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The Choice is Clear

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For more than twenty years, I have written curriculum vitae, resumes, cover letters, and other documents facilitating career advancement for a broad range of job seekers, including medical professionals, in the United States and the United Kingdom.  My responsibilities include directing my clients to access the external resources I am confident will benefit them in their job quest.  One of these resources is Oxford Medical: the U.K.’s largest medical career development firm.

 

By their very nature, interviews for physicians vary greatly from interviews conducted for businessmen and business women.  The interview process for physicians is much more rigorous and in-depth, fraught with specific questions designed to test one’s clinical knowledge as well as one’s medical ethics.  And, the interviews are often conducted not by a single individual but by a committee.  To navigate that process in this exceptionally competitive climate, job candidates must be more than effective.  They must be skilled in presenting their clinical competencies in a manner that persuades the hiring authorities to them. For this reason, I strongly recommend that medical professionals avail themselves of Oxford Medical’s expertise.

 

Perusal of their clean, user-friendly site will provide serious job candidates with information concerning the company’s consultant interview course, medical teaching course, medical management course, and teach the teacher course.  Campuses are conveniently located in both London and Oxford, England, and class sizes are small.  Conducive to a personalized approach to learning, the courses taught by highly capable instructors provide program participants with the tools necessary to prepare for and manage interviews in the most positive, professional fashion.  Designed to assist participants in piloting through the NHS medical job market, Oxford Medical’s programs respect the market’s most current trends and demands.

 

The choice is clear.  Oxford Medical can be the “make or break” factor in securing meaningful job interviews and ultimately, your ideal position as a skilled and dedicated healthcare provider.

 

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