Job Application FAQs at BJC HealthCare
Find answers to frequently asked questions job seekers have about BJC HealthCare’s application process.
How do I apply to a job if I’m a current BJC HealthCare employee?
Current employees should apply by accessing myBJCnet and completing the following steps:
Step 1: Log into myBJCnet using your BJC user ID and password.
Step2: Click the myCareer Folder under the My HR Main menu.
Step3: Click Careers.
How will I be evaluated after applying for a job at BJC HealthCare?
We will carefully assess your application, resume/CV, and experience related to the job for which you are applying. If you are being considered for a job, a member of our Talent Acquisition team will contact you for more information or to schedule an interview.
Additionally, we may review your application for other opportunities. If we identify another position that matches your background and expertise, and would like to pursue the opportunity with you, a member of our Talent Acquisition team will contact you. If you’d like to be considered for the position, you will be asked to submit an application for that position as well.
Is there another way to apply for a job at BJC HealthCare?
BJC HealthCare no longer accepts mailed/faxed resumes to our office. All job applications must be completed online. If you do not have access to a computer, consider visiting your local library. Many branches have computers for public use.
How long is the application-to-hire process?
Processing time for individual applications will vary. Not everyone who applies for a job will be contacted. We strive to hire the most highly qualified candidates for each of our openings. If you believe you are an excellent candidate for one of our open positions, we welcome you to apply.
Can I apply for multiple jobs?
If you meet all the skill and education requirements for multiple jobs and have a sincere interest in each position you may apply for multiple jobs; however, applying for numerous jobs in multiple fields at the same time is not recommended. Applicants should strongly consider focusing your job search on those positions that are most closely aligned with the your qualifications, skills, education, prior work experience and career goals rather than applying for every open position for which the you are minimally qualified.