Career Opportunities at Mercy
At Mercy, every employee has a chance to make a difference, by delivering the best quality care in accordance with core values. The rewards are great: a clinically excellent environment and a chance to work along side other dedicated employees.
Mercy welcomes associates of all beliefs and faith traditions. We believe a diverse work force is a tremendous asset. We are looking for skilled, compassionate, dedicated associates with a strong commitment to outstanding service.
Mercy (formerly Community Health Partners) has been selected as one of the NorthCoast 99, an annual recognition program that honors the 99 best places to work in Northeast Ohio.Mercy is committed to providing work place practices that help attract and retain top talent including:
- Competitive compensation and benefits packages
- Educational and developmental program such as tuition reimbursement and scholarships
- Employee wellness initiatives
- Timely and transparent internal communications
- Recognition program that rewards associates for going above and beyond the call of duty
If you want a work life filled with the personal satisfaction of helping others and the camaraderie that comes from pursuing an inspiring mission with dedicated co-workers, Mercy is the place to be. Join our health care team!
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Mercy to implement tobacco, nicotine-free hiring policy September 1
As the single most preventable cause of disease, disability, and death in the United States, the health hazards of tobacco use are well known. To improve the health of our community and fulfill our Mission, Mercy has a responsibility to discourage tobacco use, foster a healthier workforce and set an example for our community.
Effective September 1, 2010, Mercy will only hire individuals who do not engage in the use of tobacco or nicotine products. As part of this new policy, all potential job candidates will be required to take a nicotine test as part of the pre-employment physical examination. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactorily completing the pre-employment process.
Any job candidate who confirms the use of any substance containing tobacco or nicotine on their application or incurs a positive result for nicotine during the pre-employment physical examination will be referred to free smoking cessation classes.