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Essentia Health to host open job interviews Sept. 23

Essentia Health is an integrated health system serving patients in Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota. The health care provider will host a job fair in Brainerd Thursday, Sept. 23.

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Essentia Health-St. Joseph’s Medical Center Wednesday, Nov. 18, in Brainerd. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch

Essentia Health will host a full day of job interviews Thursday, Sept. 23, for all positions at the Essentia Health Sports Center in Brainerd, rain or shine.

Talent recruiters and department managers will be on-site from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Candidates from all backgrounds are encouraged to attend — nurses, nursing and clinical assistants, surgery technicians, radiology technicians, respiratory therapists, human resource professionals, those interested in environmental services and nutrition services and more.

Essentia Health recruiters will greet candidates, determine their employment eligibility, conduct an initial screening and filter them to appropriate hiring managers for interviews. Selected candidates will be verbally offered a position before leaving the event. A formal offer will come once recruiters are back in the office.

Candidates should bring a resume if possible, but it’s not required. Attire is business casual. All attendees are encouraged to wear a mask.

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The event will be outdoors at the Essentia Health Sports Center at 502 Jackson St.

To learn more about working at Essentia Health, as well as to browse open positions, visit www.essentiacareers.org .

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