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Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at BJC HealthCare.

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Yes, at BJC we pay every two weeks.

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Flu shots are mandatory for all BJC employees, unless there is a medical or religious exemption. Employees requesting exemption must complete and submit a request for exemption.

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BJC HealthCare offers full-time, part-time and PRN (as needed) positions. Please visit www.bjc.org/jobs to explore our current openings that have a status that best matches your preferences/interests.

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A broader internal communication plan to raise awareness about career advancement, career path opportunities and internal mobility.

The end goal being to capitalize on the potential of our current work force and decrease our attrition.

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They did in 2013 when I worked there, they told me that they had a list of felonies that were non-hireable and others that were.

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Yes. Zero tobacco policy for new hires.

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We are unable to give out pay rates or compensation information. However, that would be a conversation you can certainly explore during the interview process. Please visit www.bjc.org/jobs to apply to our current openings today.

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I am not a smoker

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BJC has career opportunities for Medical Assistants, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), and Patient Care Technicians (PCT). Please visit www.bjc.org/jobs to view our current openings.

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I think BJC actually pays better than most medical practices in the st. Louis area. Washington University could hold # 1 spot, then BJC ranking at #

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