Working at Ohio State is more than just a job – our allied health staff play a central role in improving people’s lives every day.

As a nationally ranked hospital system and the only academic medical center in central Ohio, Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center provides a unique and exciting environment for allied medical professionals. We value learning, development and innovation and encourage our staff to pursue their professional goals. Our emphasis on research and education, along with our close partnerships with the OSU School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and College of Pharmacy, means that your opportunities for growth and advancement are virtually limitless.

At The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, you’ll find a variety of career opportunities for allied health professionals including:
  • Medical information management
  • Imaging services
  • Laboratory services
  • Pharmacy
  • Rehabilitation therapy
  • Respiratory services
  • Sports medicine therapy
Let our experience become your opportunity – work with the most advanced technologies and be part of the team as we change the face of medicine.

To build a diverse workforce, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. Ohio State is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
  • "I love working in an environment that is both challenging and rewarding. I can utilize my skill set and educational knowledge to improve quality and current processes."
    Sandy Lab Compliance, Laboratory
  • "Working with interesting and challenging patients helps drive my personal desire for constant learning and to provide the highest level of care.  This supports the opportunity to be part of a great team."
    Marla Rehab Team, Rehab Services
  • "I love working at OSUMWC not only for the courageous patients and families I meet every day but also for the many opportunities I am given to grow and advance as a Social Worker in my field."
    Christine, MSW, LSW Clinical Social Worker, The James
  • "Working at The James is more than just a job. It's a place where I get a chance to do important work, and help people when they need it the most. All of this makes it a very fulfilling place to be."
    Kim Histology Tech, Martha Morehouse Lab
  • "Our leadership strives to help you better yourself and the community. Whether it's working with top researchers, faculty, and PhD students to furthering your own goals, you can make a difference."
    Chris Project Manager, Biomedical Informatics Research and Development
  • "Because OSUWMC is ranked so highly, people come from all over for specialized care of rare symptoms and serious problems. I love participating in diagnostics and helping patients heal after crisis."
    Nicole Speech Language Pathologist, Acute Rehab Services

What’s great about allied health careers at Ohio State

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Benefits Start Day One

Ohio State offers a comprehensive benefits package with a variety of options to meet your unique needs.

  • A variety of health insurance options, all with prescription coverage, that provides affordable coverage for individuals and families
  • Paid time off, including 10 holidays, a minimum of 10 days vacation and 15 ill days
  • Learn more about our benefits

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Clinical Trials and Research Studies

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is a national leader in conducting research studies for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries.

  • Our studies have led to some of the world’s most sophisticated medical treatments
  • Researchers at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center are currently involved in nearly 1,000 clinical trials
  • We excel in clinical trials for potential new treatments because of collaborative relationships among clinical and basic science faculty, and our relationships with research centers and institutes on campus and around the world

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Continue Your Education at Ohio State

Tuition Assistance is available for eligible faculty and staff and their dependents.

  • Ohio State is one of the world’s most comprehensive, public research universities, which means that whatever you want to do, you can likely do it here
  • For faculty and staff, Ohio State pays the instructional, general and non-Ohio resident fees for eligible employees who take courses at Ohio State
  • For dependents, Ohio State pays a portion of the instructional and general fees for the employee’s spouse, eligible dependent children, same-sex domestic partner, and eligible unmarried dependent children of their same-sex domestic partner, who take courses at Ohio State

Leading-Edge Technology

Advances in technology allow us to continue to find new and innovative ways to improve people’s lives.

  • We have more certified Assistive Technology Professionals than any other health system in the region, improving patients’ quality of life everyday with state-of-the-art technology
  • Our HIMSS Analytics Stage 7 health system has been recognized for achieving the highest level of electronic medical record adoption
  • Our respiratory program includes technologically advanced respiratory ventilator systems. Our respiratory therapists provide nitric-oxide therapy, flolan, Veletri with Aeroneb delivery and ECMO
  • Our imaging services are digital, paperless and filmless
  • OSU Sports Medicine is a state-of-the-art research facility for developing, validating and advancing the most cutting-edge injury prevention and performance enhancement programs

Current Openings

Case Management

Imaging

Laboratory

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Pharmacy

Rehabilitation Therapy and Sports Medicine

FAQs

General Questions

How often are jobs updated online?

New jobs are posted every Monday.

Where can I learn more about OSU benefits?

As part of The Ohio State University, we're pleased to offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes traditional insurance-based benefits, state retirement options, free Ohio State tuition and access to world-class cultural, sporting and exercise facilities and events. All benefits begin the first day of employment. You can learn more at http://hr.osu.edu/benefits/

I’m interested in a research job at Ohio State’s College of Medicine. Where should I apply?

