Frequently Asked Questions
If you've reviewed our career site and are still wondering about a particular aspect of our organization, here are the answers to the questions that our candidates ask most frequently. We hope that addressing these topics will make you feel more confident that you're making the right choice to apply with Hospital Sisters Health System.
We love referrals! The process to submit a referral is to login to our Refer a Friend platform and submit your friend’s information. hshs.employeereferrals.com
Your application begins when you create an online career profile (similar to a resume) that contains all of your relevant personal, work and education information, and clarifies what you are looking for in a position.
Once your profile has been created, you can sign up to receive job alerts for positions that match your skill set. You will be asked a series of pre-screening questions and will be led through your profile (education, work experience, and interests), giving you the opportunity to make any changes. At the end of the online application process, your application will be submitted and reviewed.
Yes, if you forgot your password, you can easily reset it. Just click Log back in! at the top right corner of any page on the career site. You'll be directed to the Login page, where you'll see a link for Forgot your password?. Click that link, enter your email address, and then check your email for directions to reset your password.
You can check your status by logging in to your profile and reviewing your candidate dashboard. The dashboard will display all positions you've applied to, along with the status of each one.
We encourage our applicants to apply for the positions they feel would be the best fit for them. You may apply to multiple positions.
Your application is first reviewed by a Talent Acquisition Consultant who is familiar with the requirements for the position. If the Talent Acquisition Consultant sees you have the necessary talent, skills and training for a position, the application will be forwarded to the hiring manager for review.
Yes, you will be notified when the position is filled. This notification can be found by checking your application status or via email.
You can log into your profile and on your dashboard, you can see all jobs that you have applied for. If your application is incomplete, there will be a button on the position to “Continue Application.” Once complete, this will go away.
HSHS no longer accepts mailed/faxed resumes to our office. All job applications must be completed online. If you do not have access to a computer, consider visiting your local library. Many branches have computers for public use. Another great resource is your local job center.
After your application is submitted, an auto-generated confirmation email will be sent to the email address you entered. Be sure to check spam folders if you don't receive it right away.
Official employment with HSHS commences upon the successful completion of a pre-employment physical which includes a drug screen and background check. HSHS is a Drug Free Workplace. Patient and colleague safety is one of our top priorities at HSHS, so every colleague is given a drug test after a contingent offer is extended and before the colleague is able to start work.
You can set up a saved search by entering your name, email address, and career area you're interested in on this page https://careers-hshs.icims.com/connect
As a community healthcare system, we comply with the federal mandate. This means that new hires must be fully vaccinated or seek an exemption from the vaccine.
- The federal mandate applies to colleagues, licensed practitioners, students, trainees, volunteers, and individuals who provide care, treatment, or other services for HSHS facilities and/or patients, under contract or other arrangements.
- The federal mandate does not apply to healthcare workers who are working 100% remote.
- The federal government is not giving healthcare workers the option to do weekly testing if they do not get the COVID-19 vaccine.
- The federal law does allow healthcare workers to seek exemptions from getting the COVID-19 vaccine if they have sincerely held religious beliefs against the COVID-19 vaccine or a valid medical exemption signed by their doctor.
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