PORT ST. JOE, Fla. – Sacred Heart Health System is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for more than 110 jobs for the new Sacred Heart Hospital in Port St. Joe. To review available positions or apply online, visit www.sacredheartonthegulf.org.
Clinical and non-clinical positions are currently available in the following departments:
• Inpatient Services
• Emergency Services
• Surgical Services
• Laboratory and Respiratory Therapy Services
• Radiology Services
• Support Services
• Food Services
• Mission and Pastoral Care
• Quality and Risk Management
• Medical Records
• Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapy
• Human Resources
• Volunteer Services
All interested applicants are encouraged to attend Sacred Heart’s Career and Volunteer Fair on Saturday, Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Gulf Coast Community College in Port St. Joe.
Participants will have the opportunity to view job descriptions, learn about department-specific activities and requirements, and ultimately see where their skill sets best match current positions. A computer lab will be available for people to apply online during the event, and participants are highly encouraged to submit resumes as well.
Hosted in partnership with Gulf Coast Community College, the Career Fair will take place at the college’s Gulf/Franklin Center, which is located at 3800 Garrison Avenue in Port St. Joe.
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