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Careers - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I find out about open positions at Beebe?
A: Job opportunities are posted weekly on our website.
Q: How can I apply?
A: You can apply online at the Apply Now section of our website.
Q: Can I apply for more than one position?
A: Yes you can. It's best to complete one application and list all the positions of interest in the "Position Applied For" section.
Q: How does Beebe define terms like "shift," "full-time," "part-time," etc.?
A: Below is a brief overview of employment terms.
Full-Time: Hired to work 8 or 10-hour shifts and maintain a regular scheduled minimum of 40 hours of work per week.
Hired to work 12-hour shifts and maintain a regularly scheduled minimum of 72 hours work during a pay period.
Part-Time: Hired to work 32, 40, 56 or 64 regularly scheduled hours during a pay period. Casual or Per Diem: Hired to work on an as needed basis. Not guaranteed a minimum number of work hours. Shift: Unless a position specifically outlines the work day and shift, most positions have variable or rotating work schedules or work hours. This will be noted on the employment listing.
Casual or Per Diem positions require the flexibility to work any schedule (day/night/evening) or hours based on the work schedule of the position. Work days show whether the position may require working during the standard Monday – Friday, or any day of the week.
Q: What happens if I see other positions after submitting my application?
A: You can call the Human Resources Department to speak with a representative. After the initial application is processed, we will be happy to review your application for additional positions.
Q: How often should I reapply? How long do you keep applications?
A: We retain applications on file one year from submission date. If you have submitted an application within 12 months, there is no need to reapply. Simply call the Human Resources Department when you see a job opportunity.
However, you want to be sure that your contact information and job history remains current. If there is a change in your name, address, phone number, e-mail address, or work history, you should submit another application.
Q: After applying, how do I know that you have received my application? Should I place a follow-up call?
A: When you have applied online, you will receive a personal acknowledgment via e-mail.
Q: What happens after I submit my application?
A: Our recruiting staff personally reviews all applications. If an applicant possesses the essential job skills/experience, the application will be forwarded to the Director of that particular department. If there is a job match, the recruiter will contact the applicant to schedule an interview. If not selected for an interview, the applicant can continue to apply for other positions.
The Human Resources office is pleased to assist you in your job search at Beebe. Our mission is to attract and hire the best for Beebe Healthcare and to make your first introduction an outstanding one.