Applicants interested in any position within Ohio State’s Health System, College of Medicine, Office of Health Sciences, James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, or Comprehensive Cancer Center should apply online at http://wexnermedical.osu.edu.

Applicants interested in University positions can apply at http://jobs.osu.edu.

Questions about applying

Can I apply to all of the positions that interest me at once?

No, you must apply for each position separately.

I understand that a resume is not required to apply, but am I able to attach one?

Yes. If you would like to include a resume, you can upload your resume as an attachment.

NOTE: You may only include one attachment. If you would like to include a cover letter or other items, please save as one file.

 

What information will I need to complete an application?

Be sure to have the following information on hand:
  • Work history
  • References – You will need to provide two references (for example, a supervisor, manager or clinical instructor). Do not submit family members, co-workers or friends as references.
  • Educational background
  • Licenses or certifications (including active license numbers)

Is a resume required to apply online?

No. A resume is not required to apply online.

Can I save my application and come back later to finish?

Yes. In general, you should plan on saving your work every 15 minutes to avoid losing any application data. You can do this by clicking on the “Save as Draft” button. To access your saved application, log in and click “My Career Tools” at the top of the page to display all of your current and previous applications.

I am not able to move to the next section of the application when I click “Next.” What should I do?

If you are unable to move on to the next page of the online application, you are likely missing information. At the top of the application page, you will see notes, in red that tell you what is missing. Complete this required information to move on to the next section.

Questions about submitted applications

If I have more questions about a job that I've applied for, whom should I contact?

Contact our Recruitment team at 614- 293-4995 and choose Option 1 during business hours of 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. For technical inquiries, you may also email us at recruitment@osumc.edu.

How do I know if my application was submitted correctly?

When you have completed your online application, click “Submit Application.” You will receive an automated email confirming that your application has been completed successfully.

How can I find the status of my application?

Log in to our Careers website. Click on “My Career Tools” at the top of your home page. This will bring up a listing of each of the positions you have applied for and their status.

After I've applied, when will I hear back from someone?

A recruiter will contact you only if you are selected as a candidate for the position. There is not a set time frame for hearing back from us. This will vary depending on the number and types of openings we have, as well as the number and qualifications of other applicants. We receive a large volume of applications on a daily basis and are unable to call each candidate who applies for a job.

Search Questions

Can I customize my search?

Yes, you can search by:

  • Keyword: “nurse,” for example.
  • Advanced Search: In Advanced Search, you can customize criteria like location, job type and full- or part-time status.
  • Posted: In the Posted drop-down box, you can view positions that were posted this week, this month and earlier. 
NOTE: You must click the Search button to return any customized results.

This is my first time applying for a Medical Center job. How do I register for a username and password?

You will need a username and password to apply for any Medical Center job. To register:
  • Click the New User link in the upper right hand corner.
  • Complete the registration page. You can select any username and password that is easy for you to remember.
    • NOTE: The system requires you provide a unique email address. If you do not have an email address and need to create one, there are a number of free email providers (e.g. gmail.com, yahoo.com, etc.)
  • Click Register.
These steps will take you to your Careers home page where you can search and apply for jobs.

I forgot my username/password. What should I do?

For User Name: Click Forgot User Name. Enter your email address and click Email User Name.

For Password: Click, Forgot Password. Enter your user name and click Reset Password.

For any other password help or technical inquiries, call Medical Center Human Resources at (614) 293-4995.

Do I need to log in to search for jobs?

No. You can search for and view open positions without logging into the application system, but to apply you will need to create an account and log in.

I am already a Medical Center employee; do I need to create a username and password to apply?

No. Medical Center employees (which includes Health System and College of Medicine) must use their Medical Center login and password to apply online through Employee Self-Service.

Note: logging in allows you to view job openings that are available to internal applicants.  

Can I save searches that I have customized?

Yes. Click on Save Search to save your customized search criteria. You will be prompted to log in. Once logged in, you can name your search for future reference (e.g., Nursing Jobs). You also have the option to enter an e-mail address to be notified when new positions that match your search are available. Simply check the Notify me when new jobs meet my criteria box and enter your e-mail address in the Send email notification to box.

To access your saved searches later, log in and click My Saved Searches at the top of the page.

I currently work for the University; do I need to create a username and password to apply?

No, University employees must use their lastname.# login and password to apply online through Employee Self-Service.

Contact Us

Human Resources
614-293-4995
recruitment@osumc.edu

Benefits
614-292-1050

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