Frequently Asked Questions in General
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Some smart phones are capable of displaying our web site. It may take some zooming in/out though. The mobile tablets like the iPad seem to work well.
In small print at the bottom of each web page click on the 'contact us' hyperlink.
Login to your account. Select the Bids and Schedule menu then click on View Past Schedule.
Hospitals post jobs or projects, while veterinarians bid on their jobs or projects. Each hospital job or project consists of needed relief dates. As such it is possible that a job or project may not have received a bid from a veterinarian, however a doctor's bid cannot exist without being associated to a job or a project.
When hospitals post their jobs or projects, each job/project consists of desired relief dates. Each is assigned a sequential job or project ID number. When a veterinarian bids to work one or more of the dates the bid is assigned a separate and sequential Bid ID.
There is no charge for Relief doctors to register and bid on jobs or projects.
Hospitals pay our success fee but only when they hire a doctor. So they too may register, post jobs or projects, and meet and interview candidates at no charge. The hospital is under no obligation to hire a veterinarian and likewise the relief doctor is under no obligation to like the hospital either. Only when both parties agree to terms does the hospital owe/pay our success fee. It is important that our fee is budgeted into your negotiations.
Learn more: our terms and success fee.