Looking for new career opportunity as a urology professional? Then don’t miss AUA's upcoming Career Fair in Chicago. For job seekers, this free event will give you the opportunity to meet with employers and recruiters, check out open positions in urology across the country and network with other professionals.
Make sure to also stop by the AUA Career Kiosk. With the AUA JobFinder, you can browse openings with the ability to refine your search by what is most important to you! Search openings, easily apply to your dream job through the career center, post your resume so employers can contact you and more!
What: AUA Career Fair
When: Sunday, April 30; 10 a.m. to Noon
Where: McCormick Place, Pre-Function Space outside of the Grand Ballroom
Which employers will be at the career fair?
Some of the nation's premier healthcare companies will be in attendance, including:
- Kaiser Permanente Northern California
- Solaris Health
- …and many more!
Who should attend the career fair?
Physicians, researchers, residents and fellows seeking new career opportunities in the fields of urology. Learn what recruiters are looking for when hiring Urology professionals and explore open positions with employers who are seeking candidates. Register online as a job seeker.
Recruiters and employers looking for talented Urology professionals. Find candidates who are at the top of their fields and actively seeking new opportunities. Register online as an employer.
Five ways to make the most of the AUA career fair:
- Pre-register online. The Career Fair is open to all, but pre-registering online will allow you to receive updates as the event grows closer to give you an edge over your colleagues.
- Bring your resume. Tailor your resume to make it stand out to employers. Browse open Urology positions on the online AUA JobFinder and optimize your resume with keywords and skills from the job listings. Print several copies on high-quality paper to bring with you.
- Dress the part. This is an informal event, but you’ll still be making a first impression on potential employers. We recommend wearing business casual attire.
- Make new friends. The Career Fair isn’t only a chance to connect with recruiters and employers. Spend some time talking with other attendees, too. You might meet someone who’s in the know about a new vendor, best practice or even a job lead!
- Follow up. Gather contact information from everyone you talk with, and attempt to map out next steps while you’re still face to face. Then follow up! Use the contact information you collect to send a personal thank you note or email. If an employer asked you to apply for a position directly online, do that first and mention it in your note.