Apply for jobs at the Cleveland Clinic by visiting the hospital's website at ClevelandClinic.com and navigating to the hyperlink for Cleveland Clinic Careers at the top right of the webpage. Select the Career Website. Choose from a list of 16 different professional areas. Alternatively, search for current job openings by navigating to the Cleveland Clinic locations box and selecting either the View Opportunities by Location or by Facility.
The Cleveland Clinic has 16 different career paths that are referred to as professional areas. These professional areas include health care fields such as Nursing, Physician, Patient Services, Advanced Practices and Pharmacy as well as business fields such as Administration and Clerical, Executive Recruitment, Finance and Information Technology, Support Services and Research.
The careers webpage for the Cleveland Clinic contains information for applicants to the hospital in addition to posting job opportunities. For example, in the Working Here tab prospective employees are informed about the history, culture and principles of the Cleveland Clinic.
The Cleveland Clinic was established by 1921 by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, a non-profit organization. It initially had 60 employees, but grew quickly. Within its first 12 months the Foundation purchased an additional four buildings to accommodate the demand for services. Starting in the 1950s, the Cleveland Clinic began to develop into a multi-specialty hospital, including expertise on cardiac health and pathology.