Did You Know? How To Get A Job At The Scarborough Hospital

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Serving a community of close to one million people or approximately one-fifth of the Greater Toronto Area, The Scarborough Hospital has 3,330 staff, more than 700 physicians and 600 volunteers – and they’re growing to ensure they continue serving their diverse patient population well.

Krista Root, Recruitment Specialist in the Human Resources department at The Scarborough Hospital, says the hospital’s vision is to be recognized as Canada’s leader in providing the best healthcare for a global community.

“Here at TSH, we embrace and celebrate our community’s unique religious and multicultural heritage, and are proud of the culturally sensitive care we provide on a daily basis.”

Careers at The Scarborough Hospital

If that’s the kind of environment you want to hatch your career in, you might be interested to know that The Scarborough Hospital hires students and new grads from many disciplines in the medical and administrative fields for roles in Occupational Health, Pharmacy, Nursing, Organizational Development and Human Resources.

“As an affiliate of the University of Toronto, TSH is a referral centre for vascular surgery, pacemakers and cataract surgeries,” says Krista. The hospital is also a regional centre for dialysis and is renowned for its sexual assault care centre and mental health programs. There are many different areas of specialty that you can gain experience and build your career in.

Applying for a job at The Scarborough Hospital

The healthcare field can still be competitive, though – especially in an urban centre like Toronto – so we asked Krista for her best advice on how students and recent grads can stand out during The Scarborough Hospital’s application and interview process.

Like many organizations, the job application process at The Scarborough Hospital happens online. The hospital’s student and entry level jobs are listed here on TalentEgg. The links lead to the career section of TSH’s website.

Aside from the typical resume fare, such as education and work experience, Krista says there are a few things that really stand out to her, including:

  • Extra-curricular activities related to the position you’re applying for
  • Volunteer work
  • The ability to speak another language

“Selected students and graduates will have telephone pre-screens and, if you meet the requirements, you could be chosen for an in-person interview with the hiring manager,” she says.

Making an impression in the job interview

Krista suggests that the key to making an impression during a job interview at The Scarborough Hospital is preparation.

“You should be knowledgeable of TSH and our mission, vision and values. You should also be prepared to provide examples of conflict, problem solving, multi-tasking.”

For the interview itself, Krista says she and her team appreciate when you show up on time, act professionally, and answer their questions in a clear and concise manner.

If you and The Scarborough Hospital are a good fit for each other, then you might just be suited for a rewarding healthcare career in the organization.

The Scarborough HospitalLearn more about current and upcoming career opportunities: visit The Scarborough Hospital’s profile.

 

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