Are you a current employee with University of Utah Health? Are you interested in becoming a member of our staff? Advance your future in health care with career development services at University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics. The Workforce Development Center services are available to all current employees and non-employees!

We invite you to explore career pathways, develop learning opportunities, and advance your career with the support of our team. Learn about a variety of career pathways for both clinical and non-clinical careers.

The Workforce Development Center at U of U Health provides job counseling, career guidance, referral services, and support for career development. Services are expert, confidential, and provided at no cost for both employees and non-employees.

How to Search and Apply for Jobs at U of U Health

Career Development Counseling & Job Search Assistance

The Workforce Development Center at U of U Health offers one-on-one counseling for career development and job search assistance. This service is free of charge and available to all employees and non-employees. Click here to request an appointment with a member of our Workforce Development Center.

Job fairs are a great opportunity to meet with our recruitment team and hiring managers. Our team attends different events from Ogden to Provo throughout the year. We also hold our own career fairs from time to time. To view what events we will be attending, visit our Events Calendar.

Career Pathways Navigation

Navigating the next step in your career can be tricky at times. You may ask yourself, “What options are available for me?” or “What position would be the right one to help me advance in my career?” We have resources to help you.

What are Career Pathways?

Career pathways support workers’ transitions from education into and through the workforce. Pathways combine education and experience to support the development of a variety of careers. If you are transitioning into a new career, including entry-level, mid, or senior-level, let us help explore opportunities to join U of U Health!

Current U of U Health Employees – (Internal Only – Login Required): Our job library of current job descriptions and our employment site of internal job openings are available for you to research, review, and apply when you’re ready.

Non-Employee Resources: Access current job openings on our career site.

Accelerate your career at U of U Health and learn about jobs in demand for both Clinical and Non-Clinical pathways by visiting our Career Pathway site.

Professional Learning and Development

U of U Health supports professional learning and development for all current employees. The WE CARE Program offered by Organizational Development is available for all current employees. Courses are designed to support professional and leadership development.

To learn more about available courses and course descriptions, and to view a calendar of upcoming classes, please visit the WE CARE Offerings page available through Pulse or by following the URL links below.

Current Employees – (Internal Only)

Current Employee & Non-Employee

Apprenticeships, Job Training, and Other Job Openings

Apprenticeships can be a great way to learn a new profession and gain hands-on experience. University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics provides best-in-class job training with the support of apprenticeship programs. Come explore various career pathways and learn about our apprenticeship opportunities!

Apprenticeship Programs and other Job Openings:

Advanced Transition to Practice – RNs

University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics offers a wide variety of resources to support careers in nursing. Our nurses receive best-in-class training designed to support continued education, professional, leadership, and skill development. We welcome you to learn more about our Transition to Practice, Nurse Residency, and Nurse Apprentice opportunities by clicking here.

Transition to Practice Program

All newly hired registered nurses in this position will be automatically enrolled in our Transition to Practice program. Various tracks are offered to help introduce and develop new nurses in their area of specialty such as oncology, critical care, emergency care, acute care, perioperative, and ambulatory clinic care. Additional instruction on policies, procedures, skills, and best practices at our hospitals and clinics is also provided.

Nurse Residency Program

Newly registered nurses (defined as having less than one year of applicable nurse work experience) will be automatically enrolled in our Nurse Residency Program. This unique program supports new nurses in their first year of practice through monthly trainings focused on professional development, clinical skills, leadership, and growth in confidence.

Nurse Apprentice

We offer early start nursing experiences to those in the final semester of their nursing program. Our nurse apprentices will have the opportunity to work directly with patients under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. This position includes direct contact with patients, nursing staff, and other interdisciplinary team members.

Tools Library

The task of finding and applying for a new job can feel a little overwhelming. Where do I begin? How do I find the right job for me? What should I include on my resume? We’ve created step-by-step guides to help you along your job application journey, from searching our employment site to crafting the perfect resume and preparing for the interview.

