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Completing Your Career Profile
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Your professional/career profile matches you with potential employers. It is set to private but can be made public by selecting yes on the Visible to employers toggle located in the Career Profile tab.

Making Your Account Visible to Employers

Go to your " Career Profile" tab.

You can access your Career Profile the following ways:

  1. Click your Name on the top right of the screen, then click "Career Profile" from the drop-down. a

  2. While on the main dashboard, change your Dashboard View to Professional by clicking view, and in the drop-down, select "Professional" and then select "Professional Profile." image shows Professional selection in dashboard view image shows professional profile selection

Completing your Career Profile

  1. While on the "Career Profile" screen, the toggle labeled "Visible to employers" allows you to make your account accessible to employers.

    To activate this feature, select "Yes" and click "Save" at the bottom of the screen.

    member career profile section

  2. Upload your most recent Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Resume document.

    member career profile section pointing to upload button

  3. Update your Basic Information (citizenship, schedule, practice preferences, etc.).

    Career Profile basic information section

  4. Update your Additional Information (board-certified, schooling, etc.).

    image Additional Information panel

  5. Make sure to click "Save" after you complete this tab.

    image Save button

Fill in your Opportunity Areas

The Opportunity Area lets you define any selected location's search area radius/distance.

  1. Under navigation, click "Opportunity Areas".
    image Navigation panel with Opportunity Areas selected
  2. Add a new location.
  3. Type the address in the Location text box.
  4. Enter the Distance to search around that address (in miles).
  5. Click "Save"to save your changes.
    image example Opportunity Areas panel

NOTE: The area map works best when just entering City, State, and Zip, or just Zip.

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