Apply for a job in a doctor's office by checking for listings on general job posting sites, specialty medial career sites and community job boards and submitting an application along with a copy of your resume. Some jobs do not require extensive medical training, instead focusing on other skills such as office management, billing or translation.Continue Reading
Begin by determining the type of doctor's office job you want so that you can focus on the appropriate job hunting websites and publications. For example, a nursing job may appear under health care listings on a general career website or only on a medical or nursing job listing site, whereas a receptionist position may appear under a section for office managers or administrative roles. Similarly, a doctor looking to hire a full-time accountant may post the opening in financial publications.
As you look for jobs, make note of the different requirements and skills that appear in the postings so that you may tailor your resume accordingly. Each time you submit a resume, it should directly correspond to the contents of the job listing, without including false or inaccurate information; this shows the hiring manager that you have the appropriate qualifications for the job. You may also need to fill out an application when you submit your resume, and some doctor's offices also require an in-person interview to complete the process.Learn more about Career Aspirations