Welcome to MCHS Careers
Looking for an exciting place to work where you can truly make a difference and help others? Mississippi County Hospital System is the place for you. Opportunities are available at two hospitals, Great River Medical Center and South Mississippi County Regional Medical Center and several clinics, all located in Mississippi County, Arkansas.
Caring for Our Communities, Caring for YouWe invite you to be part of a team that is committed to making an impact in lives every day in communities across Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri.
Our MissionTo restore, maintain and improve the health of everyone in the communities we serve.
MCHS offers competitive salaries and benefits to support your career, well-being, and future.
Our ValuesOur actions are guided by our values.
●Compassion: We always show consideration of the feelings of others at all times.
●Respect: We always acknowledge the value and gifts of another person.
●Excellence: We exceed the expectations of the people we serve.
●Accountability: We are reliable, self-responsible owners of the outcomes of our organization.
●Teamwork: We are productive and participative staff members who energize others.
●Innovation: We seek new, creative solutions and ways to exceed expectations.
●Nurturing: We cultivate, develop and educate those with whom we work to achieve their highest potential.
●Guidance: We direct and lead our community members through their healthcare journey and in health improvements.
Related Links●Current Positions
What you need to knowWe appreciate your interest in joining our team.
Applicants may search for vacant positions and apply online through any computer that has internet capability. Our Human Resources Department has a computer available to the public from 8AM-4:30PM, Monday-Friday.
MCHS is a tobacco-free work environment. This means that parking lots, hospital grounds, and all vehicles on hospital property are off-limits for tobacco use.
A drug screen is administered as a part of the pre-employment screening after the job offer. A positive drug screen will result in the job offer being withdrawn.
Education, licensures, experience and social security numbers/work authorization are verified. Federal law requires we verify the identity and determine eligibility of all applicants hired to work. The I-9 Form is used for verification of all persons hired to work in the United States through E-Verify. For more information on E-Verify, please contact DHS at 1.888.464.4218 or dhs.gov/E-Verify. Sanction checks will be completed which allow us to check for any person who are excluded from any federally funded healthcare program, such as Medicare or Medicaid.
MCHS employees is mandated by CMS to get the COVID vaccine or request an exemption. Please speak with HR for more information.
You will be contacted by phone or email if you are selected for a interview. You will be contacted by email of the status of your application at the end of the hiring process.
FAQsCan I use a resume to apply?
Yes, you can upload your resume. The application will autofill from your resume.
How long are jobs posted?
They are posted until filled.
When can I expect a call about my application?
Managers review the applications, narrow to the top candidates and contact as their schedules allow.
What is the starting salary?
H.R. can quote a base rate; however, the exact amount will be quoted when the job is offered. The offer will occur after the interview and a full evaluation of experience and education is made.
Do you hire new grads?
Yes, we do! We are happy to hire new grads and we provide an orientation to assist them become part of our team.
What is Full-time Employment?
Any employee scheduled to work 30 hours per week or more.
What is Part-time Employment?
Any employee scheduled to work less than 30 hours per week.
What does PRN mean?
Pro Re Nata (latin phrase) which means "as needed." These employees are not scheduled but work as needed.
What is a PCA?
PCA is a Patient Care Aide working on the medical/surgical department assisting nurses with patient care.
What is an EVS Aide?
EVS Aids stands for Environmental Services Aide. This is an employee who is assigned to clean patient rooms and support areas by maintaining. the area in a detailed fashion disinfecting the general environment
Notice to ApplicantsAll applicants are required to pass a background check, E-Verify, and drug screening prior to employment or acceptance into volunteer or job shadow opportunities.
Mississippi County Hospital System is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.