and Networking Resources
an early careerist, you may be facing many career issues. Do you
need a mentor? Are you successfully networking
to build connections for the future? Do you have
the skills to meet your current responsibilities
and move on to the next level? ACHEs Healthcare Executive Career
Resource Center provides resources that can help you answer these questions
and develop a career management plan. Following is a sampling of the
programs and services available through HECRC.
Job and Resume Bank
Search a range of opportunities in the healthcare field, across the
country and across the continuum of care with the ACHE Job Bank. If your organization is
trying to fill a position, you can also use the Job Bank to
post opportunities. Develop and post your electronic resume to market yourself to employers
across the country and across the continuum of care with the ACHE Resume Bank.
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to Write a Winning Resume
Art of the Deal
How can you make sure you get the best possible package--one that
satisfies you and your new employer?
Job Interview: How to Sell Yourself...Subtly
You Have to be Outstanding to Stand Out?
Learn to distinguish yourself from the rest of the candidates as
a leader, not just a manager.
Job Search and the Unsolicited Phone
is Tough, Not Working is Tougher
Effective networking requires three simple tools: a business card,
a pen, and the right attitude.
for Job Interviews
Executive as a Career Manager
Dont put off career planning--it is a critical aspect of your
Find out where to locate information on representative salary, benefits,
and terms associated with specific healthcare management positions.
a Career Action Plan
includes questions and answers on
topics including career moves, interviewing skills,
ACHE services, work/life balance and more.
presentations on interviewing, networking, crafting a resume, and
other career management strategies for early careerists.
Leadership Mentoring Network
The Leadership Mentoring Network can pair you with a senior-level executive
who can give you advice and assist in your development. Its a
classic mentorship made to fit the fast pace of todays business
Career Management Network
The Career Management Network is a group of ACHE member volunteers
who can give you information and advice about career transitions and
provide names of key contacts in your chosen region or healthcare specialty.
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