As an equal opportunity employer, Harrington HealthCare System is also committed to a diverse workforce. In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may contact a Human Resources Representative at (508) 765-9771, extension 2445.
If I applied for one position and I see another that I am qualified for, should I reapply?
Yes, you should apply for all positions that you are qualified for.
I applied online, how do I know you received my application?
If you applied online you should have received two messages. One message on the screen after submitting the application and another to the e-mail account listed on the application.
I have applied, who will I hear from if being considered for an open position and when?
Your application upon review will be forwarded to the department for which you have applied. If interested, someone will contact you to set up an interview within a 2-4 week timeframe.
I am interested in applying for a position that is not currently listed on the listing. May I still apply?
No, applications are only accepted for active, posted positions. You should continually check the website for new open positions.
What is per diem?
Per diem employees are hired on a “as needed basis”. There are no set hours per week for anyone who works per diem. Hours worked may range from 0 hours per week to 40 based on the needs of the department. Benefits are not available to per diem employees.
How often is the website updated?
Job listings on the website are updated weekly. Please check back frequently for new opportunities.
How long are applications kept on file?
Applications are kept on file for six months within the department for the position you have applied.
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