Find a job with Journal-News: Over 2,000 job openings at Mercy Health

Mercy Health, the nonprofit hospital and doctor system, is seeking health care professionals to fill a wide variety of new and open roles throughout locations in Ohio and Kentucky.

More than 2,000 job openings are currently available at the network, including clinical and administrative positions, according to Mercy Health spokeswoman Nanette Bentley.

Currently, Cincinnati-based Mercy Health employs about 32,000 people including those working at its hospitals in Fairfield and Springfield.

Due to hiring needs, Mercy Health is participating in these upcoming recruiting events:

• Mercy Health is hosting from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 23, a health care technology professionals event at Embassy Suites Blue Ash, located at 4554 Lake Forest Drive. Mercy Health is seeking at least 35 business and software analysts, application coordinators and principal trainers for CarePATH, its electronic medical record system;

• Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo & Job Fair, from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday, June 25, at the Hamilton High School Athletic Center, located at 1165 Eaton Ave. in Hamilton. Get more details online about that event at the chamber’s website, www.hamilton-ohio.com.

• A health care industry job fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, June 29, at the OhioMeansJobs – Clermont County job center, located at 756 Old Ohio 74. Mercy Health is one of nine participating companies in the health care-themed hiring event, according to the job center’s website.

Clinical job openings at Mercy Health include patient care assistant, state tested nurse’s aid, health care associate, registered nurse, emergency medical technician, medical assistant and transporter.

Other job openings include positions in environmental services, food service, accounting/finance, information technology, CarePATH, medical billing and coding specialists, and human resources, according to the health group.

Members of the CarePATH team work side-by-side with physicians, nurses, therapists and office staff to configure Mercy Health’s electronic medical records software and design solutions for a range of issues, from configurations improving efficiency and patient safety to optimizations and software upgrades. These are full-time positions for candidates.

There is no need to apply for jobs ahead of time, but Mercy Heath encourages attendees to bring their resumes to the fairs. Mercy Health representatives will discuss career opportunities with attendees and show them how to apply online at www.mercy.jobs.

Mercy Health is a non-smoking workplace and employees must be tobacco free.

The network is Ohio’s fourth largest employer overall, according to Ohio Development Services Agency.

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