  • How to Create a Resume: A step-by-step guide on the different resume formats and the important information to include.
  • Resume Writing Outline and Sample: A simple worksheet to help candidates create and enhance their resumes.
  • Resume Templates: Three resume temples to help you get started with building the perfect resume.
  • How to Search for a Job Guide for Future and Current employees: For future employees, we’ve created a step-by-step guide on how to navigate our employment site to find job opportunities and apply. For current employees, we’ve put together instructions to assist you in navigating ICIMS to find new job opportunities within our organization and apply.
  • Interview Guide for Best Practices: From scheduling the interview to what to wear and how to answer questions, we’ve come up with 11 tip guide to help you prepare for an upcoming interview.

Free Resources

University of Utah Health Mission Statement: We serve the people of Utah and beyond by continually improving individual and community health and quality of life. This is achieved through excellence in patient care, education, and research; each is vital to our mission and makes the others stronger.

The Workforce Development Center at University of Utah Health is committed to providing high-quality services and additional resources for work readiness, education, health, and well-being. Explore our list of campus and community partners who provide a wide range of services.

Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills

Resume Writing


Education: Job Readiness

  • Utah Community Action
    • Resources: English Second Language (ESL), GED Prep, Job Readiness, Financial Literacy, and more.
  • Utah State Board of Education
    • Resources: Adult Education, High School Equivalency (HSE) GED, Adult Education and Family Literacy (AEFLA), Career and Technical Education, Early College, Child Nutrition Program, Special Education Services, and more.
  • ESL Skills Learning Center
    • Resources: Workplace English, Citizenship, Career Exploration, Life Skills, and more.

Education: Online Courses

  • Khan Academy: Free online courses in education for all ages
      • Math: Pre-K – 8th Grade
      • Life Skills
      • Computing
      • Partner Courses
      • Math: High School & College
      • Science
      • Arts & Humanities
      • Reading & Language Arts
      • Test Prep
      • Economics
  • EdEx: Database for free online courses
      • Business Administration
      • Biology
      • Architecture
      • Chemistry
      • Business Communications
      • Computer Programming
      • Data Analysis
      • Design
      • Economics
      • Education
      • Electronics
      • Engineering
      • Environmental Science
      • Nutrition
      • Healthcare
      • History
      • Humanities
      • Language
      • Law
      • Literature
      • Math
      • Medicine
      • Physics
      • Science
      • Social Science
  • Udemy: Free online courses
  • Canvas Network: Free online courses
  • Saylor Academy: Free online courses and certifications
      • Art History
      • Biology
      • Business Administration
      • Chemistry
      • Communication
      • Computer Science
      • Economics
      • English
      • English as a Second Language
      • Geography
      • History
      • Learning Skills
      • Mathematics
      • Philosophy
      • Physics
      • Political Science
      • Pre-College Skills
      • Professional Development
      • Psychology
      • Sociology

Campus and Community Resources

University of Utah Health and Huntsman Mental Health Institute

  • Community Engagement Office
    • Resources: Coalition of partnerships, state, and local communities for health to address barriers to mental health challenges and crises.

University of Utah

  • UNP Neighborhood Partners
    • Resources: Hartland Welcome Center, UNP Scholarships, Higher Education, Applications, Certificate Programs.
  • Workforce Inclusion Successful Employment (WISE)
    • Resources: Provides services to support individuals in removing barriers, enrolling in a program (including short-term certificate programs), completing courses, and finding an exciting career in your chosen field.
  • Office of Engagement – Engage U
    • Resources: The Office of Engagement broadens access to college-going information and higher education for K-12 students, families, communities, and incarcerated youth and adults.
  • UNP New American Academic Network Partnership
    • Resources: Services for West Side Residents, building education pathways, community Leadership, and community engagement scholarships.

