Frequently Asked Questions – Careers

Frequently asked questions about careers:

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After we evaluate your application and/or review your resume, we will determine whether the position you applied for or any other open position appears to be a good fit for your skills. Depending on the number of candidates for positions, this process may take several weeks. If it appears there may be a fit, we will contact you for more information or to arrange an interview.

Your resume will be kept on file for six months, and you may be contacted in the future. You are welcome to contact us to check on the status of your application.

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Staff receives one, two or three weeks of orientation depending on the position. In addition, there are regular educational programs for clinical staff, designed to help staff continually develop and expand their skills. Registered nurses are usually able to earn all of the continuing education credits they need through in-house programs.

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Hours depend on the position and location. Clinical position hours vary depending on the setting. We serve patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and positions exist at all times and all days of the week. Office work schedules also vary based on location and position. The offices are open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Part-time employees who work 24 hours or more a week are eligible for benefits.

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Some benefits are available the date of hire. Additional benefits, such as health insurance will begin the first of the month following 30 days of employment.