Your Career Deserves
the Right Resources.

Join our team at St. Elizabeth, and you'll soon discover we're a mission-based organization that actually walks the talk. Each and every member of our team feels supported and valued in their job and has an opportunity to grow. We offer a wide variety of learning and development programs that begin on your first day and can last a lifetime.

Employee growth and development at St. Elizabeth Healthcare


As a new associate, you know how overwhelming your first days at work can feel. At St. Elizabeth, we offer a corporate orientation that teaches you about the organization, our policies and practices. After completing the orientation, most new hires in clinical positions are assigned a preceptor to help guide them and ease their transition. Other departments assign a “pal” who will show them around the department and where to locate things.

Tuition Reimbursement

All full- and part-time associates are eligible for tuition reimbursement after six months. Full-time associates are eligible for up to $4,000 per year and part-time associates are eligible to receive up to $2,000.

Career Pathing

Some departments, like nursing, have built-in career ladders. Others, like Pharmacy Techs, have multiple levels, which builds both skills and hourly wages. In all areas, you'll work with your manager to determine your career plan and how to reach your goals.

Internal Transfers

We are eager for you to grow and explore new areas of interest. Once you work six months in a specific department, you are eligible for a transfer. In 2020 alone, St. Elizabeth processed 558 internal promotions.

St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center

Dedicated to providing education and professional development to our associates and community partners, the St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center is a valuable resource for your growth. It includes 24,000 square feet dedicated to simulation education, including unit-specific skills days, inter-professional training and in situ drills, as well as a wide variety of training opportunities:

  • Nurse Residency Program and many other programs for RNs.
  • AHA training: BLS, ACLS and PALS certifications.
  • PCA training program
  • Mandatory annual training.
  • Contact hours for licensure renewal.
  • Unit-based education.
  • Multi-disciplinary education.
  • HealthStream training (computer-based) training.
  • Practical skills (such as Microsoft Office training).
  • Leadership Academy, Simulation Skills Lab and management training.
  • Student Nurse Achievement Program (SNAP).
Classroom training and learning opportunities at St. Elizabeth