ACOEM OEM | Explore FAQs

March 24, 2023 by
ACOEM OEM | Explore FAQs
MedGeo Ventures, Justin MacLean
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OEM | Explore Overview

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OEM | Explore

Frequently Asked Questions

What do the icons on the map mean?

While navigating the map you will see different color dots.  Each dot signifies a location where OEM providers practice today.  The different colors of the dots determine whether or not the employer at this site is hiring, networking or inactive.  The green dot with the plus means this site is advertising open jobs.  The green dot indicates an employer who is open to connecting with providers but may not have open positions. The gray dot signifies an employer that is within the field of occupational medicine but may or may not be hiring.  Click the "Help Me Connect" button on these sites to connect with an OEM Explore representative, and we'll help you connect with employers that have gray dots.

On OEM Explore, every site that has or is looking for an occupational medicine provider is located on the map. To find specific locations or sites, use the filter in the header and select ‘Hiring’. Hiring sites are locations that are actively looking for an OEM provider and will have jobs posted on their site profile.

Filters are a great way to narrow down job search criteria. On OEM Explore, there are 3 ways to filter:

Site Status Filter

Hiring: the site is has active job postings and is actively looking for an OEM provider

Networking: the site may not have an active job position, but is looking to connect and build relationships, to fill positions as they arise

Inactive: unknown if the site is actively hiring or not, but members can still inquire about the location

Specialty Filter

This list includes all OEM specific specialties so you can narrow your search by site facilities that hire for that type of provider. The map will update automatically based on your selection. 

Practice Setting Filter

By selecting a practice setting the map will update to only include the facilities that match your selection. 

You have the ability to save and customize your job search in a few different ways on OEM Explore.

Market Follows: Click the heart icon in the top right at any view of the map to get updates and notifications for all sites and jobs listed in that area.  

Site Follows: When viewing a site profile click the heart icon to get updates and notification specific to that site. 

Job Follows: When viewing a job that interests you, simply click on the heart and it will be added to your follow list and you will be notified of any updates. Unhearting a job removes it from your follow list.

You can use the heart follow feature to get updates on jobs and sites.  By clicking the heart icon on sites and jobs you will automatically be set up to receive notifications when changes to the site or a job are made by the employer. You can manage your follows by clicking on Notifications on the top right of the navigation bar.

Not only do we have every OEM facility on the map we also provide data to show what living and working in your desired location would look like.  

Personal Interest layers will let you get a sense of home prices, commute times, crime and a satellite view of the area.  There is also the ability to apply layers on Employees by Industry which allows you to see where people work within specific industries. For example agriculture, armed forces and art & entertainment. As you apply different layers, the legend will highlight the range of density, population, price etc. To understand the scale of each layer, click on the legend I bubble to see how density is determined. 

Every site allows you to connect with an employer. 

Hiring & Networking Sites: Message or share your profile with an employer by using the “Share My Profile” feature at the bottom site or job. 

Inactive Sites: Connect with ACOEM Member Liaison on inactive sites by using the Help Me Connect button. Ask questions or express interest in a site and work with the Member Liaison to get connected to an Employer.

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