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How does the job board work for job seekers?
How do I register?
Go to our
and select "Physician Sign Up." As soon as you complete a one-page registration form, you will be free to start browsing jobs.
How much does it cost?
It is free to register and free to search and respond to jobs.
How can I reset my password?
Go to the
password reset page
and enter your email address. We will send you an email with instructions to reset your password. If you do not receive the email, check your junk mail or trash folder.
After I register, who will contact me?
When you register you will be asked two questions regarding being contacted. If you say "yes" to:Would you like to be contacted about opportunities in your specialty?, then your contact information will be sent to our partner agencies.
If you answer "yes" to "Would you like to allow healthcare facilities to contact you directly via email?", you will receive emails directly from facilities with job opportunities in your specialty.
The number of times you are contacted will depend on your specialty and state. If you say "no" to both of those questions, you will not be contacted by agencies or facilities.
How can I contact a job poster?
You have to be registered and logged in to view contact information for specific jobs. You can choose to call, email or respond anonymously to any job. When contacting a job poster, you also have the option of sending your CV.
How can I upload my CV?
After you log in, click the "Manage CV" icon on the left. Click the "browse" button to find your previously saved CV, then click "Upload CV." If you would like to send your CV to a job poster, click on the blue "Respond" button near the job description. The response form on that page includes the option to attach your uploaded CV. Your CV is always private and will only be seen when you choose to send it.
Will my personal information be public?
No. Your name, email, phone number and mailing address are never made public. You can choose how much information to send when you respond to a job posting. You can also choose to respond anonymously to a job and none of your personal information will be displayed.
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