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Nursing at Mercy
Excellence in Patient Care
- Professional environment
- Ongoing career education
- Competitive benefits package
- Community involvement
Mercy Hospital’s Division of Nursing Service supports the hospital’s faith-based environment as well as its mission. Nurses play a vitally important role in that mission, working side by side as team members with physicians, dietitians, social workers, chaplains, pharmacists and others to assure that we maintain the highest standards of patient care.
We are also committed to providing nurses with an environment of personal satisfaction and professional growth. We promote shared decision-making and participatory management. Our healthcare system provides us a wealth of resources which allows Mercy Hospital to be on the cutting edge in nursing as well as in medicine. Our focus is always on ever-improving patient care. To that end, the Division of Nursing at Mercy Hospital actively participates in the American Nurses Association Quality Program with focus on Patient Safety first.
The Division of Nursing Service is committed to continuously improve patient care by providing facilities, technologies and an enriching environment for healthcare professionals who choose to practice on our campus.
When you join the nursing staff of Mercy Hospital, you can pursue your nursing interests with a wide variety of career options. Whether your interests lie in cardiovascular nursing, surgical services, medical/surgical nursing, caring for women and children, or specializing in critical care or behavioral sciences, we take an active role in helping you pursue your career goals
Our orientation program is devoted to helping you feel at home in your new job. Other professional development opportunities include:
- Reimbursement for national certifications
- Enhanced tuition reimbursement to include initial RN degree
- Cross-training activities
- Free Internet CEUs via NursingSpectrum.com
- Individualized experienced RN orientation
- Commitment to research and evidence-based practice
- Medical-Surgical Core Curriculum Course
- ACLS, PALS, TNNC provided at no cost for appropriate unit staff
- Support and funding for staff to attend professional organization meetings/conferences
- RN tuition reimbursement program
- RN salaries regularly reviewed and increased
- On-site Day Care Center
- No mandatory overtime; all overtime work is voluntary
- Extra-shift pay up to double time
- Off-shifts differential regularly reviewed and improved
- Very competitive short-term disability
- Employee and family vision coverage
- Specialty area differentials
- Highly competitive 401K match
- Extra shifts incentive
- Seasonal shuttle service from parking lot to hospital
- Nurses Week activities
What positions are currently available?
Positions are available through our website. All applications must be completed electronically either online or in the Human Resources department to be considered for available open positions. We no longer accept resumes or paper applications. All applicants will be required to have an email address. If you do not have an email address, you can obtain a free address at Gmail, Yahoo or Hotmail.
Once you apply, you will receive an automatic response verifying that your application was received. You will also receive an email verifying your username and password. After submitting your application, you must continue to monitor your email. Should we be interested in contacting you for an interview, you will receive an email.
If you have already applied, how do you apply for other jobs?
Using your username and password, simply click on the position of interest and click on “Add To My Jobs” and your application will be active for that position as well as any other positions you have applied for. It is advised to keep your application updated and provide specific information for the new job that you have applied for.
I don’t remember my password/won’t work/isn’t accepted?
When you initially apply, a confirmation email is sent to the email address you provided when you applied. That email contains your password. If you cannot locate that email, on the Employment page of the website you will have an option in case you have forgotten your password.
How do I check on the status of my application? Is the position still available?
Return to our job search page and click on Sign In button. If a position has been filled or we are pursuing other candidates, you will be sent an email to the email address you provided when you applied. Otherwise, notification is sent when the position is filled. It can take several weeks. All communication is through email so once you apply, check your email regularly in case you are contacted. Due to the volume of applicants, we are not able to respond to calls for a status update. It is recommended to update your application every six months.
What are your hours?
Human Resources is open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our department is closed on major recognized holidays.
Where is the Human Resources Department located?
We are located in Mercy Hall, directly behind the Parking Deck. Take the road that runs along the side of the parking deck, proceed through the gate and follow the signs toward the Employee C Lot. Proceed past the entrance to Human Resources (HR) and turn right into the parking area next to the HR building. Signs are posted for HR parking.
Nicotine-free hiring policy
Mercy Hospital holds a nicotine-free hiring policy for all job applicants at its hospitals, clinics, outpatient centers and all other facilities. Under the policy, all physicians, nurses and other individuals who apply for a position with Mercy Hospital will be tested for nicotine during the regular pre-employment screening process. Those who test positive for nicotine will be eliminated from hiring consideration with the option to reapply after six months.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Mercy Hospital offers a competitive benefits package to its employees. Some benefits depend on full-time job status.
- Healthcare insurance
- Prescription coverage
- Vision and dental insurance
- Group life insurance
- Short-term disability
- Long-term disability
- Flexible spending accounts
- Retirement services plan
- Voluntary benefits (life, accident, critical illness, and disability)
- Tuition reimbursement
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Bereavement Pay
- Jury duty pay
- Shift and weekend differentials
- Adoption plan
- Education programs
- Recognition & rewards programs
- Employee fitness center
- Perks program
About Stark County
Where Culture, Recreation & Education Meet
Canton, Ohio, located in Stark County, is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the National First Ladies’ Historic Site and many other cultural and historic landmarks.
The greater Stark County area also offers several school districts rated excellent by the Ohio Department of Education and exceptional colleges and universities, including the University of Mount Union, Malone University, Walsh University, Kent State University at Stark and Stark State College.
Recreational & Cultural Opportunities Abound
You will also find a well-developed park system in Stark County with:
- 13 parks and more than 80 miles of trails for walking and biking
- Over 30 miles of trails for horseback riding
- Access to many lakes, ponds and reservoirs
- A wide range of education programs on nature, wildlife, conservation and more
The residents of Stark County are also known for their love of sports. With 20 public golf courses, the Canton area is called Ohio’s Golf Capital. Recreational, amateur and competitive sporting opportunities abound for children, teens and adults.
You’ll also find easy access to restaurants, farmers’ markets, shopping and entertainment venues in Stark County, along with numerous cultural and performing arts events – from orchestras and theaters to museums and art galleries. Stark County also borders a pastoral region recognized as the world’s largest Amish community. The Amish are known for their simple life and exquisite craftsmanship.
Health Care Leadership of Northeast Ohio
Stark County is part of Northeast Ohio, an area known for its healthcare leadership, as well as its premier college and universities, such as Northeast Ohio Medical University, Case Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, Cleveland State University, the University of Akron, Kent State University and Youngstown State University.
Easy Access to Akron & Cleveland
In terms of recreation and entertainment, a short drive to the Akron or Cleveland area opens up many possibilities:
- Playhouse Square – the second largest theater district in the United States
- Cuyahoga Valley National Park with its scenic railroad
- Professional sporting events
- World-class museums and historic experiences