Bartlett Human Resources

The Human Resources Office strives to assist Bartlett Regional Hospital in meeting the vision statement of being the best community hospital in Alaska.

Human Resources is located in the Medical Arts Building on the hospital campus (right next door to the Robert Valliant Administration Center).

3260 Hospital Drive Juneau, AK 99801

Telephone number: 907-796-8418
Toll free: 888-668-9962
Fax: 907-796-8673

Bartlett Regional Hospital Human Resources expressly prohibits third-party application submissions. Employer, Recruiter and/or Recruiting Agency Terms and Conditions.

CAREERS AT BARTLETT REGIONAL HOSPITAL:

Job Search and Application Process

Bartlett invites you to review the online job postings and to apply for all positions for which you are interested in and feel you are qualified. Applications may only be accepted for posted positions.

*NOW AVAILABLE* Recruitment for Chief Financial Officer (CFO), click here to apply!  Click here to view the CFO Recruitment Brochure.

I want to work at Bartlett Regional Hospital


I currently work at Bartlett Regional Hospital


Employee Referral Program


Once received, your application is reviewed for minimum qualifications and forwarded to the hiring manager. The hiring manager will review your application and will contact you if interested in an interview. All non-selected candidates will receive notification either by phone, mail, or other electronic means.

Bartlett Regional Hospital Human Resources expressly prohibits third-party application submissions. Employer, Recruiter and/or Recruiting Agency Terms and Conditions.

Bartlett Regional Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other legally protected status.

Please notify Human Resources in advance if you require accommodations to participate in the interview and/or employment process.

Interns, Job Shadows, Volunteers, and Students in Clinical Practicum

For opportunities at Bartlett as an Intern, Job Shadow, Volunteer, or Student completing Clinical Practicum you will need to complete the required application for consideration. Return the application to Human Resources to be scheduled for Interim Orientation.

Interns, Job Shadows, Volunteers, and Students in Clinical Practicum Application

Intern: An intern is a student in a designated field being introduced to the healthcare culture and environment as hired staff or job shadow. The intern is not currently licensed in their field of study (A Nurse Intern may have a CNA license)

Student or Clinical Practicum:  A current student or recent graduate of an accredited healthcare program  participating in a Clinical or Practicum as part of their education degree requirements;  is an individual who is not currently licensed or certified in their area of study and has minimal or no experience in their field.

Job Shadow : A job shadow is a temporary placement designed to provide the opportunity to observe health care workers’ on-the-job tasks.  This experience is limited to observation only.

Volunteer: A volunteer is someone who performs or offers to perform a service without pay.

For more information please refer to our attached policy or please contact Human Resources.

Policy# 9400.211 Interns, Shadows, Volunteers, and Students

Allied Health Professional (AHP) Medical Staff Privileges

Allied Health Professionals (AHP) are a licensed, certified or otherwise qualified healthcare professional who has been determined to be competent to provide services to patients, working collaboratively with and/or under the supervision of members of the medical staff and within the scope of the professional license, certification or other legal credential, in compliance with the circumstances and conditions approved by the Medical Board and Credentials Committee. AHPs may be (but are not required to be) employees of BRH. AHPs function under clinical privileges.

The Allied Health Professionals (AHP) consists of any allied health personnel that is seeking to practice and be granted the right to practice in the hospital through Human Resources. AHPs include the following:
Speech Pathologist (CCC and/or SLP)
Certified Prosthetics Orthotics (CPO)
Dental Surgical Assistant
Licensed Social Worker (LCSW)
Emergency Services Worker (MA, MS, MSW, LPC, PhD)
Patient Care Technician (PCT)
Registered Nurse (RN)
Registered Polysommographic Technologist (RPSGT and/or RCP)
Dialysis Technician
Mental Health Conselor

AHPs need to complete the required application for consideration:
Allied Health Professional (AHP) Application
And include the following documents with their application:
Resume
License, if applicable
Transcripts or Diploma
State of Alaska Criminal Background Check Clearance
PPD Tuberculosis Screening
Position Description, signed


Return the complete application packet to Human Resources to be scheduled for Interim Orientation.

For more information please refer to our attached BRH Medical Staff Bylaws.
BRH Medical Staff Bylaws

Those practitioners who hold outpatient privileges such as chiropractic physicians, Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners, Naturopathic Physicians, and Physician Assistants should continue to be subject to review by the Credentialing Committee to best determine whether the individual requesting privileges falls within the scope of license. For practitioners who hold outpatient privileges, please contact our Medical Staff Coordinator for assistance at (907-796-8672).

Compensation and Benefits

Bartlett strives to remain competitive to assist in meeting our vision statement of being the best community hospital in Alaska. Bartlett recognizes that our employees are our strongest resource. We recently had an outside entity conduct a comprehensive wage and benefit review. We are pleased that our wages are competitive and we have brought up to market the few positions that were below market.

Our benefit package is strongly competitive and our generous paid leave program is one of the best in the Pacific Northwest. Bartlett participates in the City & Borough of Juneau self-insured medical program which provides for a three tier choice for employees and their families. In addition, Bartlett participates in the State of Alaska Public Employees Retirement Program (PERS) as we are considered a government entity with the City and Borough of Juneau. Please view the link below to see the details of these and other benefits.

View 2013 Benefits Summary

The following link contains information on the New Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage offered as part of healthcare reform.
If you are currently benefited under BRH's health insurance, you do not need to do anything.
If you do not have coverage, read through the information and if you have any questions, please contact Human Resources.
View Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage Options

Bartlett Paid Holidays

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • President’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Alaska Day
  • Veteran’s Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day
 
Relocation Resources

Certain positions are eligible for the Relocation Assistance Program. This program provides out of state residents a ten thousand dollar relocation assistance package with a two year commitment. Please see the Benefits section to learn more about our other benefits. For additional relocation information, please refer to the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

State of Alaska Official Alaska State Website

Moving to Alaska: Everything you need to Know http://www.alaska.net/

New Employee Orientation

Bartlett is pleased to provide a comprehensive New Employee Orientation program to all employees. The program is designed to meet not only the requirements of The Joint Commission regulatory agency, but also strives to truly assist our new staff in the on-boarding process.

New Employee Orientation is held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. To accommodate varying schedules, an Interim Orientation is scheduled as needed. Employees must start work on the second or fourth Monday of the month.

  • Day One (all employees) includes the CEO Statement on Mission and Vision, hands-on computer/electronic training for timesheets and Meditech, Compliance, Confidentiality, Infection Control, Quality and Process Improvment, Fire and Life Safety and Hospital Wide Tour, and HR Policies from 8:00am - 4:30pm.

  • Day Two (all employees) includes Cultural Diversity and Customer Service. Direct patient contact employees will have Patient Care Orientation provided by Staff Development from 8:00am - 4:30pm.

  • Day Three (registered nurses only) – Patient Care Orientation provided by Staff Development 8:00am - 4:30pm.
Human Resources Staff

We are here to help you – please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.


Mila Cosgrove - HR Director
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Cheryl Aceves - HR Generalist
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Ella Kugelmann - HR Generalist
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Emma House - HR Generalist
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Grace Gonzales- HR Administrative Assistant
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