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IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR PREVIOUS APPLICANTS: Centura Health implemented a new online hiring system on May 12, 2014. If you applied for a position previously, your applicant profile is no longer available online and you’ll need to upload your resume and create a new profile in the current system. Thank you for your understanding.
Our new online application system is designed to keep you informed throughout the hiring process. If you are wondering about the status of a position, please login to your account (careers.centura.org) to view the jobs you have applied for and check application status. If the position has been filled or cancelled, you will see those status updates as well when reviewing the jobs you have applied to in your candidate profile account. Need to speak with someone? Call our recruiting
office at 1-800-390-4166
If selected for a phone interview, you will be contacted by a recruiter or hiring manager to discuss the position requirements, as well as your education and employment background. Following the phone interview, you may be selected for an in-person interview with the hiring manager.
If selected for an in-person interview, you will meet with the hiring manager and learn more about the position. At Centura Health, we use behavioral-based interviewing techniques to understand how you handled/performed in past employment-related situations. Behavioral based interviews generally ask for you to provide examples about your experience with regards to goal-setting, creativity, teamwork, problem-solving, decision-making, prioritizing, accomplishments, managing stress and other relevant subjects so it helps to think of examples prior to your interview. A variety of resources about interviewing and specifically behavioral interviews can be found online (keyword search: “behavioral interviews” or “ job interview tips”).
If you are an RN candidate, you will likely be asked to complete a 30-40 minute online assessment as part of the application process. Why do we do this? Assessment tools are used by many of today’s forward-thinking organizations to help identify the potential for a successful, longer-term employer/employee partnership. The science behind these questionnaires helps companies better understand the compatibility and alignment between applicants and organizations, as well as provide more information to be discussed during the interview. Once you complete the assessment, the results will be emailed to Centura Health and remain part of your applicant record (counting toward additional application submissions) over a six-month period. There is no “pass or fail grade” and you are welcome to retake the assessment after six months.
You will need to provide five references when being considered for a position with Centura Health. We ask for five contacts to ensure we get at least three references that respond. Please prepare your reference list (ensuring accurate email addresses) in advance as our application for employment will include a section for you to offer reference contact information. These could include supervisors, professional co-workers, charity volunteer coordinators/participants, teachers/professors, coaches, team members and any others who can attest to your experience, skills and character. You’ll want to let your contacts know to expect an email from our reference checking vendor-partner requesting their input.
If chosen for an opportunity, Centura Health will extend a contingent employment offer to you. Information about your compensation and benefits will also be shared at this time. For general information about our compensation practices and benefits, please see the information available on our website (LINK). All associates extended an offer of employment will be required to undergo a background check, pre-employment physical screening, and pre-employment drug screen urinalysis. Background information must be submitted online (using an email link sent by your recruiter) and access to a computer is required to begin the background check process. For more information on pre-employment requirements, please see the Pre-employment requirements section below.
Centura Health is dedicated to activities and services that promote health and wellness. Therefore, all associates must abide by applicable drug-related laws and must perform their responsibilities unencumbered by the improper possession, distribution, or use of drugs, narcotics, controlled substances or alcohol. In all of the Centura Health entities, it is our policy and practice that all new associates undergo a pre-employment drug screen urinalysis.In addition, all people given an employment offer will be required to undergo a background check and pre-employment physical to determine if they meet the physical requirements of the position. In most cases the physical will require bending, lifting, stretching, etc. If the candidate cannot meet physical requirements, accommodations may be made in certain situations if the position permits. All Centura Health entities are now smoke-free and smoking is not permitted on campus grounds.
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