CHI Memorial To Host Interview Day For Clinical, Non-Clinical Positions

Friday, August 11, 2017

CHI Memorial is looking for compassionate health care professionals who want to join its staff in providing quality health care in the region.

 

On Tuesday, Aug.

29, from 5–8 p.m. in the Community Rooms at CHI Memorial Hospital Chattanooga, managers and recruiters will meet with candidates to discuss career opportunities.

 

Current openings include registered nurses, CT technologists, medical laboratory technologists, certified nursing assistants, along with other clinical and support services.  Some of our business partners will also conduct interviews including Conifer (patient billing), Sodexo (nutrition services), and Xanitos (environmental services).

 

“CHI Memorial has a long history of providing excellent clinical care, patient safety, and patient experience,” said Tim Yonts, recruitment manager for CHI Memorial.  “We’re looking for people who want to make a difference and are dedicated to providing compassionate care.”

 

People interested in attending this event are encouraged to RSVP by Monday, Aug. 28, via email to jamie_elliott@memorial.org, or by calling 423 495-2769.



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