Candidates

Graduates

We'll work with you to gain an in-depth understanding of your strengths, career trajectories, aspirations, and concerns. We’ll respect what you’ve accomplished, while acknowledging your desire to achieve a proper work/life balance. We’ll honor your privacy and time constraints, openly share all information, answer questions honestly, and do our best to earn your absolute trust.

Once we’ve taken all relevant search factors into consideration, we’ll use our deep connections in the industry and our unparallelled experience to match the you to the right position.

Our goal is simple. We build long-term, trusted, confidential relationships with medical professionals and the organizations that employ them. We understand that you are much more than a CV that describes your academic training. Your aspirations and goals matter, and each of us has their own understanding of what a proper life/work balance looks like.

We also know from experience, that today's promising graduate may well become tomorrows industry leader with extensive personnel demands and requirements. 

We also take your data privacy seriously – please see our Privacy Policy for more information on how we process and safeguard your information.

The Job Search (In Practice Articles)
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You can compensate for lack of experience with enthusiasm, effort, and hard work..., the same things that got you through your training.
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Your resume includes all of your clinical experience as well as license and certification. To improve your resume writing skills, here are some Do’s and Don’ts to make your resume stand out among the other applicants:
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SpineSearch wants all of our candidates to have the best chance of finding a job they love. As a candidate, working with a recruiter can really improve your chances of getting the right job. Look for a recruiter that specializes in your field; this ensures that you will only be getting calls about jobs that pertain to your line of work.
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A good cover letter is every bit as important as your resume. This is your introduction to the prospective employer. This week we are focusing on how to write a great cover letter that will impress any employer.
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It’s Not All “Dollars and Cents” When it Comes To Your Job Search. When searching for a new position most people tend to look for and accept the highest paying position possible. Big mistake No matter your level of experience, you should take a look beyond the dollar amount you are offered as salary. There are many other factors to think through besides the salary that a position pays.
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6 Steps to your dream job. If you’re a new physician looking for employment it can be a daunting task. All of a sudden you are thrust into the job market and knowing where to invest your time can be tricky. You don’t want to be forced to take a job you don’t particularly like, or be stuck with no viable options.