Physician Assistant Job Search

Physician Assistant Job Search

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Hello there! This post will be a compilation of all the links I used when looking for new grad PA positions. For job platforms, I used: Indeed and LinkedIn. “New Grad PA”, “surgical PA”, “physician assistant”, etc. were my keywords that I used.

I was also recommended to look for Locum Tenens positions (short-to-long term PA gigs). One of my mentors said to use Tracy Zweig Associates. This might be super intimidating for new grads since these positions are typically more independent in nature. I haven’t had personal experience with this yet and will let you all know how it goes.

Links:

https://www.thebalancecareers.com/phone-interview-questions-and-answers-2061217

https://www.createcultivate.com/blog/interview-tips

http://www.npstudentmagazine.com/magazine-issue/students-today/salary-and-contract-negotiations-what-to-consider-when-offered-a-job/

https://www.createcultivate.com/blog/2016/4/4/13-questions-to-ask-yourself-before-accepting-a-job

https://www.createcultivate.com/blog/how-to-negotiate-benefits-at-work

https://www.upcounsel.com/is-a-verbal-offer-binding

Super helpful YouTube videos that I watched:

Resumes and CV

Interview

Contracts Negotiations

Looking for a position can be a full-time job in itself. Be patient and follow up when possible. Networking also played a huge role for me. Attend local events, job fairs, etc. to see what is out there and have your CV & resume ready. More recently, I’ve seen many employers post on Instagram about open positions. USE Instagram to your advantage! As always, seek advice from your PA colleagues!

Jazmine

Rotation #11 : Facial Plastic Surgery / ENT

Rotation #11 : Facial Plastic Surgery / ENT

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