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Don't waste your time on generic job boards. The AOAExcel Career Center is the only career center associated with the AOA, giving you the confidence that your resume will be seen by hiring managers and recruiters looking for a doctor of optometry like you. 

Getting started is as easy as creating an account, completing your profile and uploading your resume. Be ready to be found by your dream employer in a matter of minutes—all at no cost to you. You can even search open positions—no account required. Make sure you set up real-time job alerts to deliver career center posts directly to your inbox as they are posted.

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Stay on top of the best positions available by customizing real-time job alerts. Submit a search and click the “Create a Job Alert” button to get started and have open positions delivered straight to your inbox. You can customize your job alerts to cater to your preferred location, experience level, school affiliation and more.

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Allow employers to connect with you directly. Upload your resume and set your privacy settings to be visible to thousands of hiring managers and recruiters. 

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Search job positions spanning the country, providing you with the opportunity for a wide variety of options in all modalities and locations. Use the AOAExcel Career Center to search for a position in your preferred location with the peace of mind that you'll be applying to quality employers. Start your career search with the only career center associated with the AOA.

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