If you experience difficulties when applying for a posted position:
To ensure that you are able to use the "copy" feature, your first name, last name and last four digits of your SSN must match on your account and application information. If you continue to have trouble, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: If you are unable to access the applicant login screen, please check your computer to assure your pop up blocker is turned off.
We are so pleased that you are considering Aspirus for a possible career choice. We offer more than a job; we offer the opportunity to build your career in health care and to share your passion with your patients and your co-workers. We realize that not every job involves direct patient care; however the work of each employee in our organization contributes to our mission and vision:
We are proud of our employees, volunteers and our physicians who comprise our comprehensive care team, and we invite you to be part of our team.
Aspirus is pleased to offer you our applicant tracking system, Position Manager. The first time you use the system, you will need to register. Once registered, you may check the status of your application at any time. You will also be able to copy your application if applying for more than one position. All applications for employment at our facilities are to be completed electronically using the links above.
We only accept applications for open positions, so check here often if you don't see a position that fits your interest. You can submit your application and resume via the links above. Rest assured, our application system is secure, so any of your personal information will remain confidential. Please save often as your session will time out after 15 minutes of inactivity, at which point, any unsaved information will be lost.
Once you have submitted your application, we will communicate with you via e-mail as to the status of your application. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by our recruiting staff.
You have 24/7 access to your Aspirus Employment Dashboard where you can check the status and activity of your job application within our recruitment process. Additionally, please check your e-mail for the latest updates to your application. If a job disappears from the open position list, it means that we are no longer accepting applications and are in the interviewing stages.
Again, thank you for your interest in a career with us!
Aspirus Recruitment Team
This page has the answers to most frequently asked questions we receive about applying for a job at Aspirus. Can't find the answer to your question? Send a message to Human Resources through the contact us page or call us at 715-847-2800 or 800-283-2881 ext. 72800.
Only online applications will be accepted. Any exception to this must have prior approval from Aspirus Human Resources.
You should complete the online application accurately and in its entirety to allow for a thorough evaluation. Knowingly providing false information or omitting information may result in ineligibility for employment with Aspirus.
No, a resume is not required to complete an application.
Simply copy and paste your resume into the requested field on the online application.
No. However, if you are scheduled for an interview, you can bring in a copy of your resume at that time.
All the date fields need to be in the MM/DD/YYYY format. If you do not remember the exact dates, you can use zeros for the date field.
You should receive a confirmation message either on the screen or to your email address after you complete the application indicating your application was successfully submitted.
Be assured your application will be carefully reviewed. A Human Resources representative will complete the initial review to determine whether your qualifications meet the requirements of the position. The supervisor of the position may further review your application. We appreciate your patience during this process.
A Human Resources representative, supervisor or manager will contact you by telephone or email with more information about the position and to schedule an interview.
You will be notified by email if you are not being considered for a position. The reasons for not being considered may vary. Your qualifications, experience and requested hours are among some of the criteria used to determine if your application meets the position requirements.
Once you submit your application for a particular opening, you cannot make changes to it.
All of our positions we are actively recruiting for are on our website which is updated on a daily basis. You can apply for a position you have an interest in.
Yes, you can apply for other positions you are qualified for.
On the Applicant Login screen, click on “Forgot Username or Password." Type in your first and last name and your last 4 digits of your Social Security Number to access this information.
It is important that we have your current e-mail address. If you are not selected for the position, an e-mail will be sent to your email address. Please update your e-mail address by accessing the Career Opportunity page. Enter your “Login” information to update your new e-mail address on ”My Account.”
It is important we have your current phone number. To update your phone number, please call the Human Resources Department at Aspirus Wausau Hospital at 715-847-2800 or 800-283-2881 ext. 72800 to update this information. If you are applying for a position at a different hospital, you can contact the facility at the main number and ask to speak with Human Resources. To find contact information for our hospitals, click here.
Video interviews are only currently available for candidates who are applying for a position on the Aspirus Wausau Hospital campus.
