How do I apply?
The HCA Houston network offers several ways to apply, so that you can choose the method most convenient for you.
Which jobs are accepting applications?
We are accepting applications for jobs that are posted. For a complete listing of job opportunities, click on Search and Apply. If none of the current opportunities are the right fit, please check back on a regular basis or contact one of the recruiters listed on the Location Page.
I am having trouble applying online. What should I do?
Please contact the hospital recruiter at the position's location. Contact information can be found on our Locations page.
What happens after I apply?
Your information is immediately entered into our database. Please be assured that your application will be reviewed by recruiters who specialize in matching your skills, strengths and areas of interest. If your resume corresponds with our needs, a recruiter will be in touch.
When can I speak with a recruiter directly about my resume?
After applying, our recruiters will review your application. If you're the right fit for one of our current job openings, we'll reach out. While we would like to be able to speak to everyone who has an interest in working at an HCA Houston facility, the volume of applications and resumes does not allow us to perform this courtesy.
What are the steps in your hiring process?
After an initial screening of your application and resume by a member of our recruitment team, qualified applications will be forwarded to the hiring manager. The manager will then request interviews to be arranged with the best matches. A series of interviews, including telephone and onsite, are conducted. Based on the results of the interview process, an offer of employment is extended to the most qualified candidate.
What is the minimum number of hours for a full-time employee?
In order to qualify for most full-time benefits, an employee must regularly work at least 64 hours per two-week pay period.
How is salary determined?
There are a number of factors that we consider when determining salary. These may include salary range for the position, related and verifiable work experience, and a candidate's background and education. Hospital recruiters can provide additional information about salary and other related pay practices for specific jobs.
What kind of benefits package is offered?
We offer a comprehensive benefits program that allows our staff members to personalize their choices based on their individual needs. Visit our Benefits page for more information, along with www.hcarewards.com.
When do new employees become eligible for health insurance benefits?
New full-time and part-time employees are eligible for benefits after they have completed 30 days of employment.
Is relocation assistance available?
Relocation reimbursement may be available depending on the position being filled and the distance involved in the move. Please discuss this with the recruiter early in the application process.
What kind of training and development opportunities do you offer?
Each hospital maintains a comprehensive staff development program which includes an extensive new hire orientation, classroom and on-the-job training, skills labs, online and computer based training, external educational opportunities and self-paced learning options.
Do you offer tuition reimbursement?
Yes, full-time and part-time employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement. You can apply for tuition reimbursement after three months of service. Full-time employees can receive up to $3,600 annually for courses that are job related and taken at accredited colleges or universities. Reimbursement is made for approved tuition, fee and book expenditures.
Do you offer nursing internships?
Most HCA Houston facilities offer RN internships at selected times of the year. These are offered to Graduate Nurses and nurses wishing to enter new specialties.
What is a “PRN” position?
PRN (also referred to as “Pool”) positions offer flexible schedules that have variable hours. These positions are designed to allow the hospital to respond to changing patient census and volumes, while providing employees flexibility with scheduling. Some PRN positions require a minimum number of shifts worked during a schedule period.