Career and Education Assistance

  • Department of Workforce Services
    • Resources:Assistance with career counseling, funding for education costs, high school diploma, licensing and certifications, apprenticeship, college degree, work experience opportunities, and re-entry to the workforce.
  • Promise SSL – South Salt Lake
    • Resources: Neighborhood Community Centers and afterschool Programs. Promise South Salt Lake is a Network of 13 community centers located throughout Salt Lake that offers programs at no cost.
  • Women of the World
    • Resources: Non-profit organization.
  • People Helping People
    • Resources: Non-profit organization.
  • Journey of Hope
    • Resources: Non-profit organization. Case management, Mentorship, Social Advocacy
  • Utah Community Action
    • Resources: Adult Education, Case Management and housing, Headstart preschool, Utility Assistance, Nutrition Programs, Weatherization for Homes.

Public Resources

Expungements: Utah’s “Clean Slate” law was implemented on February 10, 2022, and the Utah Courts began the process of automatically expunging qualifying misdemeanor records. Click here for more information.

Healthcare: Community Services

Besides education and research, our mission includes service. The University of Utah participates in the following programs and clinics. To learn more, click here.

  • C.A.R.E Fair
  • Fourth Street Clinic
  • Malijeh Free Clinic
  • People’s Health Clinic
  • Refugee Health Fair

Frequently Asked Questions

A resume is not required to apply for a position at University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics. If you do not wish to submit a resume, our application system is designed to allow the manual entry of your information into each field.

If you complete an application manually or submit a resume, make sure your information is up-to-date with the following details: current contact information, all education and associated dates of completion, all work experience including responsibilities and associated dates of employment (start and end dates, including months and years), and any relevant certifications or licenses.

The University may rely on your application or resume in setting your offer amount if an offer of employment is made. Once a wage/salary offer is made, the offer amount may not be subject to renegotiation based on information that is submitted later. Please note that your application profile will only retain the most recent resume uploaded, and your candidacy and potential offer amount may be impacted by an outdated resume.

No, it is important to include all work history as University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics may rely on your resume to qualify you for the position and, if an offer is made, set the offer wage/salary.

Applicant profiles can be edited manually, or by uploading an updated resume. The resume submitted is linked directly to your applicant profile, therefore a maximum of one (1) resume per profile or application is allowed. If you would like additional tips on which resume format is best to use (e.g. Chronological, Functional, Combination, etc.), please visit our tools library for more resources.

Cover letters are optional and are not required to apply for a position. A well-prepared cover letter can be a great way to briefly introduce yourself to the hiring manager and describe why you feel you are the best fit for the position. If you would like to submit a cover letter along with your resume, it is recommended to upload these as one single document, preferably in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.

You can update your information by logging in to your existing profile and clicking the “Update Your Profile” button. This will bring up your profile page, where you can make updates to your personal information and/or resume. When finished, simply click Update Profile at the bottom.

To access your profile, log in to the career site of the organization you are applying to. After clicking “Log back in!” at the top right corner, you may see login buttons for up to four social sites (Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft).

  • Note: In certain circumstances, you'll also be able to access your social login after clicking the “Apply for this job online” button on a job.

You can submit your information in a few different ways. Available options may vary. Options may include:

  1. Uploading your resume (through your computer or a cloud storage site like Google Drive, Dropbox, or Microsoft OneDrive), which allows the career site to review your resume and fill in appropriate fields.
  2. Fill out your application, which allows you to enter your information into each field manually.

Available options will be presented to you on the Basic Information page of your application. The information you choose to include will become part of your online profile in the system.

Applicants will receive an automated email and/or text message to confirm the application was successfully submitted. Additional correspondence and updates will generally be sent via email. To ensure you are receiving all notifications, make sure the email address and phone number entered on your application are correct before submitting. Once an application is submitted, it will be reviewed by a member of our talent acquisition team to ensure the required minimum qualifications for the position have been met. Qualified applications are sent to the department or manager for further consideration. Applications selected will generally be contacted for further review or to schedule an interview.

Once an application is started, applicants will receive an email notification with a special URL link to track progress. If you lose track of the job application process, you may follow the URL link to continue to your Dashboard and complete your application or review additional status updates. Applicants will be asked to sign in with either a username or email address. You will be provided with additional log in options as well, such as through LinkedIn, Apple, Indeed, Corporate Login, Facebook, Google, or Microsoft.

