Thank you for your interest in working at Power County Hospital District. The District includes employment opportunities to work in the hospital, skilled nursing facility, therapy, or family clinics.
All prospective employees must complete an application for employment. As appropriate, a current resume that includes your academic history may be included. Please click on the Current Job Openings link below to review current job openings or submit a General Application.
*In accordance with federal CMS Employee COVID vaccination regulations, all employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by March 15, 2022, and thereafter, to work at Power County Hospital District facilities. Employees offered employment must be fully vaccinated prior to starting work or may request a medical or religious exemption for consideration. Please contact our Human Resources office for more information about this requirement.
Power County Hospital District offers a competitive benefit package for eligible employees including medical, dental, vision and life options along with vacation and sick time. The District also offers a retirement plan that matches employee contributions after one year of employment.
Power County Hospital District is committed to providing a safe, efficient, and productive work environment for all employees. To help ensure a safe and healthy working environment, all new employees will be scheduled to complete a drug screen after an offer of employment has been made.
In our growing market, Power County Hospital is always looking to facilitate an adequate number of physicians for coverage in our clinics or hospital emergency room to insure our growing patient population has the coverage required.
Volunteers contribute thousands of hours of services to the hospital and nursing home every year. Volunteers can help in many ways with resident activities, employee projects, working in the Gift Shop, or helping with the next fundraising event or community activity. Find out more about volunteer services.