The recruitment team and hiring managers work together to identify candidates with the appropriate qualifications. Those candidates who appear to be the best fit will be contacted.
Be sure to hit the SUBMIT button when you are ready to apply. This will ensure your application is active and submitted to the job opening(s). If you hit SAVE you will need to go back to your application and SUBMIT when you are ready. Your application will NOT be reviewed unless you hit the SUBMIT button.
We receive a high volume of applicants and only those most qualified will be contacted for interviews. While we wish we could talk to every candidate, this simply is not realistic. Be sure you meet or exceed the minimum qualifications listed on the job description before applying. (For example: If the job requires a bachelor’s degree, you must meet this educational requirement to even be considered.)
You are allowed to apply for 5 jobs in a 90 day period.
The interview process varies depending on the position and department. The process will include a combination of interviews (both on-site and phone). The hiring team, human resources and others may be included in the hiring process. We will ask questions based on the success profiles of each position to determine best fit. Once ALL candidates have gone through the necessary interviews, an offer will be made to the selected candidate. Those interviewed but not selected will be notified via phone, email or letter.
We are dedicated to selecting the best candidate for each position and the interview and hiring processes can be lengthy. While we work hard to ensure a level of expediency in hiring, we must also be diligent in our selection process. There is not a set time frame as each position is unique and dependent on a wide variety of factors. We do appreciate your patience.
If you were engaged in the interview process you will be notified of status changes for the position which you are interviewing (via phone, email or letter). If you are not contacted to interview, you will not be made aware of status updates pertaining to the position of interest.
You may update your contact information by logging into your profile at our careers page then select “My profile”. Once you’ve made the changes, click the “save” button and the new information will be reflected on your next application. Since this won’t update an already submitted application; please ensure your contact information is correct every time you submit a new application.
The application is kept on file but you should apply for the other positions you are qualified for. Keeping your application on file does not mean you are automatically considered for other positions even if the position is the same as the one you previously applied for.
Abbreviations or acronyms often are used in our job titles. Try searching on keywords such as RN, LVN, Food Svcs Rep, Rad Tech, and MR/ CT. Also, use keywords that are likely to be in the job description. You can broaden your search and get more results by selecting the Job Family.
Yes. Your application is much more important than your resume, because a job's salary is calculated based on the relevant work history given on the application, not the resume. Just as with any paper application, you need to include your work history, education, licenses and certificates, references and other information. If attached, a resume should only be used to supplement the information given in the work history section or to draw attention to information not covered in the application profile, such as volunteer activities, civic duties, etc.
No. Texas Children’s Hospital requires applicants to select the jobs they are interested in and apply for them. New opportunities are added regularly.
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