Aspirus is pleased to offer applicants who are selected to interview, the option of completing this via video conferencing. This option is available to candidates who reside outside of North Central Wisconsin. By using the software downloads and information below, you can interview for a position with Aspirus without having to travel.
*Please note: An onsite interview may still be requested at a later date.
Links for downloading/installing Cisco Jabber Video (Movi):
IMPORTANT: If you have a previous version of Movi, please un-install it completely. Old setting will remain if the old version remains.
Click on the appropriate link to download installation instructions in PDF format:
Click below for additional requirements for the following operating systems:
The following information is applicable only if you have been offered employment with Aspirus.
We are pleased to welcome you to Aspirus and we look forward to meeting you in orientation.
To assist you in preparing for your new hire orientation, please
click below to review the following information as it pertains to the location in which you have been hired:
Your orientation will be held at Aspirus Wausau Hospital, 333 Pine Ridge Blvd, Wausau, Wis., 54401. Please report to the Silver
Room located on Level 1 of the hospital. Upon entering the main (West) entrance of the hospital, turn left and go all the way down the
hall. The room will be on the right side.
Prior to orientation you MUST meet the following requirements:
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU
Please bring the following to your appointment:
WHAT YOU NEED TO COMPLETE
Please print and bring the following completed forms with you to your Employee Health appointment:
For Your Information
All resources below are in PDF format:
This information applies to Aspirus Medford Hospital and Aspirus clinics in Gilman, Medford, Prentice, Phillips and Rib Lake
Your orientation will be held at Aspirus Medford Hospital, 135 South Gibson St., Medford Wis., 54451. Please report to the Community Education Room.
Your orientation will be held at Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital located at 205 Osceola Street, Laurium, MI 49913 unless another location is noted in your hire letter.
Your orientation will be held at Aspirus Ontonagon Hospital Human Resources Department, 601 South 7th Street, Ontonagon, MI 49953 unless another location is noted in your hire letter.
Your orientation will be held at Aspirus Grand View Hospital, N10561 Grand View Lane, Ironwood, MI 49938 (please report to the front lobby).
Your pre-employment meeting must be completed no later than the Wednesday before your hire date. If not, your hire date will be delayed until the next scheduled New Employee Orientation.
If you have questions or need more information, call Tricia at 715-623-9208 or Ashley at 715-623-9362.
We ask you to please bring the following items to this meeting:
In order to attend New Employee Orientation you must complete the pre-employment health screenings including the placement and reading of your TB test.
Your employment will be finalized and is contingent upon the successful completion of your pre-employment health history, drug testing, and physical examination, proof of eligibility to work in the United States and Criminal Investigation Background check.
The overall objectives of Aspirus compensation and benefit programs are to ensure Aspirus is able to attract, retain and motivate the number of qualified employees necessary to achieve Aspirus's goals and to do so as cost-effectively as possible.
Aspirus's objective is to ensure its compensation and benefit programs are technically sound, internally equitable, externally competitive, performance oriented, and supportive of it continuous quality improvement philosophies. It is recognized that Aspirus's compensation and benefits programs must be responsive to the differing labor markets in which it competes, as well as to the differing needs and objectives of it major groups of employees.
To view more specific benefit information for each of Aspirus' Entities please click on the entity below:
The following information applies to Aspirus Medford Hospital and Aspirus Clinics in Medford, Rib Lake, Prentice, Phillips and Gilman.
Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics offer an extensive benefit package to meet the needs of our employees.
In addition to the free employee wellness program, other fundamental benefits provided through employment with Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics include:
For more specific benefit information please refer to the postion/entity in which you have interest.
To find out more about our Work Life Benefits and Resources, click on one of the topics below.
(Note: This is an overview of a portion of those benefits offered to employees and may be subject to change. These benefits/resources may also be subject to eligibility based on employment within a specific Aspirus entity and other eligibility requirements.)
