You can use a variety of tools that can land you a job fairly quickly. You can scan the newspaper ads: mind you, don’t miss the classifieds, and do not keep your focus only on the larger ads that appear. The classified are a good source because in difficult circumstances, the employers are also trying to save money. Scrutinise them closely to see whether they meet your requirements.
Get to an employment agency or agencies. Hand out your well written resumes to them, and find time to sit with them to explore possibilities, within your present location, and at other locations. They are the guys who know which company is looking for what kind of talent. And their network is vast. They could find a job for you in another location. You have to be willing to relocate. Employment agencies are recommended because companies use them too. So you have a very good chance in landing the right job.
Another alternative are the various websites which offer employment advice and notices for a fee. Try the internet, and use them. If you don’t know such sites, you can always use the search engines, and type in employment agencies, and if you are interested in a particular place, include that in your search. It will throw up a number of them, some of them specializing in your kind of employment and experience.
Another way would be to inform your friends, relatives, and associates (not those employed with you), that you are looking, and looking seriously. Most jobs often are passed on by word of mouth, and maybe you could get lucky.
If you are interested in particular companies, it does not hurt to call them, and get their email ids, and send them your resume, with a covering letter. Most of the companies have websites, and they entertain online recruitment forms. Fill as many as you can, taking care that you do meet the requirements. That increases your chances.