From the 1889 opening of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, to the opening of the School of Medicine four years later, there emerged the concept of combining research, teaching and patient care. This model...
Mission: •To be the world’s preeminent health care institution
Working in a 1000+ bed, teaching hospital in downtown Baltimore, MD, employees represent the best and brightest in their professions and enjoy a multitude of opportunities for career and personal growth. Since its founding over 100 years ago, The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been at the forefront of discovery, innovation and medical advances. Its reputation for excellence has earned a ranking among “America’s Best Hospitals” by U.S.News and World Report for over two decades.
Professionals from all backgrounds come to Johns Hopkins to join one of the country's most reputable health care institutions, where they can work with talented physicians, nurses, and staff and experience unlimited opportunity for personal and professional growth. Employees enjoy a variety of outstanding benefits, including competitive salary and wages, health and dental insurance, tuition reimbursement, and endless educational and enrichment opportunities.
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Pros: --Endless amounts of in-house training available.
--Lots of bright people doing interesting things.
--If you have a flexible degree or background, it seems like you could move around inside the institution quite a bit… – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Baltimore, MD (US) – Reviewed last week New
Interview Details The PI was more interested in my appearance than my skills, knowledge and education. I interviewed for, and accepted, a position that was supposed to be challenging an interesting. Once I began, I learned that the job was neither. There was no interest in innovation, conducting research that… – Full Interview
No difficult or unexpected questions were asked, let alone questions that would allow the PI to truly assess my skills. – Answer Question