FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Review the requirements of the position for which you are interested. After confirming that you meet all the qualifications for the position, click Apply Now. You will be able to either create a profile or log into an existing profile.

A fully completed Employment Application is required for you to be considered for employment.

  • Make sure that you complete all sections of the Employment Application.
  • List your current and past employment history in the Work Experience section of the Employment Application. Do not note “refer to resume.”
  • If you upload a resume, the information on your Employment Application and resume must match.

All open positions are posted on our online Career Center, and applications are only accepted for open positions. A fully completed Employment Application is required to apply; a resume is not. If you upload a resume, the information on your Employment Application and resume must match.

Your materials will be reviewed to determine if you meet the required qualifications for the position, and those applicants who most closely match the needs of the department will be contacted.

You can track the status of your application by logging into the Career Center using the Already Applied link. On your dashboard, you will see a list of positions for which you have applied (Past Job Submittals). There will be a Status for each position. We frequently send emails, so please check your spam or junk email folders.

You can update your profile, apply for positions and check the status of your applications at any time by logging into the Career Center.

You can receive email notifications of new positions by joining our Talent Network and signing up for job alerts for specific career areas.

FTE stands for full-time equivalency. It tells you the status of a position based on a 40-hour workweek. For example, a 1.0 FTE is a full-time/40-hour per week position, while a 0.5 FTE is a 20-hour per week position.

An FTE of zero indicates the position is STAT/PRN, meaning there are no regularly scheduled hours for a position. STAT/PRN employees provide supplemental staffing.

Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and/or Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certifications are required for many clinical positions. YRMC only accepts life support certifications issued by the American Heart Association (www.heart.org), and certifications must be valid for a minimum of 30 days after an employee’s start date.

Call 877-976-9762 or email VIPCareerNetwork@yrmc.org.

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