Job Search Resources
The Resource Center also has a Business section with books on interviewing, cover letters, resumes as well as other helpful "on the job" skill building tips. Here we've compiled some helpful links to help with your employment search. Also be sure to check in with Coyne's Career Services, who will help you with resume structuring and job leads.
This Handbook will give you information on the nature and working conditions of various careers in the United States. It features information such as typical working conditions, education or training needed to work in the field as well as the industry's expected growth.
A directory of job, career, and education information sources available online. Also a source for salaries by career area, and original articles on topics of interest, and pointers to over 1600 helpful web sites,that have been reviewed by their editors with a brief synopsis.
Job Search Websites
LinkedIn is a professional networking site that can be used to find jobs through collegues, learn about special organization in your field and to follow companies that you might be interested in working for or with. Go to their website to learn even more of ways LinkedIn can help you develop your career possibilities. Signing up for an account is free and it is a great way to promote your skills and network for job openings.
Create job alerts tailored to your specific requirements so you'll be alerted when a new job is posted that matches your criteria.
This site lists medical assistant positions found on company career pages, other job boards, newspapers and associations.
Health Care Jobs is a good resource for both employment opportunities and important articles about the medical assisting profession. It offers a wide variety of career, jobs, and networking possibilities.
Allied Health Careers is a useful resource for medical assistants and other healthcare workers so users can search for jobs by region and keyword as well as post a resume, find a career coach and browse frequently asked questions.
Health Direction is a comprehensive healthcare resource that allows you to complete a profile so employers can contact you directly or you can search by category or state. Plus, you can research industry trends in the private and public healthcare sectors.
This comprehensive site offers nationwide health care jobs listings for all health care occupations, including medical assistants. Offers a free online resume builder. Also view details about employers, apply for jobs online, and post your resume.
While there are just a few dozen open positions for medical assistants, the site is well-organized and allows you to refine your search in a variety of ways, including specialty, location, career level, and date posted.
Modern Healthcare is a good place to go for the latest in industry news, and the career section offers a number of medical assisting positions.
This website represents Kindred's 100 hospitals, long-term care centers, rehabilitation centers, hospice and home health care agencies. This site provides information and an online application for medical assistants and other health care professionals.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) offers career opportunities in medical assisting in hospitals in suburban Chicago, Philadelphia, Tulsa, and suburban Phoenix. To focus your medical assistant career on comprehensive cancer treatment, apply online.
Many jobs in Allied Health are found at hospitals. The following are links to directories for hospitals in Illinois and and some neighboring States. Note that licensing for work in individual states may be needed.
List of IHA member hospitals & health systems with links to their websites & Google maps.
Search for names and locations of Indiana Hospitals by city or county.
Search for names and locations of Wisconsin Hospitals by county.
Search for names and locations of Iowa Hospitals by city.
Use Alphabetical listing of hospitals located in cities and counties of Missouri.