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ASSH Online Career Center

This area was constructed to help job seekers in the Hand surgery community find new employment opportunities. Use the links below to guide you as you begin your job search. Employers and recruiters: You now have access to our hand surgeon based resume bank. Browse our resumes or post your employment opportunity.

Job Seekers

  • Post an Anonymous Resume Post your anonymous resume for free and let employers submit opportunities to you. A great tool whether actively or passively seeking.
  • View Jobs View the newest/freshest jobs available in the hand surgery field...
  • Personal Job Alert Create a Job Alert and new jobs that match your search will be emailed to you.
  • Create Job Seeker Account Your Job Seeker account will let you store job openings, resumes, cover letters and more. Manage your job search online and with ease.
  • Access your Job Seeker Account Login to your free account to manage your job search, update your resume, and more...

Employers / Recruiters

  • View the Resumes View the resumes, and only pay for the ones that interest you. Browse the best professionals in the hand surgery...
  • Post a Job Reach the most qualified candidates by posting your opening with the ASSH Career Center.
  • Products/Pricing No matter what your staffing needs or budget, we have a recruitment product for you.
  • Create Employer Account Your Employer account will let you manage your job postings, store candidates, contact candidates and more. Manage your recruiting online and with ease.
  • Access your Employer Account Login to your free account to manage your candidate search, update your job posting, and more...

Questions/FeedbackIf you need assistance or have feedback about this service email customer service

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Search Tips

Tip 1: Start with the basics like “carpal tunnel.” You can always add more words later to narrow down results.

Tip 2: Choose words carefully and avoid terms that do not concern surgery.

Tip 3: Avoid capitalization and conjunctions like “the,” “and,” “or,” or “in.” Also, avoid using media types like “video,” “article,” and “picture.”

Tip 4: Your results can be refined by using either the tabs at the top (Video, Articles/WEB, Images, JHS, Products/Vendors), or the filters on the left (Filter by Source, Filter by Format, Filter by Purpose, etc.).

Tip 5: Punctuation can enhance your search as well. Use quotes (“search term”) to only include pages with the same words in the same order. But only use this if you are looking for an exact word or phrase, otherwise you may exclude helpful results. Add an asterisk (search term*) as a placeholder for any unknown or wildcard terms. For example, C*l Tunnel would give you results for Cubital Tunnel and Carpal Tunnel. Place a question mark (search term?) for single-character wildcard matching. For example, pa?ent would give you results for parent, patent, etc. You may also use the plus sign (search + word) between words for words you must have in the results.

Tip 6: We are always trying to improve our search, if you are having any trouble with search please refer to our survey here and we will use your comments to improve our search. You can also watch our search help video.