Physician job boards are plentiful and there are a number on the web of varying quality. However, here is our pick of the best four out there currently.
DoctorCPR.com provides a list of job listings for doctors in all specialities, as well as nurses and health care providers. In addition, it also covers staff for doctors' offices, hospitals etc.
The site also has a huge array of practice resources, which are easy to access and provide a comprehensive list of advice. In addition, the site has sections for other medical related areas - covering everything from reputation management, to office subleasing, to medical equipment suppliers and attorneys.
The brainchild of a former recruiter in the healthcare industry with an in-depth insider's perspective on the medical job employment market, HealthJobsNationwide is known 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 job search engine features doctors, nurses, first responders, as well as many other categories of medical personnel, with clear instructions and tools for applying to specific jobs. HealthJobsNationwide also lists some other specific job search websites in narrow niches belonging to the healthcare market segment such as Pharmaceutical, Nursing, Health Administration, Therapy and Technicians.
HealthJobsNationwide is aware of the importance of networking in finding your dream job. This is why they offer an add-on service, Medical Mingle. This is a free professional social network that strengthens the medical community by enabling its members to get in contact with each other and to expand their job search beyond posting applications.
Health eCareers is the place to visit for all healthcare-related things such as news, career resources, information and employment opportunities that can offer support and guidance to someone seeking to follow a specific career path. Health eCareers also features a Salary Center that includes an advanced calculator with filters that enable users to obtain relevant information about their specific career path preferences, in accordance to their specialty, geographic location and experience level.
Like all other medical hob boards and websites, Health eCareers offers users daily, bimonthly and monthly newsletter subscription opportunities. These newsletters contain a wide array of information on various topics such as job-specific specialty news and healthcare headlines.
Just like Medzilla (which we are going to discuss hereby, below), Health eCareers publishes job search tips and advice to help job seekers pursue their dream career. Some of their top articles on such topics 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 has a proprietary network job search app that enables users to search and apply to all jobs in their specialty across the country.
MedZilla is a free job search engine launched in 1994 to support healthcare professionals in various areas of expertise to search and apply to job openings.
Job seekers can open a free account, in order to benefit from MedZilla to the full. This account offers them access to exclusive job search tools they couldn't find anywhere else. They can explore salary schedules in their specialty or area of interest, and create custom job search agents that alert them each and every time a new job opening matching their criteria gets posted. They also get notified each time their resume has been viewed by an employer.
Those who decide to go for a paid account can use My MedZilla, a tool that enables them to track and manage their resumes, as well as MatchZilla, a search engine that generates more accurate searches customized according to the needs of each specific user.
As job searches can take a lot of time, MedZilla offers also an article publication section that has the purpose to help those in job hunting. Some of the top articles include: Networking: How's That Working for You?, Working with Third