1. How do I apply for a position?
You must visit our website at www.lhs.net to complete an application.
There are 3 components you will need to submit to be considered for a position.
Please note that the survey is not optional.
Your profile can be updated at any time. There is no way to edit your application once it has been saved as final. Please be sure to save your application as final so that we receive it.
2. Did you receive my application?
You will know your application has been received because completion of Step 1 and Step 2 (See answer to Question 1) will prompt you to Step 3 (completing the Survey).
Even if you've made multiple job selections on various visits, you will still be prompted to Step 3. This is the clue that your request for consideration for a job has been submitted.
3. Is Lake Health hiring?
All current job openings are posted on our website.
4. I have submitted my application but I have not received a call, can I contact a recruiter or manager?
Your application will be carefully reviewed. If it is determined that your indicated experience, education and skills match the requirements of the position, you will be contacted by a recruiter to arrange for an interview.
5. I am a Lake Health team member do I have to fill out an application to apply for another position?
Yes. If you have not completed an online application since August 2008, you will need to follow the three step process outlined in number one. If you have completed an application recently, you only need to submit your profile for the position (s) you wish to apply for. If you have taken the survey in the past, you will not need to take it again.
6. Can I apply for more than one position?
Yes. Please submit your profile for each position for which you qualify.
7. Can I contact a recruiter or manager?
As you might imagine, our being a premier employer in Northeast Ohio results in our receiving many applications for our open positions. We ask that you please do not call to check on the status of a submitted application. Our recruitment team will contact those candidates who most closely meet the requirements of the position.
8. Where can I send my resume?
You are able to upload or copy and paste your cover letter and resume to your profile, however you will still need to complete the three step application process if this is your first time applying at Lake Health.
9. Are there paper applications? I don’t have a computer at home.
All applications must be submitted on-line. Paper applications are not available. Any internet accessible computer can give you access to our website.
10. Does Lake Health provide career counseling for applicants?
We recommend checking with your local schools of higher education for career counseling assistance.
11. What is the difference between "Registered User" or "Create a New User Account?
If you have already applied for a position(s), you will want to go to the "Registered Users" box and sign in using your Username and Password. If this is your first time applying to Lake Health, go to the "Create a New User Account" box and register.
12. What is my Username?
Your username is the e-mail address that you provided when you created your new user account.
13. What if I have forgotten my password?
Enter your e-mail address in the Forgot Your Password box; a new password will be e-mailed to you. Copy and paste the temporary password into this link - https://www2.apply2jobs.com/lakehospital/. At this point, you will be asked to change your password. Remember to record your newly created password.
Remember, the password that is e-mailed to you is not your original password. It will provide you a temporary log in and prompt you to change your password.
14. What if I don’t see a certain position I’m interested in on your website?
Our website is updated as positions become available. Please continue to visit our website.
15. I saw an opening on another website but could not find the position posted on the Lake Health?
All current positions are posted on the Lake Health website.
16. How long are the jobs posted on your website?
Positions remain posted until they are filled.
17. What is the pay/salary information?
We are unable to release salary information until the time that a job offer is made to a selected candidate. Our wages and benefits are competitive with like healthcare providers in the Northeast Ohio area.
18. What to wear to orientation?
Orientation will be presented by the Human Resource Department and professional business attire is required. As a team member of Lake Health, we constantly interact with patients and the public; therefore displaying a professional appearance is always necessary. (no jeans, T-shirts, shorts or flip flops). You will have your badge picture taken on the first day of orientation.
19. Where do I report for orientation?
Your Human Resources orientation schedule is as follows: General orientations occur every other Monday and Tuesday. All team members must attend an orientation prior to starting in their department.
Both days of your orientation will begin at 7:30 a.m.
On Monday, please report to Classroom 3, LakeEast10 E. Washington Street, Painesville, Ohio 44077 above the gift shop.
On Tuesday, please report to Conference Room B, West Medical Center36000 Euclid Avenue, Willoughby, Ohio 44094, double doors of the main lobby.
20. Where do I park for orientation?
Parking for the first day of orientation is available in the parking garage located on East Washington Street. When you enter the garage take a parking ticket and keep it with you. Proceed to Level 5 for parking, only park on Level 5, all other levels require a permit and the city does write violation tickets. From the garage, you will need to cross East Washington Street to the hospital. Enter the hospital through the Main Entrance (ground floor). Classroom 3 is up one level on the first floor. From the Main Entrance, take the stairs that are located on the right just past the reception desk. When leaving for the day, you will need to give your parking ticket to the attendant and show your LHS parking card, which will be given to you during your first day of orientation.
Parking for the second day is free and limited to the parking lots behind the hospital. However, valet parking is available for a minimal fee.
21. What do I bring to orientation?
The back side of the enclosed I9 form explains the MANDATORY documentation that you must bring with you on your first day of orientation. One from List A or a combination of one each from B and C (documents can not be expired per the Department of Homeland Security). Acceptable documents are usually issued by schools, state, and the Federal Government. You will also need to bring your professional licensure, CPR, BLS or ACLS (regardless of previous verification) and your car license plate number. Failure to produce these documents will impact your ability to continue employment with Lake Health.
22. What occurs at Orientation?
During your two day orientation, you will receive your Team Member binder, your photo ID badge and tour a hospital each day. Your benefits and responsibilities as an employee will be covered. A continental breakfast will be provided to you both orientation days.