Remember, health care organizations have non-clinical positions available as well as clinical positions, so don't bypass looking at health care for a potential career opportunity, just because you don't have medical training.
Hospitals need security officers, receptionists, file clerks, film librarians and library techs, social workers, patient advocates, phone operators, marketing and PR experts, HR personnel, transporters, cafeteria workers, customer support personnel, maintenance staff, IT support...everything any large corporation requires to operate.
If you haven't searched your local health care organization's website for non-clinical job listings, take a look today. Below, I've pasted in links to several nationwide, searchable databases.
Health Care Jobs, includes a list of recommended websites for searching health care jobs and posting resumes (Nationwide): healthcarejobs.org/jobs.htm
Empowering Health Jobs, offers a searchable database that pulls job listings from around the country using a broad base of clinical occupational search words (e.g. EKG Tech., Phlebotomist, Recreational Therapist, etc.): www.empoweringhealthjobs.com/
Health Care Career Web (Nationwide): www.healthcareerweb.com/
Healthcare Source (Nationwide): www.healthcaresource.com/index.php
Veteran's Health Administration Careers (Nationwide): www.vacareers.va.gov/
Quintessential Careers includes a job search function for health care, pharmaceuticals and social work, and it offers a long list of web links to other search sites: www.quintcareers.com/healthcare_jobs.html
Edited by: WARBLER1 at: 4/3/2009 (08:17)
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