Additional email and text message notifications are sent through our applicant tracking system to inform applicants when their application has been shared with a manager. If your application is selected to move forward, you will be notified via email and/or phone call to schedule an interview. Please make sure your contact information is correct. When a position officially closes, applicants will receive an email notification to inform the recruitment has been closed.

Required experience in health care may vary depending on the position you are applying for. Previous work experience in health care is not always required. If you have no previous work experience in health care, there are many positions available. To inquire about available job opportunities, please visit our careers page at https://employment.utah.edu/ or email our Workforce Development Center in HR at workforcecenter@hsc.utah.edu. Or you may request to speak with one of our Workforce Development Counselors for more information.

Compensation and salaries may vary depending on the role or level of position you are applying for. Generally, after an interview has been completed by a department, a request for the offer by the department is submitted to HR for review. Before an offer is extended to a candidate, our talent acquisition team will work closely with our compensation department to formulate a competitive offer. It is important to ensure your resume is up to date and accurately provides all information such as work history, dates of employment, education, and certifications to make sure you get the most competitive offer.

There are many different ways to learn more about a position or specific role. For example, using your professional network to build relationships with department managers, co-workers, and team members from our talent acquisition department can be a great way to gain further insight. Our talent acquisition team members are knowledgeable and can provide additional guidance and insight to help answer questions about job opportunities. In addition, we warmly welcome you to join us during our annual Career and Job Fair events. Our career events are a wonderful way to meet with managers directly, build your professional network, and learn more about our Hospitals & Clinics. The schools we currently partner with for training are also a great resource to help gather additional information. With additional training and education, there can be opportunities for apprenticeships and internships available.

Sponsorship for work authorization presents complex issues under federal immigration law. Whether a particular position qualifies for sponsorship and whether the particular unit is in a position to meet the obligations of sponsorship is determined on a case-by-case basis. We welcome all interested applicants to apply for positions, but we cannot guarantee that sponsorship will be available in all cases.

Current enrolled University of Utah international students in F-1 status may be eligible for on-campus employment to work at our facilities. Students should consult with the International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) office to meet requirements. On-campus employment allows part-time employment (no more than 20 hours/week) when school is in session. Curricular Practical Training may also be an option for some F-1 students enrolled at the University of Utah or other local schools if an employment opportunity is related to their coursework and they have received approval from their school’s international office and a Form I-20 issued for CPT at the University of Utah.

Regarding the employment of minors: Under Utah Code, a minor is defined as anyone under the age of 18 years. University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics offers employment for individuals under the age of 18. There are certain provisions for employment, however, that must be adhered to for the employment of minors. This includes individuals who are 16 years or older and have met either of the following: 1) have received a high school diploma; 2) have received a school work release certificate; 3) are legally married; or 4) are head of household.

All University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics employees are required to be current in their immunizations as outlined in our Employee Health Requirements policy. If you are offered a position with us, part of your onboarding will include an immunization consult with our Employee Health Clinic. During this consult, our Employee Health team will confirm that you are current and up to date on the following requirements/immunizations: Two-step TB skin testing (TST), Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Chicken Pox (Varicella), Hepatitis B, Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis, and Influenza. An annual influenza immunization is also a requirement for continued employment. The Covid-19 vaccine is not a requirement for employment at University of Utah Health at this time; however, we are required to report on the vaccination status of our employees. We ask that you please provide documentation of previously received COVID-19 vaccines (if any) at the time of hire along with your immunization records during your immunization consult.

Individuals in need of an accommodation to the immunization requirements due to a medical condition or religious reason should notify their recruiter and/or the Work Wellness team at the time of the immunization consult. Steps regarding the accommodation process will be provided at that time. Our Leave Team consultants are happy to assist in the accommodation review process.

For additional support or inquiries, please send an email directly to Careers@hsc.utah.edu and someone from talent acquisition will contact you.

Questions? We’re here to help you!

Send us an email at workforcecenter@hsc.utah.edu. A member of our team will get back to you in two business days.