Career Center

Search Listings

As medical and life science trainees and alumni you represent a wide range of skill sets, interests, and levels of experience.  The job posting sites and job search engines below were developed with your needs in mind:

COMING SOON!! Stanford SciMed

SciMed, Stanford School of Medicine’s own science and medical job and internship database, will be available very soon for student registration! Employers are already posting job and internships opportunities specifically for Stanford Biosciences and School of Medicine trainees and alumni.

Other Specialized Job Search Engines

1) Bio Careers enables you to search positions in academia, industry, and government which are expressly appropriate for MDs and PhDs in the life sciences and engineering.  To make full use of the services available establish an account and register here: http:/stanford./biocareers.com/

2) Nature Jobs features vacancies from a variety of organizations worldwide, especially representing the sectors of academia, biotechnology, and government:  http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/index.html

3) Rich’s Business Information: National Bioscience Database lists various types of jobs ranging from executive to manager-level in various departments (management, R&D, marketing, legal, etc.) within the Biotechnology and Medical Device sectors. For those interested in high-tech jobs, the National High-Tech Database is located here as well.  Postings are listed from all states and they include organization contact information : http://www.richsdata.com/Admin/Users/CustomEntryPage.aspx?uid=10512
*Subscription paid for by central campus Career Development Center

4) BioSpace allows job seekers to search for positions at life science companies by industry, industry segment, service, and location, providing a large selection of possibilities:   http://www.biospace.com/ 

5)  Medical Workers is an extensive job posting resource for those considering jobs in allied health, nursing, or medical practice as a physician:  http://www.medicalworkers.com/

6)  The Chronicle of Higher Education is a leading resource for finding recent articles and advice about, and jobs in, academia and higher education administration: http://chronicle.com/section/Home/5 (the SoMCC also carries the hard copy format of this publication in the library)

7) International Jobs Center provides job postings for those interested in international work, including: international healthcare, government, education, development and more. Postings are added weekly through International Career Employment Weekly: http://www.internationaljobs.org/ (password information may be obtained by visiting the SoMCC library)

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