What is the process? Though it may vary by role, for the general process we invite you to click on each number to read more.
The online application allows us to gather information in a fast and user-friendly way to determine experience level and qualifications for the position. Please make sure you upload a résumé in order to be considered for the position in which you are applying. If you are a returning applicant, please upload a new, revised resume to include all previous work history. Open positions are posted until filled, with a minimum of seven days for all public postings.
Behavioral Based Online Assessment
Behavioral assessments help us find and place qualified applicants with the skills and experience for the position. Behavioral assessments let recruiters and hiring managers compare applicant results to health care job benchmarks and assess key behavioral traits. We use the results to find the right person for the right job, which reduces turnover. The assessment takes applicants about 30 minutes of quiet, distraction-free time. It can be completed on a mobile device.
Resume & Assessment Review
In addition to reviewing assessment results, our recruiters review résumés for previous applicable experience, education, required licenses or certifications, etc. to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications for the position.
It is important you include the following:
- All previous work experience (with to and from dates in a mm/yyyy format)
- We calculate salary offers based on applicable years of experience (AYE).
- Professional license(s)
- Professional certification(s)
- As a health care organization we are required to verify all required items in the job description as part of the background check.
HR Recruiter Screen:
If selected for a recruiter screen, you should expect to spend approximately 30 minutes talking with a recruiter.
Be prepared to answer questions related to your:
- Previous work history
- Career achievements and motivators
- Shift availability
- Start date availability
- Salary expectations
- Future interview availability
- Certifications and licenses expected date if moving to Utah or a new grad
The face-to-face interview allows you to meet with the hiring manager and/or a department designee. Other members of the team may also attend. Interviews can be individual or with a panel. This interview is generally dedicated to job competencies, duties and responsibilities, work schedule requirements and other pertinent information to determine team and job fit. Be prepared to ask all questions you need answered to determine if you are interested in pursuing this opportunity.
When we’ve found the right candidate for the position, a job offer is extended through a phone call. Once you accept the offer, a confirmation email will be sent that includes information about salary, job title, department, hiring manager, start date, and benefit contact information (if applicable).
The offer is contingent on satisfactory completion of license verification and required screenings.
Once you accept the job, we will verify any required licenses needed for the position. All licenses will need to be verified before the first day of work.
We require all new candidates to complete a series of screenings before the first day of work. This includes a drug screen, background check, submission of five professional references, an immunization consult at our Work Wellness Center, and validation of employment eligibility. You will receive an email from the recruiter with specifics on how and when each task must be completed.
After you’ve completed the required tasks and our recruiters have verified necessary licenses your first day of work will be at New Employee Orientation. Based on your role, you may also be assigned to attend clinical and IT orientations. Welcome to the team!!