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Dignity Health is full of professional development opportunities and career growth. If you’re a health professional who believes in the healing power of humanity, we invite you to explore our specialty areas and pursue a career in humankindness with Dignity Health.
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You'll find rewarding careers in more than 40 facilities located in diverse communities throughout Arizona, California and Nevada. As our service area keeps expanding, the opportunities to deliver humankindness will continue to multiply. Use this map to explore our locations.
With a growing network of hospitals throughout Arizona, California and Nevada, Dignity Health offers a spectacular array of career possibilities. We provide an environment where employees feel welcome and inspired to learn from one another. Where clinical expertise meets advanced technology, and everyone is committed to delivering superior care.
We invite you to explore our current openings.
Our Mission, Values and Vision
Each day, our people strive to provide compassionate care to those in need without exception or exclusion. Dignity Health was founded on this principle and it continues to guide us into the future. We are proud to share our mission, and our passion, with you.
Dignity Health and our Sponsoring Congregations are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. We dedicate our resources to:
Delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health services
Serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and disenfranchised
Partnering with others in the community to improve the quality of life
At Dignity Health, our values aren’t corporate speak. They’re how we deliver compassionate care – the driving force behind our success. We keep our purpose simple yet powerful, and our goals ambitious yet attainable. Our values go back to our founding belief that everyone deserves quality care. So expect a work environment that’s as varied and enriching as the patients we serve. And that’s not just talk. The Dignity Health values are:
The Dignity Health Values
Dignity: Respecting the inherent value and worth of each person.
Collaboration: Working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals.
Justice: Advocating for social change and acting in ways that promote respect for all persons and demonstrate compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless.
Stewardship: Cultivating the resources entrusted to us to promote healing and wholeness.
Excellence: Exceeding expectations through teamwork and innovation.
Your Total Rewards
At Dignity Health, we believe in living your life on purpose. We value our employees for who they are, not just what they do. If you’re looking for a job that can become a rewarding and valued part of your life, Dignity Health’s Total Rewards program can enhance your life in ways you never may have imagined. These monetary and non-monetary benefits are carefully designed to support the entirety of your life, both personally and professionally. Total Rewards is our shared commitment to your total well-being.
Pay & Recognition
Our employees perform extraordinary acts of healing every day. This commitment to the Dignity Health mission is the cornerstone of our success. We believe in sharing and celebrating our success, and we do so by offering competitive compensation packages, in addition to an array of employee recognition programs and rewards.
- Base Salary
- Performance-Based Cash Awards
- Annual Review of Pay
- Special Individual Recognition Awards
- Thank-You Events
- Length of Service Recognition
Dignity Health cares about your quality of life, including care for your mind, body and spirit. We want to support as much as possible your having a healthy, balanced life. We provide generous paid time off so that you may have time to rejuvenate your spirit.
Paid Time Off
Paid Vacation Time
Professional Growth and Development
Your support of our mission makes a difference to the patients you serve and to our communities. We advocate for your lifelong learning and growth so that you can continue to positively impact the lives of the patients you serve.
Dignity Health Learning Institute
Performance Review Management
In the same way you care for your patients, Dignity Health cares about your health and the health of your family. Our health care benefits are designed to provide you with quality health care and wellness. We work hard to ensure that we can offer a package that is among the best in any industry sector.
Medical Care Benefits
Dental and Vision Coverage
Healthy Lifestyles Programs (where available)
Health Eating Options in Cafeterias
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
Short-Term Illness Protection
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Dignity Health retirement programs recognize the time and talent all our employees invest with our patients, our communities and our organization. Through these programs, Dignity Health will partner with you to support your financial goals.
Retirement Plan, including Tax-Deferred Savings Opportunity
Retiree Medical (in most locations)
As you know, Dignity Health is dedicated to caring for all people, including the sick, poor and disadvantaged among us. We believe that nowhere is it more important to reflect the people you serve than in the places they turn to for their care and well-being. That’s why it’s so important to us that Dignity Health is a place where diversity is not just an initiative–it’s a way of life.
It begins by understanding that diversity goes beyond the human traits we can see. Among our employees, we are diverse in our backgrounds, in our beliefs and in the way we work. We’re diverse in our interests, our convictions and our ways of life. Our families our unique, our futures will be unique, and our paths to Dignity Health have been unique. Our leaders embrace and champion diversity as an irreplaceable part of our ability to provide care for all people. That’s why at Dignity Health, inclusion is sought after, rewarded and recognized.
As a concept, everyone has a different idea of what diversity means. But we all agree it’s important–and that it takes care and effort to ingrain it into one’s culture. At Dignity Health, we accomplish this in many ways.
- We offer all employees the same opportunities for development and advancement.
- We reward teamwork and inclusion.
- We provide diversity training to all employees.
- We choose to support affirmative action when recruiting and advancing qualified people from all walks of life.
- We work tirelessly to free our employment practices from bias and barriers.
- We comply with all laws prohibiting discrimination in employment.
- We uphold our own principles of non-discrimination in recruitment, hiring, training, promotions, transfers, discipline, layoff and recall.
- We encourage participation in community activities, events and organizations.
- We offer benefits to all eligible employees in accordance with our ethics of non-discrimination.
- We uphold an open-door policy, so that all employees feel free to express their ideas, concerns
The moment you walk through the door at Dignity Health, you will feel welcome, cared for and supported. We are called to care for one another, and nothing is more important to us than upholding the highest values of respect, fairness and compassion.
Dignity Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Dignity Health does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, marital status, national origin, and religion or veteran status. We value the contributions of a diverse workforce and are committed to seeking qualified, diverse candidates.
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Loved my job, the doctors and staff that I worked with. Had many good memories.
Management was a nightmare. Most employee evaluations were based on the opinions of a select few that were social with management. Staffing was unsafe.
Advice to Management
Management needs to be evaluated by hospital administration.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Dignity Health (Carmichael, CA) in May 2015.
I applied about 3 months before I received a call from the hiring manager for an interview. I missed her original call and tried to call back to confirm that I would like to set up an interview date and time. She did not respond back to my calls so I decided to call a few more times until I got her on the line. We finally scheduled an interview for a week later on a Thursday. After getting off the phone with her she sent me an email that explained the who, what, when, and where for the interview. She also attached a questionnaire that asked about my proficiency with common software programs like Excel and PowerPoint and my typing speed. This questionnaire was to be printed and filled out and brought with me to the interview along my resume. On the day of the interview I met with the man that would be my new boss. He was courteous yet direct. He seemed to be making up the questions as he went. He told me a lot about the company and a little about himself and how he came to Dignity Health. He reviewed my resume and questionnaire and asked a few questions about whybis thought I would be a good fit for the role. Overall the interview went smoothly. The interview lasted about 45 minutes and I was told that I was 1 of 5 people being interviewed for the position and the last person to interview was coming the next day which was a Friday. He told that they would be making a decision over the weekend and all candidates would be notified of their status by the following Wednesday. I never received a callback or an email. I tried to contact the original hiring manager but found no response.
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Dignity Health (formerly Catholic Healthcare West) has steadily grown to become the largest private, not-for-profit health care provider in the state of California. Dignity Health is a family of more than 60,000 caregivers and staff delivering excellent care to diverse communities across the southwestern states. Dignity Health operates a network of 40 acute-care facilities ...
Mission: We are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. We dedicate our resources to: • Delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health services • Serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and disenfranchised • Partnering with other in the community to improve the quality of life