Intermountain Healthcare has many career opportunities requiring a variety of skills, education, experience, licensure and/or certifications and employee health requirements. Job descriptions outline the requirements for each specific position.
Intermountain is committed to protecting our patients, coworkers and community by requiring all employees to be immunized according to CDC standards. All employees including those who do not do direct patient care, will be required to be vaccinated for MMR, Tdap, Varicella, the annual Influenza and Hepatitis B for some jobs. A 2-step TB step is also required. Only limited exemptions are allowed including documented medical contraindications or documented religious beliefs that object to vaccinations.
To ensure competency of our caregivers, professional licensure and certification may be required. Licenses must be current and must enable providers to practice within the state of Utah or Idaho, depending on the position location. Proof of required licensure or certification must be obtained prior to employee's start date.
Education verification supports Intermountain’s efforts to ensure a competent workforce. In clinical facilities it is a Joint Commission requirement. Intermountain verifies both degree attainment and educational institution accreditation following an offer of employment.
Post-secondary educational institution and programs accreditation is based on the US Department of Education’s database. To verify an institution's accreditation visit the U. S. Department of Education's website by clicking here
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification
Many health care positions and many positions within Intermountain Healthcare require current valid CPR Certification for the healthcare provider or professional rescuer. We recommend obtaining current CPR before applying for positions requiring this certification. Candidates without a current certification may not be considered.
Qualifying certifications may be obtained from any of the following organizations:
Limited classes are also offered through our Intermountain University at the facilities listed below. Call for more information:
Dixie Regional Medical Center
Intermountain Medical Center
Logan Regional Hospital
Primary Children's Medical Center
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center
Original documentation of current certification must be provided prior to New Employee Orientation or the first day of work.
After applying, please check your email often. Some positions require assessment testing and notification will be sent to you through email. Once the email notification is sent, you will have at least 24 hours to complete the assessment. The assessment is part of the application process and if not completed, applications may no longer be considered. Additional help can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions document below.
Assessment Frequently Asked Questions.pdf