Aiken Regional Medical Centers is increasing opportunities to join the team by offering regularly scheduled job fairs throughout 2023. Job fairs will focus on positions in nursing and support services. Walk-in Wednesdays will be available for those interested in current open positions or submitting their resume for future opportunities.
During job fairs, interested candidates may participate in on-site interviews and meet members of the recruitment and management teams. Candidates who are hired for open positions may have the opportunity to begin employment paperwork while on-site.
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Nursing Job Fairs are held every month. Qualified nurses can receive a sign-on bonus of up to $25,000. See the full schedule and register →
Environmental Services Job Fairs are held every month. See the full schedule and register →
Walk-in Wednesdays are held every Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., except for December which will only be held the first two Wednesdays of the month.
Job fairs are held in the hospital’s main lobby, unless otherwise noted. Pre-registration is not required. Interested candidates can apply online or walk-in and are highly encouraged to bring an updated resume for a possible offer on the spot. For more information and to view available opportunities, visit our careers website or call 803-641-5630.
“For those looking to take the next step in their career, the job fairs provide a great opportunity to visit the hospital and interact with team members in a more casual, less intimidating interview setting,” said Matt Merrifield, Chief Executive Officer at Aiken Regional Medical Centers. “We hire both experienced professionals and new graduates and offer various extern/intern, residency and fellowship programs for our clinical teams to easily transition from training to employment. Our goal is to make it easier for qualified candidates to join our team, which in turn benefits the hospital and our patients, and strengthens the local workforce.”
Full and part-time employees are eligible for benefits that include, but are not limited to, health insurance, paid time off, 401K and tuition reimbursement.
“Our goal is to provide safe, quality care, every patient, every time. We treat our patients like family, and the family atmosphere is echoed among our team,” said Bridget Denzik, Chief Nursing Officer at Aiken Regional Medical Centers. “Patients come to us in their most vulnerable state, and our goal is to treat them with compassion and kindness; the same we would want ourselves or our loved ones treated. Working in healthcare, you may not realize the impact we can have on a patient’s life while they are in our care. By growing our nursing and non-nursing workforce, we’re able to maintain our commitment to providing the safe, quality care patients have come to know.”
Aiken Regional Medical Centers is an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V.