🔥 Jobs In Women's Health | March 30, 2024

Women's Health Finance 101, Jobs from Lasa Health, Carrot, ACOG, Oma, Proov, LOLA and more!

Welcome to our 52 new subscribers this week!

I look forward to helping all of you connect, learn and grow your careers in women’s health.

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Are you interested in learning the business-side of Women’s Health?

Do you want to learn how the money flows between patients, payers and providers? What does a seed, Series-A or Series B company mean? What are the unique challenges marketing women’s health products?

I’m putting together the first cohort-based course to go in-depth on the business-side of women’s health, while learning from industry experts, and solving real-life, industry problems in June 2024.

There will only be 25 spots in this 6-week pilot cohort.

NOTE: Enrollment will open in order of when you joined the waitlist so jump in line. No commitment.

What are your questions about advancing your career in women’s health?

We’ve gotten some great reader questions. Reply to this email or submit your question here for a future newsletter.

We got some great questions this week:

  • What are the components of a good resume executive summary, especially for those of us with no healthcare experience? (can there be narrative about why you are passionate about the space?)

Impact. Impact. Impact. Your resume executive summary is the “profile picture” for your online dating profile. It’s the thing that keeps people reading. What are the 3-5 most compelling things (related to the role) that you’ve done in your career? This is what you should list here. This is what you want to highlight in your resume executive summary. It’s valuable real-estate, and your passion can be mentioned, but remember that most people who are applying for roles in women’s health right now are passionate — so that alone isn’t going to make you stand out.

  • Do you adapt your executive summary to different postings or should that remain static?

Yes, it’s recommended to adapt the executive summary to include a few of the keywords from the job posting. You may also want to mention the exact job title in the Executive summary somewhere so that your resume appears when searched in the ATS (applicant tracking system).

  • Do you re-email/reach out when you haven't heard back from a company after applying?

Yes, a 3x follow up is ok. Once to thank the recruiter, once to check in on the timing, once to follow up on the process and maybe once to provide an update on your process (if applicable). We talked through this more in Office Hours so check out the recording on our Slack channel if you’d like to learn more.

  • If there is a posting open at a company that fits you, what process should we follow? (e.g. apply then reach out, reach out before applying, does it matter who we reach out to?

Always get your application in the ATS as soon as possible because companies sometimes stop reviewing resumes based on timestamp if they get an overwhelming response. Then reach out to anyone who you know and/or are connected to on LinkedIn to ask for more info, to be connected to the company and to see if they would be willing to do an internal referral for you.

How else we can help:

  1. Hiring? Don’t see your roles below? Reply to this email and let me know to connect to your job board or careers page.

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HELP! Connections Needed

Our In Women’s Health Community members are looking for connections at the following companies. Please reach out to me directly if you have a connection and would be willing to make an intro.

  • Rula

  • GoodRX

  • Owlet

  • Dame

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Didn’t see any this week that fit but send any along that you see!

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