Welcome to Community Healthcare System Career Home Page. Our automated application system allows you to search open positions by category or by job title and to apply online. Additionally, you are able to set up a user and password and to log in as a returning user. Once you create your username and password, you will have the ability to update your application and to apply for further positions.
Online Application Instructions
St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart is GROWING! If you are a RN and have 2 years of critical care experience, bring a few resumes and come join us for our Critical Care Open House on Thursday, March 5, from 2p-4:30p. Managers from ICU, IMCU, Surgery and the Emergency Department will be meeting with qualified nurses. Unable to attend? That's ok! You may apply by selecting St. Mary Medical Center from the Location field below. Feel free to call our Nurse Recruiter at 219/947-6139 with any questions. (Not a critical care RN but you have 2 years of RN experience? Come meet us on Thursday, April 9, from 2p-4:30p!)
Please join us for our "Registry" Open House on Friday, March 13th, from 1pm to 4pm at
St. Catherine Hospital, 4321 Fir Street, East Chicago, IN 46312. North Entrance. Fair will be location in the Professional Office Building Conference Room. Experienced RN's, Medical Assistants, Certified Nurse Assistants, Respiratory Therapists, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapists & Phlebotomists. A wonderful opportunity to earn extra income and have control over your availability and scheduling. Join the "Registry Program", and you will have the ability to work at multiple Community Healthcare locations!
St. Catherine Hospital, Community Hospital, St. Mary Medical Center and several off-site Clinics.
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