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Looking for a few good people? Or thinking about moving on to someplace new? Here are Web sites that specialize in helping fill employment needs for the long term care industry. Aside from these locations, don't forget to check individual company sites, which often include new job openings.

www.aacn.nche.edu/CareerLink/ index.htm

Designed by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, this is a nurse employment-oriented site "dedicated to matching graduates of baccalaureate and higher degree programs in nursing with employers that value their level of education." Employers may post links to their companies' Web sites, human resources departments and job search pages.

www.assistedlivingjobs.com

www. longtermcarejobs.com

Developed by Health Care Job Store Inc., these sites specialize in helping persons find employment in long term care facilities. Basic features include a job search engine, resume posting and employer profiles. Unique elements include assisted living and long term care industry salary surveys, a job search agent that matches candidate skills with prospective employer and links to more than 325 other medical industry job search sites maintained by HCJS.

www.careermosaic.com

Another versatile employment search site, offering job lookups by category and location and resume posting. Also provides the opportunity to conduct an online "pre-interview" for jobs in your area, and can send new job listings by e-mail to job seeker.

www.centerwatch.com

Provides extensive listings of career and educational opportunities for clinical research professionals in the U.S., Canadian and International markets. Seen by approximately 60,000 health care professionals daily.

www.hojobsonline.com

The health care jobs online site advertises itself as "a one stop shopping mall for health care job seekers, recruiters and hiring officials." A bit easier to navigate than other sites, hcjobs features a health care jobs bulletin board for employment seekers and a post-a-job link for those who need positions filled. There's also links to several medical industry recruiters.

www.healthcareerweb.com

Geared a bit more toward newcomers to the medical industry, this site allow searches by location, industry and type of job. There are also various resources, including links to job fairs, local employment guides and college education centers.

www.hospitalconnect.com

The American Hospital Association's career center which provides access to more than 4 million resumes and 300,000 industry jobs nationwide via career builder.com.

www.medhunters.com

Advertises itself as "North America's leading job board for healthcare professionals." Typically posts more than 12,000 available jobs in all medical fields and positions from almost 400 employers nationwide. Postings go directly to the employer. Job searches may be conducted by keyword. Listings are updated "within 60 days."

www.medsearch.com

Part of the Monster.com network, this site works for job seekers and those with jobs to fill. Versatile engine allows search by industry, specialty/position, company, location, even benefits offered by each firm. Includes employer profiles and tips on how to improve your resume.

www.nursingcenter.com

A site dedicated to those working in or with those in the nursing profession, nursing center.com includes a career center where nurses or persons in need of them may find or post jobs. Site lists more than 5,200 full-time, part-time, temporary and permanent positions.

www.rtalliance.com

A Web site specializing in helping medical care facilities meeting their short-term and long-term temporary and permanent employment needs. Includes a link to MedicalJobSpot.com, an Internet job search and recruitment service that is exclusively health care jobs.
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