Premier Health Expands Employment Opportunities to Teens

Premier Pulse     February 2019

Premier Health is now inviting local teens to fill positions at various facilities and keep up with the ever-growing workforce demands in health care. This is the first time that job opportunities will be marketed to high school students; most open positions traditionally have been filled by individuals over the age of 18.

Various jobs have been identified within areas such as environmental, nutrition, and linen services that can be filled by high school students. Applicants are required to be at least 16 years old and must be attending a vocational or high school.

Some students may have the unique opportunity to become a patient care technician (PCT). Students interested in becoming a PCT must qualify by meeting certain standards, including enrollment or completion of a State Tested Nurses Assistant (STNA) course. In return, high school students will have an opportunity to enjoy competitive pay in an area that provides flexible scheduling to accommodate their busy school life. 

While Premier Health is opening the opportunity to all area students, it hopes to attract students who foresee a future in the health care industry. Students can learn more about employment at Premier Health or apply online.

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