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Mission: The mission of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is to eliminate cancer in Texas, the nation, and the world through outstanding programs that integrate patient care, research and prevention, and through education for undergraduate and graduate students, trainees ...
Congratulations to our great president, Dr. Peter Pisters, on making Glassdoor's Top 100 CEOs list for the second year in a row, at #47. Our organization is so thankful to have you as our leader. If you are interested in joining our organization and mission of making cancer history, please visit our careers page at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMFln to begin applying now!
On June 4, 2019, our organization hosted our Pride Month Event Kickoff to celebrate our LGTBQ employees and patients. Diversity and inclusion are some of our greatest strengths here at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Thank you to our President, Dr. Peter Pisters, and other executives for sponsoring this great event where we had over 300+ attendees.
A career at MD Anderson is the ultimate experience for any healthcare professional. Here, you are able to enhance your skills, work at the highest level and collaborate with leaders in many fields. Most importantly, you can contribute to Making Cancer History® through outstanding programs that integrate patient care, research and prevention, and education.
For many employees, fighting cancer is personal. We are committed to a single, shared mission of eliminating cancer in honor of loved ones who have been affected by the disease.
U.S. News & World Report’s "Best Hospitals" survey has ranked MD Anderson as the leading cancer hospital for 13 of the past 16 years. We have been named one of the top two hospitals for cancer care every year since the survey began in 1990.
You will have the opportunity to treat the most challenging cases and bring innovative treatments like CAR T-cell lymphoma therapy, cancer moonshots and others to the bedside.
In our world-class setting, you’ll enjoy opportunities to learn, grow and advance through tuition assistance, continuing education and leadership development.
Diversity and inclusion at MD Anderson are not just important; they are essential. We take an expansive view of diversity, considering differences in race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender and religious beliefs, as well as communication styles, thought, skill and ambition.
We constantly examine our culture to create an inclusive working environment that effectively attracts, retains, develops and utilizes the skills and talents of all employees. Our Diversity Council develops strategies to attract and retain superior talent and enhance workforce diversity and inclusion. We also offer multiple diversity training programs to our employees.
Open to all employees, our employee networks serve as a vehicle to voice ideas, foster support systems and promote the professional development of diversity and inclusion. We sponsor the following networks:
MD Anderson is committed to ensuring equal opportunity in employment to persons with disabilities. We foster a culture of inclusion that highlights the infinite range of our employees’ unique attributes, abilities and experiences. Our workplace programs and resources create an environment that educates, engages and empowers employees impacted by disabilities through inclusion, reasonable accommodations and focus on accessibility. If you are in need of an accommodation during your application process, please contact OutreachRecruitment@mdanderson.org.
MD Anderson is among 1% of U.S. hospitals that have earned four Magnet Recognition Program® designations. This demonstrates our dedication to quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovation. As a valued member of an inclusive care team, you will develop professional connections that will last your entire career.
MD Anderson is fun, friendly, and caring. We are also innovative, engaging, and challenging. As part of our allied health team, you have the amazing opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others whose name or life story you may not know. At the same time, you will build your skills in the specialized field of oncology and develop a strong and rewarding career with the nation’s top cancer hospital.
Our DI staff is comprised of nearly 1,000 highly specialized, multidisciplinary individuals who use their skills on over 198 major imaging devices to perform over half a million procedures every year. As part of our team, you can help us take diagnosis, tumor staging, and treatment planning to the most sophisticated levels. You will have the opportunity to use technologies such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computerized Tomography (CT) scans, and Positron Emission Tomography (PET). We also have one of the world’s largest concentrations of major clinical imaging equipment, to visualize tumors in both bone and soft tissue.
Within our clinical laboratory areas, you will enjoy participating in many different testing procedures that make a difference and create a positive patient experience. Our specialization in oncology testing sets us apart and offers the opportunity to be exposed to innovative treatment and unique cases, while growing personally and professionally.
