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Employment Opportunities Overview Employment Opportunities at LMH

Employment Overview

Equal Employment Opportunity
All employees and job applicants of Laughlin Memorial Hospital and its affiliates are guaranteed equality of employment opportunity. All HR policies and practices of the organization which include, hiring compensation, benefits, discipline and safety and health programs, as well as, social and recreational activities, will be administered and conducted without regard to any individual's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, or disability.

Reasonable accommodations will be made for job applicants and employees with disabilities. The organization will establish special programs designed to recruit, hire and ensure the upward mobility of qualified minority group members, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.

The hospital and its affiliated agencies have taken all necessary steps to ensure that its employees work environment is free of unlawful discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status or disability.

HR policies, practices and procedures are continually reviewed to ensure that all supervisors and managers are adhering to the hospital and its affiliated agencies commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity principles.

Application For Employment
All applicants for employment or re-employment should contact the Facility's HR Department. The HR Department acts for the administrator and the individual department directors in recruiting, screening and processing all candidates for employment. Qualified applicants will be referred to the appropriate department director for final selection. The qualifications and medical condition of applicants are the sole basis for employee selection.

As stipulated in the Immigration Reform and Control Act, inacted November 6, 1986, prospective employees must complete Form I-9, the Employee Eligibility Form, issued by the Immigration and Nationalization Service, testing used penalty of purgery that they are either U.S. Nationals or aliens authorized to work in the United States. Prospective employees must successfully pass the facility's current physical examination, which includes drug screenings, after an offer for employment has been made to the prospective applicant. Failure to successfully completes these exams will result in termination of the prospective employee.

Certification, Registration & Licensure
If you are a professionally registered, certified, or licensed employee, you will be required to possess and maintain a current certificate, registration or license. Upon employment, you will be expected to submit to your Department Head proof of your current certificate, registration or license. Annual renewals are required to be submitted to your department head. These renewals will be maintained in your personnel record.