At Aspirus we realize the importance of "balancing" your personal life and career. We offer a wide variety of services to assist
employees in finding that balance, including:
Employees at Aspirus are offered a variety of opportunities to enhance their career and personal goals. The opportunities can vary depending on the facility in which you work, but can include:
We are proud to recognize our employees for their successes and have special acknowledgements throughout the year:
Aspirus employees enjoy a variety of perks, including:
Some of our entities may have additional perks, including on-site credit union, chapel and fitness center. For a full overview of perks at the location in which you are interviewing or being hired, talk to your human resources or other contact.
Keeping our employees "In the Know" is the key to our success:
Working together as a team, Aspirus and our home communities offer:
We believe that continuing education for all staff is essential to our future. As part of its commitment to becoming a learning organization, we provide various continuing education unit (CEU) offerings throughout the year.
This information applies only to Riverview Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids.
Riverview Hospital’s student preceptorship program is available to college or technical college students who need an unpaid hospital or health care experience to complete their course requirements. The preceptorship program does not apply to high school students, CCHI (Central Cities Health Institute) students or job-shadow students.
Riverview offers a student preceptorship program for both clinical and nonclinical students. The preceptorship program is a structured program that serves as a means of providing instruction, direction or guidance to an individual. A preceptorship is an opportunity that offers an individual the experience necessary to meet the requirements for course completion in a health care setting.
A physician/clinic office copy of all of the above immunizations or titers must be faxed to Riverview’s Employee Health Department at 715-421-7505.
PPDs will be good for one year up to the last date of your preceptorship experience. (For example: If the last day of your preceptorship is Sept. 17, 2013, and your PPD will not expire before this date, you will not need to have a repeat PPD done prior to starting your preceptorship experience. If your PPD will expire prior to the last day of your preceptorship, you will need to have a repeat PPD done and fax a copy of the results to Riverview’s Employee Health Department.)
To accept a student into our student preceptorship program, Riverview Medical Center must have a current signed contract with your school/facility.
Riverview's student preceptorship program is a structured program that serves as a means of providing instruction, direction or guidance to college or technical college students who need an unpaid hospital or health care experience to complete their course requirements.
Click below for additional guideline information:
Riverview's student preceptorship program is designed to provide challenging learning opportunities for clinical and nonclinical students that encourage the application of theoretical and conceptual knowledge within a clinical and nonclinical setting. The assigned preceptor provides for the continuity of learning, evaluation and institutional socialization for the student.
Riverview's student preceptorship program will:
Under the direct supervision of a Riverview-identified preceptor, the student performs those tasks for which she or he has been trained and in which she or he is able to appropriately demonstrate to the preceptor.
Riverview's student preceptorship program is designed as a collaborative effort between Riverview, the preceptor, the student and the student's instructor. Through this partnership, clinical and nonclinical judgment and interventions can be processed and enhanced.
All students should wear their school identification badge during their preceptorship. If a student does not have a specific school identification, Riverview will provide an identification badge. This would apply mainly to radiology tech students and med tech (CLS) students.
All clinical students will wear their school uniform. All nonclinical students will wear professional attire.
The student may choose one area or unit to assist in the completion of the preceptorship program. The student may not rotate to other departments within Riverview during the preceptorship program.
Each clinical and nonclinical skill that is performed must be validated by the direct observation of a Riverview-identified preceptor. Therefore, the clinical or nonclinical skill must be performed with the preceptor immediately present for consultation and education.
The student and his or her preceptor will collaboratively work in a learning environment throughout the preceptorship program.
Riverview is a teaching hospital, and as such, students may be involved in patient care. We recognize that acting as a clinical site benefits the students and their school; Riverview; and, ultimately, our community and our patients. On the other hand, Riverview also recognizes that patients do have the right to refuse having a student participate in their care. Therefore, each area within the hospital has a process for identifying and honoring patient requests to not have a student. Efforts will be made to communicate that information to the student.
A part of the process will be that all patients requesting not to have a student will have “NS” written on their armbands. In accordance with National Patient Safety Goal No. 1, patient identification consists of verification of name and date of birth, which can be found on the patient armband. Should the student or preceptor note the “NS” on a patient armband, the appropriate instructor, charge nurse or supervisor in the area will be notified so that the student’s assignment may be adjusted.