Application FAQs

About Applying for Employment

Q: How do I know what jobs I can apply for?

A: Applications are accepted for open positions only. There are two ways to find out what positions are open:

  • Click on the link to go to directly to our career search page, then search for the type of job you’re interested in. Our listing of jobs is always current.
  • You can search for a job by entering any key word you wish in the “What?” field. (You can just leave the “Where?” field blank.) Click on a job to read about it in detail. Unfortunately, the Web job search form may not function properly if you are using the Firefox browser. Please try using a different Web browser instead.
  • Read the job board located in the Human Resources office at Adventist Health Castle (AHCS).

Q: Do you sponsor nurses from outside of the United States?

A: Due to current immigration quotas, we are unable to sponsor foreign nurses at this time.

Q: How do I apply for a job?

A: All job applications are submitted on-line only. We do not accept applications on paper.

When you click on a job that is displayed as a result of a career search, you will see a blue button in the lower left-hand corner with a check mark. Click on this button, create a new user account (or log in if you have registered before), and then fill in your application.

Q: How do I know you received my application?

A: If you submitted a working e-mail address with your application, you will receive an e-mail message confirming that we received it.

Q: How do you screen applicants for positions?

A: Each open position requires specific qualifications that must be met before the applicant can advance further in the process. Most positions also require pre-employment testing, whether at a computer or in writing.

After all the applications for a position have been received, the recruiter will review them. The applications from those who are qualified will then be forwarded to the department seeking to fill the position. The department will review those applications further before selecting whom to interview for the position.

Q: How can I learn the status of my job application?

A: Please note: Only those applicants who submit a working e-mail address with their on-line application will receive any notification of the status of their application.

You will receive an e-mail message from AHCS if:

  • You are not qualified for the job you applied for, or
  • The position was filled, but you were not the person chosen to fill it.

If AHCS selects you to be interviewed for the position you applied for, you will receive a phone call from the recruiter.

If you submitted a working e-mail address with your on-line job application and you have not yet heard anything from AHCS, that means your application has not been eliminated from consideration.