Getting Hired at Main Line Health

Applying for a job at Main Line Health

Getting hired at Main Line Health begins with an application. Use the button below to search through our featured jobs and submit your application.

Find a Job at Main Line Health

The hiring process: What to expect

When application is complete:

  1. You will receive a confirmation that it has been submitted.
  2. Assigned recruiters will then match qualified candidates for each position, to be reviewed by our hiring managers. Please keep in mind this process could take several days to several weeks, depending on applicant volume.
  3. Continue to check your email and profile to see updates on your application status. If you are a selected qualified candidate for the position, a recruiter will reach out to you for a scheduled phone screen to further discuss your experience and details of the position.
  4. Upon further review from the hiring manager, an in-person or panel interview may be scheduled.

After the interview: What's next?

During the interview process, you will be following up with the recruiter on next steps and a potential second interview, depending on the position. Once interviews are complete, the recruiter will inform you of a decision and next steps in the process. If you are selected and offered the position, your recruiter will discuss next steps in the on-boarding process.

Making the decision: Accepting a job at Main Line Health

Once the interview process is complete, references and background checks will be reviewed. The decision from the hiring manager will be communicated to candidates through the recruiter. Should you be selected for the position, the recruiter will give you a verbal offer. If you accept, the recruiter will then discuss your start date, training/orientation, benefits and on-boarding requirements such as pre-employment health requirements and fingerprint clearances along with your official offer letter.

New Employee Orientation (NEO)

Your first day at Main Line Health will include a systemwide New Employee Orientation. You will join other new hires in an all-day program, which introduces you to your new organization.

Our NEO program consists of an introduction to the system as well as important information to help you understand your role and the benefits of being part of Main Line Health. There is also an opportunity to ask questions and to interact with and meet new colleagues from across the system. Overall, this comprehensive program will help you integrate into Main Line Health quickly. We look forward to seeing you at Day One!

On-boarding for your new job at Main Line Health

Our on-boarding process properly introduces new team members to Main Line Health’s people, programs and culture, and it is significant to our organization. Main Line Health has assembled and consolidated best practices from internal and external sources to create a powerful collection of on-boarding tools for employees and their managers.

The on-boarding tools contain helpful tips, training resources, and on-boarding plans for all levels of the organization. They serve as a guide to help you become familiar with your new working environment and assist you in navigating around Main Line Health during your first 90 days and beyond.

Vaccination requirements

Main Line Health is committed to the health and wellness of its employees. As part of our culture of health and well-being, we require all Main Line Health applicants to comply with our listed immunity/vaccine requirements for common disease listed below. This is for the protection of our employees as well as our patients, visitors and families.

Main Line Health vaccination policy

After you have received a job offer from Main Line Health, you will be asked to visit Main Line Health Occupational Health to receive the below listed vaccinations free of charge. New hires may require blood work or vaccinations depending on the personal medical records that are brought in. Each contagious disease below has specific vaccine requirements. If you have received these vaccinations elsewhere, we require you to bring official documentation of all vaccines and labs where you received them. This will make your experience easier and more efficient.

  • TB testing – If you have a QFT (Quantiferon) lab test result dated within six months of your post-offer exam date, please bring this with you. Otherwise you will have a blood test at your occupational health exam to meet this requirement.
  • Varicella – We accept proof of immunity to varicella (chickenpox) via a positive IgG blood test or documentation of two doses of varicella vaccine. Once the two-dose vaccine series is begun, it must be completed in order to meet the requirement for employment.
  • Measles/mumps/rubella – We accept proof of immunity to MMR as defined by two documented vaccines, one month apart, occurring after the first birthday. Lab titers showing positive IgG antibodies are also acceptable.
  • Hepatitis B – The hepatitis B vaccination program is offered to employees whose jobs place them at risk of exposure to blood, body fluid, or human tissue. Vaccination is strongly encouraged. If you wish to decline the hepatitis B vaccine, please complete a declination form which will be provided to you at your occupational health appointment examination.
  • Pertussis – Although offered to everyone, TDAP is a requirement of on-boarding employees with clinical contact.
  • Influenza – During our annual mandatory flu vaccination campaign, new hires will be expected to comply with Main Line Health flu vaccination requirements. If you have written proof of your annual influenza vaccination, please bring this to your occupational health appointment.

Applicants who have a need to file a religious exemption should discuss the process with a recruiter. Application for medical exemption can be made through occupational health at the time of your occupational assessment.

COVID-19 vaccine – MLH is committed to the safety of our patients, staff and environments of care. Effective September 1, 2021 MLH will require all new hires to be fully COVID-19 vaccinated to work at Main line Health. Medical and religious exemptions will be recognized. New hires who are not vaccinated can receive their vaccination through our Occupational Health services or provide proof of vaccination if the vaccination occurred outside of Main Line Health.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call 484.565.1293.

Connect with us

Follow us on Instagram! Get the full scoop on career opportunities and life at Main Line Health through the lens of our employees by following @MainLineHealthCareers.

Have a question? Get in touch with our talent acquisition team by emailing [email protected].

Technical difficulties? If you are experiencing technical issues when applying, please use our online contact form to submit an inquiry.

Find us on Glassdoor: Find us on Glassdoor.

We regularly host in-person and virtual events where you can learn more about available positions and even interview for roles that interest you.