indicates the number of times an employer has opened your resume to read it during a profile search. This also includes the number of times you open your resume.
How long do you recommend that I keep my resume active on the MOAA Job Board?
We strongly recommend that you keep your profile/resume active in our database for as long as you work.
Note: If you are currently in a long-term position, you can mark your resume as “Private.” This allows you to remain active on the MOAA Job Board, but does not allow employers to view your resume or profile.