At John Muir Health, our values are a part of everything we do. To help develop a mutually satisfying relationship between our organization and potential employees, we’ve created a simple, online hiring process to match candidates with current job openings.
Search our jobs to view a list of openings and submit an online application form for jobs you are interested in. Your resume and contact information will be sent directly to the recruiter handling the job for which you applied.
To acknowledge your application, we will send you an e-mail response. Should there be a match between your qualifications and our employment needs, a recruiter will contact you directly.
Once we get your online application, a recruiter will review your qualifications and work closely with the hiring manager to determine if you are a match for the job you applied for. If your skills fit what we’re looking for, the recruiter and hiring manager will contact you to arrange an interview.
You can monitor your application online at any time by logging into the Applicant Management System. Select “My Job Page.” This will display all of your job submissions. Use the Submission Status field to view the current status of your application.
Our recruitment team maintains and updates job postings every day. We encourage you to check back each week to search for new job opportunities with John Muir Health.
If you are interested in a position that is not currently posted, you can create a Job Posting Notification that will notify you when a job matching your profile is posted.
Once you click that box, you will start to receive these email notifications.
If you are extended a conditional offer of employment, you will be scheduled to meet with a healthcare provider at U.S. HealthWorks who will review your health history and perform a physical examination. A blood test will be done to check for immunity against certain childhood diseases and screen for tuberculosis.
In addition, a 10-panel urine drug screen is performed. John Muir Health enforces its drug-free workplace policy with respect to all illegal drugs, including marijuana. That means that, any drug screen that tests positive for a marijuana metabolite will be considered a positive drug screen. We do not honor medical marijuana cards for our drug screening process.