4 Reasons to Apply at Northwestern Medicine
With remote, hybrid and in-person work settings, you may have more options than ever for a new role or next step in your career. So, why choose Northwestern Medicine?
From Primary Care to Environmental Services to Clinical Trials and Research and beyond, our teams put patients first in everything we do. You too can be a part of that mission to make health care better for all.
Michaelina Bianco is a talent acquisition professional at Northwestern Medicine specializing in recruitment for roles in surgical services and rehabilitation services. She shares her top reasons why you should consider applying for a role at Northwestern Medicine.
Reasons to Apply
1. Benefits that work for you.
“When I’m interviewing candidates for an open role, I always ask them what attracted them to Northwestern Medicine,” Bianco says. “Benefits are consistently a top reason why. We’re offering tools and resources to improve physical, emotional and financial health for everyone.”
2. Empowerment to grow professionally and personally.
Growth looks different for everyone, Bianco explains. At Northwestern Medicine, we provide programs to help you with covering tuition, paying back student loans and reimbursing professional development opportunities.
“Things like tuition assistance can really be a game-changer for someone,” she explains. “Growth for education is supported across the board here.”
3. Impacting patient lives, no matter what team you are on.
“Anyone who joins our teams is going to help make lives and communities better,” Bianco says. “You are either delivering care or supporting someone who does. We all put patients first in everything we do.”
4. Community involvement.
Northwestern Medicine is committed to building stronger communities by helping remove barriers to better health. When your join a team at Northwestern Medicine, you can support your communities and the other communities we serve.
“People outside of Chicago and the surrounding areas know Northwestern Medicine because of the work we do in our facilities and outside in our communities,” Bianco explains. “Here, there’s a feeling of being a part of something bigger.”
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