How do I apply for a position with Atlantic Health System?
All applications for employment must be submitted through the careers section on the Atlantic Health System website. If this is your first time applying for a position with our organization, you will be prompted to create an online profile in the system that will contain all of your personal, work and education information. Resumes that are submitted via mail, fax or email will not be considered.
Why do I need to create an online profile in order to apply for a position?
Creating an online profile provides you the opportunity to apply to future career opportunities without having to resubmit your personal and professional information, view the status of the positions that you have applied to and sign up to receive email alerts when positions become available that match your areas of interest. It also gives Atlantic Health System the opportunity to review your background and contact you if a position becomes available that matches your experience.
When am I considered an applicant?
In order to be considered an applicant with Atlantic Health System, your profile must be attached to one of the open positions that appear on our career page, as well as meeting the minimum basic qualifications listed for that job.
How can I update the information contained in my profile?
To update your information, you will need to log-in to your profile from the careers section. Once in the system, you will be brought to your personal dashboard page where you can update the information contained in your online profile as well as your saved employment application. We strongly encourage you to update your profile whenever there has been a change in your personal or professional information.
What should I do if I forgot my username/password?
Your log-in credentials can be reset by selecting the forgot password option. For security purposes, Atlantic Health System does not have access to view or retrieve candidate passwords.
How many positions may I apply to?
There is no limit to the amount of positions that you may apply to. Each job posting for Atlantic Health System will contain the basic qualifications for the position. If you feel that your experience and qualifications are a match for one of our career opportunities, we encourage you to submit your profile for consideration.
How can I check on the status of a position I have applied to?
Once your application has been successfully submitted, you will receive a confirmation message on your screen. Any updates to your application status will be visible through your personal dashboard page under “View the status of jobs you’ve applied to.”
A friend/relative of mine works for Atlantic Health System. Can I put their name down as a reference?
Atlantic Health System welcomes referrals for any of our posted career opportunities. Your friend or relative may submit your referral information (prior to your request to be considered for a particular position) through our Employee Referral Program page located on the Atlantic Health System employee intranet.
I was informed of a job opening by a friend/relative, but I do not see the position listed on the careers section. Can I still submit my application for consideration?
All of the career opportunities with Atlantic Health System that are currently accepting applications are posted in our careers section. Our job listing is updated several times a week and will display all of the available positions throughout the organization.
How will I know if I am being considered for a position?
Our recruiters are always looking at qualified candidates. If you are being considered for a position and will be contacted by a recruiter who will provide additional background on the role, If your experience matches our requirements, you may be asked to come in for an interview.
How will I know if a position I applied for is still open?
Once a position has been filled, all applicants receive an email notifying them that the position has been filled. All applicants are encouraged though to keep applying for roles they are interested in that meet their qualifications and to join our talent community to stay informed.
What is the interview process and how long does it take before an offer is made?
This varies by the role and the requirements. Our recruiters look to fill our many openings with qualified candidates as soon as possible so that we give our patients the best care. Interviews can range from one visit to several visits. Some of our supporting roles may move faster than some of the licensed roles. For physicians, this process can take longer based on credentialing and other requirements. However, we are dedicated to working with our candidates to help them throughout this process.
If I am offered a position, what are the next steps and how will I know?
Atlantic Health System values your health and safety. If you are accepted into a role, you will receive an official offer letter from one of our recruiters and agree on a start date. You will then work closely with an onboarding specialist who will provide guidance during your onboarding process to ensure your background check, forms, health requirements (if necessary), and other forms are all accurate. You will have to pass a drug test, and complete a health and safety questionnaire. You will also need to provide immunization records, and complete a health assessment with our occupational health clinicians. After successful completion of all pre-employment screening, you will attend orientation on your first day and meet other new team members and learn first had what makes Atlantic Health System a great place to work.
Once you have been offered a position, all team members must pass a toxicology/drug screen test. You will complete a health and safety questionnaire, and certain immunizations are required. Additional requirements may be necessary for your health and safety to perform your new role at AHS. AHS Occupational Medicine Services (OMS) will walk you through the process.
Are there any health requirements to be considered for a role?
All team members must pass a toxicology/drug screen test. In addition, based on certain roles, there may be vaccination requirements.