As the only international medical job search engine on this list, Medical Careers Global (MCG) created a worldwide portal that connects healthcare professionals from different countries into one online platform. By providing low cost access to global recruitment (users can join for free), Medical Careers Global allows users look for career opportunities in places they may not have thought about or had access to before.
Medical Careers Global not only provides thousands of job postings from around the world, MCG offers profiles and contact information for over 200 companies that can be narrowed down with filters, including a map, in order to provide the overall view of career aspects internationally, and make searches more individual and personal to the users.
Medical Careers Global also offers a subscription to their bimonthly newsletter which offers information over various topics, ranging from work and lifestyle to spotlight features of current open positions.
Health eCareers is a one-stop-shop for all things healthcare: news, information, career resources and employment opportunities all specific to each individual's career path. Health eCareers also has a Salary Center, complete with a calculator which filters in professional, specialty, and location preferences with experience level to give users salary and satisfaction statistics specific to their career path preferences.
Like Medical Careers Global, Health eCareers offers users a choice between subscribing to daily, bimonthly, and monthly newsletters. These newsletters offer information over a wide range of topics, including healthcare headlines and job-specific specialty news.
Similar to MedZilla (more information to come in the following countdown), Health eCareers publishes advice articles that help job seekers successfully get hired. Some of their top career tip articles include: 5 Ways to Make Career Fairs Work for You, Three Success Principles for Landing a Job in Troubled Times, and 9 Brilliant Ways to Boost Your Confidence on the Spot.
Health eCareers offers a network job search app that allows users to search and apply for all medical positions and specialties across the country.
MomMD is an online magazine, community, and association for women in medicine. Providing unique resources and information, MomMD lists job opportunities for doctors seeking employment at hospitals, multi-specialty groups, solo and private practices, as well as non-clinical and alternative medical careers. Job listings include nationwide vacancies listed by recruitment firms, private practices, individual physicians, hospital and academic employers.
Job seekers can easily view the latest job market statistics on active, open opportunities and browse these opportunities by specialty. After registering as a jobseeker, users are given the option and help to post their resume to the site and sign up for frequent job alerts to relevant postings that become available, as well as interact with employers via MomMD’s private messaging system.
MomMD also offers a career center which provides career development advice and networking forums between professionals. The top articles include: Work-Life Balance: Women Physicians Balancing Career and Family and How to Prepare for Objections to Your Job Share Request.
MedZilla is a free and extensive job seeking search engine launched in 1994 to assist biotechnology, pharmaceutical, science, medical, and other healthcare professionals and employers search and post job openings.
Job seekers can create a free account to continue and enhance their search. This account gives each user unprecedented access to several exclusive job search tools unique to MedZilla. Users can explore salary schedules specific to their specialty or field, create personal job agents that will send updated matches to users as postings are listed, and the account will notify seekers when their resume has been viewed by employers.
Paying clients of the site can use My MedZilla, which allows for applicant tracking and resume management, as well as the search agent, MatchZilla, which generates new and more accurate search matches for each individual.
In addition to job searches, which can be long and tedious, MedZilla provides an article publication section of their website dedicated to helping those in the job hunt. Some top articles include: 3 Proven Sales Strategies to Help You Land Your Next Job, Resume Writing Tips, Networking: How’s That Working for You?, and Working with Third Party Recruiters.
Founded by a former healthcare recruiter and executive with an insider's perspective on how medical job employment works, HealthJobsNationwide is advertised as “the country’s largest healthcare talent acquisition job board network” with “over 1.5 million healthcare job listings from over 90,000 medical facilities”. This search engine provides physicians, nurses, first responders, and all other medical personnel with the best tools available to apply for exactly what they want and where. HealthJobsNationwide also provides numerous links to specific job search website geared towards a variety of professions within the healthcare community, including: Advanced Practice, Pharmaceutical, Nursing, Technicians, Physicians, Therapists, and Health Administration
HealthJobsNationwide knows how important networking can be to landing that dream career. In addition to their extensive and specialized job search database, HealthJobsNationwide offers job seekers Medical Mingle. This free professional social network allows for the medical community to come together and gather support between members to interact with one another and expand their job search beyond what is formally posted.
Like the majority of the other websites in this countdown, HealthJobsNationwide provides a blog page dedicated to helping those in the job search. Their most popular posts include: Modern Nursing: What’s changing in today’s Career Field?, 5 Ways the Medical Field Has Developed Over the Years, Resume: Is Mine Good Enough?, and Six Reasons Why Working In The Healthcare Industry Is Rewarding.
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