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Career FAQs

How often are Columbus Regional Health’s jobs posted?

Our job postings are updated daily.

I would like to send a copy of my resume. May I submit it without filling out the online application?

To manage applications efficiently and ensure that each is reviewed promptly, we need for applicants to submit online applications. Upon completion of an application, you will have the option to attach your resume to your application.

What if I want to work at Columbus Regional Health but don't see an open position that interests me?

You may complete an application indicating your area of interest. When a position becomes available that matches your interest, we will review your application first.

How will I know the status of my application?

When you complete the online application, you will receive an automated response letting you know the application has been received. (If you do not receive the notification e-mail, your application did not submit correctly.) Upon review of your application, if you are determined to be a qualified applicant, a recruiter will contact you by e-mail or phone.

How can I find out the pay for a position?

Our compensation structure is based on experience and will be discussed by the recruiter handling the position during the interview process. Our salaries are competitive.

How can I find the closing date for a position?

We work to fill positions as quickly and efficiently as possible. Internal candidates have the first opportunity to apply, but we continue to interview and accept applications throughout the process. Positions remain on our Career Opportunities list until an offer has been made and accepted.

I applied online and have not heard anything. Why?

There are several possible reasons:

  • We may be considering other applicants whose background and education more closely meet the position requirements.
  • You may have applied for a position for which you did not meet the minimum requirements.
  • Your contact information may have changed and needs to be updated.
  • Your application might not be filled out completely.

I have an interview scheduled. What can I expect?

First, be on time for your interview. It is a good idea to arrive at the interview location 10-15 minutes before the interview time in case you run into any problems. Second, dress professionally. Presenting a professional appearance is one way to show respect for staff, patients, visitors, the community and one’s self. Interviews typically last for one hour, but be prepared to stay longer if requested.

How many positions may I apply for at one time?

Our system allows you to apply for up to four positions during a 24-hour period. We suggest you carefully review the job qualifications and apply for the positions for which you are most qualified.