Pharmacy is exciting and rewarding because we are on the leading edge of pharmacological treatment for our patients. You will have the opportunity to work in different treatment settings within the organization, including inpatient, outpatient, IV room, specialty drug, and retail environments.
In Rehab, you will join a large team of over 100 oncology rehabilitation professionals and staff dedicated to optimizing participation and quality of life of our patients. Our environment is one that encourages you to pursue professional growth, education, research, and specialization.
Within allied health, the potential for career advancement is endless. We offer comprehensive, tailored training programs as part of onboarding. Further training, coaching, and mentoring may lead to many other exciting opportunities across our large enterprise. You’ll also find programs for certification pay, as well as skill- or competency-level achievement pay.
Why do so many of the greatest minds in cancer research work at MD Anderson? They’re here because we offer a unique environment that accelerates their ability to end cancer. As part of our team, you’ll work with experts in different research areas, as well as the world’s leading cancer doctors. Bright students and trainees contribute further to our dynamic setting. Our collaborative approach brings precision medicine to the forefront of cancer care and research and allows you to reach your full potential.
Our researchers’ productivity is impressive. By securing federal funding, publishing in peer-review journals and bringing research into the clinic, our researchers uphold our status as one of the nation’s top comprehensive cancer centers. We’ve secured $198 million in NIH funding and had 3,363 peer-review articles published.
We focus on four areas: Basic Science, Translational, Clinical & Prevention and Personalized Risk Assessment. As part of our team, you will be exposed to innovative trials, medicine and cures that are not found anywhere else. For example, some employees participate in creating and validating novel genomic assays used directly to treat patients.
Discoveries are fueled by vast research support and resources. We have over 30 core laboratories supporting the institution, including specialized areas with specific expertise and sophisticated equipment.
At MD Anderson, critical scientific knowledge gained in the laboratory is rapidly translated into critical care. Tomorrow’s medicine is available to our patients first, since we have the most cancer clinical trials in the world – more than 1,110 at last count. Our partnerships with Pharma offer an exciting opportunity to participate in the activation of innovative trials.
You do not necessarily need oncology experience to work at MD Anderson. We welcome individuals from all backgrounds who have the willingness to learn more about oncology. We promote collaboration and multidisciplinary approaches to encourage open dialogues across our enterprise and promote the exchange of ideas.
There is much opportunity for growth and development at MD Anderson. Assistants and scientists often advance to senior and manager level roles. In some areas of specialization, development paths are available. For example, in our Clinical Genomics Lab we have a path leading to a Sr. Technologist, Supervisor, Coordinator and Manager.
As one of the world's most respected cancer treatment centers, we know the value of perseverance, loyalty and a steadfast allegiance to serving the greater good-much like those who choose to serve in our country's military.
At MD Anderson, we have great respect and admiration for veterans and reservists. That's why we're committed to welcoming those who have faithfully served by offering resources to help align your unique skills and aspirations with career opportunities at MD Anderson. Join us in Making Cancer History®. These include:
I have been working at MD Anderson Cancer Center full-time (More than 10 years)
The working environment at MD Anderson promotes growth. Every employee is valued and whatever their responsibilities are, it is always aligned to the mission of the hospital. Of course, the benefits are great!
Because of the recent surveys from several agencies, the employees especially individuals who are involved in direct patient care, are feeling the pressure and the demands of the several changes in their workflow. Otherwise, the hospital is always a great place to work.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, TX) in February 2020.
Two-tier interview first with HR and then hiring manager. Interview with hiring manager is usually a panel with two or more individuals from the department including a possible peer or intern. Interview lasts no more than an hour with hiring manager and panel.
MD Anderson will not follow up unless you will be considered for an offer. If you get radio silence, no offer will be forthcoming.
Interviewers answered thank you emails which was positive. Offer came one week later.
On-boarding is extensive. Many documents to complete. Background and education check. Drug test. TB, vaccine and booster review. Any missing vaccines and boosters are required at medical screening.