The all-new Medacs Healthcare website has now been launched with a fresh new look and improved functionality. Many healthcare professionals are already seeing the benefits.
Check our some of the new features here.
Our candidates are the lifeblood of of our business. We wanted to ensure the new website meets your needs and gives you more information and features than ever before. Whether you’ve been with Medacs Healthcare for years or are just about to register with us, there’s more to discover at medacs.com.
The online registration process has been modified so you now complete registration forms online, making it more streamlined and convenient, whilst speeding up the registration process. This means we can get you through compliance and into opportunities much more quickly.
The new Medacs Healthcare website provides a new job search and match facility, which puts us ahead of our rivals. You will now be able to search using multiple grades, specialties and regions at the same time, giving you a more comprehensive job search facility. Once you’ve created a long list of the opportunities which interest you, you can use filters to fine tune your search.
The log in area is one of the most useful tools for our candidates. We’ve responded to feedback and made the layout cleaner and easier to use. Candidates can log in and view historical data such as pay history and past and future bookings. You can apply for jobs online and also check what documentation you have outstanding.
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