Mission: Faithful to our Episcopal-Presbyterian heritage and its ministry of healing, St. Luke's Hospital is dedicated to improving the health of the community.
Using talents and resources responsibly, our medical staff, employees and volunteers ...
I have been working at St. Luke's Hospital (MO) full-time (Less than a year)
Work life balance
It's a great work environment and the people St. Luke's hires are second to none and make going to work an enjoyable experience.
The only con would be there isn't much room for advancement. There's a lot of room to move laterally though
I applied online. I interviewed at St. Luke's Hospital (MO) (Chesterfield, MO) in June 2017.
I applied for the position mid May 2017 and about 2 weeks later got invited for an interview. I interviewed with the recruiter first and then he asked me to meet with the director of the department I was interviewing for. I got to the receptionist area and they called the director to let her know I was there but she had no idea I was coming. The recruiter never told her she was scheduled for an interview. She was gracious enough to interview with me but she kind of was rushing me through it which made me more nervous than I already was because I couldn't really gather my thoughts. She asked me to provide her an implementation project that I had either done already or make a mock presentation. The interview was on a Thursday so I worked on this project over the weekend and got it submitted. I just so happen to look on the job site that Monday to review my applicant profile and saw that I had not been selected for this position that Friday after my interview and this was prior to me submitting my project. If I would have looked at that sooner I would not have wasted my time and energy doing the project if they had canned me before even giving me a chance. I will never apply for another job here again very unprofessional recruiters that do no know what they are doing and poor communication skills. I have yet to still get a rejection email from this recruiter.