Mission: To make kids better today and healthier tomorrow.
Treat Yourself to a Night Out at Children's!
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta invites you to an evening of manicures, massages and mingling. Our clinical hiring managers and recruitment team will be on site to answer questions, give unit tours and chat about the next steps in pursuing a career at Children’s.
No pediatric experience is required to attend. If you have at least one year of clinical experience in an area listed below, RSVP today!
We are inviting clinical professionals with at least one year of experience in the following areas:
• Registered Nurses
• Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
• Physician Assistants
• Respiratory Therapists
• Surgical Technologists
• MRI Technologists
• Lactation Consultants
1405 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30322
Tuesday, Oct. 2
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Scottish Rite hospital
1001 Johnson Ferry Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30342
Thursday, Oct. 4
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
RSVP to reserve your spot today:
Next Tuesday - July 24 - The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Recruiting team will be in Birmingham, Alabama!
If you are in the Birmingham region, RSVP today to enjoy a fun evening with food and drinks, while also mingling with our recruiters, who are ready to help you take the next steps in advancing your career in Atlanta.
Tuesday, July 24
4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Wine Loft
2200 First Ave. N
Birmingham, AL 35203
We are seeking experienced candidates in the following areas. No pediatric experience required.
•Pediatric nurse practitioner
•Process improvement specialist (Epic certified)
•Medical coding professional
For 100 years we’ve been 100 percent dedicated to kids. Founded in 1915 in two rented cottages with 20 patient beds, we are one of the only pediatric institutions in the nation that has existed for more than a century. From our focus on family support and treating the whole child, to our specialized equipment and techniques, we are tireless in our pursuit of providing the best possible care for children.
Our rich history inspires us to head into our next century with an even stronger passion to ensure all children have access to the specialized care they need. We envision a future where all children have the care they need to keep them healthy so they never have to visit a hospital.
The first 100 years at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta were highlighted by miraculous moments in time—from the founding of our hospitals and the tireless support of the community to medical breakthroughs and groundbreaking research.
Children Need a Place of Their Own
Children are not just small adults. They belong in a children’s hospital where they can get specialized diagnosis, treatment, equipment and support. Our pediatric doctors, nurses and specialists understand these differences.
Children’s consistently ranks among the top places to work on a local and national level.
Our clinical expertise is nationally recognized. We ranked in all 10 specialty areas in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Children’s Hospitals in the Nation” for 2017-2018, with six areas in the top 20, including:
A Mission That Makes a Difference
For more than 100 years, we have played an essential role in our community and throughout the country by innovating treatments, advocating for the best care possible for kids, and supporting our patients and their families. The unique skill, expertise and compassion of our employees truly make Children’s stand out from other healthcare systems—and the thank you’s we receive from thousands of families reflect how special this organization is. Together, we bring our mission and vision to life, and we’re making a difference.
To make kids better today and healthier tomorrow
Best Care ... Healthier Kids
Children’s employees are as unique and special as our patients. Through the lens of the Children’s Experience, we consider all touch points of an employee’s journey. We believe the most significant influences on this experience are our mission, promise and values.
The Children's Employee Promise
The Children’s Employee Promise is the commitment we make to our employees to be the best choice for their career. At Children’s, we understand that to excel professionally, you need to be taken care of personally and we promise to offer an environment and experience that delivers on both. We developed our promise based on input from those who make our organization so great—our people. The Employee Promise is our commitment to deliver:
By extension, The Employee Promise is also a promise to our patients and families to attract, retain and surround them with the very best.
The Employee Promise is brought to life every day by our programs and our leadership, but also the very people it serves in how we live out our Children’s Values every day.
Our Total Rewards package builds upon the Children’s Employee Promise. We are dedicated to providing a comprehensive total rewards package that delivers resources to make our employees’ lives easier, help them excel professionally, and recognize them for their contributions to our System.
Work Life Success
There’s more to life than work. We understand that employees need resources to help manage their life and take care of the people who matter the most. To make life a little easier, we offer a variety of family and dependent care assistance and programs, along with workplace banking, commute alternatives and discounts for legal services and supplemental insurance. The Children’s Concierge acts as a personal assistant and can take care of everything—from planning vacations to going grocery shopping. We also believe the health of our employees comes first, so we take wellness to heart. Our Strong4Life program is a wellness effort that offers a broad range of personalized options—providing the structure and support to help employees set and achieve health and wellness goals.
Children’s recognizes the dedication of our employees in a variety of ways. Our Hope and Will Awards celebrate employees for representing the values of Children’s. The DAISY Award honors extraordinary nurses. Employees can send celebratory e-cards to co-workers through our online reward program, Celebrations. Managers may also use the program to award points, which are redeemable for exciting gifts. We also host several special events each fall to honor employees celebrating a milestone service anniversary. Children’s has many other events and celebrations throughout the year as a thank you to our dedicated employees.
Our employees’ health is as important to us as the health of the patients we serve. The Children’s benefits package offers choice and flexibility for health, vision and dental coverage, along with life insurance plans. We also offer Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Spending Accounts to cover certain health, dental and vision costs with pre-tax dollars.
When you’re among the best in your field, we know you can work practically anywhere you want. But, wherever you are in your career, we want you to choose Children’s. We believe each employee contributes to our success, and we want to make sure our employees’ pay is fair and competitive.
We want our employees to enjoy a long and fulfilling career at Children’s, and we want them to keep an eye on their future, too. Children’s offers three retirement plans: the 401(a) Growth Plan, 403(b) Share Plan and Roth 403(b).
We believe that to take care of our kids, employees have to take care of themselves. That includes taking time off. Children’s observes several holidays, offers personal days and generous paid time off each year, so employees can take their well-earned vacations. We also offer short- and long-term disability plans, and in addition to Family and Medical Leave Act time, Children’s grants parental, personal and bereavement leave.
I have been working at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta part-time (Less than a year)
Wonderful patient atmosphere, family oriented, flexibility
Parking, Longer shifts can be a hassle
Advice to Management
None at this moment
I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (Atlanta, GA) in June 2017.
I applied and it took about a month for them to contact. I had an interview online and was contacted about a second interview. Which was panel. After that they asked for 3 references and background check consent. I think it's safe to say I have the job! :)