Saint Luke’s Health System is committed to the health and safety of our patients, visitors, and staff. Effective Nov. 1, 2021, full COVID-19 vaccination is a condition of employment for all SLHS employees.
Can I apply for multiple job openings at once?
Yes, you can. We recommend you limit your applications to the jobs that you are most interested in.
What is your hiring process?
We work hard to quickly get our candidates in touch with recruiters and hiring managers so we can make the process as easy as possible for you. Our recruiters and hiring managers review applications submitted to our career site to determine who should be called for a phone interview and brought in for an in-person interview.
When will my benefits start if offered a position?
Benefits start the first of the month after hire.
What does PRN mean?
PRN is an acronym widely used in the health care industry that means “as needed” or “as necessary.” Our PRN needs vary dependent on the position and are not on a set schedule.
Can you explain your Nurse Residency program?
Nurse Residency candidates are hired as an RN and work in a Saint Luke’s hospital. Check out some information on our Nurse Residency Program.
What is the status of my application?
Log in to your account using the details you created when applying to the position. Then you will be able to see the status of your application.
When will I hear back after I’ve applied to a job opening?
As soon as our recruiters are able to review your application, they will update your status in your account, or they will call you to discuss the position in more detail.
How can I attend an online, virtual career fair or event?
Saint Luke’s hosts weekly online career fairs to connect our candidates directly to our recruiters and hiring managers. See a list of our events.
Will there be any form of training provided?
Training is dependent on each individual role. We offer several opportunities for employees to quickly learn everything needed to be successful in their role like classes, webinars, and online trainings. Co-workers and managers are very helpful in getting new employees acclimated to Saint Luke’s and their specific role.